Location! Location ! Location! Convenient to South High & middle schools , golf courses & highway access for easy Commute. This charming Cape is located on a cul de sac with a private back yard and over an acre of land. First floor features open floor plan with living room with hardwood floors & a fireplace open to the dining area which also has hardwood floors, A slider leads to 3 season room with tile flooring, the focal point of the room is the builtin window seat. Lots of windows to let in natural light and slider leading to the deck & the patio with a firepit to stay warm on a cool summer night.There is a first floor laundry and a first floor bedroom which is currently used as a den. The second level features 3 bedrooms and a full bath. Off the 3 season room is a deck then a patio with a fire pit for your outdoor relaxation and entertainment.

This is a Cape style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, 1.38 Acres, and is currently available for $404,000.

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Sometimes the simplest habits can yield the greatest results. Making to-do lists is the perfect example of a productive habit — especially if you’re getting ready to sell your home.

When putting your house on the market, here are a few tips to keep in mind for staying on track and avoiding delays.

Organization: As a home seller, there are a lot of things you can do to prepare your house for real estate showings.

Making lists can be an extremely effective way to reinforce goals, clarify objectives, and remind yourself what needs to be done. Knowing your priorities for the day (and week) can strengthen your confidence and help you avoid that feeling of being overwhelmed. On the other hand, when you lack clarity and keep forgetting important tasks, frustration and pessimism can creep in, causing you to lose your edge.

Like any method of staying organized and focused, making lists is not without its potential pitfalls. Priority lists are of little use if they get misplaced, buried under other documents, or forgotten about for days or weeks. Ideally, your list of important tasks should be readily accessible, highly visible, and regularly updated. While some people like to use old-fashioned written lists in a spiral-bound notebook or legal-size pad of paper, others may prefer their mobile devices, computer, or a reminder app.

The benefit of creating a list and checking off items as you progress is that it helps keep you focused, goal oriented, and organized. The sooner you create a priority list of tasks, the greater your efficiency will be in getting them done.

Motivation: Although your real estate agent will handle most of the details related to selling your home, there are still dozens of tasks you’ll need to be involved in. Keeping your home and property well maintained, presentable, and in a state of good repair are among them. If you’re like most home sellers, however, your plate is already full with family responsibilities, career demands, and other obligations. Fortunately, there are strategies for balancing your priorities.

The three keys to getting important stuff done in a timely way are: effective time management, prioritization, and staying motivated. Selling a house is a team effort involving you, your family, your real estate agent, and other professionals. Doing your utmost to keep your real estate objectives on the “front burner” will help keep the sales process moving forward and make a good impression on potential buyers.

Goals, in general, should be specific, attainable, measurable, and deadline-oriented. As motivational writer Napoleon Hill said, “A goal is a dream with a deadline.” When you fail to assign a target date or deadline to a house-selling task, it’s all-too-easy to let that goal slide and cause you to lose your advantage.

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