Nelson Matos - RE/MAX Welcome Home



Posted by Nelson Matos on 2/13/2018

This Multi-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $317,500. This style home was sold by Nelson Matos - RE/MAX Welcome Home.


79 Clifford St, Taunton, MA 02780

Multi-Family

$319,900
Price
$317,500
Sale Price

2
Units
1,716
Approx. GLA
Welcome Home! This meticulously maintained 2 family has everything you are looking for. Outside you will find plenty of parking, a newer roof and windows, vinyl siding, and a gorgeous wrap around porch with composite decking that overlooks the large flat backyard! The first-floor unit has an open kitchen/dining area with granite countertops, upgraded cabinets and plenty of recessed lighting. The unit also has 2 good sized bedrooms and 1 bath as well as laundry! Making your way upstairs you will find an open concept kitchen/dining/living area that features granite countertops as well and its own private balcony overlooking the backyard! Come join us at the Open House on Sunday 12/17 from 11:30-1:00!!

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Posted by Nelson Matos on 2/12/2018


9 Cape Rd, Taunton, MA 02780

Commercial

$749,900
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
16,988.00
Lot Size
A rare find these days... This could be your goldmine opportunity to establish or grow your business on Busy Rt 44 location with huge traffic count near all the major highways. Many potential types of businesses from Retail, franchise Coffee Shop, Food, Office, professional services and much more. SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE. Check it out and make an offer...
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Taunton   Real Estate   02780   Commercial  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Nelson Matos on 2/11/2018

Want to use photos to showcase your home? Taking the right photos and cropping them effectively could help you accentuate your home's positives, and ultimately, increase your chances of generating significant interest in your residence. You don't need to be an expert photographer to photograph your residence effectively, either. In fact, here are three tips to help home sellers take great pictures of their residences quickly and effortlessly: 1. Take as many pictures as possible to get the perfect shot. Even novice photographers can avoid blurry pictures if they take a large variety of home photographs. Remember, there is strength in numbers, particularly when it comes to photographing your residence. And home sellers who take tens or even hundreds of photographs should be able to find pictures that highlight the quality and appearance of their residences. Don't forget that the pictures you take likely will be the first thing a homebuyer sees when he or she views your home's listing on the real estate market. As such, pay close attention to your photos and avoid using any that could provide a poor first impression. 2. Use lighting to your advantage. Dark, dreary photographs may leave a homebuyer confused, leading him or her to consider alternatives. Comparatively, home sellers who use plenty of lighting will make it easy for homebuyers to see exactly what their residences are all about. Lighting can help accentuate the beauty of your home's kitchen, bathroom or any other space. As a result, you should be unafraid to use lighting to highlight the value of your residence at all times. 3. Get feedback from a real estate agent. Photographs can serve as a valuable asset in your quest to find interested homebuyers. And with added support from a real estate agent, you'll be able to maximize the value of your photographs. A real estate professional can offer guidance and insights throughout the home selling process and ensure your photographs help you highlight your home to the right homebuyers consistently. Furthermore, this professional might be able to help you crop and edit photos as needed. Finding the right real estate agent is essential, as this professional will help you simplify the home selling process. For those who are fortunate enough to work with a qualified real estate expert, you'll be better equipped to promote your residence using high-quality images. How you photograph your home may seem like a minor consideration at first, but home sellers who dedicate plenty of time and resources to take outstanding pictures may benefit from an accelerated home selling process. Ideally, you'll want to do whatever you can to generate as much interest in your home as possible. And with the aforementioned photography tips, you'll be better equipped to grab images that showcase the true value of your home and will help your residence garner interest from large groups of homebuyers. Take advantage of first-rate pictures that illustrate various rooms in your home, and you'll be able to improve your chances of making your house attractive to homebuyers and selling your residence quickly.





Posted by Nelson Matos on 2/5/2018

This Multi-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $438,000. This style home was sold by Nelson Matos - RE/MAX Welcome Home.


19 Elm St., Taunton, MA 02780

Multi-Family

$399,900
Price
$438,000
Sale Price

3
Units
5,462
Approx. GLA
Welcome Home. There aren't many words to describe the beauty and the old Charm of probably one of the largest and nicest 3 family homes that you can find in Taunton. This Massive 5,000 + SFQT of living area multi family does not have much to compare. This Historical home offers 12' ceilings, 6 fireplaces in the owners 2 levels of living space with 3 spacious bedrooms with either large office or 4th bedroom. Gorgeous hardwood floors, Updated granite kitchen, formal dinning room and living room, new circular drive way, gas heat and much more. Rental income below market rents for existing 2 bedroom apartment and studio. Truly an exceptional estate within minutes of all the major routes for commuting. Check it out and make an offer... Seller is on a multiple offer situation and requests best and final by Wednesday 12/13/2017 at 10AM

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Posted by Nelson Matos on 2/4/2018


Whether you're 25 or 65, one thing's for sure: Home ownership, raising a family, and having enough money to retire comfortably takes a lot of money! Surprisingly, a high percentage of people of all ages have not accumulated a sufficient nest egg for their future needs.

What many homeowners (and aspiring homeowners) don't stop to realize is that there are many opportunities to save money, reduce expenses, and keep more of your hard-earned cash where it belongs: in your pocket, bank account, or retirement plan. While it may seem like your money flies out the window as fast as you can earn it, you may be overlooking some key strategies for holding on to more of it. One of the most powerful tactics for saving and making more money is learning how to negotiate effectively.

Practicing the Art of Negotiation

Virtually "everything is negotiable," especially in real estate transactions. Fortunately, you can rely on a good real estate agent to look out for your interests and get you the best deal. However, it is generally to your advantage to have a basic understanding of negotiating principles and the possibility of winning concessions from the other side.

Perhaps the number one thing to keep in mind when attending an open house or touring a home you're considering buying is to choose your words carefully -- particularly if you're in the presence of the seller's agent or the home seller, themselves (Note: If you're just viewing the house with your buyers' agent, you don't have to worry about weighing your words or being too effusive.) As an example, if you blurt out "This house is absolutely perfect!" or "This is exactly what we're looking for!" then you're putting yourself at a strategic disadvantage when it comes to making an offer on the house. It pays to "play things close to the vest." That expression, of course, originated from the game of poker, in which it's a tactical error to let your opponents see your cards.

There are dozens of situations in life where negotiating skills can help you gain hundreds, if not thousands of additional dollars from a transaction. Examples range from negotiating a raise or a starting salary to buying or selling real estate or automobiles. By developing your negotiating skills and practicing them at every opportunity, you'll find yourself gaining financial and other advantages that wouldn't otherwise be available to you. As the poem "My Wage" by Jessie B. Rittenhouse reminds us, if we bargain with life for pennies, then that's exactly what we'll get in return.

By negotiating the best possible deal in real estate transactions, automobile purchases, home improvement contracts, employment opportunities, credit card interest rates, and dozens of other situations, you can build up a larger retirement nest egg, help your kids pay for college, and achieve a greater measure of financial security.







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