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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 8/19/2018

No one should be forced to deal with a long, complicated home selling journey. Fortunately, there are many things a seller can do to navigate the property selling journey like a pro.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you enjoy a quick, profitable home selling experience.

1. Analyze the Housing Market

You may have entered the housing market in the hopes of enjoying a seamless property selling experience. Yet the real estate market offers no guarantees. But if you analyze the housing sector closely, you can gain the insights you need to price your home appropriately based on the present market's conditions.

Take a look at the prices of available homes in your city or town that are similar to your own. This housing market data can help you see how your residence stacks up against the competition. It also may help you determine how to price your residence so you can ensure it garners lots of attention from potential buyers.

Furthermore, don't forget to assess the prices of recently sold houses in your area, as well as how long these residences were available before they sold. If homes are selling quickly, a seller's market may be in place. Or, if homes linger on the real estate market for many weeks or months, the current housing sector may favor sellers.

2. Perform Home Upgrades

For those who want to speed up the home selling process, improving your house's curb appeal is ideal. Because if your home boasts amazing curb appeal, you can make it easy for buyers to fall in love with your house.

To bolster your residence's curb appeal, you should mow the lawn, repair any damaged siding and perform other home exterior improvements. That way, your house is sure to impress buyers as soon as they see it for the first time.

In addition, allocate time and resources to transform your home's interior from drab to fab. If each room of your home dazzles, buyers will have no trouble envisioning what life may be like if they purchase your house.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

Generally, it helps to hire a real estate agent if you are selling your home. And if you have a real estate agent at your side, you can quickly and effortlessly promote your residence to the right groups of buyers.

A real estate agent will offer recommendations to help you upgrade your residence's interior and exterior, set up home showings and open house events and much more. Plus, if you are ever unsure about how to proceed along the property selling journey, he or she is happy to offer home selling advice.

For those who prepare for the home selling journey, it may not take long to sell a house. If you take advantage of the aforementioned tips, you can plan ahead for each stage of the property selling journey. As such, you will be able to navigate this journey like a pro.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 8/16/2018

This Multi-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $550,000. This style home was sold by Danielle Lozzi - M. Celata Real Estate.

123-125 Lawrence St, Malden, MA 02148


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Sold as is AS seen, Needs a bit of TLC to bring this great 2 family back to life. Family owned for over fifty years. 1st floor offers 2 bedrooms, living room/Dining room and kitchen. 2nd floor offers living room, dining room, kitchen, back sunroom(heated) and 3 bedrooms. Good size back yard to have summer barbecues and quality family time. AMPLE Off Street parking and shed. Convenient to highways, public transportation and schools. May not qualify for FHA

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 8/13/2018

123 Business Opportunity St, Cambridge, MA 02140

Business Opportunity


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LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Conveniently located on Mass Ave; between Porter Square and Alewife Brook Parkway. Seller is willing to finance qualified buyer up to 40%. Come make an offer! Fully functional kitchen keep food specialty as is or create your own. All the equipment needed to continue running a successful restaurant. Rent is extremely low for the location and lease is transferable to new restaurant owner. 5 booths offering seating for 20. Gas cook top, large commercial refrigerator, separate wok grill, and all necessary catering equipment; ALL equipment included in sale. POS system leased.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 8/12/2018

When moving one of the room most families dread packing the most is their child’s. Overflowing toy boxes, stuff crammed under the beds, and who know’s what in the closet. It’s an epic task to take on, usually with just as much cleaning needed as packing. But with a move comes a new room and a clean slate. 

Here are my top tips to keeping an organized child’s room (and for longer than 2 hours):

The most important step is to downscale the amount of stuff your child has. Toys are usually the number one culprit when it comes to a child’s clutter. Plan a day to have a massive clean sweep with your child where you work together what toys stay and which need to go. The more you can clean out the less you’ll have to move and the easier it will be to organize at the new house.

As you decide what stays think about the different categories the remaining toys fall into it. Which does your child reach for the most? Do they like to play with trains and action figures at the same time but just legos by themselves? Asking yourself these questions will help you to create organizational categories that make sense to your child.

Once you have some categories decided on, think about how to organize them. What systems do you already have in place and how do they work for your child? One of the biggest stumbling blocks families face in maintaining an organized home with children is a lack of understanding for how much a child can handle.

Keeping things simple with baskets and buckets toys can be placed in can make a huge difference in how tidy a room stays. Zippered, closed, sectioned or stacked containers, especially for young children, are harder to manage. Paired with piles of toys a child can become quickly overwhelmed at cleanup time.

By cutting down on the number of toys your child has, organizing them in a way that makes sense to how your child plays with them and opting for open containers sets your child up for cleaning success. The simpler you can make it the easier it is for them to take on the task. Pairing this setup with learning habits like cleaning up one set of toys before moving on to another will keep your child’s room tidy for months, and even years, to come.

And the biggest secret to avoid clutter from building up again? Before each birthday, holiday or gift receiving event go through your child’s toy collection and clean out what they no longer use to make room for new toys. If you want to go even further, encourage friends and family to gift your child experiences instead of material goods for celebrations.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 8/7/2018

Family owned for 50 years, now is the time for a new family. Make this loved home yours; priced right for you to have a little extra to update to your taste. Solid home with ample parking and a great back yard for entertainment. Enter into the 4 season porch to the open foyer. Side stairs to upper level wrapping around to hall landing. Eat in kitchen just waiting for modernizing. Living Room and Dining Room with high ceilings making it open and inviting. 2nd level offers 3 good size bedrooms with a bonus room in front of house just waiting for your whatever your imagination brings. Full tiled bath on 2nd level. Unfinished basement walks out to driveway and has the highest ceilings giving a new owner options for additional living space (buyers to perform own due diligence). Updated electric 4 years old. DO NOT WALK PROPERTY, DO NOT DISTURB OWNER

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