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Posted by Five College REALTORS ® on 2/20/2018

This Single-Family in Sunderland, MA recently sold for $299,000. This Ranch style home was sold by - Five College REALTORS ®.


266 Hadley Rd., Sunderland, MA 01375

Single-Family

$315,000
Price
$299,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Enjoy single level living on this sunny open lot with views of Mt. Toby & Pelham Hills, minutes from UMass & Amherst center. Stylish and practical, this1650 sq. ft. Ranch style home with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths, attached sun porch and attached two car garage was built in 1986. Updates include kitchen, baths, oak flooring in dining room & living room, central A/C and central vacuum, new dishwasher and garage door. Features include wood doors and trim work, brick fireplace, slate foyer, thermo-pane windows. Unique partially stone exterior, stone walkway & slate front porch as well as slate patio in the back. Huge basement for possible finishing. Additional storage above the garage. Plenty of space for gardens or outdoor enjoyment.

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Posted by Five College REALTORS ® on 2/20/2018


3 Bayberry Ln, Hadley, MA 01035

Single-Family

$687,500
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Well designed Contemporary home offers an exceptional floor plan with attention to detail. Located on a quiet cul de sac street and nestled on a beautifully landscaped .69 acre open lot with mature treed back drop is this handsome home. In immaculate condition and offering hardwood and tile floors throughout, the light bright rooms will not disappoint. Cathedral ceilings along with oversized windows add to the ambiance - first floor Master bedroom suite includes his/hers walk in closets with luxurious bath as well as an adjacent in-home office. Recently finished lower level offers an exercise/play room as well as media room with wet bar. Multi tiered mahogany/trex deck with lower level fire pit area is a great place for entertaining and family fun. Three car garage with heated floors, 2 gas fireplaces,inground sprinkler system with dedicated well a plus. Within minutes of area schools, shopping & major routes. Meticulous! Memorable! Matchless!
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February 25 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by Five College REALTORS ® on 2/20/2018


3 Bayberry Ln, Hadley, MA 01035

Single-Family

$687,500
Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Well designed Contemporary home offers an exceptional floor plan with attention to detail. Located on a quiet cul de sac street and nestled on a beautifully landscaped .69 acre open lot with mature treed back drop is this handsome home. In immaculate condition and offering hardwood and tile floors throughout, the light bright rooms will not disappoint. Cathedral ceilings along with oversized windows add to the ambiance - first floor Master bedroom suite includes his/hers walk in closets with luxurious bath as well as an adjacent in-home office. Recently finished lower level offers an exercise/play room as well as media room with wet bar. Multi tiered mahogany/trex deck with lower level fire pit area is a great place for entertaining and family fun. Three car garage with heated floors, 2 gas fireplaces,inground sprinkler system with dedicated well a plus. Within minutes of area schools, shopping & major routes. Meticulous! Memorable! Matchless!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Five College REALTORS ® on 2/19/2018

This Single-Family in Amherst, MA recently sold for $648,525. This Contemporary style home was sold by - Five College REALTORS ®.


61 Tanglewood Rd, Amherst, MA 01002

Single-Family

$674,900
Price
$648,525
Sale Price

10
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Your dream home is waiting for your arrival! The minute you walk through the door expect to be impressed. This custom ,quality built home by well known builder Henry Whitlock will embrace you from the start. The perfect home for holiday entertaining and enough room for your overnight guests in their own private suite. Truly there are too many amenities to list and must be viewed to be appreciated. Come enjoy your breakfast on the patio and glorious sunsets in the evening on your choice of decks . Don't forget those cold winter nights spent relaxing by one of your 3 fireplaces. This is a truly remarkable home built with every attention to detail. Beautifully located at the end of a cul de sac. Call today for your special viewing.

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Posted by Five College REALTORS ® on 2/18/2018

If you live in one state, but are trying to buy a home in another state, you’ll face some obvious challenges. There’s certain steps that you can take to help you get through the home buying process in another state. Whether you’re buying a vacation home, or are in a complete transition, you’ll need to follow a few steps to make life easier for you. 


Know How Much Time You Have


First, you’ll need to ask yourself when you’re planning to move. If you have flexibility and are planning a trip to the new state before you need to move, that paints a much different picture than a more rushed move. Consider:


  • The time it will take to sell your current home
  • When the closing will be on the new home


Keep that timeline in mind.


You’ll definitely want to hire a realtor to handle everything for you on both ends when you’re in this situation. A Realtor’s knowledge and experience is definitely worth it to help you.


Get Your Finances In Order


You’ll need to apply for a loan on the home you’re buying in the new state. You should start by getting pre-approved for a mortgage in that state. You don’t want all of your important paperwork to be buried in the midst of packing and moving. Also, you’ll need to have that loan secured before you even head to the new state to close on the home. Everything should be in order. This situation may be more challenging for you than a typical home purchase. Since big purchases affect your credit score, you’ll need to hold off on buying a car, furniture, or any major appliances that you may need. 


Get As Much Information As You Can


As a buyer who is from out of state, you’ll need to do your homework. Maybe you have visited the state many times before. Perhaps you know nothing about it. The more you know ahead of time, the easier that your transition will be. You’ll need to find recommendations about which neighborhood to search in. You’ll also want to learn a bit more about the lifestyle the area provides for activities like dining, entertainment, and recreation. You can learn a lot in the internet, but talking to locals- even a local realtor- can help you to find the right spot to live in. 


Find The Right Realtors


You’ll need to find the right realtors in both your home state and the state that you’re moving to. The seller’s agent will assist you in getting your old home sold. From marketing the listing to home showings to sending you all of the paperwork that you’ll need to sign, a seller’s agent is very valuable to someone who needs to move out of one state and into another. 


The buyer’s agent can help you in your new state, communicating with you on new listings and advising you on the neighborhoods that you’ll be the most happy in. Hiring these two realtors may be one of the most important steps in your feat of moving across two different states.


With the resources that are available online, moving from state-to-state isn't as hard as it may seem. Do your research for a smooth transition. Happy moving!




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