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105 Forest St, Dighton, MA 02764

North Dighton

Single-Family

$228,900
Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
SMALL HOUSE: HMMMM It's just like getting a small box for a gift, but it has the biggest gift of all inside. Many options with this rare find in Dighton with town sewerage and TMLP electricity. Big corner lot on Forest and Autumn Streets for future expansion if needed. MOVE IN READY
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September 18 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
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105 Forest St, Dighton, MA 02764

North Dighton

Single-Family

$228,900
Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
SMALL HOUSE: HMMMM It's just like getting a small box for a gift, but it has the biggest gift of all inside. Many options with this rare find in Dighton with town sewerage and TMLP electricity. Big corner lot on Forest and Autumn Streets for future expansion if needed. MOVE IN READY
Open House
Wednesday
September 18 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
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Location: 105 Forest St, Dighton, MA 02764    Get Directions

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105 Forest St, Dighton, MA 02764

North Dighton

Single-Family

$228,900
Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
SMALL HOUSE: HMMMM It's just like getting a small box for a gift, but it has the biggest gift of all inside. Many options with this rare find in Dighton with town sewerage and TMLP electricity. Big corner lot on Forest and Autumn Streets for future expansion if needed. MOVE IN READY
Open House
Wednesday
September 18 at 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
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Location: 105 Forest St, Dighton, MA 02764    Get Directions

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This Single-Family in Dighton, MA recently sold for $455,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Paula Lopes - RE/MAX Welcome Home.


129 Sonny's Way, Dighton, MA 02715

West Dighton

Single-Family

$464,900
Price
$455,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
UPDATE ON "The Duke"Our last home located in Wellington Estates is now ready to personalize as your own. First 10 pictures indicate the actual house being completed. Cabinets have been ordered and installed. Hardwood floors ready for the final coat. Pick your 3 colors and begin to decorate

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Selling a home for the first time can be tricky. In fact, first-time home sellers often make mistakes that prolong the home selling process. Perhaps even worse, these errors may cause a home seller to miss out on opportunities to optimize the value of his or her residence.

Now, let's take a look at three common mistakes that first-time home sellers make, as well as ways to avoid these problems.

1. Setting an Unrealistic Initial Asking Price

Although you might have paid a hefty sum for your house a few years ago, what your home was worth then is unlikely to match its current value. However, if you set an unrealistic initial asking price for your residence, you risk alienating dozens of potential buyers.

Before you set a price for your house, it pays to perform plenty of housing market research. That way, you can see how your home stacks up against the competition and price it based on the current real estate sector's conditions.

Furthermore, you may want to conduct a home appraisal prior to listing your house. Following a home appraisal, you'll receive a property valuation to help you establish a competitive price for your residence.

2. Failing to Provide Full Details About Your House

No home is perfect, and a home seller who withholds information about his or her residence risks wasting precious time and resources. To better understand why this may be the case, let's consider an example.

If a home seller fails to include information about a faulty heating and cooling system in a home listing, a buyer will be unaware of the problem. A buyer then may submit an offer on this house that a seller accepts. But during a home inspection, a property inspector likely will discover the defective heating and cooling system, which leads the buyer to rescind his or her offer. And at this point, the seller will have to restart the home selling process from square one.

When it comes to selling a home, it helps to be honest. If you provide full details about your residence, you can help a buyer make an informed decision and reduce the risk of that a purchase agreement will fall apart after a home inspection.

3. Choosing an Ineffective Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent should have a seller's best interests in mind. As such, this housing market professional will collaborate with a seller throughout the home selling journey to ensure a seller can optimize his or her earnings.

Unfortunately, not all real estate agents possess the same skills. But if you evaluate a variety of real estate agents, you can increase the likelihood of finding one who matches or exceeds your expectations.

Employ a real estate agent with a proven reputation. And if you're uncertain about whether a real estate agent can help you achieve your home selling goals, it usually helps to request client referrals from this housing market professional.

Streamline the process of selling your home – avoid the aforementioned first-time home seller mistakes, and you can boost your chances of enjoying a quick, profitable home selling experience.




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