Thomas Murphy - Pine Shores Real Estate



Posted by Thomas Murphy on 9/19/2017

This Single-Family in Dennis, MA recently sold for $167,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Thomas Murphy - Pine Shores Real Estate.


65 Siasconset Avenue , Dennis, MA 02639

Dennisport

Single-Family

$179,000
Price
$167,000
Sale Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Cheap-o price. In the beach area of Dennisport Could be brought back to its cute beach cottage style but will need some work. Buyer will be responsible for septic system. Being sold ''AS IS''. Prefer cash OFFERS. I am told it is not in Flood zone. Conner gentle sloping lot with woods across the street. You could be the one to make it happen!

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Thomas Murphy on 8/28/2017

This Single-Family in Yarmouth, MA recently sold for $270,000. This Cape style home was sold by Thomas Murphy - Pine Shores Real Estate.


20 Bulter Avenue , Yarmouth, MA

West Yarmouth

Single-Family

$255,000
Price
$270,000
Sale Price

7
Total Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This is a large home, over 4,000 Sq. Ft. that will need work. Located across the street form a town maintained Park with open space, basketball court, and swings. Also, just around the corner, .2tenths of a mile, form private deeded association beach on Big Sandy Pond!!! Well under the price of other homes on the street that are for sale. Be bold, be confident and bring your ideas. There is so many possibilities Being Sold ''AS IS''

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Thomas Murphy on 8/10/2017


65 Siasconset Avenue , Dennis, MA

Dennisport

Single-Family

$179,000
Price

4
Total Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Cheap-o price. In the beach area of Dennisport Could be brought back to its cute beach cottage style but will need some work. Buyer will be responsible for septic system. Being sold ''AS IS''. Prefer cash OFFERS. I am told it is not in Flood zone. Conner gentle sloping lot with woods across the street. You could be the one to make it happen!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Thomas Murphy on 7/16/2017

Because you know how much time, energy and money it takes to buy, move into and furnish a house, you're more than ready to buy one or more great gifts for relatives or friends who are about to become new homeowners. You've even offered to help your friends pack at their current home and unpack at their new house.

Ideas that could help you find the right gifts for new homeowners

If only you could think of a great gift to give the new homeowners. If this is the first time that your relatives or friends have moved out and lived on their own, deciding on what to get them could be easy, as they might not have any appliances, linen or furniture.

It could be tougher to choose a great gift if your friends or relatives have been living on their own for awhile and are moving from an apartment to a house. Even if the new homeowners have lived in an apartment for one or more years, they may love receiving these gifts:

  • Family size washer and dryer - Apartment dwellers may have a washer and dryer, but not floor size laundry appliances. They'll appreciate being able to load enough clothes into a washer and dryer to go from washing clothes two or more times a week to only washing laundry once a week.
  • Dishwasher - Go for this gift only if you know that the homeowners will use the appliance. Everyone doesn't use a dishwasher, some people opting to wash and dry dishes and pots and pans by hand.
  • Dinette set - A dinette set is a great gift for new homeowners because this furniture can be used to dine with. A dinette set can also be used as furniture to accommodate guests. Chairs at the dinette set can also serve as makeshift living room furniture until the new homeowners get a sofa and chair.
  • Pots and pans - Stainless steel pots and pans can last years, even if the homeowners are avid cooks.
  • Lamps - Decorative lamps work well in so many rooms, including a living room, den, finished basement, attic and in a bedroom.
  • Window treatments - Visit the new homeowners' place before you get window treatments. Blinds and shades are safe gifts, because homeowners can always hang drapes or curtains over blinds and shades.
  • Towels - A set of six towels can give new homeowners enough bathroom linen to wash with for several weeks.
  • Vacuum cleaner - It might not sound like an attractive gift, but a vacuum cleaner is one of the more frequently used appliances in a home.

Get the new homeowners in your life great gifts and you'll leave a lasting impression. You can help to put your friends or relatives closer to being truly independent as they move into their own place. Don't be surprised to see your gifts in your loved ones homes months, perhaps years, after they move into their new house.




Categories: Uncategorized  


Posted by Thomas Murphy on 7/2/2017

Want to boost your home's value? Completing home improvement projects enables you to do just that, as you can perform these tasks regularly to maximize the value of your residence. So which home improvement projects should you prioritize? Here's a closer look at three important home improvement tasks that every home seller should consider: 1. Painting the walls. Picking up a can of paint and various paint supplies ensures you can revitalize the walls in any room of your home instantly. Over an extended period of time, the paint on your home's walls may start to chip or peel. However, adding a fresh coat or paint (or two) to your residence's walls serves as an inexpensive way to transform bland, unattractive walls into visually appealing ones. Devoting even a few hours to paint the walls of your home can help you boost your home's value. And ultimately, your new paint job may allowyou to receive multiple offers at or above your asking price, too. 2. Installing a water filtration system. Does your kitchen have a water filtration system? If not, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to increaseyour residence's value. A water filtration system offers multiple benefits, as it ensures a homebuyer won't necessarily have to worry about buyingbottled water if he or she purchasesyour residence. Plus, this system is one of many features that may help differentiate your home from others in a highly competitive real estate market, thus making your residence that much more appealing to homebuyers. Installing a water filtration usually is fast and easyas well. Furthermore, you won't have to worry about breaking your home improvement budget to complete this project. 3. Cleaning up the front lawn. High grass and weeds will damage your home's curb appeal and may significantly reduce your chances of a quick sale. On the other hand, spending some time mowing the lawn, raking leaves and performing other essential front lawn care tasks can deliver long-lasting benefits. A clean front lawn likely is one of the first things a homebuyer will notice about your home. And home sellerswho are committed to maintaining a pristine front lawn can improve their home's value and their chances of a quick sale. Also, maintaining your front lawn can be easy if you spend even an hourperday performing yard work. Or for those who want to avoid lawn work altogether, professional landscapers typically are available that can keep your front lawn in great shape until your home sells. As a home seller, you'll want to take the necessary steps to up your home's value before you add your home to the real estate market. And with any of the aforementioned home improvement projects, you'll be better equipped to boost the value of your home quickly and efficiently. Stay focused on increasing your home's value consistently and keeping your residence in excellent shape. By doing so, you'll be able to keep your eyes on the prize maximizing your home's value and selling your residence to the highest bidder.