Susan Revis - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services


The home selling journey offers no guarantees, and as such, there is no assurance that you'll be able to enjoy a fast, profitable home selling experience. Lucky for you, we're here to offer insights into the home seller's perspective and ensure you can reap the benefits of a successful home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you become a smart home seller.

1. Analyze Your House's Strengths and Weaknesses

Although you've allocated significant time and resources to keep your house looking great over the years, your home soon may be just one of many houses that is available to property buyers. But if you analyze your residence's strengths and weaknesses, you may be able to identify opportunities to improve your house and differentiate it from others in a competitive real estate market.

Oftentimes, it helps to conduct a house inspection before you list a residence. This inspection will enable you to receive a comprehensive analysis of your house from a property expert. Then, you can use an inspection report to prioritize home improvement projects and upgrade your house accordingly.

2. Set an Aggressive Initial Asking Price

What you initially paid for your house is unlikely to match your home's present value. However, if you analyze the real estate market, you may be better equipped than ever before to establish an aggressive initial asking price for your residence.

Take a look at the prices of available houses in your city or town that are comparable to your own residence. By doing so, you can narrow the price range for homes in your region.

Furthermore, a home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable. An appraisal enables you to receive a property valuation based on your house's condition, age and the current state of the real estate sector. With this appraisal in hand, you can set an asking price for your house that will hit the mark with many potential buyers.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Even a home seller who is persistent and intelligent may require additional help to achieve the optimal results. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can make it simple for a home seller to maximize his or her home sale earnings.

A real estate agent is a housing market expert who is unafraid to be honest with a home seller. This housing market professional will offer unbiased feedback about a residence's condition and provide recommendations to help a home seller improve his or her property. Plus, a real estate agent is happy to respond to a home seller's concerns and questions. This means a home seller can receive extensive housing market insights from his or her real estate agent and make informed decisions throughout the home selling journey.

When it comes to selling a home, there is no need to leave anything to chance. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and anyone can enter the real estate market as a smart home seller.


5G or fifth generation will soon be rolled out in the world, and it is the latest innovation in communication technology. The benefits of 5G are numerous; from faster speeds and lower latency to higher capacity and reliability, it seems the world indeed just got smaller.

In all these, the question you will want to ask is how your home will benefit. Well, the benefits are numerous and hard to overemphasize, below is a list of a few;

  1. Increased productivity. When a network does not depend on old hardware models—like the 5G will not—and disseminates information at high speeds, it can only mean one thing for you— increased productivity. Anyone that can key into the high rate of 5G will significantly benefit from it. 5G will enable start-up businesses that once took a long time to thrive to come up quickly. New home-office ideas will spring up because 5G will provide an environment for them to grow.
  2. Dependable remote working. While working remotely is not new in business, 5G will ensure that it is more reliable. Companies can organize conference calls and without fear of disconnection and anyone can work and deliver to any part of the world seamlessly.
  3. Rural innovation. Rural areas are the most underdeveloped areas in a region and opportunities are limited in such areas. However, with the deployment of 5G, business ideas that were once impossible in rural communities will now be possible.
  4. Flexible office spaces. Businesses must harness the power of 5G. It will help them operate flexible office spaces and live-work arrangements. Deploying CCTV on mobile phones and monitoring activities will be possible in the most accessible ways, and that is only a tip of the iceberg.
  5. Lower cost. Despite the speed and flexibility that 5G will bring to the table, it will be affordable.6. Easier communication. No endeavor is possible without proper interaction with other parties. And 5G will ensure that not only are people able to communicate and do business, but they will also be able to do so seamlessly like never in the past.

5G is coming soon, and new housing developments must key into it. If you’re looking for a neighborhood to run your home-based business, talk to your local service providers about when 5G will arrive in your area.



