This home seller’s guide for North Andover features 4 steps that will pay off. With the guidance of a real estate agent, our home-selling tips will allow you to present your property in the best possible light.
Follow these tips to sell faster, for a higher closing price.
So you’ve done all the paperwork and preparation, and now you’re ready to get started. Now what?
This is Part 4 of our series on building a custom home in North Andover: breaking ground. Here’s what the ground-breaking process looks like.
Once all your red tape is finalized and the builder is ready, it’s time to get the engineers, builders, and excavators moving onto the next step:
Let’s face it.
One of the best parts of building is picking out and designing a house that is unique to you.
Yes, it’s fun. But it can be overwhelming. Below are some tips and tricks that worked for us.
This is Part 4 of our series on Building a Custom Home in North Andover: this post is all about planning what to build.
If haven’t read about the engineering process first you may want to start there and then come back to this post.
This post is all about the engineering and plot plan process. It’s more complicated than you might think!
This is Part 3 of our series on building a custom home in North Andover: engineering! Here’s what to expect when dealing with architects and engineers in custom home development.
The biggest question we had was this:
Because we had such a small lot, Mary and I wanted to know what we could build—what are the dimensions of houses that can fit in this spot?
Here’s how we found out.
Hey! Here’s the latest update (Part 2) on our Building A Custom Home in North Andover series: mostly planning, paperwork, and red tape!
Sounds fun, doesn’t it? It’s not.
But it’s necessary, and it’s all working toward the end goal: building our own custom home in North Andover!
This is our first update in a long while, so here’s everything we’ve done so far.
“For Merrimack Valley residents looking to sell their homes, there’s no time like the present,” says Kiera Blessing, reporter for the Eagle-Tribune.
And she’s absolutely right.
How do I know? I contributed to her article. I was quoted in the March 26 Eagle-Tribune piece, after a phone interview with Kiera a few days prior.
I love working with local press for interviews and articles like this one.
What you need to know from the article
You should definitely read the whole article. It paints a very clear picture of the spring housing market in and around North Andover.
Looking for houses under 400k in North Andover? You’re not alone. It’s a great starter home price in a great starter home town.
NA is such a strong market, regardless of time of year, that houses under the $400,000 price point don’t come up often. And when they do, they move quickly.
(Do you know how long it takes to sell in North Andover? We do.)
So we’ve decided to keep an updated running list of houses in 01845 that are listed at $400,000 or less.
Hi there! My name is Ryan Schruender and my wife, Mary, and I just got approval to build a custom home next to our current house.
We couldn’t be more excited. It was a long process to get to this point but we hope to share with you our experience from here on out.
How long does it take to sell a house in North Andover? It depends. Every home sale is unique, so the best we can do is deal in averages.
Depending on the time of year, it will probably take 1-3 months to sell your home in North Andover.
There are lots of things that factor in. The biggest is price, but let’s look at all of them.
Looking for a list of North Andover real estate agents? Look no further.
I’m not the only game in town. I’ve lived and worked in North Andover my whole life, and I’ve become friends with many of my colleague real estate agents in North Andover.
Sure, we’re competing for business, but in a town like ours, there’s more than enough to go around.
So I hope you find this list of real estate agents in North Andover to be helpful.