Aucoin Ryan Realty | Southbridge, MA Real Estate, Sturbridge, MA Real Estate, Charlton, MA Real Esta

A home showing is a valuable opportunity for a property buyer. In certain instances, buyers will set up dozens of showings to review a wide range of residences. Meanwhile, a buyer sometimes finds the perfect residence during his or her first home showing.

Ultimately, there is no set number of showings that you will need to attend before you find your ideal house. It also is important to note that there is no time limit on a showing, and some showings may be shorter or longer than others.

Regardless of how many house showings you schedule, it is paramount to do everything possible to get the most out of a showing. Lucky for you, we are here to teach you about property showings and ensure you can optimize their value.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for a house showing.

1. Review a Home Listing

A home listing may include various information about a house's age and condition, but you likely will require additional details about a residence before you decide whether to submit an offer to purchase. Fortunately, a home showing enables you to gain additional insights that may be unavailable in a listing.

Take a look at a home listing and put together a list of questions about a home. Then, when you attend a showing, you can receive instant responses to your queries.

2. Give Yourself Plenty of Time

There is no need to rush through a home showing. As such, you should give yourself plenty of time to check out a house and walk through it during a showing.

Oftentimes, it is beneficial to bring a pen and paper so you can jot down notes during a showing too. You also may want to take a camera with you. This will allow you to capture photographs of different areas of a home so you can review them after a showing and decide whether a house is right for you.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is happy to help you prepare for a house showing. He or she will learn about a home prior to a showing and may be able to provide you with insights that you won't receive elsewhere. Plus, a real estate agent will offer honest, unbiased feedback about a residence and ensure you can make an informed decision about a house.

In addition, if you find a home that suits you perfectly, a real estate agent will help you craft a competitive offer to purchase. And if you ever have concerns or questions during the property buying journey, a real estate agent can provide in-depth responses.

For those who want to get the most out of a home showing, it generally is a good idea to plan ahead. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can prepare for a home showing and use this event to analyze all aspects of a residence.

60 Ramshorn Rd, Charlton, MA 01507



Land Type
One of the few beautiful lots available in Charlton to build your dream home on. 8+ acres of land in a beautiful area of Charlton with privacy and space. Lot has been approved and ready to go.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Southbridge, MA recently sold for $219,900. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Southbridge - Aucoin Ryan Realty.

Lot 22 Pleasant Hill Estates, Southbridge, MA 01550


Sale Price

FABULOUS TO-BE-BUILT RANCH WITH ALL THE UPGRADES! THIS HOME IS SINGLE LEVEL LIVING AT ITS BEST! A farmers porch leads you into an open concept living space~large living room open to dining and kitchen areas. The interior features hardwood flooring throughout~ceramic tile flooring in both baths~sliders open to lovely back patio~split bedroom layout for master retreat~1st floor laundry~kitchen w/ granite counters & maple or white cabinets. The exterior has vinyl siding~insulated windows & doors~arch shingles~walkway~paved drive~& a 1 car garage w/ opener. Full basement boasts forced hot air propane heat~central air~200 amp electrical service~interior access & bulkhead. Subdivision has underground utilities, sidewalks, paved road, and street lights to be installed soon! BUYERS WILL LOVE THIS BEAUTIFUL CUL-DE-SAC DEVELOPMENT FULL OF WILD LIFE & NATURE! WILL BUILD TO SUIT~BRING YOUR PLANS. GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR & PICK YOUR COLORS.

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68 Coombs Street, Southbridge, MA 01550



Approx. GLA
Pride of ownership shows throughout this beautifully maintained 2 family. Nice 3 stall garage with electricity and additional storage for that car enthusiast, or workshop space. Additional space/storage on 3rd story of residence with half bath. There has been plenty of updates done on this charming multifamily and the roof was replaced approximately 12 years ago and both water tanks approximately 6 years ago. Don't wait, call and schedule your appointment to view this property today!
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If you recently bought or sold your home, moving day may be rapidly approaching. Fortunately, you still have time to pick up must-have supplies so you can get ready for moving day.

Now, let's take a look at three items that you should purchase prior to your upcoming move.

1. Moving Boxes

In all likelihood, you have a wide range of personal belongings that you need to pack. If you have lots of moving boxes at your disposal, you should have no trouble securing your personal belongings so you can transport them to your new address.

Home improvement and moving equipment companies often sell moving boxes in many sizes. You also may want to consider visiting a local grocery or convenience store to find moving boxes; in some instances, a grocery or convenience store may be willing to provide you with its empty food and beverage boxes free of charge.

2. Packing Supplies

In addition to moving boxes, you'll need supplies to ensure that you can pack your personal belongings safely. With packing supplies in hand, you can guarantee that your personal belongings are protected as they go from Point A to Point B.

Must-have packing supplies include bubble wrap, packaging tape, markers and labels. If you pick up these supplies today, you can move one step closer to finalizing your moving day preparations.

3. Snacks and Beverages

Oftentimes, moving day can be hectic, even for those who allocate significant time and resources to prepare for the big day. As such, it sometimes is easy to forget to eat and stay hydrated as you try to bring all of your personal belongings to your new address.

For those who want to do everything possible to prep for moving day, it generally is a good idea to pick up snacks and beverages. Granola bars, trail mix and other portable snacks are ideal for moving day. Meanwhile, purchasing bottled water and other beverages is beneficial too.

If you need extra help with moving day preparations, you may want to consult with a professional moving company as well. A moving company goes above and beyond the call of duty to help individuals map out all aspects of the moving day process.

A moving company employs friendly, knowledgeable moving experts who can guide you through your move. Plus, the company can offer packing guidance, moving services and other support to ensure that you can seamlessly relocate to your new address.

Lastly, for those who will need to move soon, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can help you buy or sell a house in any city or town, at any time. Furthermore, a real estate agent is available to provide support at each stage of the homebuying or home selling journey. And if you are uncertain about how to proceed along the homebuying or home selling journey, a real estate agent is happy to provide plenty of assistance.