Kathy Zeamer | Hadley Real Estate, Amherst Real Estate, North Hampton Real Estate


You may have been looking at homes online for awhile. You might have set up a search to allow properties that meet a certain search criteria to reach your inbox. At some point, you’re going to be heading to open houses, seeing homes firsthand. Whether you tour the home during an open house, or set up a private showing with your realtor, you’ll want to make the most out of your home searches. Each showing is for a limited amount of time, making the time you spend at each home crucial to your search. 


Select The Right Homes To View


You’ll need t narrow down the list of homes from your online search that you’d actually like to see in person. Some ways to easily narrow down the properties are:


  • Look at property details and photos of the property at least a few times. 
  • Ask questions before you go so your realtor can get researching.
  • Ask your realtor if they have similar properties available in their database.


Don’t Look If You Can’t Afford It


It’s a good idea to know your budget before you go and see homes. You don’t want to fall in love with a home that you can’t afford. you want to be more realistic in your approach to what type of home you can afford. 

The listing price comes from a variety of factors including the view, the square footage of the home, the location and more. Similar homes will have similar price tags. If you stick with homes in your budget range, your search will be much easier. 


Understand How Home Showings Are Scheduled


Real estate agents can schedule private home showings for you. You are able to send your agent every listing that you want to see, and they’ll advise you on it and make arrangements. A good agent will think of all the factors that are involved in scheduling the showings including planning the appointment windows and calculating the driving distances. This way, you’ll know how many homes you can realistically see in a certain time frame. Your real estate agent will be able to make all of the calls needed for you and schedule the showings accordingly.    


When you hire a real estate agent, you’ll have a professional by your side to walk you through each home. With someone there to help you see both the pros and cons of a property, you’ll be able to make an informed decision for your home purchase. Your agent can guide you in everything from the state of the real estate market itself to the neighborhood that yoau’re looking to move into. When it comes to making the most of home showings, the biggest piece of advice that you can take is to not go it alone. This is why having a realtor is a great asset!  


Choosing a front door color for your home can be a difficult feat. While the exterior color of your home is a big decision, it’s often the accents that go along with the base that is an even bigger debate in one’s mind. Typically, your front door will be a different color than the rest of the home. It may seem like a bold decision to have the color of your front door “pop” out from the rest of the home. It’s not that much of a stretch to pick an odd color for the front door. When you pick the right shade, your home will stand out in a good way. The key is in picking a shade that contrasts well with the main color of your home. Here’s some thoughts on the colors that may make the perfect front door hue: Green Green is a perfect color that is relevant the whole year through. From the brightness of spring to the dark of winter, it’s difficult to go wrong with green. There’s many, many different shades of green from celery green to forest, there’s sure to be a shade that will go well with your house. Green shades pair well with grays, blues, browns and tans. Blue Blue is another color with endless shades. The problem with a light blue door is that it wouldn’t stand out very well from the rest of your home. If you decide that blue will go best as a front door color on your home, go for a darker version. It will make a dramatic statement. White If your home is a darker color, white could be a great color for you to paint your door. While white seems kind of boring, it will certainly stand out if your home’s main color is a darker red, blue, or even a gray. Red Red is a bold color for a front door. If your house is a shade of tan or gray, red may be just the color your front door needs. Red is certainly a color that provides a warm welcome to everyone who comes through the door! Yellow Yellow is another bold, stand-out color that you can paint your front door. Yellow pairs well with many grays and shades of tan and white. This bold color will pop out just enough to make your front door give off a sunny vibe for a warm welcome. Whether you want your home to give off a formal vibe or a more relaxed one, there’s a color for your front door. Remember that your front door is only one piece of what gives your home the curb appeal you’re looking for.

Beautifully maintained home on a quiet cul-de-sac with distant backyard views. This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath newer Colonial home is spic-n-span clean, nicely updated, and move-in ready. You'll love the tiled mudroom with access to the garage and yard, built-in bench, closet, and washer/dryer. The large screened porch is where you'll spend evenings looking out over the well manicured lawn with mature trees, gardens, deck, patio, and Mt. Tom in the distance. Sunlight fills the cozy kitchen which has updated cabinets and counters, a Corian island, pantry, and newer appliances. The tiled first floor half bath is an added plus! Upstairs are four bedrooms -- one currently being used as a home office -- plus a full bath and Master with private bath. The 2-car attached garage has a work bench and pull-down stairs with storage above. The basement has ample storage and room for exercise equipment. The setting and impeccable condition of this home make it a rare find it today's market. Welcome home!

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2 Wellington Circle, Easthampton, MA 01027

Single-Family

$369,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained home on a quiet cul-de-sac with distant backyard views. This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath newer Colonial home is spic-n-span clean, nicely updated, and move-in ready. You'll love the tiled mudroom with access to the garage and yard, built-in bench, closet, and washer/dryer. The large screened porch is where you'll spend evenings looking out over the well manicured lawn with mature trees, gardens, deck, patio, and Mt. Tom in the distance. Sunlight fills the cozy kitchen which has updated cabinets and counters, a Corian island, pantry, and newer appliances. The tiled first floor half bath is an added plus! Upstairs are four bedrooms -- one currently being used as a home office -- plus a full bath and Master with private bath. The 2-car attached garage has a work bench and pull-down stairs with storage above. The basement has ample storage and room for exercise equipment. The setting and impeccable condition of this home make it a rare find it today's market. Welcome home!
Open House
Saturday
July 07 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2 Wellington Circle, Easthampton, MA 01027    Get Directions

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2 Wellington Circle, Easthampton, MA 01027

Single-Family

$369,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained home on a quiet cul-de-sac with distant backyard views. This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath newer Colonial home is spic-n-span clean, nicely updated, and move-in ready. You'll love the tiled mudroom with access to the garage and yard, built-in bench, closet, and washer/dryer. The large screened porch is where you'll spend evenings looking out over the well manicured lawn with mature trees, gardens, deck, patio, and Mt. Tom in the distance. Sunlight fills the cozy kitchen which has updated cabinets and counters, a Corian island, pantry, and newer appliances. The tiled first floor half bath is an added plus! Upstairs are four bedrooms -- one currently being used as a home office -- plus a full bath and Master with private bath. The 2-car attached garage has a work bench and pull-down stairs with storage above. The basement has ample storage and room for exercise equipment. The setting and impeccable condition of this home make it a rare find it today's market. Welcome home!
Open House
Saturday
July 07 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 2 Wellington Circle, Easthampton, MA 01027    Get Directions

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