Paul W Sullivan & Assoc



Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 2/22/2019


3 Rosemary Lane , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$1,195,000
Price

9
Total Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Mayflower Beach area......new 4 bedroom ....short walk to Mayflower beach, Chapin's, and Gina's. Open floor plan, high ceilings, gas fireplace, granite counters, custom wood painted cabinets, hardwood floors throughout. The interior and exterior finishes will make this a very special home. Central A/C, outdoor shower, large stone patio, gas firepit and professionally landscaped. High end appliances. The lower level is finished with window wells and walk out with a full bathroom. Great area for the kids! Now is the time to create those family memories! Owner/Broker
Open House
Saturday
February 23 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Please come see this lovely newly constructed home 1/10th of a mile to Bay View/Mayflower Beach.
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Location: 3 Rosemary Lane , Dennis, MA 02638    Get Directions

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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 2/17/2019

Whether you're trying to balance your household budget or save money to buy your first house, discount coupons can help.

Coupons alone are not a panacea that will cure budgetary woes or enable you to quickly save up for a real estate down payment, but they can play a role in achieving your financial goals.

Building up your financial nest egg or saving thousands for a down payment requires planning, organization, and motivation. While this may sound like a steep mountain to climb, the biggest challenge involves examining your values and overcoming self-limiting habits and beliefs. If you're convinced, for example, that it's impossible to save money and get ahead, then those beliefs will slow you down, if not sabotage your progress, completely.

There are a lot of reasons why discount coupons are not an effective money-saving strategy for many people, but it often boils down to three things:

  1. Disorganization: Although coupons are a marketing tool used by businesses to get consumers to buy more products and services, it's often a "win-win" situation. If a coupon happens to be for product that you need or would ordinarily buy, then it's like having extra money in your wallet. For some people, putting the coupons IN their wallet is a good way to make sure they have them when they're at the checkout counter or drive through.
  2. Pride: There's nothing undignified about using coupons, unless you have such a large stack of them that you're causing people behind you to roll their eyes, sigh loudly, or grumble under their breaths! And speaking of misplaced pride: If you're over 60, don't hesitate to claim your senior citizen discounts at restaurants, the theater, movies, public transportation, museums, car rental places, and hotels. Those savings can really add up!
  3. Lack of planning: When your trips to the grocery store are planned, rather than sponteous, you're a lot more likely to remember your coupons and your shopping list. By having your coupons with you and knowing what you need to buy, you'll be more focused and tend to spend less money on impulse items.
Effectively managing your household budget or saving money for a house down payment is usually the result of multiple strategies, rather than just using coupons or doing comparison shopping. One of the first steps to gaining control over your finances involves examining your cash flow situation. Itemizing your expenses and deducting them from your income will give you a clearer idea of where your money is going and how much you have left at the end of the month. By listing your expenses and disposable income, you can often identify "leaks" in your cash flow and find ways to stretch your dollar farther. When you assign yourself the job of "gatekeeper," you'll be surprised at the many ways there are to tighten your belt, without making major sacrifices in your lifestyle.





Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 2/15/2019

This Single-Family in Yarmouth, MA recently sold for $392,500. This Ranch style home was sold by - Paul W Sullivan & Assoc.


25 Woodcrest Lane , Yarmouth, MA 02673

West Yarmouth

Single-Family

$399,900
Price
$392,500
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Lovely and well-maintained three bedroom, two bath ranch with one car garage is ready for a new owner. An inviting, bright family room is the centerpiece of the home and features hardwood floors and fireplace. A well-thought-out, spacious kitchen includes Corian countertops, and a pantry with washer and dryer hook-up. The dining area has ample room for entertaining, and sliders lead to a sizable deck which has an outdoor shower. New roof, cedar shingles and Azek trim in 2015. Steps to town owned land, and walking trails to Bassets Lot Pond and Bayberry Golf Course.

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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 2/14/2019


50 Apollo Drive , Barnstable, MA 02668

West Barnstable

Single-Family

$532,500
Price

10
Total Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This 4 Bedroom & 2.5 Bath Home is located in a quiet neighborhood on a 1.15 acre lot in the quaint Cape Cod Village of West Barnstable. The home has gone through many renovations which include a new septic system, new cherry kitchen cabinets with granite countertops, kitchen island & service bar. A lovely family room { 24 x 24 } sits off the kitchen. A new gas furnace has also been added.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Paul W Sullivan & Assoc on 2/10/2019

If you plan to sell a house, it can be easy to try to rush through the home selling cycle. However, doing so may do more harm than good, particularly for home sellers who want to maximize their profits.

Ultimately, a wait and see approach can be beneficial for a home seller. Some of the key reasons to consider taking a wait and see approach to selling a house include:

1. You can clean your house from top to bottom.

A messy home is unlikely to generate interest from large groups of homebuyers. Comparatively, a neat, tidy and pristine home is sure to stir up plenty of interest once it reaches the real estate market.

If you spend some time enhancing your house's interior and exterior, the benefits can be substantial. In addition to making your residence more attractive to homebuyers, you may be able to raise your chances of receiving offers at or above your initial asking price.

To clean your house's interior, you should spend some time mopping the floors, wiping down walls and ceilings and doing whatever you can to make each room look great. Meanwhile, to improve your house's exterior, you may want to mow the front lawn, trim the hedges and do everything possible to ensure your house has plenty of curb appeal.

2. You can conduct a comprehensive home appraisal.

A home seller who immediately adds a residence to the real estate market might not understand what his or her house is worth based on the current housing market's conditions. As such, this home seller risks pricing his or her house too high or too low.

Conversely, if you perform a home appraisal, you can set a competitive price for your residence from day one. This appraisal also will enable you to identify your home's strengths and weaknesses and find ways to transform assorted weaknesses into strengths.

Employ an experienced home appraiser to evaluate your house you'll be glad you did. With a top-notch home appraiser at your side, you can receive the expert insights that you need to price your house appropriately.

3. You can discover the right real estate agent.

When it comes to selling a house, why should you be forced to work with an inferior real estate agent? Unfortunately, if you rush to add your residence to the real estate market, you may select the first real estate agent that you meet. And in this scenario, you risk making a poor choice.

On the other hand, a home seller who takes a wait and see approach can spend some time evaluating many real estate agents. Then, this home seller can make an informed selection and increase his or her chances of enjoying a successful home selling experience.

There is no reason to hurry through the home selling journey. Instead, deploy a wait and see approach, and you should have no trouble remaining patient and capitalizing on the right opportunities to maximize the value of your house.




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