Kathy Borawski | Northampton Real Estate, Easthampton Real Estate, Williamsburg Real Estate



91 Crescent Street, Northampton, MA 01060

Rental

$1,100
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Very cute recently renovated garden apartment. No smokers or pets. Located on 1st floor of a 2-story apartment building with a total of 10 units. Has good windows and gets morning sunlight. New appliances, completely re painted and new kitchen with maple cabinets and black stove & fridge within 5 years. New hardwood floors throughout. Great location and a quiet building in a super neighborhood. The bedrooms measure approximately 9 x 11, which is small. Please keep that in mind when considering this apartment and look if you don't want a small 2 BR.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





91 Crescent Street, Northampton, MA 01060

Rental

$1,150
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Very cute recently renovated garden apartment. No smokers or pets. Located on 1st floor of a 2-story apartment building with a total of 10 units. Has good windows and gets morning sunlight. New appliances, completely re painted and new kitchen with maple cabinets and black stove & fridge within 5 years. New hardwood floors throughout. Great location and a quiet building in a super neighborhood. The bedrooms measure approximately 9 x 11, which is small. Please keep that in mind when considering this apartment and look if you don't want a small 2 BR.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




There are a lot of effective ways to keep your home safe, secure, and free from intrusion, but those techniques are of little use if you don't consistently use them.

Technological solutions are well worth considering because they can be activated and monitored from almost any location.

Whether you're at a restaurant across town or comfortably lying in bed on a chilly night, the cost of a  high-tech security system can be worth it, in terms of convenience, safety, and peace of mind.

If the cost or learning curve of using an automated home security system is outside your comfort zone, there are still plenty of simple and inexpensive techniques you can use to keep your family safe and sound. Regardless of the strategies you choose, it's better to err on the side of caution than to assume it'll never happen to you.

Change your locks: If you've just bought a new home or recently moved into one, having new locks installed on your doors is one of the cornerstones of a good home security plan. While some homeowners tend to be rather tight fisted when it comes to lending their house keys to friends, neighbors, housekeepers, and contractors, others tend to be quite liberal with the practice. Each time your house keys have been copied and passed along to people you don't know well (or at all), the overall security of your home has been compromised. If you're not sure which category the previous owner of your home fits into ("tight fisted" or "liberal"), then it would make sense to change the locks on all your doors. That way, you're eliminating the element of doubt and fortifying the secureness of your new home. It will also help you sleep better at night and increase the chances that only welcome guests will pass through your doors!

Get to know your neighbors: By maintaining friendly relations with your immediate neighbors -- especially those that live next door and directly across the street -- they will be more likely to contact you or the police if they see anything suspicious. If you happen to be chatting with neighbors and they mention that they're going away for the weekend or longer, they'll appreciate it if you promise to "keep an eye on their house" while they're gone. Hopefully, they'll return the favor when you're away for the day or out of town for longer. It's a good feeling when neighbors are looking out for neighbors, but -- as is the case with all relationships -- it does require some maintenance. More often than not, however, it's worth it!


Adding a condo to the housing market may seem difficult at first. Lucky for you, real estate agents can help you streamline the process of listing your condo, stirring up interest in your property and ensuring you can maximize its value.

What does it take to find the right real estate agent to sell your condo? Here are three questions that you should ask a real estate agent before you hire this professional to sell your condo:

1. Have you sold condos in the past?

When it comes to selling a condo, it is always better to err on the side of caution. Therefore, you may want to consider hiring a real estate agent with condo selling experience over a real estate professional who exclusively sells homes.

A real estate agent with condo selling experience may be able to offer insights that you won't receive elsewhere. For example, this real estate professional may be able to provide tips to help you enhance your condo without the risk of violating homeowners' association (HOA) rules.

Plus, a real estate agent with condo selling experience will understand how to manage home selling challenges that may arise. This housing market expert will be able to address such challenges quickly and limit their impact on the condo selling process.

2. What approach will you take to sell my condo?

As a condo seller, your goal is to sell your condo as quickly as possible and ensure you can get the best price for your property. Meanwhile, you should find a real estate agent who shares your goal and will do everything possible to promote your residence to the right groups of property buyers.

Initially, a real estate agent should learn about your condo selling needs. He or she will listen to your condo selling concerns and ensure you are fully supported throughout the condo selling cycle.

A real estate agent should be ready to promote your condo in a variety of ways too. From social media posts that highlight the size and beauty of your condo to open houses that enable property buyers to check out your residence, a real estate agent should go above and beyond the call of duty to showcase your condo.

3. Why should I hire you?

No two real estate agents are identical, and as such, you're sure to hear lots of different responses to this question. Consider a real estate agent's answer closely, and if you are satisfied with the response, you may want to move forward with this housing market professional.

For home sellers, it is essential to collaborate with a real estate agent who makes you feel comfortable. This real estate professional will communicate with you regularly and keep you informed at each stage of the home selling process. As a result, you'll never be left in the dark as you move closer to selling your condo.

Ready to sell your condo? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can hire a great real estate agent to help you simplify the condo selling process.


This Single-Family in Northampton, MA recently sold for $205,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kathy Borawski - Borawski Real Estate.


112 Dunphy Drive, Northampton, MA 01062

Single-Family

$219,000
Price
$205,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Low maintenance, single level living at a great price! Oil heat, nice back yard, nice enclosed porch has electric heat. This bright and sunny home welcomes your decorating touch! Partly finished basement and a small storage shed on a quiet dead end street. Huge garage has plenty of storage space. Best buy in the area!

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