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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 7/7/2020

584 Park Ave, Revere, MA 02151



Approx. GLA
Buyers got cold feet. Meticulous and Lovely LEGAL 2 family home with ample parking, covered deck and above ground pool with green space to spare for some additional quality family time. Enter into foyer greeted by hardwood floors thru-out main level. This cape has open concept to the left with oversized dining room leading into eat in modern kitchen. Granite counters, more than enough cabinets, double wall oven and 5 burner gas cook-top. OH MY! Family room just a step down from kitchen. Sliding doors to covered back deck that has above ground pool screaming for swimmers. Want to garden, space for that too! Den, 1st bedroom and 1st full bath round out main level. Flr 2 of main house includes another full bath and 2 more bedrooms. Above garage has finished bedroom perfect for an au pair suite. The apartment is 1 bed, living room and eat in kitchen. Tenant to remain due to Covid-19 Moratorium. Appointment required to view
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July 12 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Open house! first come first serve only 1 group in house at a time. Wear masks please Come to the last open house of the day. and last house you will need to see! Cant wait to see you there.
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/22/2020

For a home seller, hosting an open house can be a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, an open house provides an opportunity to showcase your residence to large groups of prospective homebuyers. Conversely, hosting an open house also requires lots of preparation, and getting ready for an open house may prove to be overwhelming, time-consuming and costly.

Lucky for you, we're here to help host an unforgettable open house.

Now, let's take a look at three factors that a home seller needs to consider before an open house.

1. The Current Condition of Your Home

Although you might believe that your home is currently open house-ready, it may need some work. Fortunately, there are many ways to learn about the strengths and weaknesses of your residence and plan your open house accordingly.

For example, a home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable. This appraisal enables a home inspector to review your residence both inside and out. Then, he or she can offer home improvement recommendations so that you can upgrade your residence as needed.

Take a home appraisal report seriously. By doing so, a home seller can transform an ordinary residence into one that matches or exceeds homebuyers' expectations during an open house.

2. The Home's Interior or Exterior

Homebuyers are drawn to residences that feature dazzling gardens, clutter-free interiors and other stunning features. Thus, a home seller who dedicates the necessary time and resources to bolster a house's interior and exterior can increase the likelihood of hosting a successful open house.

To improve a home's interior, a home seller can scrub the floors, clean the walls and ceilings and perform assorted home interior maintenance and improvements. In addition, a home seller should depersonalize and declutter a home's interior as much as possible.

Comparatively, to enhance a house's exterior, a home seller should mow the front lawn, clear debris and dust from exterior walkways and ensure the house looks great to passers-by. With simple home exterior improvements, a home seller can boost a house's curb appeal and help a home stand out from other available residences.

3. Your Real Estate Agent

Let's face it prepping for an open house can be stressful. However, a real estate agent can help a home seller get ready for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

A real estate agent will help a home seller prepare his or her residence for an open house. Next, he or she will promote the open house to potential homebuyers and collect feedback from them throughout the event.

After an open house reaches its conclusion, a real estate agent will offer honest, unbiased insights into the event. He or she also will keep you up to date about any potential home offers and ensure you can make informed home selling decisions.

Take the guesswork out of preparing for an open house. Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can get your residence ready for an open house in no time at all.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/14/2020

21 Hancock St, Revere, MA 02151



Approx. GLA
Welcome to 21 Hancock. Beautiful refinished hardwood floors and Legal status confirmed as 2 family. Great size bedrooms in this move in ready, ready to make income solidly built home. A little update for the main kitchen and your equity will be built right in, there is a separate dining room, upper and lower family rooms (or man cave). A blank slate in the back yard just waiting for your imagination; sod it or patio it, enough room for great cookouts and ample storage with 2 sheds. As a gift to you, owner is leaving all appliances, including stainless refrigerator in upper kitchen, black refrigerator for apartment, and a stack-able washer and dryer. 1 Bedroom apartment with a washer and dryer hookup (stackable) offers an updated kitchen/dining combo, a great size bedroom and is a direct walk out to the driveway and back yard. This house has enough space and then some! New school down Park Ave & easy accessibility to all Broadway has to offer. Check it out on your list of opens!
Open House
March 19 at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
first showing! Get those buyers ready. OH The Anticipation......Can't wait to see you there!!
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/8/2020

An open house may be considered a success if it leads to an offer to purchase or a home sale. For a seller to achieve the best-possible results from an open house, it is important for this individual to plan ahead. That way, a seller can ensure that his or her residence makes a great impression on buyers.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get your residence ready for an open house.

1. Clean Your House

A dirty, dusty house is unlikely to do you any favors. Fortunately, if you clean your residence from top to bottom, you could make it easy for buyers to see your house's full potential.

Sweep the floors, wipe down countertops and perform other home cleaning tasks. Taking a room-by-room approach to house cleaning also may be beneficial, as this will allow you to ensure that each room is neat and tidy.

2. Remove Clutter

For those who want to show off the full size of a residence, removing clutter is a must. Because if your home is messy and cluttered, buyers may be turned off by your residence as soon as they walk through the front door.

If you want to cut down on clutter, there are lots of options at your disposal. Oftentimes, it helps to host a yard sale or sell excess items online. You may want to consider donating any excess items to a local charity or giving them to family members or friends, too.

3. Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal

Your home only gets one chance to make a positive first impression on buyers. If you boost your house's curb appeal, you can make the most of this opportunity.

To improve your home's curb appeal, mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks. Furthermore, if there is any cracked or damaged home siding, fix it as soon as possible.

Preparing for an open house may seem stressful, particularly for sellers who want to achieve the optimal results. But if you consult with a real estate agent, you can receive expert guidance in the weeks and days leading up to an open house.

A real estate agent is unafraid to be honest, and he or she will offer unbiased recommendations and suggestions so you can quickly improve your residence. In addition, a real estate agent can respond to any of your open house concerns and questions. He or she will even share buyers' feedback after an open house to help you find ways to speed up the home selling journey.

If you allocate time and resources to prep for an open house, you can improve your chances of enjoying a seamless house selling experience. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can get ready for any open house, at any time. And as a result, you can use an open house to stir up interest in your residence.

Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/5/2020

50 Bellingham Ave, Revere, MA 02151



High ceilings and plenty of space in this 1st floor Apartment with HEAT INCLUDED!! Enter into mudroom with large coat closet. Living room with new hardwood floors, wall air conditioning cooling off most of apartment. Dining Room and Eat in Kitchen with Tile floors and fresh paint. New Counter tops and newer stove. Large picture window with seasonal view of the ocean. Two good size bedrooms also with new hardwood floors. Only 0.2 miles walking route to Beachmont Train Station, 7 stops to State St. Full application to include credit report, proof of income, and references to be verified.
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March 06 at 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM
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