Danny Resendes | Hudson Real Estate, Marlborough Real Estate, Sudbury Real Estate

57 Adams Street, Waltham, MA 02453



Approx. GLA
Time has come to move on, the family says sell. Property offers 2 floors including portion of basement that boasts a studio rental. First floor was lived in by owners offers 3/4 bedrooms, large kitchen, bath, living room, & enclosed 4 season sun filled porch. Second level offers 3 spacious rooms, 2 w/kitchenettes and all w/ plumbing & it has a spacious studio apartment. Dwelling in need of repairs/improvements and 2nd floor has significant water damage including discoloring. Investors or builders should make viewing this a priority as you can renovate or use as a blank canvas waiting for your ideas. Desirable Waltham Location only steps to Popular Moody Street Shops, Restaurants, Movie Theater, Public Transportation and Commuter Rail. Accessible to Newton, Mass Pike, Rt. 128, Rt 2.! Great Commuting Area with MBTA, Public Transportation & more! 11 miles to Boston! Easy Commute to Bentley and Brandeis University. Come join us tomorrow for a public viewing and bring your mask!
Open House
October 08 at 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Join us and see if this opportunity is for you. Property offers a lot but is in need of repairs/renovation due to aging as well as water damage. Only open house offering 10/7/2020 from 11am - 2pm. Please bring a mask and gloves to enter the house per sellers request.
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Location: 57 Adams Street, Waltham, MA 02453    Get Directions

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Hosting an open house is a key milestone for a home seller. If an open house proves to be successful, it may be only a matter of time before a seller receives multiple offers on his or her residence. Comparatively, if a home fails to impress during an open house, a seller may need to consider new ways to stir up interest in his or her residence.

Ultimately, it helps to plan ahead for an open house as much as possible. Lucky for you, we're here to help you get ready for any open house, at any time.

Let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for an open house.

1. Perform Home Interior Cleaning

A pristine home interior can make a world of difference to potential homebuyers. Thus, you should allocate time and resources to clean your home's interior from top to bottom prior to an open house.

Mop the floors, wipe down ceilings and walls and perform other home interior cleaning to ensure that your house will dazzle as soon as a buyer walks through the front door. That way, you can increase the likelihood that your residence will make a positive first impression on buyers.

2. Enhance Your House's Exterior

Your home's curb appeal may make or break your open house. Because if your home has a messy, cluttered front lawn, your residence is unlikely to impress potential buyers when they see your house for the first time.

When it comes to improving your home's exterior, even minor upgrades can have far-flung effects.

Mowing the front lawn and trimming the hedges can help you show off your house's exterior. And if you need assistance with home exterior improvements, you can always hire a professional home landscaping company to help you out too.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Preparing for an open house can be challenging, particularly for a seller who is worried about the current state of his or her residence. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can help you get ready for an open house.

A real estate agent is happy to help you sell your home in any housing market. He or she will schedule an open house at your convenience. And in the weeks and days leading up to an open house, a real estate agent will offer expert tips to help you prepare for this event.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will provide plenty of guidance at each stage of the home selling journey. He or she will help you promote your residence to the right groups of potential buyers and review any offers on your house. Plus, if you ever have questions about selling your home, a real estate agent can instantly respond to these queries.

If you want to achieve the best-possible results during an open house, it generally is a good idea to work with a real estate agent. Contact a local real estate agent today, and you can receive comprehensive support as you navigate the home selling journey.

3 Oak Hill Avenue, Clinton, MA 01510



Are you a first-time buyer, looking for a condo alternative, or finally trading down then look no further! Welcome to this adorable ranch set in one of Clinton's welcoming neighborhoods. Offered for the first time in nearly 15 years, walk-in and appreciate the open floor concept; eat in kitchen with access to its over sized deck overlooking a manageable fence in backyard with a wooded scenery. Its interior open concept fits all buyers including those who like to entertain friend and family. Features two well proportioned bedrooms boasting hardwood floors, the full bath was recently renovated and looks beautiful! Terrific full walk-out unfinished basement, perfect opportunity to expand and gain equity. Located close to many conveniences, this opportunity should not be missed so call for more information!
Open House
February 16 at 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
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Location: 3 Oak Hill Avenue, Clinton, MA 01510    Get Directions

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68 Kent Drive, Hudson, MA 01749



This lovingly maintained dormer cape located one of Hudson's sought-after neighborhoods located near the Hudson Bolton Town line awaits its' new owner. Offered for the first time since constructed, the home boasts 4 bdrms, 2 full bths, 1 car garage & an oversize shed w/dedicated electricity – a perfect space for the handy-person or maker looking for a workshop or studio. Recent updates include brand new roof, retaining wall, modified front stairs/walkway & a freshly paved driveway. The first-flr features large combination kitchen & dining area w/both a slider & a side entry/mud door leading to large backyard that awaits your ideas. Living room features a large bay window & full masonry gas fireplace. The remainder of the first-flr features 2 of the 4 bdrms & one of the 2 full bathrooms. Upstairs the home features a newer full bthrm as well as 2 generously sized bdrms w/skylights. Other features include central A/C & unfinished basement ready for expansion. Don't miss out!
Open House
October 14 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
First offering and you definitely must see this.
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Location: 68 Kent Drive, Hudson, MA 01749    Get Directions

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If you’re in the process of selling your home, your agent will most likely be making calls to you relating that she will be showing your home to potential buyers. While you’re probably excited to sell your home, there’s no doubt that home showings can happen at the worst possible times! Here’s some tips to help you prepare for any home showing in a hurry: 

Mop Up

Sweep up your kitchen and bathrooms Spot clean in any necessary areas to remove stains.   

Get Out Your Duster

Quickly wipe down any of your furniture, televisions, screens and other objects that really show dust in your home. You don’t need to go crazy, just make sure that everything is clean.  

Clear Counters

Don’t leave tons of stuff hanging around on your counters. Your counters should be wiped down and clear of clutter for your home showing. 

Make Your Bed

Heed your mother’s advice and make your bed. There’s nothing more unattractive at a home showing than beds that haven’t been made or items strewn across the bedroom. If you have some time, take a look at your bedding and see if it looks presentable, as in free from rips and stains. If not, consider replacing the existing bedding for an even better impression. 


Give your carpets a once over with the vacuum cleaner. This will pick up any surface dirt and make the carpets look, smell and feel fresher.

Empty The Trash

Empty all of your trash cans. Spray them down with a disinfectant spray so that there’s no lingering odors.   

Brighten It Up

When your home is being shown, the lights should be on. A bright home is an attractive home! 

Clean Your Dishes

Put all of your dirty dishes in the dishwasher. There shouldn’t be any dirty dishes left out and around during a home showing. Also, you don’t want any of your appliances running while potential buyers are visiting.  

Put Clothes Away

Your clothes should be loaded into the washer and dryer as well. No dirty (or clean) clothes should be lingering around the house. Potential buyers don’t need to see the latest styles that you’re wearing!

Put Your Stuff Away 

Every room should be given a once over. Everything should be off of the floors, counters and furniture. This will make your home look very presentable and attractive to buyers. 

Although a home showing may seem overwhelming, buyers like to picture what your home will look like once they’re the new occupants. The short amount of time that you spend on making your home look tidy can make a big difference in finding the right buyer for your property.