Jane Coit Real Estate Inc. | Plymouth Real Estate, Kingston Real Estate, Hanover Real Estate

12 State Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360



End unit in Yankee Village. Sought after complex convenient to major highways, shopping, beaches and downtown. Enjoy open concept living featuring, cathedral ceiling in living room with fireplace and wood floors. First floor master bedroom and laundry in unit. Lofted space over looking living room features a living space, bedroom and walk in closet. Come see this for yourself and start living the easy life. Great for first time home buyer, empty nester or as a second home. Complex offers inground pool, clubhouse and tennis courts.
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If you’re trying to sell your home, there are many things you need to think about. One of the reasons that it’s wise to hire a realtor is that they can handle a lot of the difficult stuff for you. From home showings to phone calls to sealing the deal, your realtor will be with you every step of the way. 

One thing that you can do to help your realtor out is trying to avoid things that will scare off buyers in your home. While some things are out of your control (we’re looking at you radon), you can check and remedy a lot of problems before a buyer even sets foot in your home.

Leaky, Aging Roof

Roofs last around 20-25 years. If it’s been forever since you have paid attention to your roof, you’ll need to take a second look before selling. Your buyer is going to either ask for some kind of rebate or go for a home with a newer roof. Roofs are one of the things that home inspectors often see the most problems with.  

Outdated Gutters

If your gutters are in disrepair, you might want to have them cleaned or replace them altogether. Faulty gutters are often what causes problems with the roof. If rain water or snow melt can’t properly drain from the gutters, more leaks may be found in the home.  

Old Appliances

If your appliances are outdated, consider replacing them. Buyers don’t want to move into a new home only to need to head out to buy a new refrigerator, range, or dryer. Buyers like things to be ready for them, and they’re willing to pay for it. You’ll definitely get a return on your investment when you buy new appliances.    

Outdated Or Neglected HVAC System

It’s important to keep up with regular maintenance when it comes to your heating and cooling system. Keep it clean and keep regular maintenance appointments. These systems are costly to repair and buyers do not want to deal with these issues immediately (or ever if they could avoid them!) Get the HVAC system serviced before you put a for sale sign out front to keep your buyers happy throughout the inspection and sale process.   

High Price

Your realtor will be a big help in assisting you to price your home right. They will perform a CMA (comparative market analysis) in order to help you find the sweet spot for pricing your home. An overpriced listing will make buyers wonder. A property must be priced right in order to get buyers through the door to even look at the home.

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $352,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Office Kingston - Jane Coit Real Estate Inc..

23 Jamies Path, Plymouth, MA 02360


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LOCATION..LOCATION..LOCATION.....Own a sizable home at a low price!! Diamond in the Rough has loads of potential with your TLC. Located in an established West Plymouth neighborhood conveniently located close to major highways, commuter rail, shopping, and all that Plymouth has to offer. This quality constructed home offers 3 bedrooms with bonus finished 3rd floor and a great floor-plan. Large eat in kitchen with granite counter's, pantry and center island. Step down into a light and bright generous size family room that has hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings, wood burning fireplace and two sliding glass doors to the back deck. Other features are first floor laundry, 4 floors of living, 2 car garage under, Newer furnace and tankless hot water system installed in 2017. Seller to install new 4 bedroom title V prior to closing. Come see for yourself, BRING YOUR IMAGINATION and tool belt... Renovation Financing available. PLEASE NOTE- Open house scheduled for 10/20 has been cancelled

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This Single-Family in Duxbury, MA recently sold for $729,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Kingston - Jane Coit Real Estate Inc..

73 Indian Trl, Duxbury, MA 02332


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LIVE IN TOWN. This picture-perfect 4 bedroom Cape is not to be missed! Set on a beautifully-landscaped acre of land in the heart of Duxbury. Moments to Wadsworth fields. Charming and well-maintained highlighed by bright, white kitchen w/granite countertops, eating area and a bay window overlooking the beautiful grounds. The kitchen is open to the large family room with vaulted ceiling, French doors to an expansive deck. The front-to-back living room has a dining area, gas fireplace and wainscoting. Rounding out the 1st floor are two nicely-sized bedrooms and a full bath. Upstairs are two generously-sized bedrooms and a full bath with granite vanity. The lower level has a playroom with tons of closet space, a workshop and two small bays for a riding mower and snowblower. A two-car detached garage has more storage and an unfinished loft. Recent improvements include recessed lighting central air and irrigation. Bonus: Deeded beach rights/water access to Bay. This is it!

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If you want to sell your house, you may want to take a close look at your home's interior. That way, you can identify any potential home interior issues and address them as quickly as possible.

Determining the best ways to transform your home's interior from drab to fab may seem difficult, particularly for a first-time home seller. Fortunately, there are several proven ways to enhance your residence's interior, and these include:

1. Cleaning

If it has been several weeks or months since you last cleaned your house, there is no time like the present to perform extensive home interior cleaning.

Wipe down countertops, mop the floors and clean every room of your house. By doing so, you can make your house look clean and pristine.

Also, if you need extra help cleaning your home, you may want to hire a cleaning company. With a team of home cleaning professionals at your side, you can speed up the process of improving your house's interior.

2. Decluttering

Clutter is an eyesore that home sellers should try to eliminate. Luckily, there are many quick, easy ways to remove clutter from your house.

Oftentimes, one person's clutter is another's treasure, and you may be able to sell excess items at a garage sale or online. Set competitive prices for your excess items, and you should have no trouble stirring up interest in these items.

You also can donate excess items to charities in your city or town. Reach out to local charities, and you may be able to get excess items picked up from your house.

3. Interior Upgrades

If you notice home interior lights are no longer working, cracks or dents in your walls or other minor home interior issues, you should spend some time performing various upgrades and repairs.

In most instances, minor home interior upgrades and repairs may require just a few minutes to complete. Meanwhile, these home interior improvements can make a world of difference in the eyes of homebuyers and can help your home stand out to potential buyers.

Clearly, there are many ways to improve a house's interior in no time at all. But if you require additional assistance, you can always hire a real estate agent to help you generate interest in your residence.

A real estate agent knows exactly what it takes to bolster a house's interior. He or she can help you assess your home's interior and prioritize assorted home interior improvements.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will make it easy to navigate all stages of the home selling process. This housing market professional will help you list your house and promote it to large groups of potential buyers. Plus, if you receive offers on your house, a real estate agent can help you evaluate these proposals and make an informed decision.

Don't hesitate to enhance your home's interior. Instead, consider the aforementioned options, and you can take the first step to improve your house's interior.