Christine Sosa - RE/MAX On The River



Posted by Christine Sosa on 6/9/2018

Relax and enjoy your scenic ride home along the beautiful Merrimack River. This very special home situated on a cul de sac abutting acres of Conservation Land will afford you all the comforts you deserve. Spacious Eat-In kitchen has large island, lots of cabinets, granite counters and built in microwave with access to expansive trek deck overlooking private back yard. Bright family room with gas fireplace, dining room off kitchen has tray ceiling, and living room opens into kitchen providing great open floor plan for entertaining. 1st floor laundry. Beautiful master suite w/vaulted ceilings(extra large walk-in closet and luxurious master bath), along with 3 more bedrooms on second floor. Vibrant downtown Amesbury offers restaurants, shops and multiple marinas along Pleasant Valley Rd for boat enthusiasts, easy commute to highways and close to Plum Island Beaches. Walk out basement with lots of light and high ceilings has potential for future expansion possibilities.

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Posted by Christine Sosa on 2/23/2018

Come Home to Award Winning Ocean Meadow at West Newbury Active Adult 55+ Community. This popular Caiden-style home will take your breath away...Only minutes to downtown Newburyport. Enjoy a wonderful variety of gourmet restaurants, boutique shopping, vibrant waterfront community, and miles of beautiful ocean coastline. Surrounded by over 200 acres of Conservation Land and situated in a private setting at the very end of the community. The interior finishes offer a lifestyle of luxury throughout. Plantation shutters and custom blinds, custom cabinetry, granite counters, breakfast island, hardwood floors, high end appliances, and the always popular feature- Ultra Morning Room. This unit also features a full walkout Lower Level already plumbed for additional bath. Much desired Town-home in a lovely community. close to highways, MBTA, and Bus to Boston, NY, and ME. 2 car Garage, plenty of storage, and community garden. Visit the Open House on Sunday 2/25 from 12:30 to 2:30.

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Posted by Christine Sosa on 1/29/2018

Whether you have a free-standing pantry, or a dedicated room for storing your kitchen essentials, there’s certain things that you should do to make sure your pantry is organized and that you have easy access to all of your items. Here’s some tips for good organization in your kitchen pantry: Be Careful With Stacking Canned Goods If you stack large items with other smaller items, such as different sized canned goods, it can pose a problem. An alternative to this storage dilemma is that of using risers. If you don’t want to put risers in because you feel that they’ll take up too much space, remember that these storage tools are giving you space in a different sense. However you choose to stack your canned goods, remember that the shortest item should be in the front. Organizing your canned goods by height can help to save you time and space. Store Open Items In Airtight Containers Items that have been opened should be stored in an airtight container with a lid. This can save you money by keeping items fresh. Also, you and your family will know what food items have been opened and need to be finished up before new items are ripped open. Keep cereals, crackers, cookies and even pet food fresh with the use of this simple tactic. Stacking Bins Save Space If you’re like most of America, your town probably recycles. Consider getting stacking bins for the pantry or kitchen area to place recyclables in. Make sure these bins aren’t too large. This way, you’ll be on top of taking the recycling outside to where it needs to be. This organizing tip helps to keep your kitchen clean. Also, be sure that these containers are easy to open for your convenience. Categorize Your Snack Foods Your kitchen pantry area will stay much more organized if you keep things in categories. Cookies and other sweet snacks should stay on one shelf in one area. Snacks for the kids should be easy to grab for little hands (that is of course if the kids have free reign over the kitchen!) Savory and salty snacks are a different category that will be on a completely different shelf and area. Baskets can be a great accessory for single-serve items. Boxes that snack items come in often take up a lot of space that could be better used. Bags of chips and other items are the same way. These bagged items can be transferred to sealable containers. Baskets are also easy to carry around if you’re offering a choice of snacks. Be sure you have clips to close bags and packages to keep snack items fresh. How Deep Is Your Shelf? Be mindful when it comes to shelving items like bottles that are all the same size. This can make things hard to find. These types of items are often best stored on a lazy Susan, or other type of turn-style storage that easily spins and allows you to see what’s available for your cooking use. This way, you’ll never have to move a bunch of things to find what you’re looking for! These kitchen pantry storage tips will help you to stay organized and save time both cooking and cleaning.




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Posted by Christine Sosa on 12/20/2017

This great little half house, 2 bedroom, with it's own private yard and deck is located within close proximity to downtown, water front, sea wall, beaches, and all major transportation. The first floor consists of living room, dining room, and fully applianced kitchen. Pet friendly allowing small pets to walk right outside to fenced yard and spacious deck for your quiet enjoyment and entertaining with friends. Kayak in the beautiful and serene Merrimack River, swim at Plum Island's beautiful beaches and explore the exciting downtown of Newburyport. Off street parking across the street at the Brown school during snow emergencies. Laundry and storage space in basement.

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Posted by Christine Sosa on 10/2/2017

What does it take to acquire a top-notch home in a seller's market? Ultimately, it may prove to be a lot of work, especially for first-time homebuyers.

In a seller's market, there is an abundance of homebuyers and a shortage of home sellers. As a result, high-quality houses sell quickly, and homebuyers who lack real estate insights may miss out on an opportunity to purchase their dream residence.

Lucky for you, we're here to teach you about the ins and outs of a seller's market and ensure you can secure a first-rate house in any housing market, at any time.

Now, let's take a look at three tips for homebuyers who want to purchase a house in a seller's market.

1. Understand Your Homebuying Needs

Know what you want to find in a dream home before you start checking out properties. That way, you can narrow your home search and pounce on new homebuying opportunities as soon as they become available.

Creating a list of must-haves for your dream home may prove to be a great idea. This list will enable you to refine your home search and accelerate the homebuying process.

Also, consider your immediate and long-term home needs. If you plan to raise a family in a new home, you may want to consider exploring houses that are close to schools. Or, if you don't own a car but work in a major city, you may want to assess properties near public transportation.

2. Examine Your Finances Closely

Let's face it – the temptation to outbid rival homebuyers can be overwhelming in a seller's market. However, homebuyers who understand what they can afford can map out their home search accordingly.

Get pre-approved for a mortgage before you start looking at homes in a seller's market – you'll be glad you did. With a mortgage in hand, you'll know what you can spend on a new house and tailor your home search based on your budget.

Don't forget to meet with several banks and credit unions to explore all of your mortgage options as well. By doing so, you can learn about different mortgage options and select the right one based on your finances.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent understands that buying a home in a seller's market can be exceedingly difficult. As such, he or she will do everything possible to help you purchase a great residence at an affordable price.

Collaborating with a real estate agent is a must, especially for homebuyers who are operating in a seller's market. A real estate agent can set up home showings and negotiate with home sellers on your behalf. Plus, he or she can keep you up to date about new houses that will meet or surpass your expectations.

Buying a home should be a fast, easy process, even for homebuyers who are searching for a residence in a seller's market. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you should have no trouble navigating a seller's market and acquiring a superb residence.




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