Mary Crane, Realtor | Needham, Dover, Medfield, Sherborn, Weston, Wellesley


Selling a home may be difficult, especially for those who plan to list a residence for the first time. Fortunately, many real estate agents are available to guide you along the home selling journey.

Although there is no shortage of real estate agents at your disposal, it is important to note that not all real estate professionals are created equal. Therefore, it is essential to allocate the necessary time and resources to find a real estate agent who can help you achieve your home selling goals.

What does it take to find the right real estate agent to help you sell your residence? Here are three tips to ensure you can do just that.

1. Review the Current Housing Market

Take a look at homes that are currently available and the real estate agents who are associated with these properties. That way, you can find out which real estate agents are available in your area.

Also, don't forget to assess recently sold homes in your city or town. This will allow you to learn about the real estate agents who sold various houses and how long it took these housing market professionals to finalize the property sales.

You can always search the web for real estate agents in your area too. By doing so, you may be able to view client reviews that can help you determine whether a particular real estate professional is the right choice.

2. Consult with Friends and Family Members

Friends and family members sometimes can provide insights into their past home selling experiences. As a result, they may be able to connect you with a real estate professional who will go above and beyond the call of duty to assist you.

Furthermore, neighbors may prove to be great resources as you search for the perfect real estate agent. If a neighbor recently listed or sold his or her residence, you may be able to work with the same real estate agent.

3. Meet with Several Real Estate Agents

When it comes to finding a real estate agent, it never hurts to have a face-to-face conversation.

Set up meetings with several real estate professionals. This will allow you to learn about a real estate agent's background and expertise and decide whether you feel comfortable working with this individual.

In addition, try to get client references from real estate agents and reach out to past clients to find out what it was like to work with a particular real estate professional. As such, you'll be better equipped than ever before to make an informed decision.

The search for the right real estate agent often requires hard work and patience. With the right approach, you can hire a real estate agent who can help you accelerate the home selling journey and optimize the value of your residence.

Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble employing a top-notch real estate agent.



165 Centre St, Dover, MA 02030

Single-Family

$1,099,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Stunning setting offering amazing protected pastoral views from every window! This single story 3 bedroom mid century home with attached 2 car garage is set on 6 beautiful open acres abutting miles of walking trails. Renovate or build new! This lot cannot be subdivided. Located near the Norfolk Hunt Club Stable. The charming town of Dover is only 25 minutes from Boston, enjoys a low tax rate & Boston Magazine just named Dover's schools #1 in Massachusetts once again.
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165 Centre St, Dover, MA 02030

Land

$1,099,000
Price

6.31
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Stunning setting offering amazing protected pastoral views from every window! This single story 3 bedroom mid century home with attached 2 car garage is set on 6 beautiful open acres abutting miles of walking trails. Renovate or build new! This lot cannot be subdivided. Located near the Norfolk Hunt Club Stable. The charming town of Dover is only 25 minutes from Boston, enjoys a low tax rate & Boston Magazine just named Dover's schools #1 in Massachusetts once again.
Open House
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51 Whitney St, Sherborn, MA 01770

Single-Family

$2,799,000
Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Presenting Green Hills Farm in Sherborn, MA, a 14 acre world class equine training facility offering 38 horse stalls, mirrored indoor riding arena w/viewing room, office, tack room, grooming/wash stalls & laundry; an outdoor 180x240 ring, a 20mx60m dressage arena and multiple turn out paddocks. The farm is located on the extensive Sherborn trail system. The renovated light and bright 4BR California style single story home w/expansive finished basement and bath, overlooks the beautiful heated pool and professionally landscaped grounds. Very private and peaceful setting in the #1 Dover-Sherborn school district!
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There are plenty of ways to make your home more organized. Whether you have a large house or some problems with cramped spaces, your home has plenty of room to give. The key is that you just need to know how to use it. Read on for some tips on how to make the most of the space your home has to offer. 


Make Everything Easy To Find


The more accessible the things in your home are, the easier it will be to stay organized. If you have kids, this accessibility will be even more critical. Make sure that the items everyone uses daily have a place. Toy boxes, dressers for clothes, and places for coats and shoes are crucial for smooth organization. 


Find The Right Storage Container


You need to make sure that you have the right containers for the right things. Without these tools, organization becomes increasingly difficult. Shop around and do some research before you decide on exactly what you want to use to store things in. 


Organization Doesn’t Have To Be Ugly


It’s much easier to stay organized if you don’t mind looking at your home. The whole reason you want to stay organized is that the less chaos there is, the less stressed you feel. Organizers don’t need to be cold and regimented. Make sure that any organizing units match your color scheme and themes. 


Electronics Get In The Way


All of the gadgets we have these days can overtake our homes. Cords, phones, chargers, video game systems, and more can really take up space in a home. Anything that you frequently use should be in open top containers, so everything can be easily spotted. Anything that you use less often can be hidden behind closed doors or in a drawer. 


Think By Function


The easiest way to organize anything is to think about the functionality of items. If you make coffee every morning, for example, you may want to keep a coffee corner. You can keep coffee in the cabinet along with sugar or other essentials. In the drawer below where the coffee pot is placed on the counter, you can keep filters, stirrers, and more coffee essentials. If things are functional and flowing in your home, you’re getting close to organization nirvana!  


Declutter Often


If you have a daily routine to put things back where they came from, clutter will never overtake you! Simple things can help you to stay ahead of a big mess. Some idea for your routine can include:


Straightening furniture

Clearing countertops

Throwing away junk mail

Putting away shoes


All of these quick tasks can make a big difference on a daily basis over time! 




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