Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/29/2019


191 Winslow Landing Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,450,000
Price

3
Beds
8
Total Rooms
3
Baths
Grab the beach chairs and let your summer plans begin! A stones throw from Cape Cod Bay with some pleasant views as well. Beautifully landscaped yard and covered entry welcome you to this year round ''beach house''. Wood floors, vaulted ceiling, sun porch, first floor laundry and tiled mud room adjacent to outdoor shower! Open concept living/kitchen with separate family room with fireplace. In addition, there is a second combination living and formal dining room with two big bay windows plus direct access to the yard. Meticulously maintained, super location convenient to everything Brewster. Built in 1991 BUT completely remodeled and added onto making lots of room for family and friends including a home office/den in a ''third'' floor nook! Everything fresh and ready to go! Pack the car
Open House
Saturday
May 04 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
North of 6A! Association bay beach and bay views. Totally remodeled with all you could want in a home by the bay. Use all seasons, special occasions, but especially in the summer. Close to town center, lovely quaint Cape Cod neighborhood centered around C ape Cod Bay.
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Location: 191 Winslow Landing Road , Brewster, MA 02631    Get Directions

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Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/27/2019

This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $850,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Peggy Farber - Gibson Sotheby's International Realty.


404 Harwich Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$899,000
Price
$850,000
Sale Price

5
Beds
10
Total Rooms
4
Baths
HOME SALE CONTINGENT. WE ARE CONTINUING TO SHOW.Just a fantastic home for all seasons and all family and friends. So much to offer!The attached video speaks to the great kitchen and family room and perfect covered porches and grounds. A picture is worth a thousand words.Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and another open seating area while the master bedroom has an additional 16 x 16 area to relax.The home sleeps 12 comfortably and the kids love their bunks.There is room for everyone.The sweeping front lawn is perfect for outdoor family games. The artist studio could be the perfect cabana since there is room for your pool. Additionally there is a darling cottage complete with kitchen, bath and W/D and deck.Furnishings negoti

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Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/26/2019


313 Nelson Street , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,649,000
Price

3
Beds
5
Total Rooms
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
Saturday
May 04 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Your home by the bay! Fantastic views, beach right outside your door, sandy Cape Cod roads and leisurely summer days....all your in time for summer of 2019! A Cape Cod beach community near the center of town.
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Location: 313 Nelson Street , Brewster, MA 02631    Get Directions

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Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/24/2019

For those who want to enjoy a seamless homebuying experience, it helps to prepare accordingly. That way, you will be ready to identify and address any hurdles that come your way during the homebuying journey.

Ultimately, there are lots of things you can do to avoid a complex homebuying journey, such as:

1. Establish Homebuying Criteria

If you enter the housing market with homebuying criteria in hand, you can search for residences that match your expectations. Best of all, you may be better equipped than ever before to streamline your quest to find and acquire your dream home.

To craft homebuying criteria, think about what you require from a house. For instance, if you need a home that is located near your office in the city, you can hone your house search to residences in or near the city itself. On the other hand, if you want a home that offers two or more bedrooms, you can search for a house that provides the space you need.

You may want to create a list of home must-haves, too. This list may help you simultaneously narrow your home search and speed up the homebuying journey.

2. Know Your Homebuying Budget

There is no need to focus on homes that fall outside your price range. Instead, develop a homebuying budget, and you can avoid the risk of wasting time pursuing a house that you are unable to afford.

Oftentimes, it helps to meet with banks and credit unions before you launch a home search. These financial institutions can teach you about different home financing options so you can develop an effective property buying budget.

Banks and credit unions can help you get pre-approved for a mortgage as well. Once you have a mortgage in hand, you will know precisely how much you can spend to acquire your ideal residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – no one wants to encounter roadblocks during the homebuying journey. Fortunately, real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these homebuying experts are happy to help you achieve your desired results.

A real estate agent can offer comprehensive insights into the homebuying journey. He or she also can help you conduct an in-depth home search, set up house showings and much more.

In addition, a real estate agent understands the challenges associated with buying a house. He or she will help you alleviate stress throughout the homebuying journey and ensure you can make informed decisions along the way. Plus, a real estate agent is ready to provide homebuying recommendations and suggestions at your request.

When it comes to navigating the homebuying journey, you may want to start planning today. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can map out a successful homebuying journey. And as a result, you can boost the likelihood of purchasing a house that will serve you well both now and in the future.




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Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/17/2019

If you recently listed your home, you may expect many offers to purchase to come your way in the near future. However, the house selling journey can be difficult to navigate, and there are many signs that indicate offers to purchase your home may be unlikely to arrive any time soon. These signs include:

1. Homebuyers are not scheduling showings.

Homebuyers often set up showings to view residences. And if buyers like what they see during a showing, these individuals may request a second showing or submit an offer to purchase a house.

Comparatively, a seller who receives no home showing requests for many days, weeks or months after listing a residence may be in trouble. This seller may need to perform home upgrades to help his or her residence stand out from the competition. Or, the seller may need to lower his or her house's initial asking price.

2. Homebuyers are not attending open houses.

An open house event is designed to provide buyers with an enjoyable experience. The event allows buyers to walk through a residence at their own pace. And if a buyer likes a house, he or she may request a one-on-one showing or submit an offer to purchase.

On the other hand, if no buyers attend an open house, a seller may need to modify his or her property selling strategy. This individual should consider the buyer's perspective closely and think about why buyers may choose to avoid his or her residence. Then, the seller can tweak his or her house selling strategy accordingly.

3. Comparable houses in your area continue to sell.

If a seller finds his or her residence lingers on the real estate market while similar houses sell quickly, there may be one or many problems with this individual's house. Although a seller may wonder why his or her house fails to stir up interest from buyers, a real estate agent can offer expert support. In fact, a seller can work with a real estate agent to determine the best course of action to promote his or her house to the right buyers.

Typically, a real estate agent meets with a house seller and helps this individual craft a property selling strategy. A real estate agent and home seller work hand-in-hand to figure out how to list a house, showcase it to buyers and maximize the residence's value. And when a real estate agent and home seller put a home selling plan into action, the results can be significant.

Let's not forget about the support that a real estate agent provides once a seller receives an offer to purchase, either. At this point, a home seller may be uncertain about what to do. But a real estate agent will help a home seller review all possible options and make an informed decision.

Simplify the house selling cycle – hire a real estate agent, and you can get the help you need to generate interest in your home as soon as it becomes available.