Thinking Strategically in Today’s Real Estate Market

How To Think Strategically as a Buyer in Today’s Market

The game of chess can provide incredible lessons to apply to all aspects of life, including the homebuying process. Chess requires you to plan and think about your strategy from the very beginning of the game.

The homebuying process, like chess, requires strategy and planning. Here are a few things to keep in mind to ensure your plan is as strong as possible when you begin your home search.

Pre-Approval: the Best Opening Play To Make as a Homebuyer

It’s important to have a great opening play when you’re buying a home. And the best move you can make when you begin your home search is getting pre-approved by a lender. You’ve probably already heard this is an important step, but what exactly is pre-approval and what benefits does it provide you?

As Freddie Mac puts it:

“The pre-approval letter from your lender tells you the maximum amount you are qualified to borrow. Getting a pre-approval letter is not a loan guarantee, it simply states how much your lender is willing to lend you. . . .”

And while determining how much you can afford at the start of your search is critical, the pre-approval letter also serves another important purpose. Freddie Mac also notes:

“This pre-approval allows you to look for a home with greater confidence and demonstrates to the seller that you are a serious buyer.”

In the game of chess, a strong opening move signals to your opponent that you’re a serious competitor. As a homebuyer, your pre-approval letter signals to the seller that you’re a serious, interested buyer.

Homebuying: It’s a Team Game, Not a Single-Player Experience

Every step you take to create your strategy as a buyer is important in today’s market. Why? Mortgage rates are still low, but increasing. Prices are going up. There’s a limited supply of homes for sale. These are just a few key variables in today’s market you need to be prepared for.

That means leaning on expert guidance as you plan every move is more important than ever. Have a team of professionals – like your trusted real estate agent and a loan officer – every step of the way to make sure you make the right moves.

Bottom Line

Getting a pre-approval letter isn’t just good strategy, it can be game-changing. It allows you a full understanding of what you can afford, and it signals to sellers that you’re serious. I work with some incredible mortgage officers who we can trust through and through to guide you every step of the way. Give a call/text 508-930-5259 or reach out through the contact form today and let’s connect to get you on right path to homeownership.

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA, RI, and Cape Cod & Islands Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Keller Williams Elite
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
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No Wave of Foreclosures this Time

Why a Wave of Foreclosures Is Not on the Way

With forbearance plans coming to an end, many are concerned the housing market will experience a wave of foreclosures similar to what happened after the housing bubble 15 years ago. Here are a few reasons why that won’t happen.

There are fewer homeowners in trouble this time.

After the last housing crash, about 9.3 million households lost their homes to a foreclosure, short sale, or because they simply gave it back to the bank.

Why a Wave of Foreclosures Is Not on the Way | MyKCM

As stay-at-home orders were issued early last year, the fear was the pandemic would impact the housing industry in a similar way. Many projected up to 30% of all mortgage holders would enter the forbearance program. In reality, only 8.5% actually did, and that number is now down to 2.2%.

As of last Friday, the total number of mortgages still in forbearance stood at  1,221,000. That’s far fewer than the 9.3 million households that lost their homes just over a decade ago.

Most of the mortgages in forbearance have enough equity to sell their homes

Due to rapidly rising home prices over the last two years, of the 1.22 million homeowners currently in forbearance, 93% have at least 10% equity in their homes. This 10% equity is important because it enables homeowners to sell their homes and pay the related expenses instead of facing the hit on their credit that a foreclosure or short sale would create.

The remaining 7% might not have the option to sell, but if the entire 7% of those 1.22 million homes went into foreclosure, that would total about 85,400 mortgages. To give that number context, here are the annual foreclosure numbers for the three years leading up to the pandemic:

  • 2017: 314,220
  • 2018: 279,040
  • 2019: 277,520

The probable number of foreclosures coming out of the forbearance program is nowhere near the number of foreclosures that impacted the housing crash 15 years ago. It’s actually less than one-third of any of the three years prior to the pandemic.

