Tony Nakhle
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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 6/24/2019


49 Overlook Rd, Weymouth, MA 02189

Single-Family

$449,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Short Sale. Home being sold in "as is" condition. Buyer responsible for obtaining final smoke certificate and water reading. some work needed
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Tony Nakhle on 6/23/2019

When you're looking to buy a house, one of the most important steps is making an offer to the seller. Because sellers receive a lot of purchase requests for their property, it is sometimes useful to write a personal letter to accompany your official paperwork. Your message to the seller will explain why you want to buy the home and how you intend to pay for the house including the mortgage details and anticipated closing date. Writing a personal letter won't cost you a penny; it only requires your time and thoughtfulness. Read on for some useful tips on how to write a convincing personal note that will make a difference in your home purchase offer:

- You can type your message as long as you sign it by yourself. It will make it look professional and clean. If you have beautiful, legible handwriting, you can also write the letter.

- Ensure you check your grammar and spellings. A good letter must be correct in its expressions to give the seller the best impression about you. Proper spelling also ensures that you don't upset any seller who may have a dislike for wrong spellings.

- Make sure the length of your letter does not exceed one page. Writing more than a page could be ineffective as it becomes less compelling.

- Address the letter to the seller by the first name. Doing so will allow the seller to connect with your note immediately. It also personalizes the message and lets the seller know that it is not a copy-paste job sent to many people.

- Share something about yourself. Talk about yourself so that the seller can relate to you and your plans. You can mention your family, reasons for buying the home, where you are moving from and other facts. Do not talk about remodeling plans.

- Relay to the owner that you are keen to move forward immediately while respecting their privacy and timeline.

- Restate to the seller that your interest in their home is definite and for the long-term. Giving the seller such assurance will create a sense of security as well as giving him/her the confidence to choose you.

- Mention two or more features that you appreciate about the house and tell the owner why they are important to you. This helps the seller to see why you want the house.

- End your letter by thanking the seller for their interest and wish them good luck with their next plan. Give your message to your real estate agent to attach it to your offer.

Make sure you have your real estate agent read over your letter before sending it to the seller to ensure the best results.




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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 6/16/2019

Have you ever discovered you needed a piece of furniture that you can't readily find or your space requirements leave you with limited choices? Options still exist, and they can be a perfect match not only for your space but for your style as well.

First, identify what you need

Measure the available spot and height. Then, have in mind the type of furniture that you need there. A multi-purpose function is critical if space is an issue. For example, find a small chest of drawers to stand that TV on so that there is extra storage underneath. Knowing what you need is essential since with a couple of strategic steps you could create it, but only if you first determine what the result should be. 

Then, figure out from where the furniture will come 

Some great places to find pieces are thrift stores and garage sales. The furniture will not look the same when you finish, so view it with your creative mind's eye. When shopping for your furniture, it does not have to meet the exact dimensions if you can make adjustments once you bring it home. For example, if you need an end/bedside table for a daybed, but it is hard to find one tall enough, find something that you can work with and change the legs to give it the correct height. 

Next, bring it home

It doesnít quite work yet. It still needs adjustments and probably is not the correct style. Having it already home gives you the ability to see how it fits into the room. Once you have it in its space, you can check that it is suitable, decide the exact corrections that you need to make, and figure out which color selection you will settle on. Take lighting and other colors of the room into consideration. Determine if this piece will match existing colors or be a splash-of-color accent piece.Here is where style becomes a reality.

Finish it up

You can now create the vision that you identified before shopping. One of the simplest ways to change the look of something is with paint. Depending on the style that you are going for the furniture can have one color, marbled coloring, or if youíre a little brave, a design. The option also exists to re-stain it if you happened to have found a wooden piece that you like but has the wrong wood tone. If the sound of marbling is intriguing, take the article outside. Paint the base color as a solid, then water down the second color and lightly paint over the first or dip the brush in and splash it onto the piece until you achieve a design that you like. 

Have fun! 

Think beyond the furniture store! Have fun filling the spaces in your home and making memories in the process. Your handiwork will not only fulfill your furniture need but will become a conversation piece you should be proud of for years to come.




Tags: decorating   Repurpose   furniture  
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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 6/10/2019


8 C W Bishop Ave, Wareham, MA 02558

Onset

Single-Family

$199,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Short sale. Home being sold in "as is" condition. Buyer responsible for final water reading and smoke certificate
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Tony Nakhle on 6/10/2019


19 Rockdale Hill Cir, Upton, MA 01568

Single-Family

$329,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Short Sale. Home being sold in "as is" condition. Buyer responsible to obtain smoke certificate, Title V and final water reading.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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