Christine Natale | Real Estate, Lowell Real Estate, Melrose Real Estate, Essex County


This Single-Family in Burlington, MA recently sold for $570,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Christine Metros Natale - Christine Metros Natale, Broker.


1 Wheatland St, Burlington, MA 01803

Single-Family

$585,000
Price
$570,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Wonderful open floor plan in this spacious home. This home used to be 3 bedrooms on the first floor but was converted to larger two bedrooms. It could be changed back to 3 bedrooms. Still plenty of space with a huge family open to a ceramic tiled eat-in kitchen with new stainless steel appliances. Hardwood floors throughout. Full basement with an additional bedroom and another family/playroom with bath and fireplace. New hot water heater, 3 zone gas heat, central air, and plenty of off-street parking. Private lot in a great Foxhill neighborhood. Please adhere to all COVID restrictions. Bring your own masks.

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This Land in Lowell, MA recently sold for $255,000. This style home was sold by Christine Metros Natale - Christine Metros Natale, Broker.


Lot C Draper St, Lowell, MA 01852

Land

$280,000
Price
$255,000
Sale Price

0.26
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Attention builders and buyers looking to build a new home! Rare Belvidere residential lot on a quiet street with many historic and beautiful homes in the neighborhood. Zoned single family. ANR plan is attached. Buyers due your own due diligence pertaining to the lot. Contingent upon a license to sell in Probate Court.




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All home sellers understand that there are some costs to selling a home, but not everyone realizes what they're expected to pay for (and how much the total will be). We'll look at the most common expenses and how they might affect your budget. 

Real Estate Agent Fees 

This is probably the first thing that comes to mind if you're selling a home. The standard rule is anywhere between 5 to 6% of the final sale price. Not all sellers will shoulder this cost, but the majority will. So if your home sells for $300,000, you should expect to hand over at least $15,000 to be split between the buyer and seller real estate agents. Please note that commissions can be negotiable, especially if you're selling in a popular neighborhood. 

Prep Work 

While none of these costs are strictly necessary, they can help you get your home ready:

  • Repairs: If you're not planning to sell the house as-is, it's a good idea to spruce up the interior and exterior of the property. Even if you're only buying a few cans of paint and a roller, the costs can add up quickly. 
  • Home inspection: Buyers will typically do their own home inspection, but sellers who go above and beyond can give themselves an edge in a competitive market. If you're going out of your way to buy a home inspection, it can show you have nothing to hide. These inspections cost a few hundred dollars and may reveal structural problems that you were unaware of. 
  • Staging: Arranging your furniture to show off the best of the home can really inspire buyers to view its potential. Whether you dress up your home with cozy touches (e.g., cashmere throws, small bouquets, etc.) or more modern decorations, it can help attract the perfect buyer. 

Additional Fees 

If you're moving out before you sell the house, you'll need to continue paying the utilities. You'll also need to check with your lender as to exactly how much you owe when you pay off the loan. Some lenders will charge prepayment fees upon early termination. You may also be asked to either pay or split the closing costs, especially if you're selling in a buyer's market. This can include anything from the title inspector fees to transfer costs. Finally, you may need to pay capital gains tax if your home skyrocketed in value or any lingering property taxes.

Some sellers end up paying closer to 10% of the total sale price of their home, a figure that can be difficult to swallow for many sellers. It's worth clarifying each cost so you always know what you're paying for.



410 Pleasant St, Belmont, MA 02478

Single-Family

$927,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/2
Full/Half Baths
Wonderful Tudor style home with so much to offer! 3 plus bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living room with fireplace connected to a large sunroom. Hardwood floors throughout, eat-in kitchen with 3 season porch overlooking private yard. 1 car garage under, walk-up attic with room for expansion. The floor plan has a nice flow. Lots of potentials for the new owner to add their upgrades and remodeling ideas. Convenient location minutes to Belmont center, shops, restaurants, Harvard, bike path, Alewife Train, major highways, bus stops. Estate sale, may be subject to license to sell in Probate court. Please do not enter or walk the property without contacting the agent! Please allow at least 48 hours for all offers.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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907 Franklin St, Melrose, MA 02176

Multi-Family

$775,000
Price

2
Units
2,684
Approx. GLA
Owner-occupied two family with large private tiered yard and garage/carriage house with loft. New garage doors and newer roof on garage. Updated separate heating systems. Hardwood floors ,Stain glass windows, built-ins, old charm character throughout. 2nd floor has two levels with open concept first floor and two additional rooms on the third floor perfect for home offices. Plenty of parking , nice large private yard. Full basement. Great commuter location within walking distance to the commuter rail, walk to fabulous restaurants, cafés, grocery shops, schools, parks and hiking trails. Close to everything! Owner occupied, no rent history for second floor. Tenant on 1st floor is vacating October 1. Property to be delivered vacant. Both units are separate utilies, heated by oil, gas cooking.
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