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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 4/25/2019

Submitting a "fair" offer on your dream home may seem difficult, particularly for a first-time homebuyer. Lucky for you, we're here to help you determine what it takes to submit a fair offer on a home that increases the likelihood that a home seller will accept your proposal without delay.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to ensure that a first-time homebuyer can submit a fair offer on a house.

1. Study the Housing Market Closely

Are you preparing to submit an offer in a buyer's market or a seller's market? Ultimately, the current state of the housing market may help you define a fair proposal based on the sector's conditions.

For example, a buyer's market frequently includes an abundance of top-notch residences and a shortage of homebuyers. In this market, you may be able to submit an offer at or below a home seller's initial asking price and receive an instant "Yes."

On the other hand, a seller's market usually features a shortage of high-quality houses and an abundances of homebuyer. As such, you may need to submit an offer at or above a home seller's initial asking price if you want to secure your dream residence.

For first-time homebuyers who analyze the housing market closely, they should be able to differentiate between a buyer's market and a seller's market. That way, a first-time homebuyer can determine fair market value for a residence and submit an offer that corresponds to it.

2. Evaluate Your Homebuying Budget

There is no need to overspend for a house, regardless of the current housing market's conditions. But with a homebuying budget in hand, a first-time homebuyer can resist the urge to pay too much to acquire an outstanding residence.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage often provides a great option for those who are uncertain about how much they can spend on a home. This budget will enable a homebuyer to narrow his or her home search based on the finances at his or her disposal.

Meet with a variety of banks and credit unions to learn about all of your mortgage options. Then, you can select a mortgage that matches your budget and move one step closer to acquiring a terrific residence.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a must-have for a first-time homebuyer, and for good reason. This housing market professional can teach you about the intricacies of buying a house and help you submit a fair offer on a residence any time you choose.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will guide you along each stage of the homebuying journey and help you overcome any potential pitfalls along the way. And if you ever have homebuying concerns or questions, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them at your convenience.

Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and by doing so, a first-time homebuyer should have no trouble submitting a fair offer on a residence.




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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 4/24/2019

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $420,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by - Waypoint Realty Group LLC.


42 Pinkham Rd, Sandwich, MA 02563

Single-Family

$449,900
Price
$420,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
Nothing but the Sounds of Nature fill this Beautiful Waterfront 1.23 Acre Lot. Privacy abounds here as you enjoy the Serenity of your own Frontage of Spectacle Pond. The 2793 SF home has 3 Bedrooms & 3 Full Baths. The Eat in Kitchen has an Island & French Doors into the Sunroom. The Dining Room off the Kitchen features Corner Framed Windows adding Lots of Natural Light. 1st Floor Master BR has a Private Master Bath, Fireplace, Sliders to Deck & Greenhouse & Wonderful Views. Walls of Windows in the Sunroom offer Picturesque Waterviews & a Slider to the Deck. A Living Room with Fireplace, BR & Full Bath complete the 1st Floor. The 2nd Floor BR has a Waterview & access to a Deck & Full Private Bath. Swim, Kayak or Fish right in your own Back Yard. Make your Dream Come True!

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 4/22/2019

This Single-Family in Sandwich, MA recently sold for $420,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by - Waypoint Realty Group LLC.


42 Pinkham Road , Sandwich, MA 02563

Sandwich (village)

Single-Family

$449,900
Price
$420,000
Sale Price

3
Beds
7
Total Rooms
3
Baths
Nothing but the Sounds of Nature fill this Beautiful Waterfront 1.23 Acre Lot. Privacy abounds here as you Enjoy the Serenity of your own Frontage of Spectacle Pond. The 2793 SF Home has 3 Bedrooms & 3 Full Baths. The Eat in Kitchen has an Island & French Doors into the Sunroom. The Dining Room off the Kitchen features Corner Framed Windows adding Lots of Natural Light. 1st floor Master BR has Private Master BA, Fireplace, Sliders to Deck & Greenhouse & Wonderful Views. Walls of Windows in the Sunroom offer Waterviews & a Slider to the Deck. A Living Room with FP, BR & Full Bath complete the 1st Floor. The 2nd Floor BR has a Waterview & access to a Deck & Full Private Bath. Swim, Kayak or Fish right in your own Back Yard. Make your Dream Come True! Title V in Hand for 4BR.

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 4/22/2019

This Single-Family in Falmouth, MA recently sold for $329,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Waypoint Realty Group LLC.


113 Antlers Shore Drive , Falmouth, MA 02536

East Falmouth

Single-Family

$329,000
Price
$329,000
Sale Price

4
Beds
6
Total Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Move right into this 4 bedroom cape and launch your boat or kayak from the neighborhood boat ramp in Blue Water Shores! This bright and charming home boasts hardwood flooring throughout, updated kitchen with custom cabinets, new countertops, and appliances. Newer roof, windows, doors, furnace, electric, and lighting. New 4 BR Title V septic system installed in January 2019 with landscaping to be completed in April. Irrigation system for yard. Waterviews from kitchen and back deck. Deep water access to beautiful Washburn Island, Waquoit Bay, and Vineyard Sound. Close proximity to downtown Falmouth and Mashpee Commons. Enjoy gorgeous beaches, great shopping, and restaurants, all within just a few miles. Construction plans available for additional bedroom, kitchen, and garage.

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Posted by Waypoint Realty Group LLC on 4/18/2019

Family bonding moments are precious and something you should take for granted. They are essential to developing lasting memories with your children before they move into those stubborn teenage years. Getting kids to take part in activities can sometimes overwhelm, but it's much easier when it suits their interests. Here are a few fun projects to do with kids and enjoy the best family moments.

  1. Decorate a cake Baking is one of the fun things to do with kids and other members of the family. Don't worry about your baking expertise, buy a book with the right instructions and get started. The fun increases when it's time to decorate the cake. Allow the kids to get creative no matter how disorganized the decoration looks. The aim of this activity is not to make a picture-perfect cake but to bond and share laughter.
  2. Crafts Crafts are a popular choice among parents because kids seem to get so interested in creating something. The materials you would need are always simple and depend on the crafts you want to create. Look for ideas at your local craft store or even take a course together. You can stimulate young DIY-ers by participating in a weekend class at your local hardware store.
  3. Board games Playing board games is something everyone in the family can enjoy. A game of Scrabble or Monopoly not only provides bonding moments and memories, but it also teaches children teamwork, problem-solving, and decision making. The children's attention span for board games may be short, so keep them interested with the promise of a reward.
  4. Look at the stars at night Simple, yet enchanting and beautiful, stargazing is a great bonding time. Set out a few minutes after dinner to sit in the yard or lay on the grass and see the stars. It is an excellent time to tell stories, share experiences, and take in some fresh air. Make it a part of the family schedule periodically.
  5. Movie night Watching movies together never gets old so long as you watch something that everybody loves. You can try classic films or recent ones that the entire family will excitedly anticipate. Take turns giving each family member the opportunity to choose the video of the week.
  6. Plan a treasure hunt A treasure hunt shouldn't be a clichť or a predictable game. With older kids, you can step up your game to suit them. Make treasure hunts an exciting family affair with a worthwhile treasure. Create a challenge and donít make it too easy.

Waste no more time in creating bonding moments with your family. To make great memories in your neighborhood, invite your neighbors to join you, especially if you're new to the community.




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