FRAMINGHAM — Good fortune often comes with good timing, and that was the case for Pat and Kym Parker.
The Framingham couple recently sold their split-level home on Randy Road for $655,000 — in less than two days — in a hot real estate market. They listed their home for $550,000 on a Thursday, and two days later they accepted a buyer’s offer, walking away with a tidy surplus of $105,000.
They lived in the home for just a little more than three years, paying $420,000 at the time of their purchase, according to city property records. Their sale price was 56% higher than their purchase price.
“In May, we were hearing how crazy the market was,” said Pat Parker, 32, in explaining that he spoke with a few real estate agents about potentially putting his home on the market. “We liked the number we were getting.”