Richard Bocchieri | West Babylon Real Estate, Babylon Village Real Estate, West Islip Real Estate



This listing recently sold for $505,000.

845 Milligan Ln, West Islip, NY 11795  

Residential
$490,000
Price
$505,000
Sale Price
8
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Mint Split In West Islip School District. This Home Is Great For Entertaining And Guests. Designer Eik Updated 3 Years Ago W/ Beautiful Granite Counter Tops, Under Cabinet Lighting, New S/S Appliances. Windows Updated, Boiler New, There Is A Part Basement And Crawl W/ Ose, Pvc Two Tone Fencing, Security System, Igs, 150 Amp Service. Move In Condition & Ready To Go.


224 N Grove St, Valley Stream, NY 11580  

Residential
$549,990
Price
7
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
2
Baths
Exp.Cape Cod, Partially Renovated On Nice Size Property. This Home Is Located In The Desirable Sd13, Short Distance To Wheeler Ave Elementary School And Fireman's Field. Home Is Located Less Than 1 Mile From Ss Pkwy And Northwell Franklin Hospital. Take 1/2 Hour Ride To Nyc On Lirr, Close To Jones Beach And Long Beach. Village Amenities Include Parks, Library & Pool. Original Owner. #1 Place To Live In Ny According To Money Magazine!
Open House
Sunday
December 09 at 12:00PM to 2:00PM
Location: 224 N Grove St, Valley Stream, NY 11580   


304 George St, West Islip, NY 11795  

Residential
$565,000
Price
8
Total Rooms
4
Bedrooms
2
Baths
Move In Condition Wide Line Exp. Ranch In Parkwood Area. Spacious, Secluded And Private Property W/2 Car Det. Garage. Home Has Vaulted Ceilings, In Wall Oven & Full Unfinished Basement With Crawl Space And Many Updates!
Open House
Sunday
December 09 at 12:00PM to 2:00PM
Location: 304 George St, West Islip, NY 11795   


 

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Let's face it – determining how to price a home is rarely simple for a seller. In some instances, your home may be worth less than you originally paid for it.

Ultimately, if you failed to maintain your house over the years, various home problems may crop up when you decide to list your residence. If these issues go unaddressed, it may be tough for you to maximize your house sale earnings.

With the right approach to preparing your house for the real estate market, you could upgrade your residence in no time at all. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you improve your residence and ensure you can obtain the optimal price for your house.

1. Enhance Your Home's Curb Appeal

How your residence looks in the eyes of potential buyers is key. Because if a buyer falls in love with your house the moment he or she sees it for the first time, you could benefit from a fast, profitable house selling experience.

Improving your home's curb appeal can be quick and simple. For instance, mowing the lawn and trimming the hedges can help you transform an ordinary front lawn into a pristine one. And if you have any damaged or cracked home siding, you should repair it as well.

2. Upgrade Your House's Interior

Ensure your home's heating and cooling system and other internal systems are working properly. If you find there are issues with any of these systems, contact a professional to repair them.

Don't forget to clear clutter from your house, too. If you find your home is filled with assorted knick-knacks and items you no longer need, you can sell these items. Or, you can always donate the items you no longer need to a local charity or give them to family members or friends.

If you maintain a neat, tidy house, buyers are sure to be impressed as soon as they walk through your front door.

3. Conduct a Home Inspection and Appraisal

A home inspection usually is completed before a buyer finalizes their house purchase. Yet a seller who conducts an inspection may identify myriad house problems. They can then take steps to address such issues before listing his or her residence.

Additionally, a home appraisal may be crucial for a seller. During an appraisal, a property expert will examine a home and offer a property valuation. Next, a seller can use this valuation to determine how to price their house.

As you get set to add your home to the real estate market, you also may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional will craft a custom home selling strategy for you. Plus, he or she will do whatever it takes to help you achieve your desired house selling results.

Ready to list your home? Take advantage of these tips, and you may be able to obtain an offer to purchase that matches or exceeds what you originally paid for your house.




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