350 Simon Willard Rd, Concord, MA 01742

Single-Family

$3,599,000
Price

15
Rooms
4
Beds
6/2
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful custom shingle style home blends into the landscape in Concord's most desired neighborhood. Wide, shady porches encourage lazy afternoons in rocking chairs while inside a blend of formal and more relaxed style of living is perfect for our NE weather. This majestic property has magnificent finished space, superb architectural detail and finest quality throughout. The grand foyer centers the living room with fireplace and lovely dining room with custom built-ins and butler's pantry-ideal for formal entertaining. State of the art kitchen with large center island anchors the informal area - warm library, family room with stone fireplace and breakfast room all opening to a blend of covered decks, sunroom and patio. Luxurious master suite with enormous dressing room and gorgeous spa bathroom and three large bedrooms all en-suite on second floor. Three room suite with full bath on third floor; lower level has home gym, game room and full bath. Enjoy walk to town location and trails.
Open House
Sunday
February 10 at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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Location: 350 Simon Willard Rd, Concord, MA 01742    Get Directions

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Many homeowners are unaware that the most common causes of house fires are cooking related. According to data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), cooking fires cause 46% of house fires and 44% of household injuries.

You aren’t alone if you think those numbers are shockingly high. However, most of us are never taught cooking safety techniques. In this article, we’re going to give you some tips to protect you and your family from the most common and some lesser known causes of kitchen fires. 

Cooking fire statistics 

Knowing the most common causes of cooking fires is a great way to understand just how dangerous certain types of cooking really are. The NFPA reports that frying is the most dangerous type of cooking. Two-thirds of cooking fires were the result of the ignition of food and cooking materials.

In terms of equipment, the range or cooktop is the most dangerous part of the kitchen, causing over 60% of fires. However, much of the time the cause comes down to leaving your equipment unattended.

Cooking safely

One of the most important things you can do to reduce the risk of house fires is to stay in the kitchen while you’re cooking. Unattended ranges, stovetops, and ovens can be particularly deadly since they can happen as a result of someone dozing off while watching television, or someone forgetting they left a burner on after they go to sleep.

A good way to monitor your cooking is to always use a timer, even if you don’t necessarily need one for the cooking that you’re doing. Also, be sure that your smoke detectors are working and that you have a functional fire extinguisher in your home. Make sure your family knows what to do if they encounter a fire.

Before you turn on your burners before frying, make sure there is nothing around your oven that can catch fire. A food container, oven mitts, wooden utensils, paper towels, or curtains could all potentially catch fire if they come in close contact with a burner.

Clothing is also a leading cause of kitchen fires that turn fatal. Make sure sleeves and other pieces of clothing aren’t near any burners or open flames.

In case of fire

If you encounter a large cooking fire that is spreading throughout, the best thing to do is to immediately gather your family and get out of the house, avoiding the kitchen entirely. Call 9-1-1 as soon as you are safely outside and don’t re-enter the house under any circumstances.

For small grease fires, smother the fire with a lid and turn off the burner immediately.

Understanding cooking fires

Most fire requires oxygen to burn and spread. If there is a small fire in your kitchen, using a soaked towel or a pan lid to smother it will suffice.

However, grease fires work differently. Never put water on a grease fire, this can cause the fire to spread very quickly. Rather, use a lid to put out the fire if it is small enough to get near. You can also throw baking soda, or use a fire extinguisher on a small grease fire.


This Single-Family in Lincoln, MA recently sold for $3,150,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Sue Revis - William Raveis R.E. & Home Services.


4 Cerulean Way, Lincoln, MA 01773

Single-Family

$3,550,000
Price
$3,150,000
Sale Price

21
Rooms
6
Beds
7/2
Full/Half Baths
Grand Manor House with two double story entrances features a wonderfully planned layout for easy living, informal and formal entertaining. The chef's kitchen with center island, butler's pantry and large breakfast area anchors family activity while the formal living and dining rooms are spectacular with access to the terrace and stone walled gardens. A fireplaced step-down gathering room links to the sun room and two decks–perfect for summer evening get-togethers. The master suite is a romantic hide away with his and her baths, his and her closets, dressing room and fireplaced bedroom with French doors leading to a balcony overlooking the gardens. Three family bedrooms are all en-suite while a two-bedroom, one bath guest suite is perfectly secluded. A paneled fireplaced sitting room is ideal for winter evenings as the snow falls. An elevator provides access to all levels including the lower level that adds fireplaced family room, billiards room, bar, kitchen, wine cellar, sauna & bath.

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