Date: 08/20/2017 Time: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM  
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This home is directly on the water. Enjoy your own beach while witnessing New England wildlife at its finest. Enjoy a variety of summer and winter activities right from your back yard while also being within walking distance to the town beach. Hardwood floors throughout. Warm and inviting family room with a gas fireplace. Vaulted ceiling in living room. Two door walkout from basement with 4 framed windows for natural light. Large area for another family room someday. Many upgrades in kitchen and baths. Over-sized hot tub in master bath with separate shower. Harvey windows. 2nd floor washer and dryer. Upgraded larger central air unit. Gas heat, fireplace, hot water heater, stove and dryer. 200 AMP electric. Town water and town sewer. Great location! Ayer has a stop on MBTA that goes to North Station. Quick closing is possible.

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Don’t let your neighbors get in the way of a fast, easy and profitable home sale. Instead, home sellers can take advantage of the following tips to prevent neighbors from sabotaging a property sale:

1. Talk to Your Neighbors Before You List Your House

Communication can play a key role in the home selling process. As such, maintaining open communication with your neighbors can make a world of difference, particularly for those who want to reap the benefits of a quick, simple home sale.

Reach out to your neighbors before you add your residence to the real estate market. This will allow you to outline your home selling plans to your neighbors.

Also, don’t be afraid to ask your neighbors for support.

In most cases, neighbors will be happy to help you achieve your home selling goals. And if your neighbors keep their houses looking great, they may be able to create an attractive neighborhood that helps your property stand out in a competitive real estate market.

2. Respond to Neighbors’ Concerns and Questions

Neighbors may have many concerns and questions about your decision to sell your home. With an open approach, you can respond to neighbors’ concerns and questions with ease.

If you’ve lived in your neighborhood for many years, you’ve likely become close to your neighbors and may consider them to be friends. Therefore, it may be difficult to share the news that you intend to sell your house.

However, try to stay calm, cool and collected as you discuss your home selling plans with neighbors. And remember, even though you plan to live elsewhere in the near future, you can still keep in touch with your friends at any time.

You can always lean on neighbors for home selling advice too. If neighbors have sold houses in the past, they may be able to offer expert insights into the home selling cycle that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to selling your house, meeting with your neighbors can help you get the best results possible. Of course, if you work with a real estate agent, you should have no trouble navigating the property selling process as well.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to list a residence and stir up interest from homebuyers. This housing market professional can teach you about the ins and outs of the real estate sector. Plus, he or she will set up open houses and home showings, keep you up to date about offers on your house and negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any of your home selling queries. Thus, if you’re unsure about how to discuss your home selling plans with neighbors, your real estate agent can provide you with plenty of help.

Ready to add your house to the real estate market? Use these tips, and you can include your neighbors in the home selling journey.

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