The current market can absorb listings coming to the market

Why a Wave of Foreclosures Is Not on the Way | MyKCM

When foreclosures hit the market back in 2008, there was an oversupply of houses for sale. It’s exactly the opposite today. In 2008, there was over a nine-month supply of listings on the market. Today, that number is less than a three-month supply. Here’s a graph showing the difference between the two markets.

Bottom Line

The data indicates why Ivy Zelman, founder of the major housing market analytical firm Zelman and Associates, was on point when she stated:

“The likelihood of us having a foreclosure crisis again is about zero percent.”

It is my true pleasure to  work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod.  Please let me know what questions you may have and how I can be of the best assistance to you.

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MA, RI, and Cape Cod & Islands Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Keller Williams Elite
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
www.jenmcmorran.realtor
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Appraisals and Inspections – What you need to know

Knowledge Is Power When It Comes to Appraisals and Inspections

Buyers in today’s market often have questions about the importance of getting a home appraisal and an inspection. That’s because high buyer demand and low housing supply are driving intense competition and leading some buyers to consider waiving those contingencies to stand out in the crowded market.

But is that the best move? Buying a home is one of the most important transactions in your lifetime, and it’s critical to keep your best interests in mind. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect from the appraisal and the inspection, and why each one can potentially save you a lot of time, money, and headaches down the road.

Home Appraisal

The home appraisal is a critical step for securing a mortgage on your home. As Home Light explains:

Knowledge Is Power When It Comes to Appraisals and Inspections | MyKCM

“. . . lenders typically require an appraisal to ensure that your loan-to-value ratio falls within their underwriting guidelines. Mortgages are secured loans where the lender uses your home as collateral in case you default on the agreed-upon payments.”

Put simply: when you apply for a mortgage, an unbiased appraisal – typically required by your lender – is the best way to verify the value of the home. That appraisal ensures the lender doesn’t loan you more than what the home is worth.

When buyers are competing like they are today, bidding wars and market conditions can push prices up. A buyer’s contract price may end up higher than the value of the home – this is known as an appraisal gap. In today’s market, it’s common for the seller to ask the buyer to make up the difference when an appraisal gap occurs. That means, as a buyer, you may need to be prepared to bring extra money to the table if you really want the home.

Home Inspection

Like the appraisal, the inspection is important because it gives an impartial evaluation of the home. While the appraisal determines the current value of the home, the inspection determines the current condition of the home. As the American Society of Home Inspectors puts it:

“Home inspections are the opportunity to discover major defects that were not apparent at a buyer’s showing. . . . Your home inspection is to help you make an informed decision about the house, including its condition.”

If there are any concerns during the inspection – an aging roof, a malfunctioning HVAC system, or any other questionable items – you have the option to discuss and negotiate any potential issues with the seller. Your real estate advisor can help you navigate this process and negotiate what, if any, repairs need to be made before the sale is finalized.

Keep in mind – home inspections are critical because they can shed light on challenges you may face as the new homeowner. Without an inspection, serious, sometimes costly issues could come as a surprise later on.

Bottom Line

Both the appraisal and the inspection are important steps in the homebuying process. They protect your best interests as a buyer by providing unbiased information about the home’s value and condition. Let’s connect so you have an expert guiding you throughout the entire process.

It is my true pleasure to  work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod.  Please let me know what questions you may have and how I can be of the best assistance to you.

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New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA, RI, and Cape Cod & Islands Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
New Homes Team Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
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What Buyers and Sellers Need to Know about the Appraisal Gap

It’s economy 101 – when supply is low and demand is high, prices naturally rise. That is the simple principle that accounts for today’s housing market. Home prices are appreciating at near-historic rates, and that’s creating some challenges when it comes to home appraisals.

