Byron Ford - Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Mel Antonio Real Estate


This Single-Family in Dartmouth, MA recently sold for $264,900. This Ranch style home was sold by Byron R. Ford, Jr - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Mel Antonio Real Estate.


9 Saint John St., Dartmouth, MA 02748

Single-Family

$264,900
Price
$264,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Don't miss this adorable South Dartmouth ranch...move in condition. This wonderful home offers 3 bedrooms, very nice eat in kitchen with bar overlooking the large living room. Beautiful bathroom. Nice sized fenced in yard with above ground pool and shed. Gorgeous hardwood floors are a real charmer here. Location is convenient to New Bedford and beautiful Jones Beach. Seller does not currently pay flood insurance. Solar panels to transfer to new owner. Subject to Seller finding suitable housing.

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This Condo in New Bedford, MA recently sold for $220,000. This Garden style home was sold by Byron R. Ford, Jr - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Mel Antonio Real Estate.


1481 Phillips Rd, New Bedford, MA 02745

Far North

Condo

$220,000
Price
$220,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Highly sought after Schooner Cove condominiums loaded with amenities you will enjoy in this easy going condo living. Very well maintained and lots of improvements with wood floors, granite countertops in fully appliance kitchen, outdoor balcony with serene sunsets facing the woods. Great corner unit, don't wait on this one...

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This Multi-Family in New Bedford, MA recently sold for $243,000. This style home was sold by Byron R. Ford, Jr - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Mel Antonio Real Estate.


177-179 ASHLEY BLVD, New Bedford, MA 02745

North

Multi-Family

$269,900
Price
$243,000
Sale Price

5
Units
4,293
Approx. GLA
Large 5 family home. 2-1 bedroom, 2-2 bedroom, 1-3 bedroom apartments. Low maintenance exterior. Vinyl windows. Off street parking.

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This Multi-Family in New Bedford, MA recently sold for $303,000. This style home was sold by Byron R. Ford, Jr - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Mel Antonio Real Estate.


113 Collette St, New Bedford, MA 02746

Multi-Family

$279,900
Price
$303,000
Sale Price

3
Units
3,483
Approx. GLA
Very well maintained, beautiful 3 family with off street parking and lovely yard. Units 1 & 2 have an eat in kitchen and 2 bedrooms. The 3rd floor has three bedrooms and a galley kitchen. Gleaming hardwood floors throughout, large living rooms and dining rooms. This home is a real gem.

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If you receive a "lowball" offer to purchase your house, your first reaction may be to respond with an immediate "No." However, it is important to evaluate any offer to purchase your house closely. Because if you weigh the pros and cons of rejecting an offer to purchase your home, you'll be better equipped than ever before to make an informed decision about any homebuying proposal you receive.

Now, let's take a look at three factors to consider before you reject an offer to purchase your residence.

1. Your Home's Price

What you may consider to be a lowball offer to purchase your home may actually be a competitive homebuying proposal – it all depends on the current state of the housing market. Thus, if you analyze the housing market, you can find out how your home's price stacks up against the prices of comparable houses and review an offer to purchase accordingly.

If you find your home's price falls in line with similar houses in your city or town, you likely have a competitive initial asking price in place. And if a buyer's offer to purchase your home falls short of your house's initial asking price, you may want to decline the proposal.

On the other hand, if your home is priced much higher than comparable residences in your area, you may want to adjust your home selling expectations. In this instance, you may find a lowball offer to purchase turns out to be a competitive homebuying proposal. As a result, you may be more inclined to accept the proposal based on the current housing market's conditions.

2. Your Home's Condition

Oftentimes, buyers will account for potential home repairs or upgrades they will need to complete if they acquire a house. This means a buyer may submit an offer to purchase below a seller's initial asking price due to the fact that a house may require assorted repairs or upgrades in the near future.

Take a look at the condition of your home – you'll be glad you did. If you find your home is in need of significant repairs or upgrades, you may want to consider these projects before you reject a buyer's offer to purchase your house.

3. Your Home Selling Goals

It generally is a good idea to start the home selling journey with goals in hand. That way, if an offer to purchase your house allows you to achieve your home selling goals, you can accept the proposal. Or, if an offer to purchase your house moves you further away from accomplishing your home selling goals, you can reject the proposal.

As you get set to complete the home selling journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent too. This housing market professional can help you assess any offers to purchase your house, at any time. By doing so, a real estate agent can help you determine how to proceed with an offer to purchase and ensure you can make the best-possible decision.