Julie Sagan GRI - Sagan REALTORS ®, Swampscott, MA Real Estate, Marblehead, MA Real Estate



94 Roy Street, Swampscott, MA 01907

Single-Family

$324,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great opportunity to live near parks, the high school, and the commuter rail. Feel like you are living in a single family home and enjoy moving right in. The home has been freshly painted on the interior in neutral tones, has new stainless steel appliances, new roof, windows, and hot water tank. The rooms are spacious and the beacon hill patio in the back yard is beautifully done with pavers providing are great place for outdoor entertaining. Whether you are just starting out or wanting to downsize this move in ready home can be perfect for you.
Open House
Sunday
December 02 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 94 Roy Street, Swampscott, MA 01907    Get Directions

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94 Roy Street, Swampscott, MA 01907

Condo

$324,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great opportunity to live near parks, the high school, and the commuter rail. Feel like you are living in a single family home and enjoy moving right in. The home has been freshly painted on the interior in neutral tones, has new stainless steel appliances, new roof, windows, and hot water tank. The rooms are spacious and the beacon hill patio in the back yard is beautifully done with pavers providing are great place for outdoor entertaining. Whether you are just starting out or wanting to downsize this move in ready home can be perfect for you.
Open House
Sunday
December 02 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 94 Roy Street, Swampscott, MA 01907    Get Directions

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A homebuying negotiation may cause your stress levels to rise. However, as you work toward purchasing your dream house, there is no need to worry. In fact, there are many ways that you can limit stress as you finalize a home purchase, including:

1. Discuss Your Homebuying Concerns with Family Members and Friends

Family members and friends offer plenty of support. Thus, these loved ones are happy to listen to you and help you in any way possible, no matter what happens during a homebuying negotiation.

Don't be afraid to ask family members and friends for homebuying advice, either. These loved ones may be able to share their past homebuying negotiation experiences with you. And by doing so, your family members and friends could provide you with valuable insights that may help you move one step closer to acquiring your ideal residence.

2. Consider the Big Picture

Buying a home likely will be one of the biggest transactions that you'll complete in your lifetime. At the same time, it is important to note that there are plenty of fish in the sea. Therefore, you should try to remember that even if a home purchase agreement falls through, dozens of high-quality houses are still available in cities and towns nationwide.

Sometimes, it helps to take a step back during a homebuying negotiation. If you can inhale and try to relax, you may be better equipped than ever before to stay calm, cool and collected during a negotiation. With a fresh perspective, you could boost the likelihood of coming to terms with a seller and finalizing a home purchase agreement.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to purchasing a house, there is no need to embark on the homebuying journey alone. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive expert support as you navigate the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent understands the stress associated with purchasing a house and will do everything possible to help you alleviate your homebuying worries. He or she can explain the homebuying process and respond to any concerns or questions. Plus, a real estate agent can negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf to help you get the best price on your dream residence.

Furthermore, a real estate agent provides support after a seller accepts your offer to purchase a residence. A real estate agent will help you set up a home inspection, conduct this inspection with you and ensure you can complete a full review of the inspection results. In addition, a real estate agent can help you prepare for a home closing and ensure you can finalize a home purchase as quickly as possible.

There is no need to let stress get the best of you during a homebuying negotiation. By using the aforementioned tips, you can keep your stress levels in check as you negotiate a home purchase and accelerate the process of purchasing your dream home.


There is always an undeniable appeal to move into a brand new home. After all, there shouldn’t be any problems with a new construction home, right? While shiny new appliances and brand new flooring can be appealing, there are many advantages to buying an older home.


The Price


It may seem obvious, but older homes are less expensive than newer homes. You might be able to get a bit more for your money if you decide to buy an older home. 


Construction Quality


Older homes tend to have a bit better quality in their construction. Some aspects of older construction homes cannot even be reproduced with all of the technology that we have in the present day. It’s often true that “they don’t build homes like they used to.” Certain building materials of the past are actually more sturdy than the materials that are used in the present day. Older homes have stood the test of time for a reason! 


The Location Is An Established Neighborhood


If you’re not looking to move into an up and coming neighborhood, you could be better off buying an older construction home. You’ll know that a neighborhood has already been established and that people have enjoyed living in the area for years before you got there when you find an older home to purchase. In finding a neighborhood, you’ll look at the important factors like the school district, the walkability of the area and the crime rate. Older homes tend to be in more stable areas. Keep that in mind. 


Older Homes Have More Personality


Sure, you could move into a street with new construction and be happy there. Yet, if you move into an older home, you will find a lot of advantages. The landscaping may be more well-established, allowing you to find your favorite features on the outside of the home right when you move in. In a new home, it could take years to establish the same type of curb appeal that you’ll get from moving into an older home.    

 

There’s More Space In An Older Home


An older home may afford you much more yard space and overall square footage. As the world gets more and more developed, space runs short. Older homes were constructed at times when space was at a maximum. These homes were built on larger lots, giving homeowners the advantage of more space. 


While you may think that buying a new construction home is the way to go, older homes offer many different things that newer construction homes just can’t bring to the table. Broaden your search and look for older homes, you could be very surprised!   



Welcome home to this magnificent well thought out residence in desirable West Newton. Enjoy the natural light that fills each room and the accessibility to the outdoor living space. Beautiful traditional finishes combined with a more modern open floor plan makes this 5 bedroom 5 bath home a winning combination for today's living. Dramatic high end gourmet kitchen in all white beautifully designed and crafted by Scandia Kitchen and Baths is graced with a fabulous center island in white granite, high end appliances and amazing storage. Wonderful eating area and sitting area provides for a great place to congregate and opens up to the living room with a gas fireplace. The dining room enjoys a gas fireplace and boasts a butler pantry and wet bar. In home office and library complete the first floor. Second floor showcases a beautiful master suite plus 4 additional en-suite bedrooms and laundry. Lower level media room with wet bar, family room, au-pair suite, and a very large back yard!

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