In recent months, it’s become increasingly common for an appraisal to come in below the contract price on the house. Shawn Telford, Chief Appraiser for CoreLogic, explains it like this:

What Buyers and Sellers Need To Know About the Appraisal Gap | MyKCM

Recently, we observed buyers paying prices above listing price and higher than the market data available to appraisers can support. This difference is known as ‘the appraisal gap . . . ’”

Why does an appraisal gap happen?

Basically, with the heightened buyer demand, purchasers are often willing to pay over asking to secure the home of their dreams. If you’ve ever toured a house you’ve fallen in love with, you understand. Once you start to picture yourself and your furniture in the rooms, you want to do everything you can to land the property, including putting in a high offer to try to beat out other would-be buyers.

When the appraiser comes in, they look at things a bit more objectively. Their job is to assess the inherent value of the home, so they’re going to study the facts. Dustin Harris, Appraiser Coach, drives this point home:

It’s important for everyone to understand that the appraiser’s job in the end is to remain that unbiased third party, to truly tell the client what that home is worth in the current market, regardless of what decisions have been made on the price side of things.”

In simple terms, while homebuyers may be willing to pay more, appraisers are there to assess the market value of the home. Their goal is to make sure the lender isn’t loaning more money than the home is worth. It’s objective, rather than emotional.

In a highly competitive market like today’s, having a discrepancy between the two numbers isn’t unusual. Here’s a look at the increasing rate of appraisal gaps, according to data from  CoreLogic (see graph below):

What Buyers and Sellers Need To Know About the Appraisal Gap | MyKCM

What does this mean for you?

Ultimately, knowledge is power. The best thing you can do is understand appraisal gaps may impact your transaction if you’re buying or selling. If you do encounter an appraisal below your contract price, know that in today’s sellers’ market, the most common approach is for the seller to ask the buyer to make up the difference in price. Buyers, be prepared to bring extra money to the table if you really want the home.

Above all else, lean on your real estate agent. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, your trusted advisor is your ally if you come up against an appraisal gap. We’ll help you understand your options and handle any additional negotiations that need to happen.

Bottom Line

In today’s real estate market, it’s important to stay informed on the latest trends. Let’s connect so you have an ally to help you navigate an appraisal gap to get the best possible outcome.

It is my true pleasure to  work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod.  Please let me know what questions you may have and how I can be of the best assistance to you.

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA, RI, and Cape Cod & Islands Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
New Homes Team Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
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Brand New and Waiting for You!

A note from me:  These are incredible times.  First and foremost, your top priority must be taking care of yourself and your loved ones. I am still working, but know that real estate will be there for you on the other side of the Covid-19 crisis as well.  There are absolutely some buyers and sellers who need to buy and sell now and my team is working with them to make that happen. If you feel more comfortable waiting, take assurance in the fact that we were in the middle of a strong economy and a strong real estate market with limited inventory when Covid-19  hit. I am confident there are going to be buyers and sellers anxiously awaiting you once this health crisis has resolved.

106 Ingall Lane is Up & Ready!
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If you or someone you know is looking to move forward on a home purchase of high-end new construction in a sought after established subdivision that is a great value, I wanted to let you know about an awesome opportunity for a custom Colonial spec house at Brigham Hill Estates…

106 Ingall Lane is Up & Ready!
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This beautiful Colonial home boasts:
4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
2750 square feet of living
Gorgeous white cabinet kitchen with oversized island to easily seat 6
Butlers pantry and a walk-in pantry
Gleaming hardwood floors
Awesome open floor plan
Amazing screened in porch with recessed lighting, cable, and ceiling fan
Spacious composite deck
Master Suite with spacious walk-in closet and spa-like bath with dual vanities
Additional three great size bedrooms
Tons of closets and storage
Full basement with full windows and roughed for a bath
And the highest quality construction in the area!

