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Posted by Real Living Realty Group on 1/21/2018

You may have been looking at homes online for awhile. You might have set up a search to allow properties that meet a certain search criteria to reach your inbox. At some point, youíre going to be heading to open houses, seeing homes firsthand. Whether you tour the home during an open house, or set up a private showing with your realtor, youíll want to make the most out of your home searches. Each showing is for a limited amount of time, making the time you spend at each home crucial to your search. 


Select The Right Homes To View


Youíll need t narrow down the list of homes from your online search that youíd actually like to see in person. Some ways to easily narrow down the properties are:


  • Look at property details and photos of the property at least a few times. 
  • Ask questions before you go so your realtor can get researching.
  • Ask your realtor if they have similar properties available in their database.


Donít Look If You Canít Afford It


Itís a good idea to know your budget before you go and see homes. You donít want to fall in love with a home that you canít afford. you want to be more realistic in your approach to what type of home you can afford. 

The listing price comes from a variety of factors including the view, the square footage of the home, the location and more. Similar homes will have similar price tags. If you stick with homes in your budget range, your search will be much easier. 


Understand How Home Showings Are Scheduled


Real estate agents can schedule private home showings for you. You are able to send your agent every listing that you want to see, and theyíll advise you on it and make arrangements. A good agent will think of all the factors that are involved in scheduling the showings including planning the appointment windows and calculating the driving distances. This way, youíll know how many homes you can realistically see in a certain time frame. Your real estate agent will be able to make all of the calls needed for you and schedule the showings accordingly.    


When you hire a real estate agent, youíll have a professional by your side to walk you through each home. With someone there to help you see both the pros and cons of a property, youíll be able to make an informed decision for your home purchase. Your agent can guide you in everything from the state of the real estate market itself to the neighborhood that yoauíre looking to move into. When it comes to making the most of home showings, the biggest piece of advice that you can take is to not go it alone. This is why having a realtor is a great asset!  





Posted by Real Living Realty Group on 1/14/2018

As a homeowner, you're constantly faced with a variety of spending decisions, many of which could improve the quality of your life or just put a strain on your budget. The challenge is to monitor your cash flow, anticipate your family's needs, and avoid spending more than you can afford. There's a goal that's much easier said than done! Although managing one's budget is based on personal priorities and financial resources, it's often useful to consider feedback and perspectives from other homeowners. The following thoughts are based on the experiences of one such homeowner.

  • Tool sheds are not an absolute necessity for most people, but they can be extremely helpful in protecting your yard equipment and keeping your property looking neat. If you own a riding mower, for example, there may not be space in your garage to store it. For those who own a backyard swimming pool, a shed can be very useful for storing pool chemicals, maintenance equipment, and pool toys. While a tool shed can set you back a few hundred dollars or more, getting one on your property will make your yard look nicer and keep your tools, chemicals, and machinery in a safer, more secure place.
  • Many people are aware that a basement dehumidifier can remove excess moisture and help prevent the growth of mold. This is especially important if you're storing anything of value in your basement, such as old books, important documents, clothing, framed art, or collectables. Since basement humidifiers vary in price from a couple hundred dollars to well over $1,000, some homeowners postpone buying them. However, when you factor in the potential cost of mold remediation and having to throw away belongings that get damaged by moisture and mold, the cost is much more justifiable. If you're fortunate enough to have a dry basement with a humidity level of less than 50%, then a dehumidifier may be an unnecessary purchase. If you want to be sure, though, you can buy a cheap humidity gauge for $10 or $20 -- either online or at a local hardware store.
  • A ceiling fan may seem like a frivolous expense for a screened in porch, but you'll be mighty glad you have one on hot, humid days! You might think that large window screens would provide ample circulation for an outdoor porch, but unless there's a breeze -- either natural or man made -- then that hot air will often just sit there and linger, much like a guest who has overstayed their welcome! A ceiling fan can pull that uncomfortable air away from you and stir up some much-needed circulation. Ceiling fans, which typically cost between $100 and $200 (plus installation) -- create both the look and feel of a cool, breezy environment. They also help reduce air conditioning costs inside your home.
Since everyone's personal needs, budgets, and lifestyles are different, there are a lot of factors that come into play when deciding whether to purchase (or postpone) any of these three items. Hopefully, this blog post has provided you with some helpful insights on making those decisions!




