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Posted by Olivares & Molina Team on 3/21/2018

This Single-Family in Haverhill, MA recently sold for $350,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team - Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.

44 Greenleaf Street, Haverhill, MA 01835



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Turn-key Colonial in desirable Bradford location with 3 large bedrooms and 1 3/4 baths This beautiful home received a complete make-over in 2009. This property is a must see, it features a fully fenced in back yard, new patio, and storage shed less than 1 year old. Low maintenance composite decking on entry ways and vinyl siding. Remodeled kitchen has birch cabinets, granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances, mosaic back-splash & ceramic tile floors. Sliding glass doors from the kitchen exit to the private level back yard. Bright natural light pours in through picture windows in the dining room, which has bamboo hardwood floor. Interior freshly painted and new flooring installed throughout the large living room, hallways, stairs & bedrooms. Plenty of storage in bedroom closets and hall closets. Washer and dryer in basement with plenty of room for extra storage. Convenient commuter location, less than 1 mile to commuter rail, and minutes to route 495. Schedule today

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Posted by Olivares & Molina Team on 3/21/2018

If you intend to list your house, it helps to determine a competitive initial home asking price. That way, you can stir up plenty of interest in your residence as soon as it becomes available.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to establish a competitive price for your home, and these include:

1. You can boost the likelihood of a quick, profitable home sale.

A competitive home price is sure to garner homebuyers' attention. Thus, it may help your house stand out to potential buyers, increasing the likelihood of a quick, profitable home sale.

Oftentimes, it helps to review the prices of comparable houses in your city or town before you list your residence. If you understand the prices of similar homes in your area, you can set a competitive price from day one. With this price in place, you can generate interest in your home and move one step closer to selling your house.

2. You can minimize the risk of alienating potential buyers.

A home's price is one of the key factors that a buyer will consider as he or she evaluates the real estate market. If your home is overpriced based on its age and condition, you risk alienating potential buyers. And if no buyers show interest in your home, you may be forced to lower your home's price down the line.

Setting a competitive home price requires you to take a close look at your residence and examine its pros and cons. If you can identify your house's strengths and weaknesses, you'll be better equipped than ever before to understand the buyer's perspective. Then, you can establish a price in line with buyers' expectations.

Furthermore, it may be beneficial to conduct a home inspection before you list your residence. This inspection enables you to gain comprehensive insights into any underlying home problems. As a result, you can use the inspection to identify any home issues and ensure these problems won't prevent you from maximizing the profits from your home sale.

3. You won't have to worry about selling yourself short.

A competitive home price likely is based on a wide range of housing market data and a house's age and condition. Therefore, it helps minimize the risk that you'll sell yourself short.

By establishing a competitive home price, you can feel confident that your residence is priced fairly. And if you deploy a data-driven approach to selling your house, you should have no trouble establishing a competitive home price.

Lastly, if you need help determining how to price your house, you may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can offer expert insights into the home selling journey and ensure you can list your house at a competitive price. In addition, a real estate agent will do everything possible to help you optimize the value of your home.

Ready to list your residence? Set a competitive price for your house, and you can bolster your chances of enjoying a successful home selling experience.

Posted by Olivares & Molina Team on 3/16/2018

This Single-Family in Lawrence, MA recently sold for $250,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Olivares & Molina Team - Coco, Early & Associates The Olivares, Molina & Alperin Division.

45 Pleasant St, Lawrence, MA 01841


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Full/Half Baths
Corner lot location ranch style home featuring gleaming hardwood floors throughout with a ample sized living room with fireplace, eat in kitchen with granite counters and mosaic back-splash and 3 generous sized bedrooms. Lower level creates endless options with laundry area and tons of storage. Come see your home today! Offers responded to within 24 to 48 hours.

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Posted by Olivares & Molina Team on 3/14/2018

When you decide that you want to buy a home, you probably hope it will all happen overnight for you. There’s some bad news though. It can take between 6 weeks and 6 months to buy a home! It could take even longer if you face a few roadblocks or inventory happens to be low in your area. There’s so many variables when it comes to getting a place to live that everyone has a different experience during their home buying process. 

A Long Road

Even if you decide to buy a home today, and find a home you love tomorrow, there’s a bit of a “grace” period before you actually get to own the home. There’s many different steps that you’ll need to complete in order to successfully secure a home.  


The first step that you need to complete when you want to buy a home is that of getting pre-approved. The lender will look at your debts, income, and credit history in order to get a complete financial snapshot of you. With this information, the lender will be able to tell you just how much house you can afford. This will be given to you in the form of a maximum loan amount. If your loan amount is $300,000, you can’t be shopping for $400,000 homes. The pre-approval process generally only takes a few days, but everyone’s circumstances are different.

Get An Agent

Before you even start on the house search, you’ll need to find a real estate agent who can help you on your home search and knows how to secure the home transaction. Do a little research on agents in your area. You can also ask around amongst your family and fiends to see if they have recommendations. Who you pick for your agent can have an impact on how smooth your home search process and transaction will be. 

Start Searching For A Home

Start your home search online. With today’s technology, online home searches save those shopping for a home a lot of time. By simply looking at details and listing descriptions, you can narrow down the number of homes you‘d like to see in person. The online home search is a way to screen homes and eliminate the ones that you have no interest in. 

It never hurts if you are driving around and see a “for sale” sign. You can take down the address and look it up later. If you’re interested, you can always set up an in-person showing with your realtor.               

How Much Time Should You Expect To Spend? 

When it comes to how long you’ll be searching for a home, you’ll need to be realistic. If you’re only doing casual weekend searches, it could take a bit more time than if you have a bit more flexibility in your schedule. Then, you have the final steps to look forward to which include:

  • Negotiations
  • Mortgage underwriting
  • Escrow
  • Closing

All of these final steps can take varying amounts of time from a few weeks to a few months to complete. Patience and diligence are indeed requirements when it comes to buying a home.

Posted by Olivares & Molina Team on 3/10/2018

199 Newbury St, Lawrence, MA 01841



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Here it is and its available for you to make it home! Great 2 family home with a vinyl sided exterior and offering updated kitchens and baths as well as 3 ample sized bedrooms in each unit and updated heating units. Looking for additional finished room? Come check out the finished lower level with walkout featuring 2 rooms and a full bath. Truly a home not to be missed. See you at our first showing
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Location: 199 Newbury St, Lawrence, MA 01841    Get Directions

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