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Brigham Hill Estates is without a doubt the premier subdivision in Attleboro.  Currently half way through Phase III, each home has been custom designed with attention to every detail.  All of WB Construction’s homes are custom and designed with our clients and for our clients. No two homes are ever the same. Our subdivision off of Slater Street and bordering Rehoboth features natural gas, granite curbing, side walks, round-abouts, and all underground utilities making it a beautiful place to call home as well as a destination for walkers from near and far.  And the City of Attleboro offers access to two train stations for Boston and Providence Commuters, a vibrant new city center with restaurants and shops, a newly finished River Walk, Capron Park & Zoo, access to Rt 95, walking trails and conservation, and so much more!

106 Ingall Lane is easy to show anytime since it is new construction so give a call 508-930-5259. I’d love to open the door for you or anyone you know to take a tour and hopefully put a deal together. http://bit.ly/BrighamHillEstatesNewConstruction

We also have phase III lots still available with other home styles to consider.  You can bring a plan you have found, revise a plan we have already built, or just come with ideas and we’ll create a custom house plan just for you. Custom building is what we are known for and what we do best!  Please feel free to call anytime 508-930-5259 or e-mail jen.mcmorran@gmail.com with questions or to set up a tour. It would be a pleasure to work with you!

All of my best,
Jen

I’d love to assist with your home search. Whether you decide on new construction at Brigham Hill, we locate another subdivision for you to build, or we find you an amazing existing resale home, I know there is a great property out there waiting for you.

It is my true pleasure to  work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  Please let me know what questions you may have and how I can be of the best assistance to you.

Jen McMorran, Realtor

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New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
New Homes Team
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
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Reflecting on 2019

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It’s here… can you believe it is 2020?  Seriously, 1990 is now just as far in the past as 2050 is in the future.  Crazy.   And I can’t believe I have been away from BeHomeBeWell for so long.  I am thrilled to be able to dedicate some time to share here once again.

Reflecting on 2019 I am proud to say that as a Mom I made it through the college application process, FAFSA application process,  final dance recitals, senior prom, high school graduation, and then dropping my daughter off for her freshman year of college – all during one of the busiest and most successful years in real estate I have had.

A huge thank you to all of my amazing buyers and sellers.  I couldn’t have done it without you.

As my clients, you all had very different stories.  Different challenges.  Different motivations.   But, together we go it done, no matter the obstacle.  It was your willingness to collaborate and work towards a solution that lead to so many homes being sold, so many homes being bought, and so many homes being built.  What an honor to have had the opportunity to work with each one of you!

And congratulations on so many of your blessings over the past year!  Engagements, weddings,  babies, new homes, retirements, cancer remission, new jobs, new puppies, exciting home renovations, and even a much needed transplant for a very deserving gentleman.   Just amazing and know I have celebrated all of that with you.

Along with the celebrations there have also been struggles and sadness.  Many lost loved ones, dealt with incredible mental health and medical diagnoses,  had jobs eliminated,  suffered injuries, and faced sudden and unexpected financial difficulties.   Life has a way of challenging us that is for sure.    There were many moments I would cry quietly in my car thinking of all you were enduring … no doubt about it, life is hard.

Sharing your personal journeys and your real estate journeys has allowed me to continue to grow,  learn, and appreciate all of my amazing blessings. Thank you again for allowing me to earn your trust and be a part of making your last real estate move whether buying or selling.   I also wanted to let you know, that once again, as each of your deals closed this year, you made a difference in the lives of children living with serious illnesses and their families.  Jen, Avery, and Zoe Hole In the WallMy family tucked away $100 per closing to donate to an organization very near and dear to our hearts – The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.  They made all of the difference for us when our daughter  Zoe was diagnosed with brain cancer and they still continue to make a difference today for Avery, Pat, and me as we learn to live as a family of three now.  This year we donated $4000.  We could not be happier about making such a big contribution to such a worthy cause.

Heading into 2020, I wish you much happiness and health in the year to come…

If there is ever anything I can do for you or anyone you may know, please do not hesitate to reach out.

