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Congratulations, you bought a Berkshires property! That’s something to celebrate…right? Right?! Well, unfortunately, not every buyer feels like popping bubbly after they’ve closed on their Berkshires residence. “The grass is always greener” mentality may set in right after you shake hands with the sellers and part ways. Or right after you have made an offer on that Berkshire land or residence. Maybe it’s after the chandelier has dulled its shine, or the fireplace has lost its spark. Whatever the cause, second thoughts are so common that it they have become known as “Home Buyer’s Remorse”. So, what to do if you’ve signed the dotted line but wish you hadn’t? We have some ideas for you.
Photography Tips for Marketing Your Berkshire Home For Sale. Selling Williamstown Real Estate and marketing your Berkshire Home to potential buyers can means the first look they have at your Berkshire home makes the most important first impression. Most first looks are found online and the property is judged by the quality of the photography. Harsch Real Estate wants to offer your home for sale in the very best way. We have compiled a short list of how you can guarantee that your Williamstown Home will get second and third looks on the many real estate websites out there.
Those of us fortunate enough to live in Williamstown are really rather reluctant to tell too many people about it because, well, we like it like this. Everyone knows how beautiful Martha's Vineyard and Block Island are, how swanky the Hamptons are, how upscale Newport is, and just how crowded and expensive they all are but well, again, we really would rather keep Williamstown the way it is.
Buying a home in The Berkshires of Massachusetts? Or selling to move to warmer climates??? No matter, Harsch is here to help you sell at the best price in the most efficient time to match your needs. We also help new buyers to get the home they want at the right price that meets your budget. We have some of the most experienced real estate agents in the industry and in the BERKSHIRES. Give us a call to begin your next real estate transaction. We can get the job done- right price, right time and right location.
Read more about data from United Van Lines describing where people are moving to and from by clicking the photo to right. We provide a small screen shot of 2018 figures for Massachusetts. Information courtesy of United Van Lines.
The broader picture for all of Berkshire County tells a similar story. There are presently 4 pending sales in the Berkshires that are listed over $1 million (no guarantee they all will sell over the $1 million dollar listing price). So far as of this date we have 7 total sales in 2019 over $1 million dollars. This leaves a total of 113 Berkshire County MLS properties as active listings in the price range at or above $1.5M. The total number of sales over $1 million last year (2018) was 23 for all of Berkshire County.
Realtor Paul A. Harsch III, the founder and president of Harsch Associates of Williamstown, has been appointed to the seven member Vermont Real Estate Commission by Vermont Governor Phillip B. Scott.
Why are more people moving to Vermont? United Van Lines tracks moves every year. This interactive map will surprise you.
Berkshire home sellers that remain on the market during the winter often have a more urgent need to sell which can be anything from a new job in another location outside of the Berkshires to deciding that they no longer have need of a second home in the Berkshires.
The most common real estate listing contract in Massachusetts is an "exclusive right to sell" agreement. Under an "exclusive right to sell" agreement the listing broker is given the right to earn a fee for professional services if the property is sold by anyone, including to a buyer located solely through the efforts of the owner.
Buying Berkshire County Lenox or Stockbridge real estate is most cost-effective when the owner plans on staying put for at least a few years. If you’re uncertain of your future and cannot commit to one location for a few years, buying a home may not be the smartest move.
Log home in Southern Vermont Berkshire Mountains. For Sale Now. Close to Williamstown MA, North Adams MA, Bennington VT, and all the ski resorts and cultural events offered by the Berkshires.
Harsch Associates Berkshire Real Estates has created this Word Find Puzzle for those of you who love The Williamstown Theater Festival 2018. You will find the names of the stars, the names of the plays and the much more theater speak. PLUS..solve the puzzle and receive a $10 check to the Williamstown Restaurant of your choice.
Take this Homebuyers Guide with you as you begin your Berkshires search and save your self hours of searching. Find the right new home for you with a minimum of appointments and disappointments.
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