Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 6/4/2018

After you accept a homebuyer's offer on your residence, he or she likely will complete a home inspection. Then, the homebuyer may choose to move forward with the home purchase, rescind or modify his or her offer or ask the home seller to complete home improvements.

Ultimately, a home seller is likely to have many questions following a home inspection, including:

1. What did the homebuyer discover during the home inspection?

As a home seller, it is important to do everything possible to enhance your residence before you add it to the real estate market. By doing so, you can boost your chances of generating substantial interest in your house. Plus, when a homebuyer performs a home inspection, he or she is unlikely to find any problems that may slow down the home selling process.

An informed home seller may conduct a home appraisal prior to listing his or her house on the real estate market. This appraisal enables a home seller to identify potential trouble areas within a residence and explore ways to address such problems.

If you failed to perform a home appraisal, there is no need to worry. For home sellers, it is important to see a home inspection as a learning opportunity. And if a homebuyer identifies problems with your residence during a home inspection, you should try to work with him or her to resolve these issues.

2. Should I stand my ground after a home inspection?

Be realistic after a home inspection, and you'll be able to make the best decision about how to proceed.

For example, a home seller who goes above and beyond the call of duty may address major home problems prior to listing his or her house on the real estate market. This home seller will dedicate the necessary time and resources to correct home problems and ensure a homebuyer is able to purchase a top-notch residence.

But what happens if a homebuyer identifies problems during a home inspection, despite the fact that a home seller already tried to correct various home issues?

A home seller should consider the homebuyer's inspection report findings closely. If minor home repairs are needed, he or she may be able to fix these problems to move forward with a home sale. Or, if a homebuyer is making exorbitant demands, a home seller may feel comfortable allowing the homebuyer to walk away from a home sale.

3. How should I proceed after a home inspection?

A home inspection can be stressful for both a home seller and a homebuyer. After the home inspection is completed, both parties will be better equipped than ever before to make informed decisions.

If a homebuyer encounters many problems with a residence, he or she will let the home seller know about these issues. Then, a home seller can complete assorted home repairs, offer a discounted price on a home or refuse to perform the requested home maintenance.

Working with a real estate agent is ideal for a home seller, particularly when it comes to home inspections. A real estate agent will negotiate with a homebuyer on your behalf and ensure you streamline the home selling process.





Posted by Chad Goldstein on 6/3/2018

This charming bungalow, 5-10 minutes drive from Quincy Center has a lot to offer! The enclosed double lot and ample shrubbery provide quiet privacy in a city setting. Spacious living room flows into both the kitchen and dining room, with beautiful hardwood floors throughout most of the space. The spacious kitchen has a great layout, offering the potential to turn the space into something truly special, making your vision become reality. The dining room opens onto an enclosed sunroom, where one can enjoy the sunshine year-round and grill out most of the year on your large private deck! The single bathroom has been remodeled, and additional space in the basement could be used as an office or additional storage. The real gem of this house is the huge master bedroom, which features two closets and lots of natural light. If an additional bedroom suits your needs, the master bedroom could be split into two good-sized rooms!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 6/3/2018

Spacious 4 bed colonial features a double lot with enclosed inground pool, firepit and oversized single-car garage. The garage has its own heat and electrical sub-panel as well. A gravel area off the back door could be used as a patio, shed, or sitting area. Inside, the large living room leads to your kitchen, dining room, and recently updated first floor half-bath. Off the dining and sharing the same hardwood floors is a bright sunroom with cathedral ceilings and huge skylights, letting in tons of natural light and overlooking the backyard. Upstairs four bedrooms with closets and ceiling fans encompass a full bathroom with vaulted ceilings and skylights. Located 1.5 miles from the Attleboro commuter rail and a 10 minute drive from Exit 5 on 95, this house lets you come and go with ease! Come check out your new home today!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/31/2018


23 Broady Ave, Quincy, MA 02169

Single-Family

$329,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This charming bungalow 5-10 minutes' drive from Quincy Center has a lot to offer! The enclosed double lot and ample shrubbery provide quiet privacy in a city setting. Spacious living room flows into both the kitchen and dining room, with beautiful hardwood floors throughout most of the space. The spacious kitchen has a great layout, offering the potential to turn the space into something truly special, making your vision become reality. The dining room opens onto an enclosed sunroom, enjoy the sunshine year-round and grill out most of the year on your large private deck! The single bathroom has been remodeled. Additional space in the basement could be used as an office or additional storage. The real gem of this house is the huge master bedroom which features two closets and lots of natural light. If an additional bedroom suits your needs, the master bedroom could be split into two good-sized rooms!
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June 02 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/31/2018


33 Pleasant Ave, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$329,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious 4 bed colonial features a double lot with enclosed inground pool, firepit and oversized single-car garage. The garage has its own heat and electrical sub-panel as well. A gravel area off the back door could be used as a patio, shed, or sitting area. Inside, the large living room leads to your kitchen, dining room, and recently updated first floor half-bath. Off the dining and sharing the same hardwood floors is a bright sunroom with cathedral ceilings and huge skylights, letting in tons of natural light and overlooking the backyard. Upstairs four bedrooms with closets and ceiling fans encompass a full bathroom with vaulted ceilings and skylights. Located 1.5 miles from the Attleboro commuter rail and a 10 minute drive from Exit 5 on 95, this house lets you come and go with ease! Come check out your new home today!
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June 02 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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