Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi - William Raveis Real Estate & Homes Services



Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 2/1/2018


86 Lookout Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$745,000
Price

8
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Unwilling to compromise on location? Looking for one level living but not a cookie cutter home? This recently freshened, lovely tidal marsh-front ranch awaits you. The first light of day casts its rays over the marsh, peeking into windows, spreading warmth and cheer. A new day. From inside or out, the ebb and flow of the tidal marsh lay before you- an ever-changing landscape. Just across the yard, at high tide, launch your kayak or canoe as Cape Cod breezes kiss your face. Relax on the deck while you contemplate the day ahead. Skylights and windows bathe the interior with natural light. This custom home offers numerous updates, including a stunning kitchen, has been lovingly maintained, and awaits you to enjoy as the current owners have for decades. Do not miss attached video!
Open House
Saturday
February 03 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 86 Lookout Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 1/31/2018

Believe it or not, your home's bathroom may make or break your open house.

If you allocate the necessary time and resources to enhance your bathroom's appearance before your open house, you may be able to boost your home's chances of making a positive first impression on property buyers.

On the other hand, a dirty, messy bathroom is unlikely to do you any favors, particularly in a competitive real estate market.

Transforming an ordinary bathroom into an attractive space may seem difficult. Lucky for you, we're here to help you simplify the process of cleaning your bathroom from top to bottom.

Now, let's take a look at three tips that you can use to improve your bathroom's appearance before your open house.

1. Remove Shower Scum

Soap scum may accumulate in your shower over an extended period of time. However, it is quick and easy to eliminate this problem.

To remove shower scum, use a mixture of dish soap and vinegar. Then, scrub the scum with a dish wand, and you can make your shower sparkle.

2. Clean the Toilet

When was the last time you cleaned your bathroom toilet? If you don't know the answer, it probably means your toilet is overdue for a comprehensive cleaning.

A bathroom scrub brush can help you eliminate grime inside your toilet. You also may want to use white vinegar, as this all-natural cleaning solution has been shown to eliminate bacteria, germs and mold.

In addition, don't forget to wipe down your toilet's exterior. Dust and debris on the toilet surface are simple to eliminate in just seconds.

3. Take a Look at the Mirror

A bathroom mirror may appear streaky and blotchy. But for those who want their bathrooms to impress homebuyers, it is essential to clean a bathroom mirror extensively.

Cotton pads and rubbing alcohol may prove to be exceedingly valuable. Together, these products will enable you to clean your bathroom mirror and avoid streaks altogether.

Or, if you're searching for an alternative to rubbing alcohol or traditional glass cleaner, you may want to use vinegar and water. The combination of vinegar, water and a microfiber cloth offers proven results, especially for those who need a quick, easy solution to clean a bathroom mirror before an open house.

If you need extra help cleaning your bathroom, don't hesitate to reach out to cleaning professionals for expert support. These professionals can streamline the process of getting your bathroom ready for your open house.

Moreover, if you're uncertain about how to prepare for your open house, your real estate agent will be happy to assist you. This housing market expert will describe how the open house will work and what to expect from it. Plus, after the open house ends, your real estate agent can provide homebuyer feedback and insights.

Don't wait until the last minute to clean your bathroom. Instead, use the aforementioned bathroom cleaning tips, and you should have no trouble prepping your bathroom for your open house.





Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 1/30/2018

This Condo in Yarmouth, MA recently sold for $165,000. This style home was sold by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi - William Raveis Real Estate & Homes Services.


42 Melville Road , Yarmouth, MA 02664

South Yarmouth

Condo

$185,000
Price
$165,000
Sale Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great opportunity for your own space for well under $200k. Use your sweat equity and TLC to bring this townhouse-style duplex condo - with no condo fees - back to life. The first floor offers an open floor plan: living room, kitchen with dining area, half bath and a pantry/mudroom with access to the deck and back yard. Upstairs you'll find 2 large bedrooms with ample closet space and a full bath. Hardwood and tile throughout, ceiling fans, a full basement with washer & dryer, and natural gas heat & cooking too. Windows and heating system appear to be original, hardwood needs refinishing, and interior could use fresh paint. Make this home your own!

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Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 1/24/2018


86 Lookout Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$745,000
Price

8
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Unwilling to compromise on location? Looking for one level living but not a cookie cutter home? This recently freshened, lovely tidal marsh-front ranch awaits you. The first light of day casts its rays over the marsh, peeking into windows, spreading warmth and cheer. A new day. From inside or out, the ebb and flow of the tidal marsh lay before you- an ever-changing landscape. Just across the yard, at high tide, launch your kayak or canoe as Cape Cod breezes kiss your face. Relax on the deck while you contemplate the day ahead. Skylights and windows bathe the interior with natural light. This custom home offers numerous updates, including a stunning kitchen, has been lovingly maintained, and awaits you to enjoy as the current owners have for decades. Do not miss attached video!
Open House
Saturday
January 27 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Hosted by Margaret Kane.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 86 Lookout Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675    Get Directions

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Posted by Kathryn Varjian Ferrazzi on 1/24/2018

One of the biggest hurdles in becoming a homeowner is that of saving for a down payment. In todayís world, itís hard for anyone to save sizable amounts of money due to the extreme cost of living in most areas. With less income and higher expenses, many people have less of an opportunity to save money.


Saving Isnít Impossible


Many homebuyers are first-time homebuyers. While many simply dream of owning a home, others work to make it happen. Saving money is a goal. Once you save the money, you have made a real accomplishment. Youíll have a huge reward waiting for you once you reach your goal. How can you save effectively? Thereís a few simple steps that will allow you to start saving for a down payment on a home. Remember that no matter how slow you go, every step is one step closer to hitting your goals. 


Get A Savings Account


Preferably, the savings account that you open should be dedicated to your house expenses. Most of the time, your bank will allow you to set up automatic transfers from your checking account. See how much you can afford to save and set up these transfers. Each time you get a paycheck from work, have a certain amount put right into the savings account. Youíll be saving without even thinking about it.


Be Budget Friendly


Budgeting sounds complicated, but really, itís quite simple. First, put your monthly gross income on a spreadsheet. Then subtract things like taxes and fees that come out of your paycheck. Next, subtract all of your necessary monthly costs. These can include student loan debt, car loans, rent, and how much money you spend on food and entertainment. There's so many little things that we spend our money on everyday, you may be surprised to see how much youíre spending and what youíre spending it on. Some categories are important and others are not.       


See Where You Can Cut Costs


After you have made a concrete budget, see where you can cut some costs. If you need to cut out going to dinner and the movies, then do that. Thereís bound to be something that you can cut out of your budget thatís not a necessity that can help you to save some cash. The sacrifice will be worth it in the end!       


Indulge For Your House


Every time that you get a small bonus, a gift, or a tax refund, put it away. It can be tempting to want to go buy a brand new TV or spend your money on entertainment, but saving that money for your house fund will be a lot more rewarding. 

The bottom line is that it wonít be a huge task saving your money for a down payment once you put your mind to it. Happy saving!







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