All of the best,
Jen

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New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
Senior Real Estate Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
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Beautiful Seekonk Colonial is Ready for New Owner!

 

528 Brown Ave Seekonk528 Brown Avenue
Seekonk, Massachusetts 02771
For Sale!
Jen McMorran, Realtor, SRES
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
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If you have been waiting for a great home to call your own in Seekonk, the wait is over!  This lovingly maintained 2500sf Gambrel Colonial is located just minutes from Baker’s Corners in Seekonk and offers wonderful space and charm throughout.  Custom built with a few touches from the original home that was set on this lot, you will love the beautiful living room with wood stove on those cold fall and winters days (that hopefully we are behind us for now!).  The newly renovated kitchen with center island absolutely shines with all appliances included. A great sized family room with another fireplace and an entertainment sized dining room with sliders out to a deck and patio are perfect for sitting and taking a deep breath at the end of the day.  And, the level backyard offers tons of space for summer gardens and play.

528 Brown Ave, Seekonk
4 bedrooms
2 full bathrooms
2500 square feet
Central Air
Hardwood floors
Granite and stainless kitchen
Fully remodeled full bath and laundry upstairs
Great sized bedrooms
Spacious level lot

Are you a commuter looking to make your travels easier?  Then you will definitely appreciate that 528 Brown Ave is just 7 minutes to the South Attleboro MBTA train station and Rt 95.  Traveling north to Boston or south to Providence, this home is in the ideal location!  (As an added bonus, Market Basket is located in the same shopping plaza as the train so super convenient for picking up milk or the last minute makings for dinnner.)  Even getting to TF Green Airport for flights is a dream.

Stay tuned for the open house schedule but please feel free to call 508-930-5259 with any questions.  I have assured these sellers that I am going to find them great buyers to love this home as much as they did … could that be you?

Always a pleasure to be of any assistance to you or anyone you know who is thinking about buying or selling a home. I love to work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Jen McMorran, Realtor

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Assocate
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
Jen.McMorran@gmail.com
www.jenmcmorran.realtor

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You can own a home!!

Are you wondering if buying a home is a possibility for you?

Do you dream of personalizing a home to your own tastes and lifestyle?

Are you tired of paying your landlord’s mortgage and being limited their rules?

Being a first time home buyer is very exciting – and a little bit scary for some :), but I have an awesome team of experienced professionals who can help get you ready and guide you through the entire process.   I am just a call, an e-mail, or a click away to start your home search so let’s find time to chat about your needs, your wants, and your budget.  In the meantime, here are 3 Tips for Making Your Dream of Homeownership come true…Making Your Dream of Homeownership a Reality

First Time Home Buyers are one of my specialties and I have many satisfied “first timers” who made it through the process.  Happy to make a connection if you’d like to talk with someone who has recently been through a complete transaction from searching on-line to getting their keys at the closing table.  And as they will all attest to, I have lots of stories to share from my vast experience in real estate over the past 20+ years 🙂  Every deal seems to have its own nuances these days, but be assured, I have a solid reputation in the real estate industry, I always have an eye on the big picture while working through the little details, and I am committed to the goals of my buyers and sellers.

 Always happy to be of any assistance to you or anyone you know who is thinking about buying or selling a home. I love to work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Jen McMorran, Realtor

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
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Coming soon to a neighborhood for you!

76 Ingall Lane Under ConstructionComing soon!!
Brigham Hill Estates
76 Ingall Lane, Attleboro
Offered at $624,900 

76 Ingall Lane in Attleboro is well underway on the sought after and last remaining cul-de-sac lot of Phase II in Brigham Hill Estates.  Are you ready?  Because this one could be ready in April!

Surrounded by other amazing custom homes, 76 Ingall Lane is a  2600sf, 3BR, 2.5BA Colonial and will once again offer incredible style and the superior quality that all of our buyers have grown to expect (along with many of the Attleboro area’s best realtors who bring clients back again and again).

