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It’s commonly assumed that it’s a bad practice to list a home in late fall—but Nicolette Mascari of Compass Real Estate believes this is not necessarily true. She assures sellers that there are, in fact, many advantages to listing in fall, including the fact that there’s generally a lower inventory than in the spring market (meaning the listing will attract a higher number of views while there are fewer options to choose from).
Mascari also makes a case for the market in Wayland—a town in Middlesex County with just a 25-minute commute to the city, an amazing sense of community, and one of the top public school systems in Massachusetts.
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