Open house on 1/21/2018 at 54 Nason Hill Road Sherborn, MA 01770


Date: 01/21/2018 Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM  
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Enjoy the bucolic setting of a Vermont country retreat just 23 miles from downtown Boston. This Acadian farmhouse, nestled in 7 spectacular acres, is approached by a long winding private drive through lightly wooded fields. Surrounded by old stone walls, the property abuts the meadows of Leland fields (conservation land) and has direct access to miles of hiking and equestrian trails. The post and beam home features an open floor plan with sunlight streaming through window walls offering vistas of woodlands and meadows. Kitchen features a chefs gas stove and quartz countertops. The step-down great room could serve as a formal living room or large library. A central open staircase leads to 3 spacious bedrooms on the 2nd floor and a 4th bedroom on the 3rd floor. Ample storage in the unfinished basement. This very private property has plenty of room for expansion or outbuildings – the addition of a pool, tennis court, or perhaps a barn and paddocks for the equestrian.

Open house on 1/21/2018 at 16 Sterling Drive Dover, MA 02030


Date: 01/21/2018 Time: 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM  
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Beautiful Cape-style ranch home on 1 acre corner lot in popular Glen Ridge Estates is much larger than it appears. Spacious living room with fireplace has bow window overlooking backyard. Living room flows to dining room with entrance to oversized screened porch. Three bedrooms on first level. Master bedroom with walk-in closet and bath. Lower level opens directly from the front hallway and features fireplace, built ins, loads of windows and a mini greenhouse. Oversized rooms include game room, office, and family room. Two-car garage with covered area to side entry kitchen. 12/1/17: SEPTIC PLANS IN PROCESS FOUR BEDROOM SYSTEM Elgin system (not FAST) – Seller will escrow funds. Many windows on first floor have been updated. This neighborhood has easy access to Wellesley, Needham and Natick. #1 rated Dover-Sherborn schools by Boston Magazine. See the possibilities this home has to offer in a great location!

Should You Approve a Buyer’s Offer?

Deciding whether to accept a buyer’s offer to purchase your house can be exceedingly difficult. Fortunately, we’re here to help you assess the pros and cons of a homebuying proposal and ensure you can make an informed decision.

Now, let’s take a look at three tips to help you determine whether to accept an offer to buy your home.

1. Examine the Current Housing Market

The current housing market may play a role in your ability to stir up interest in your house. In addition, the real estate sector may impact whether you’re able to receive multiple home offers at or above your residence’s initial asking price.

To understand the present state of the housing market, you should look at the prices of recently sold houses in your city or town. If houses are selling quickly, you may be operating in a seller’s market. Or, if houses linger on the market for many weeks or months before they sell, you may be operating in a buyer’s market.

Ultimately, a seller’s market may lead to many offers on your house in the foreseeable future. If you receive an offer that fails to match your expectations when you’re operating in this type of market, you may want to decline or counter the proposal in the hopes of receiving superior offers down the line.

On the other hand, it usually requires hard work and persistence to sell a house in a buyer’s market. And if you receive a competitive homebuying proposal in a buyer’s market, you may want to accept this offer.

2. Consider Your Home’s Condition

The condition of your house may prove to be a critical factor as you debate whether to accept an offer. If you assess your house’s condition closely, you may be better equipped than ever before to make the best-possible decision about a homebuying proposal.

If you feel a home offer is fair based on the current condition of your house, you may want to accept the proposal. Conversely, if you feel a buyer has submitted a “lowball” proposal based on your home’s condition, you should not hesitate to reject or counter this offer.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to evaluating a homebuying proposal, it generally is a good idea to collaborate with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you weigh the advantages and disadvantages of accepting an offer and determine the best course of action.

Typically, a real estate agent will present a buyer’s offer to you and offer recommendations about how to proceed with this proposal. As you assess all of your options regarding a homebuying proposal, a real estate agent will be able to respond to any concerns or questions that you may have too.

Ready to take the guesswork out of reviewing a homebuying proposal? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can streamline the process of deciding whether to accept an offer to purchase your home.