Side porch and full walk out basement76 Ingall Lane boasts amazing space for everyone. The main living level features a gourmet kitchen with huge island and open floor plan to dining area and spacious family room with fireplace & built-ins, a formal dining room, a butlers pantry, and a stylish mudroom.  Upstairs enjoy a luxurious master suite, two additional great sized bedrooms, plus a bonus room above the garage for an office, playroom, nursery, hobby room, or just a you-room.  Need more space? You will love the full walk out basement with tons of full sized windows & light, rough plumbing for a future bath, and unbelievable possibilities!!!

Do you enjoy sunsets? Fresh air?  Relaxing and playing in a your yard?  This home sits on a 20,000sf lot that is fairly shallow as you can see from the pictures, but don’t worry!  The charming covered deck off of the kitchen,  beautiful views of greenspace, huge side yard, woods for privacy in the back of the house totally make up for that!

(Stay tuned for more photos as the interior of this home progresses… it is going to be amazing!)

Brigham Hill Estates in AttleboroBrigham Hill Estates has become the destination for buyers searching for high end new construction in an established subdivision of luxury homes.  Whether traveling to the Rhode Island, Massachusetts, or Connecticut by car,  flying out of TF Green or Logan Airport for work and leisure,  or jumping on a train to get into Boston, Brigham Hill Estates is the perfect location to call Home.

Once our homes near completion, they do not last long on the market!  Give a call 508-930-5259 and let’s set up a time to take a tour and talk about how we can make your dream home a reality.

Always happy to be of any assistance to you or anyone you know who is thinking about buying or selling a home. I love to work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Jen McMorran, Realtor

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
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5 Reasons Homeowners Throw Better Super Bowl Parties!

Homeowners really do throw better Super Bowl Parties!

While your appetizers are in the oven and the beer is chilling,  check out a sampling of some of our great housing inventory below …

Now’s the time to find your new home for Super Bowl LIV in 2020!

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Brand NEW upscale custom Townhouses, luxury new construction, turn-key Colonials, commercial property, two-family investment property, and more!  We have something for everyone.  And if you don’t see it in our listing inventory, we can certainly find it for you.  Anything here interest you?

duplex style townhouses

 OUR NEWEST PROJECT!
Tiffany Street Townhomes
537 Tiffany Street & 539 Tiffany Street
Attleboro, MA 02703
Custom NEW Townhouses (all end units)
$374,900

new construction

 Lot 322 Pass Farm Lane
Attleboro, MA 02703
Brigham Hill Estates
Custom New Construction
Prices starting in the $600’s
Gorgeous Ranches and Colonials all built to your specifications.  It doesn’t get better than this!

171 North Ave

 171 North Avenue
Attleboro, MA 02703
New Price! $449,900
Solid 3 bedroom, 2 full bath Ranch.
Meticulously maintained!!

81 Avalon Drive

81 Avalon Drive
Attleboro, MA 02703
$579,900
Stunning 3-4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Colonial
Built 2016
Absolutely still shows like a Model Home!

102 High Street

102 High Street
North Attleboro, MA 02760
NOW $400,000!
Beautiful 2-Family Home
Each unit 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
Heart of North Attleboro

463 Washington Street Commercial

463 Washington Street
Attleboro, MA 02703
$600,000
1.79 Commercial Land
Awesome Rt 1 location
High visibility and close to Rt 95

If you are serious about buying , we are serious about finding you a home!   No matter whether you’d like to buy now  or you are beginning the process, give a call 508-930-5259. We’d love to get you started with your next move!

Always happy to be of any assistance to you or anyone you know who is thinking about buying or selling a home. I love to work hard for my clients and your referrals throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Jen McMorran, Realtor

Jennifer McMorran, Realtor, SRES
New Construction & First Time Home Buyer Specialist
MA & RI Licensed Real Estate Sales Associate
Kensington Real Estate Brokerage
508-930-5259
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