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Welcome To Kathleen Lynn Murphy Real Estate Group
In today’s real estate market, there’s absolutely no substitute for professional representation and market expertise. I am dedicated to providing my clients with expert market knowledge, responsiveness and the personal integrity necessary to transact one of the most significant financial decisions in your lifetime. If you are looking for Real Estate along Boston’s north shore, I am here to help.
Boston’s north shore has beautiful coastal properties, hiking trails, quaint downtown areas, casual-fine dining and some of the finest schools in Massachusetts. The area is steeped in history including the Salem Witch Trials, Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial and the General Israel Putnam House. Salem is also home to the Peabody Essex Museum which has been ranked among the top museums in the nation for collection acquisitions. The Museum’s $194 million recent transformation resulted in the creation of a new and major museum, serving people in Greater Boston, New England, the nation and the world. The quality of life along the north shore along with its proximity to Boston makes it a desirable area to live for young professionals, growing families and retirees.
Please use this website as a valuable resource to guide you though all your north shore real estate needs. I invite you to reach out to me if you have any questions or need my expertise in selling your home, buying your dream home or looking for great investment property. I’m grateful for the opportunity to work with you.
One of the most important considerations a seller faces is whether or not to make improvements to the home or list it in "as is" condition. With so many buyers watching HGTV and other house hunting and house flipping shows, their expectations are very high when evaluating a property. For a long time, many buyers
Showing homes in their best light is one of my jobs. And, although I always point out the property’s best features, a little home staging goes a long way in marketing a home. Staging neutralizes a home so potential buyers can envision themselves moving in and putting their personal stamp on the place. On top
For most people, the purchase of a home is a big undertaking financially and emotionally. What can help make the process easier is being prepared. The first place to start is at your bank or credit union. Because there is a housing inventory shortage along Boston's north shore, sellers want to work with buyers who