Open house on 4/9/2017 at 32 Everit Ave Framingham, MA 01702


Date: 04/09/2017 Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM  
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Beautiful details abound throughout this circa 1917 colonial style home including: moulding, trim, decorative ceilings, hardwood floors and more. 2016 updated baths, exterior paint, 2015 roof, 2012 driveway. Newer gas hot water & many updated windows. Several improvements have been completed, but there’s still room to add your personal touch! In-law/au pair/office suite with 1 bed/1 bath, tile flooring and EIK. Walk-up attic for storage or a space of your own—plenty of room to grow! Master bedroom has walk-in closet/dressing area as does second bedroom (currently used as office). Huge yard. Easy .7 mile to commuter train to South Station! Convenient to all major routes, medical, shopping, dining, library and more! Showings begin at open house Saturday and Sunday 12-2.

Open house on 4/8/2017 at 32 Everit Ave Framingham, MA 01702


Date: 04/08/2017 Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM  
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Beautiful details abound throughout this circa 1917 colonial style home including: moulding, trim, decorative ceilings, hardwood floors and more. 2016 updated baths, exterior paint, 2015 roof, 2012 driveway. Newer gas hot water & many updated windows. Several improvements have been completed, but there’s still room to add your personal touch! In-law/au pair/office suite with 1 bed/1 bath, tile flooring and EIK. Walk-up attic for storage or a space of your own—plenty of room to grow! Master bedroom has walk-in closet/dressing area as does second bedroom (currently used as office). Huge yard. Easy .7 mile to commuter train to South Station! Convenient to all major routes, medical, shopping, dining, library and more! Showings begin at open house Saturday and Sunday 12-2.

Single-Family – 32 Everit Ave Framingham, MA 01702 is now new to the market!

Beautiful details abound throughout this circa 1917 colonial style home including: moulding, trim, decorative ceilings, hardwood floors and more. 2016 updated baths, exterior paint, 2015 roof, 2012 driveway. Newer gas hot water & many updated windows. Several improvements have been completed, but there’s still room to add your personal touch! In-law/au pair/office suite with 1 bed/1 bath, tile flooring and EIK. Walk-up attic for storage or a space of your own—plenty of room to grow! Master bedroom has walk-in closet/dressing area as does second bedroom (currently used as office). Huge yard. Easy .7 mile to commuter train to South Station! Convenient to all major routes, medical, shopping, dining, library and more! Showings begin at open house Saturday and Sunday 12-2.

This is a Colonial style home and features 6 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.22 Acres, and is currently available for $439,897.

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How To Perfectly Arrange Your Bedroom

Bedrooms come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You bedroom is more than a place for sleeping. They have become multi-purpose rooms over the years. Depending on your circumstances, bedrooms may need to house a home office, a playroom, or a tv and movie hub in addition to a bed.

The most important role your bedroom plays is providing you with a good night’s rest. We have a bunch of different ideas here to help you maximize your space and style in the most comfortable way possible.

Consider What The Space Will Be Used For

Will your bedroom be used as a reading room? If so, you need to add a comfy chair to the space. If your bedroom has a multi-purpose as a home office, you’ll need to add a comfy desk and chair to the room for your working hours. Plan the room around the pieces that must be in there. Many pieces of furniture can also be double purposed like a table that can also be used as a desk.

It’s All In Where You Place Things

The biggest decision that you’ll need to make is where to put the furniture. If you place things strategically, you’ll be able to fit everything you need in the room without sacrificing charm and style. Placing the bed near the windows is a great way to save space and let light in, since a bed won’t completely block the window.

Add Your Character To The Space

If your bedroom represents the things that you love, you can’t go wrong in the space. While it’s usually not recommended that we work and sleep in the same space, sometimes it’s unavoidable. There are ways that you can separate the two worlds with a room screen, for example.

Whatever your bedroom space is being used for, be sure to provide balance to the room. As long as an object is pleasing to you, you can’t go wrong placing it in the bedroom. Think outside of the box with objects like benches, love seats and even antique radios. If you can use it and it makes you happy, there’s a way to make the object fit within the purpose of your bedroom.