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Posted by Real Living Realty Group on 1/11/2018


9 Oakhill Ave, Wrentham, MA 02093

Land

$239,900
Price

0.82
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Here's your chance to build in one of Wrentham's top subdivisions. One of the last lots left! If you've been looking to custom build in a neighborhood yet still have privacy, this is your opportunity. . Underground utilities are at the site and ready to go. Bring your builder's plans or use one of our plans and builders.
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Posted by Real Living Realty Group on 1/7/2018

Selling your home can be an uphill climb, particularly for those who fail to devote the necessary time and resources to enhance their kitchen.

The kitchen serves as a central meeting place in any home, regardless of size. As such, home sellers will want to do everything they can to create a warm, inviting kitchen atmosphere that helps make their residence attractive to homebuyers.

Ready to transform an ordinary kitchen into one that homebuyers won't soon forget? Here are three kitchen remodeling tips that every home seller needs to know.

1. Consider All of Your Lighting Options.

Pendant lights represent wonderful additions in a kitchen because they make it easy to brighten up the entire space. Plus, these lights are both stylish and practical and may prove to be a viable option in your kitchen for an extended period of time.

Furthermore, under-cabinet lighting offers outstanding value, especially for those who want their kitchen to stand out to homebuyers.

As a home seller, you'll want to do everything you can to impress homebuyers whenever they visit your residence. And with small, inexpensive under-cabinet lights, your kitchen may be better equipped to make a long-lasting impression on homebuyers.

2. Don't Break the Bank to Revamp Your Kitchen Floors.

Over the years, your kitchen floors may have suffered scratches and dings that you'll want to eliminate as soon as possible. Although your kitchen floors may be an eyesore, you won't necessarily need to break the bank to enhance their appearance.

For example, if you have wood floors in your kitchen, you may be able to refinish them rather than having to commit substantial time and resources to replace them. Refinishing wood floors may allow you to make them appear as good as new, and the time and money you save by choosing floor refinishing over floor replacement could be invested in other home repair projects as well.

Also, if you have tile or vinyl kitchen floors, you may want to consider sealed cork in the future. Sealed cork boasts a distinct look and feel and will maintain its appearance for years to come, making it a stunning and cost-effective kitchen floor replacement option.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent.

Improving your kitchen can be exceedingly difficult for any home seller, at any time. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who understand what it takes to revamp a kitchen's appearance in no time at all.

Hiring a real estate agent may prove to be a great choice. This professional will help you evaluate your kitchen and ensure you can complete the right repairs to enhance its appearance. Moreover, your real estate agent will make it simple to establish priorities so you'll be able to allocate time and resources to the right kitchen repair projects.

When it comes to enhancing your kitchen, why should you be forced to leave anything to chance? Instead, work with a friendly, experienced real estate agent, and you can streamline the process of transforming your kitchen into an asset that helps your house stand out to homebuyers.




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Posted by Real Living Realty Group on 1/4/2018


177 North St, Walpole, MA 02081

Condo

$359,900
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Your wait is over, here it is! Updated 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo, with a garage in North Walpole! You'll enter through the warm and inviting foyer/mudroom and head up to the main living level of the unit where you'll find a tastefully updated kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. As you navigate through the over 1300 sq feet of living space, you'll find a large living room, with plenty of space and a quaint dining area. When you move on to the bedrooms, you'll be happy to find a master suite with full master bathroom, 2 more generously sized bedrooms and another updated full bathroom. There is also basement space for storage!! Nothing to do here but move in and enjoy all the updates. The condo is located within minutes of the town center, major highways, public transportation and the T. If you've been looking for a truly move in 3 bedroom condo with a garage, your search is over. Here it is! Don't let this one slip away.
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January 07 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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