J. Pelissier Real Estate | Monson Real Estate, Palmer Real Estate, Brimfield Real Estate



155 Old Palmer Road, Brimfield, MA 01010

Single-Family

$214,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Beautifully maintained Ranch in a great country location with wide open floor plan. Vaulted ceilings and exposed beams and wide wood floors in the kitchen, dining, and living area. The kitchen has custom metal counter tops and stainless-steel appliances. Dining area is perfect size for family gatherings, brick fire place, Full custom tiled bathroom has tub and full shower. 2 spacious bedrooms completes the main level. Finished basement with wet bar along with another bath w/ shower Great for play room or 2nd living room. Could have a pellet or wood stove . There is space in basement to create 3rd bdrm if needed. Beautiful maintained grounds. Perennial beds, koi pond, and fire pit. Home is located within the Tantasqua school district. Great commuter location close to Rt 20 and just minutes to MA Pike.
Open House
Sunday
November 26 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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If you want to buy a house, it pays to enter the real estate market with a checklist in hand. That way, you can streamline the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Now, let's take a look at three things to include in your homebuying checklist.

1. Your Budget

Your budget will dictate whether you're able to afford a condo, luxury home or something in-between. As such, you'll want to assess your finances closely as you determine exactly what type of house that you can afford.

Oftentimes, it helps to get a copy of your credit report. You are eligible to receive one free copy of your credit report annually from each of the three credit reporting bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion). If you know your credit score, you can determine whether now is a good time to enter the real estate market, or whether you should improve your credit score first.

You may want to consult with several banks and credit unions too. These financial institutions can teach you about various mortgage options and help get pre-approved for a mortgage. Then, once you have a mortgage, you'll know exactly how much you can spend on a house and tailor your home search accordingly.

2. Where You Want to Live

Living in the suburbs is very different from residing in the city. Therefore, you'll want to consider where you want to live so that you can search for a home in specific areas.

For example, if you prefer the peace and quiet of a small town, you may want to consider houses in small towns in the state of your choice. These towns may feature dozens of available homes. Plus, in many instances, small town houses are priced lower than big city residences.

Or, if you enjoy the hustle and bustle of the big city, you can search for residences in any city, at any time. These houses likely will ensure that you'll have quick, easy access to a variety of big city attractions and landmarks.

3. Real Estate Agent

There is no telling whether you're about to enter a seller's or buyer's market, as the housing sector often fluctuates. Fortunately, if you hire a real estate agent, you can increase the likelihood of a quick, successful homebuying experience, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

A real estate agent is committed to your homebuying success and will do what it takes to help you find the right home, at the right price. He or she will learn about your homebuying goals and offer expert insights into the real estate market. Also, if you ever have homebuying concerns or questions, a real estate agent is available to address them.

For those who want to streamline the homebuying process, it helps to hire a real estate agent. And if you hire a real estate agent today, you can get the assistance that you need to make your homeownership dream come true.

Get started on your homebuying checklist, and you can simplify the process of acquiring your ideal residence.


This Single-Family in Palmer, MA recently sold for $117,500. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Monson - J. Pelissier Real Estate.


144 River St, Palmer, MA 01069

Single-Family

$115,000
Price
$117,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Investors take notice! Some paint and sweat equity will go a long way with this home. Five rooms, three bedrooms, one bath and additional living area in the three season enclosed porch. Newer roof, large lot, seasonal views of the river and your own apple tree!. Come take a look and bring your imagination! What could you do to make this home shine again??

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155 Old Palmer Road, Brimfield, MA 01010

Single-Family

$214,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
2
Baths
Beautifully maintained Ranch in a great country location with wide open floor plan. Vaulted ceilings and exposed beams and wide wood floors in the kitchen, dining, and living area. The kitchen has custom metal counter tops and stainless-steel appliances. Dining area is perfect size for family gatherings, brick fire place, Full custom tiled bathroom has tub and full shower. 2 spacious bedrooms completes the main level. Finished basement with wet bar along with another bath w/ shower Great for play room or 2nd living room. Could have a pellet or wood stove . There is space in basement to create 3rd bdrm if needed. Beautiful maintained grounds. Perennial beds, koi pond, and fire pit. Home is located within the Tantasqua school district. Great commuter location close to Rt 20 and just minutes to MA Pike.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Buying a home will likely be the most important and expensive purchase you ever make. And, although that might seem like a scary commitment, it’s one well worth it. It’s an investment in your future. There are many benefits or perks that come with owning a home.

Equity: Owning your own home typically comes with gaining equity. Every month that you pay your mortgage, you are increasing your equity. And as long as the market continue upwards, your home and the equity you’ve gained will hold significant value.

Privacy: Privacy is a large perk of owning your own home. This is more so possible when owning a single-family home in a rural location, but many duplexes and condos also provide opportunities for privacy. And in many cases, since you own the home,you can put up your own privacy such as planting arborvitae trees along your properties edge.

Tax Advantages: One of the biggest perks when owning a home is the ability to deduct mortgage interest on your federal income taxes. This will be a significant amount for the first few years of your mortgage, making this a huge benefit. Although, the amount of interest paid decreases over the years, there will still be deductible interest paid in the last few years of your mortgage.

Space: Houses will almost always provide you with more space than an apartment—and it will certainly have more space than your childhood bedroom. The space will be all yours, which means not having to share with other renters or your parents. Of course, home location and the market come into play here, but for the most part you will get more square footage for your money—as landlords charge high rents to cover things like water, electricity, snow removal, or still charge high rent prices and do not cover any of those other expenses.

No restrictions: There are many restrictions that come with renting or living in a condominium. These restrictions could include no pets, parking restrictions, outdoor updating restrictions and many other different types of constraints. When you own your own home, you make the rules. If you want to put up a fence, you can. And if you want to put an addition on your house, you can do that too. Just be sure to check with your town before beginning any construction projects.

Establishment: Buying a home provides you the ability to set down roots, to be established. Although, not a benefit to some, it is to many. Buying a home provides you with ownership and a sense of freedom. You now have the opportunity to invest in something that is yours. You can make updates to the bathrooms, add a pool in the backyard, and paint the front door any color you want—because it’s yours.

A home is often the foundation of one’s life and who can deny its appeal with these perks discussed above? So, what are you waiting for? Start your search today!




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