Posted by Peggy Farber on 10/21/2018

This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $1,537,500. This Contemporary style home was sold by Peggy Farber - oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty.


267 Robbins Hill Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,575,000
Price
$1,537,500
Sale Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
One, singular, sensational location with jaw dropping views of Cape Cod Bay north, west and east! Perfectly situated between 2 of Brewsters' most scenic, sandy, popular bay beaches. Distinctive design accommodates an entertaining space for friends and family, both inside and out. What every cook wants: Roomy country style kitchen with a more casual dining area and an additional open concept dining room. A fabulous flow enhanced even more by sliders opening to decks both front and back. Attractive brick path welcomes you to the front door and a tiled and roomy entry foyer welcomes you in. From the octagon shaped great room to the stunning three season room with vaulted ceiling and gleaming tile floor, this is a home for memory making! Power outages? Not for you with a whole house generator!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Peggy Farber on 10/18/2018


313 Nelson Street , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,749,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
You can ''sea'' forever in the front row seat provided with this 3 bedroom Cape overlooking the waters and the famous dandy Brewster tidal flats. Located in the desirable ''Halliday Acres'' where summer is quintessential Cape Cod. Owned and enjoyed by the same family since 1989, it's time and opportunity to begin to make your very own summer memories. Originally built in 1984, the kitchen, living and dining rooms are open and two big bay windows offer a breathtaking view of Cape Cod Bay. Property has a nice square shape with with beach grass to the edge of the rock revetment. Front yard is enhanced with split rail fence; all in all its a charmer to drive up to, for sure! Come, take just one look to see what updates you can make to make it your very own! Be ON that beach next summer!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Peggy Farber on 10/17/2018

Anyone can buy a home – all it takes is hard work and diligence to evaluate your home financing options. Fortunately, we're here to help you streamline the process of finding the financing that you'll need to pay for a residence.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you determine how you will afford a house.

1. Take a Look at Your Current Financial Situation

Put together a monthly budget that outlines your current spending patterns. This will enable you to review how much you earn, what you're paying for housing and other pertinent financial information.

After an in-depth review of your current financial situation, you'll be better equipped than ever before to determine how much you can pay for a house. Then, you can create a homebuying budget to help you move closer to acquiring your dream residence.

2. Get a Copy of Your Credit Report

In all likelihood, a lender will receive your credit score to determine whether you are a viable candidate for a mortgage. If you request a copy of your credit report today, you can learn about your credit score and take steps to improve it before you apply for a mortgage.

The three major credit reporting bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) provide one free copy of a credit report annually. If you submit a request for your credit report, you can gain unprecedented credit insights in no time at all.

Furthermore, if you find errors on a credit report, don't hesitate to contact the reporting bureau. This will enable you to fix any credit report mistakes prior to applying for a mortgage.

3. Reach Out to Local Lenders

Banks and credit unions are happy to meet with you and discuss a variety of mortgage options. These lenders are available in cities and towns nationwide and can teach you everything you need to know about home financing.

Ultimately, lenders can explain the home financing process and ensure you can avoid any potential pitfalls along the way. And if you ever have mortgage concerns or questions, lenders are available to respond to them at any time.

If you need extra help prior to kicking off a home search, you may want to contact a real estate agent as well. This housing market professional understands the ins and outs of purchasing a house and can help you plan accordingly.

Oftentimes, a real estate agent will meet with you and learn about your homebuying goals. This housing market professional then can ensure you won't have to break your budget to afford a terrific residence.

If you want to buy a home but have limited finances at your disposal, a real estate agent is happy to assist you. Or, if you are searching for a mortgage but don't know where to begin, a real estate agent can put you in touch with top lenders.

Work with a real estate agent, and you can improve your chances of acquiring a first-rate house at an affordable price.





Posted by Peggy Farber on 10/15/2018


191 Crocker Lane , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,575,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Timeless styling with a light and airy open floor plan with soaring ceilings and skylights, perfect for entertaining all friends and family. Four bedrooms all with private bath. First floor master suite has french doors opening to the deck. All just a minute from a spacious and sandy private association beach on Cape Cod Bay, accessed by old fashioned sandy foot paths which are found throughout the neighborhood. plus access to a private pond for canoeing and kayaking . Life is unstructured, peaceful and coveted at 'Kings Grant' and all right in the heart of Brewster close to the famous Brewster General Store where penny candy is still sold and people gather for the morning paper and coffee year round; the Brewster Scoop for ice cream on summer nights; the Brewster Library & restaurants.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Peggy Farber on 10/10/2018

Although clutter in your home may seem like an insignificant problem, it can actually have a negative impact on everything from your personal productivity to family relationships.

When dirty dishes pile up, clothes gather on the floor, and toys are scattered everywhere, it often creates a feeling of discouragement that can seep into every aspect of your life.

While most people view clutter as an annoyance or an eyesore, studies have shown that it can contribute to stress, feelings of guilt, and even depression. Books have been written on the topic and well-known websites have devoted countless pages to the connection between stress and clutter.

In addition to feeling embarrassed when guests drop over unexpectedly, household clutter makes it difficult to find important things, like car keys, homework assignments, or cell phones. A disorganized, messy home can also lead to bills being paid late, which can bring with it a whole separate set of problems, such as late payment fees, collection letters, and credit rating issues. For people planning on applying for a mortgage in the near future, a damaged credit score could adversely affect interest rates, loan terms, or even their chances of obtaining a mortgage.

Fortunately, there are ways to turn the tide on your battle with household clutter. The first step, of course, is to recognize that you have a problem. The second step is to begin writing a plan or set of goals for taking charge of the clutter. The third step is to begin taking action and to set aside 15 to 30 minutes a day for organizing your home and putting clutter in its place!

If you're considering putting your home on the market in the near future, you may need to bump up that time allotment! Cluttered closets, storage areas, and countertops are sure to send the wrong message to prospective home buyers. Living areas that contain too much furniture, stacks of magazines, or piles of unsorted mail will convey an unwanted image of chaos, messiness, and disarray. Clutter can also have the effect of making rooms look smaller and less appealing.

In addition to establishing new and better habits for keeping your home organized and looking its best, it's also important to enlist the cooperation of your family. When everyone does their part to keep your home looking presentable and well maintained, fewer things will get misplaced, moods will be lifted, and you'll no longer feel embarrassed when company drops by!

The best time to begin attacking the problem is now. If the project seems overwhelming, the solution is to start small, but stick with it on a daily basis. As the famous quote says, "The race does not always go to the swift, but to those who keep on running."