Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/7/2018


267 Robbins Hill Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,750,000
Price

7
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
One, singular, sensational location with jaw dropping views of Cape Cod Bay north, west and east and perfectly situated in between two of Brewsters' most scenic, sandy and popular bay beaches. Distinctive design accommodates an entertaining space for friends and family, both inside and out. What every cook wants is here! 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! Who will the lucky new owner be?
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Posted by Peggy Farber on 5/2/2018

Ready to acquire your dream home? Although you might have already located your ideal residence, you may need to negotiate with a home seller. By doing so, both you and a home seller will be satisfied with the final results of a property transaction.

However, a homebuying negotiation sometimes can be tricky. And if you fail to keep your cool throughout a negotiation, you may miss out on the opportunity to purchase your dream residence.

What does it take to remain calm during a homebuying negotiation? Here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Take Your Emotions Out of the Equation

Don't take it personally if a home seller wants to negotiate. Instead, view it as an opportunity to ensure all parties involved in a home sale get the best results possible.

In many instances, it's easy for homebuyers to let their emotions get the best of them. But if you feel overwhelmed by stress and frustration, it is essential to take a step back and assess the situation. That way, you can avoid making any rash decisions that could put your chance to purchase a top-notch house in danger.

Try to maintain a positive outlook throughout a homebuying negotiation. Also, don't hesitate to reach out to family members and friends for support, as these loved ones likely can help you analyze any homebuying hurdles and find ways to overcome them.

2. Know Your Options

You may invest many hours in a homebuying negotiation, and you might even make various concessions along the way. But despite your best efforts, there are no guarantees that your homebuying negotiation will be successful.

For homebuyers, it is important to remember that there are plenty of houses available in cities and towns nationwide. Therefore, if a homebuying negotiation goes sour, you can walk away and start a new search for a terrific home.

3. Consult with Your Real Estate Agent

When it comes to negotiating a home purchase, a real estate agent can make it easy to streamline the process of acquiring your dream residence. This housing market professional can serve as a liaison between you and a home seller. As such, he or she will do everything possible to deliver exceptional results for all parties involved in a homebuying negotiation.

Your real estate agent can take the guesswork out of a homebuying negotiation. This real estate expert can respond to any concerns or questions you may have throughout a negotiation. In addition, he or she will provide honest, unbiased recommendations to help you make informed homebuying decisions.

Perhaps best of all, your real estate agent can help you alleviate stress during a homebuying negotiation. He or she will provide you with world-class guidance, enabling you to stay calm, cool and collected as you search for your ideal residence.

Don't let your emotions overwhelm you during a homebuying negotiation. Conversely, use the aforementioned tips, and you can maintain your composure throughout a homebuying negotiation and boost your chances to acquire a first-rate house.





Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/30/2018

 


287 Wauquanesit Drive , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Condo

$699,000
Price

5
Total Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Water water everywhere! You have the sun in the morning and the moon at night! A dramatic two story entry foyer welcomes you to a beautiful open floor plan with kitchen, dining and living all open to the other yet uniquely their own space; high ceilings, transom windows above the sliders The kitchen has been beautifully re-done; the living room features a fireplace and sliders that open to a private deck. The master bedroom is en suite and enjoys a peek of the bay from its' private deck. The guest bedroom is lovely and enjoys a peek of Cobb's Pond. A center hall bath serves the guest bedroom and the laundry. Enjoy the private bay beach & walking trail along the edge of Cobb's Pond. Clubhouse, tennis and gorgeous new pool! NOTE: photos 6-11 are virtual decorated rooms for decorating ideas.
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Saturday
May 19 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
The ONLY condominium available at Cobbs Pond on the bay. No other setting like it on a beautiful 25 acre site in between Cobbs Pond and Cape Cod Bay. Amenities are private bay beach; tennis courts, clubhouse. Very low turnover in this highly desirable comm unity of just 32 classy condominiums. Double views! In town and just wait until you see the pool! BEST pool in town!
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Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/28/2018

This Single-Family in Brewster, MA recently sold for $1,500,000. This Contemporary style home was sold by Peggy Farber - oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty.


180 Robbins Hill Road , Brewster, MA 02631

Brewster (village)

Single-Family

$1,550,000
Price
$1,500,000
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Memories made, memories cherished in this home by the sea where the sound of the seagulls in the distance can be heard; where large family gatherings were a favorite. The place that owners ''loved the most in the world''. First time offered for sale for new memories, family gatherings and lazy days walking the famous Brewster tidal flats, to begin and just in time for summer of 2018! Highly desirable location, one lot back from the bay with bay beach access practically right out the door. Architect designed, custom built, featuring a traditional Cape front exterior with an open and contemporary interior. Exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, step down living room for cozy gatherings around the fireplace. Roomy first floor master suite, wood floors, walkout basement w/ bonus room. Needs updating






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Peggy Farber on 4/25/2018

After you receive an offer to buy your house, you likely will have only a short period of time to determine whether to accept this proposal. As such, pressure can add up quickly, which often can make it tough to make the best-possible decision.

Fortunately, we're here to help you analyze your options and determine how to proceed with a homebuying proposal.

Let's take a look at three steps that every home seller should take after receiving a homebuying offer.

1. Weigh the Pros and Cons

Make a pros and cons list to examine a homebuying proposal – you'll be glad you did. With this list, you can assess the advantages and disadvantages of accepting a homebuying offer and proceed accordingly.

If you accept an offer, you can move forward in the home selling process. On the other hand, if you don't feel that an offer matches your expectations, there may be no reason to accept this proposal.

2. Evaluate Your Home Selling Goals

Consider your home selling goals as you evaluate an offer to buy your house. By doing so, you can determine whether an offer falls in line with your goals.

For example, if your goal is to sell your house as quickly as possible, the amount of the offer may not matter. In this scenario, you may want to accept a homebuying proposal to accelerate the home selling process.

Comparatively, if your goal is to maximize your profits, you will need to determine if a current offer is the best proposal that you could receive. If the answer is "Yes," then you may want to proceed with a home sale. Or, if the answer is "No," you may want to reject or counter a buyer's proposal.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it – evaluating a homebuying proposal can be difficult, particularly for a first-time home seller. If you consult with a real estate agent, however, you can get the help you need to make an informed decision about an offer.

A real estate agent can offer lots of housing market data to help you understand the current value of your house. Plus, this housing market professional can provide recommendations about whether to accept, reject or counter a homebuying proposal.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will serve as a guide throughout the home selling journey. He or she can keep you up to date about any offers on your house, perform deep analysis of all homebuying proposals and ensure you can determine the best course of action on any offer, at any time.

Let's not forget about the housing market expertise that a real estate agent possesses, either. A real estate agent understands there is no such thing as a "bad" question. Thus, a real estate agent will respond to any home selling queries that you may have.

Take the guesswork out of assessing a homebuying proposal – use the aforementioned steps, and you can determine whether to accept an offer on your house.




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