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Posted by Kimber Pope-Kettlety on 5/19/2019

This Single-Family in Charlestown, RI recently sold for $500,000. This Cottage,Raised Ranch style home was sold by Kimber Pope-Kettlety - Coldwell Banker Cahoone, Realtors.


27 Hoxsie AV, Charlestown RI, 02813

Single-Family

$500,000
Price
$500,000
Sale Price

4
Numberof Rooms
2
Beds Total
1
Baths
The adage good things come in small packages is evident with this sweet as can be cottage in Sunrise Acres SACA in Quonnie. There is an open floor plan with a kitchen, dining and family room. There are sliders to a great deck to kick back and relax after a long day at the beach. There are two generously sized bedrooms along with one bath. The lower level offers plenty of opportunities to add some extra space for your family and friends Enjoy this wonderful community which has access to Ninigret Pond to kayak, paddle board, clam, fish or apply for a mooring and boat over to Block Island, Montauk or Watch Hill! SACA has private beach parking to enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches in Rhode Island. This seaside community has so much to offer!

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Posted by Kimber Pope-Kettlety on 5/16/2019

A relocation budget is a must-have for those who recently bought or sold a house. If you have a relocation budget at your disposal, you should have no trouble getting ready for moving day.

Ultimately, there are several factors that you need to consider to craft an effective relocation budget. These factors include:

1. Packing Supplies

Moving boxes, packing tape and other packing supplies may prove to be expensive. If you budget for these costs today, you can ensure you have the funds available to cover these expenses before moving day arrives.

Keep in mind that you may be able to pick up unwanted cardboard boxes from grocery stores, too. By doing so, you can get boxes you can use for moving day and reduce your relocation expenses.

2. Personal Belongings

Think about the personal belongings you will need to bring to your new address. That way, you can make the necessary accommodations to guarantee these items can safely make it from Point A to Point B.

If you need to hire a moving company to help you transport your personal belongings to your new home, you should shop around. This will allow you to find a moving company that offers the perfect combination of affordability and convenience.

Furthermore, if you have various belongings you no longer need, you may want to get rid of these items before you move. You can always donate unwanted items to a local charity or give them to family members or friends. Or, you can sell unwanted items online or host a yard sale.

3. Your Relocation Timeline

You may have only a limited amount of time to relocate from one address to another. If you put together a relocation timeline, you can examine the steps you will need to take to complete a successful move. Then, you can incorporate these steps into your moving plan and budget accordingly.

Of course, for those who need to relocate quickly but lack substantial moving day funds, you may want to reach out to family members and friends for assistance. Remember, your loved ones are available to help you in any way they can. If you contact family members and friends for assistance prior to moving day, you may receive lots of help with your move.

If you want an extra hand with moving day preparations and budgeting, you may want to consult with a real estate agent as well. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent is happy to provide tips to ensure you can seamlessly relocate to a new address.

Oftentimes, a real estate agent can put you in touch with the top moving companies in your area. On the other hand, if you have concerns or questions leading up to a house closing, a real estate agent is ready to address them.

Want to take the guesswork out of an upcoming move? Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can budget for moving day and boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful relocation.




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Posted by Kimber Pope-Kettlety on 5/12/2019

This Single-Family in Westerly, RI recently sold for $435,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Kimber Pope-Kettlety - Coldwell Banker Cahoone, Realtors.


129 Potter Hill RD, Westerly RI, 02891

Single-Family

$435,000
Price
$435,000
Sale Price

5
Numberof Rooms
2
Beds Total
2
Baths
RELAXING EZ CLEAN CASUAL LIVING IN THIS WATER FRONT HOME WITH DOCK AND GUEST COTTAGE...THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO OWN 18 ACRES ON THE PAWCATUCK RIVER WITH FRONTAGE AND A DOCK. A CUSTOM RANCH HOME WITH AN OPEN FLOOR PLAN 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH WITH OPEN KITCHEN, LIVING, DINING, FAMILY ROOM AND BREAKFAST NOOK AREAS. A 3 SIDED FIREPLACE SITS IN THE MIDDLE OF THIS GREAT ROOM AREA. LAUNDRY RM AND OFFICE. LOTS OF WINDOWS AND LIGHT TO ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL VIEWS. TILE AND HARDWOOD FLOORING. KITCHEN WITH CENTER ISLAND AND GRILL. A LOFT GUEST HOUSE OR STUDIO WITH KITCHEN, BATH, LAUNDRY. A HORSE LOVERS PARADISE, BOATERS, FISHERMAN, GARDENERS OR FOR THE PEACE AND TRANQUILITY OF IT ALL. THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS. FULL BASEMENT A LARGE REAR DECK OVER LOOKING THE RIVER AND BOAT DOCK. MINUTES TO AREA BEACHES GREAT SUMMER RETREAT OR FOR YOUR YEAR ROUND ADVENTURES. EASY ACCESS TO I95

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Posted by Kimber Pope-Kettlety on 5/12/2019


127 - A POTTER HILL RD, Westerly RI, 02891

Land

$145,000
Price

6.00
Site Acres
Pristine 6 acre lot with frontage on the Pawcatuck River. Don't miss the opportunity to build your dream home on this one of a kind lot. Approvals in place and ready for your plans.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Kimber Pope-Kettlety on 5/9/2019

For a home seller, hosting an open house can be a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, an open house provides an opportunity to showcase your residence to large groups of prospective homebuyers. Conversely, hosting an open house also requires lots of preparation, and getting ready for an open house may prove to be overwhelming, time-consuming and costly.

Lucky for you, we're here to help host an unforgettable open house.

Now, let's take a look at three factors that a home seller needs to consider before an open house.

1. The Current Condition of Your Home

Although you might believe that your home is currently open house-ready, it may need some work. Fortunately, there are many ways to learn about the strengths and weaknesses of your residence and plan your open house accordingly.

For example, a home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable. This appraisal enables a home inspector to review your residence both inside and out. Then, he or she can offer home improvement recommendations so that you can upgrade your residence as needed.

Take a home appraisal report seriously. By doing so, a home seller can transform an ordinary residence into one that matches or exceeds homebuyers' expectations during an open house.

2. The Home's Interior or Exterior

Homebuyers are drawn to residences that feature dazzling gardens, clutter-free interiors and other stunning features. Thus, a home seller who dedicates the necessary time and resources to bolster a house's interior and exterior can increase the likelihood of hosting a successful open house.

To improve a home's interior, a home seller can scrub the floors, clean the walls and ceilings and perform assorted home interior maintenance and improvements. In addition, a home seller should depersonalize and declutter a home's interior as much as possible.

Comparatively, to enhance a house's exterior, a home seller should mow the front lawn, clear debris and dust from exterior walkways and ensure the house looks great to passers-by. With simple home exterior improvements, a home seller can boost a house's curb appeal and help a home stand out from other available residences.

3. Your Real Estate Agent

Let's face it prepping for an open house can be stressful. However, a real estate agent can help a home seller get ready for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

A real estate agent will help a home seller prepare his or her residence for an open house. Next, he or she will promote the open house to potential homebuyers and collect feedback from them throughout the event.

After an open house reaches its conclusion, a real estate agent will offer honest, unbiased insights into the event. He or she also will keep you up to date about any potential home offers and ensure you can make informed home selling decisions.

Take the guesswork out of preparing for an open house. Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can get your residence ready for an open house in no time at all.




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