Judy Moore - Barrett Sotheby's International Realty



Posted by Judy Moore on 1/14/2019


32 Tyler Road, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$2,498,000
Price

15
Rooms
5
Beds
6
Baths
Architecturally designed well appointed Colonial on generous corner lot & lightly traveled side street, features 7,000 SF of living area with extensive custom millwork & exquisite detail throughout. Smashing chef's kitchen with pretty quartz countertops, floor to ceiling cabinetry, professional grade stainless steel appliances, wet bar, prep sinks, walk-in pantry & adjoining sunny breakfast/sunroom. Enjoy 1st floor family room w/fireplace & appealing office w/adjoining full bath for guest suite option. Luxurious master suite features a cozy fireplace, built-ins, two walk-in closets and stunning master bath with steam, rain shower and soaking tub. 4-zone Sonos speaker system just one example of the numerous amenities in this desirable home sited on a lovely lot w/oversized patio, fire pit, private backyard ideal for outdoor activities. Enticing lower level offers a game room with wet bar, climate controlled wine cellar, media room w/TV, gym, & full bath. Near Whipple Hill conservation.
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Judy Moore on 1/13/2019

Buying a new home is a joyous occasion, one that should be celebrated by family members and friends. However, telling people about a new home purchase sometimes can be tough, particularly for those who may be leaving roommates or others behind.

Lucky for you, we're here to help you alleviate the stress and worry commonly associated with telling family members or friends about a new home purchase.

Here are three tips to ensure you can remain calm, cool and confident as you inform your loved ones about your decision to buy a new home.

1. Prepare As Much As You Can

Purchasing a house is a life-changing decision, and as such, your loved ones may have concerns. Therefore, you should plan ahead for any questions that you could face about your new house.

Why did you decide to buy a home in a particular city or town? How much did you pay for a house? And what does your home purchase mean for your loved ones? These are just some of the questions that you should prepare to face when you share the news about your new home purchase with loved ones.

Also, it is important to realize that you and your loved ones won't always see eye to eye. And if a family member or friend disagrees with your home purchase, accept his or her opinion and move forward.

2. Take a Proactive Approach

When it comes to informing others about your home purchase, it is always better to err on the side of caution. Thus, taking a proactive approach will ensure you can directly inform the most important people in your life about your home purchase.

Communication is key between family members and friends. With a proactive approach, you can inform your loved ones about your homebuying decision and minimize the risk that they will hear the news from a third-party.

Don't leave anything to chance as you determine who to tell about your home purchase. If you believe there is a risk that a loved one will be left in the dark about your new home, be sure to reach out to this individual directly.

3. Understand the Emotions Involved with a New Home Purchase

A new home purchase represents a new opportunity for you and your family. If some family members and friends feel left out of your upcoming move, many emotions may bubble to the surface.

Keep the lines of communication open with family members and friends you'll be glad you did. That way, loved ones can share their thoughts and feelings about your new home purchase and understand you will allocate the time needed to hear them out.

If you need extra help as you get ready to tell loved ones about a new home purchase, don't be afraid to ask your real estate agent for assistance, either. This real estate professional understands the intricacies of purchasing a home and can provide expert guidance throughout the homebuying journey.




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Posted by Judy Moore on 1/8/2019


3A Nowers Road, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$2,489,000
Price

13
Rooms
5
Beds
4/2
Full/Half Baths
Distinctive young Shingle Style Colonial in private estate-like setting in desirable Manor Neighborhood. Exceptional home enhanced w/sunlit rooms, tastefully appointed w/exquisite millwork & quality features throughout including oversized windows, dramatic open 2 story foyer overlooking a wall of glass, front and back staircases & so much more. You'll love the airy, flowing floor plan w/spacious rooms, oversized entryways, classic formal living & dining rooms, flexible music room or 5th bedroom. Open kitchen w/ample granite counter space & island, high end stainless steel appliances, walk-in panty, breakfast nook with plantation shutters overlooking family room w/ vaulted ceiling, cheerful fireplace, lovely French Doors to terrace, serene grounds. Impeccable home improved by seller with addition of two 3rd floor offices, 1/2 bath and a finished lower level game room, gym, full bath, cedar closet. Heated 3 car garage, near bike path, middle school, neighborhood park & Willards Woods!
Open House
Saturday
January 12 at 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Amazing young Shingle Style Colonial in secluded setting in desirable Manor neighborhood.
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Location: 3A Nowers Road, Lexington, MA 02420    Get Directions

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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Judy Moore on 1/6/2019

The homebuying journey can be long and arduous, particularly for an individual who makes mistakes along the way. Fortunately, an informed homebuyer can identify potential problems early in the homebuying journey and take the necessary steps to resolve such issues without delay.

Now, let's take a look at three common mistakes that homebuyers make, along with the best ways to eliminate these problems before they escalate.

1. A homebuyer spends too much time debating whether to submit a home offer.

The housing market moves quickly, and a homebuyer who hesitates to submit a competitive offer on a residence risks losing this house to a rival homebuyer.

Ultimately, it pays to learn about the real estate market. That way, if you fall in love with a house, you'll be better equipped than other homebuyers to submit a competitive offer before it's too late.

Check out the prices of houses in cities and towns where you'd like to live. This may help you narrow your search for the perfect home and provide housing market data that highlights how much it may cost to acquire your dream residence.

Also, take a look at the prices of recently sold houses in different areas. This will enable you to determine whether you're working in a seller's market or a buyer's one.

2. A homebuyer foregoes a home inspection.

Even though a homebuyer may want to rush through the purchase process, there is no reason to forego a home inspection.

When it comes to buying a residence, it is always better to err on the side of caution, and a home inspection offers a valuable opportunity to learn about a house's condition and uncover any "hidden" problems with a residence.

For example, a home inspection may reveal roof damage that could lead to thousands of dollars in roof repairs in the near future. On the other hand, a home inspection may show there are no major issues with a residence, thereby verifying that a house is a sound investment.

Don't forget to consider a variety of home inspectors before you schedule a property inspection. This will ensure that you can find a home inspector who possesses the necessary skills and expertise to perform a deep evaluation of a home before you finalize your purchase.

3. A homebuyer tries to purchase a house without support from a real estate agent.

For those who want to streamline the homebuying process, expert help may be necessary. Luckily, you can hire a real estate agent who can help you seamlessly navigate the homebuying journey.

Real estate agents are easy to find in cities and towns nationwide. Meanwhile, these housing market professionals are available to help you narrow your home search, submit offers on residences and much more.

If you need additional help during the homebuying journey, it usually is a good idea to hire a real estate agent. By doing so, you can receive the expert guidance and support that you need to go from homebuyer to homeowner.




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Posted by Judy Moore on 1/3/2019


337 Bedford Street, Lexington, MA 02420

Single-Family

$979,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Colonial! Wonderful Lexington opportunity! Enjoy an open concept kitchen with a pretty granite covered island and counter tops, breakfast area, two story family room with streaming sunlight, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1st floor laundry, 2 car garage and room for expansion in the unfinished lower level. This brand new home with custom millwork and gleaming hardwood floors, features a private backyard, a convenient location abutting the popular Manor neighborhood, steps to public transportation, walking distance to the bike path, conservation land, neighborhood park and so much more. Enjoy all that Lexington has to offer just move in and enjoy!
Open House
Sunday
January 06 at 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
New Construction in Lexington!
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Location: 337 Bedford Street, Lexington, MA 02420    Get Directions

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