Lighting

No matter what your bedroom will be used for, lighting is extremely important. Make sure that there’s lights near each side of the bed. These will be useful for many different things from early morning risers to reading in bed to night owls.

Planning Makes The Process Smoother

Remember that the most important thing that you can do for your bedroom furniture arrangement- or any room for that matter- is to plan. With careful measurements of the pieces that must go into the room and careful thought of what you’d like to go into the room, you can create the perfect bedroom.

Focus on These Key Items at Open Houses

Attending an open house is like going on a job interview. House sellers and their realtor may appear to be in total control of the process. But, that’s not the case. As a home buyer, you can put yourself in the driver’s seat by making a thorough review of the house. You can also ask home sellers or their realtor the following questions.

Answers to these open house questions could land you a great new homeowner deal

Several questions to ask realtors and home sellers can be asked as you walk through the house. It’s good to ask other questions after you have finished walking through the house and have a better idea of the house layout, features and amenities.

How many offers have you received on the house so far? Low interest in the house could be a sign that the house has problems or is located in a depressed neighborhood. It could also be a sign that the house just went up for sale or that you could get a good price for the house.

Why did you put your house on the market? Again, similar to a job interview, the answer to this question is revealing. Just as you’d want to know why someone left their job, find out why sellers want to part with their house.

Tell me how long your house has been on the market. Look to negotiate for a lower price if the house has been on the market for an extended period of time. This could prove to be a real bargaining chip.

Have you done anything since you put the house on the market to try to generate a sale? If so, what exactly did you do? Find out if the seller lowered the price on the house. Did they offer to pay the closing costs? Is the realtor advertising that the sellers will include appliances like a refrigerator, stove and oven or washer and dryer in to attract buyers?

More revealing questions to ask home sellers

How soon after the house is sold will the sellers be ready to move out of the house? Make sure that you can move into your new home when you’re ready.

Please tell me how long you have lived in the neighborhood. Also, ask what the neighbors are like.

What do you like best about the house and the neighborhood? Also ask sellers what they like east about the house and what they wish was different about the neighborhood.

Reach out to the home seller’s realtor if you want to schedule a private viewing of a house. Arrive to an open house early enough to give yourself time to explore the house fully. The last thing you want is to make a rush decision on a house. Another tip is to bring a relative or friend with you, someone who understands houses, including a house’s structure, pipes and wiring. Before you leave, meet with the realtor or house sellers and ask them the right questions. Answers to these questions provide you the information that you need to make a wise house buying decision.

Four Compelling Reasons to Organize Your Closets


If you’ve been putting off organizing your closets for months — if not years — you’re not alone! Since closets are not usually a “high visibility” area of the house, cleaning them often ends up being relegated to the bottom of people’s priority lists.

It’s easy to postpone tackling the project because you can simply close the door and forget about what a disaster area it’s become!

There are, however, several sound reasons for bumping it up on your “to do” list.

  • First of all, you’ll probably find valuable things you thought were lost forever. Depending on how long it’s been since you last cleaned out your closets, there’s a good chance you’ll find miscellaneous valuable items ranging from missing gloves and address books to lost photo albums and unopened gifts. There’s no end to the possible treasures you could stumble upon in a closet that you haven’t organized for a while. You may even find lost items you were considering replacing. In that case, you can save your money or spend it on something else!
  • It’s an opportunity to help others. All communities have charitable organizations that distribute warm clothing, shoes, essential kitchen supplies, school backpacks, and other useful items to underprivileged families in your area. By giving away things you no longer need and use, you can accomplish two objectives: clearing out the clutter in your home and helping needy families or organizations in the community.
  • You’ll enjoy a sense of accomplishment. On one hand, when you keep putting off a project that you know needs to get done, it creates an underlying feeling of frustration. However, once you get the task underway and completed, you’ll feel like you’re making progress with your goals and moving forward. (Not only that, but your closets will no longer be an eyesore that cause you to cringe every time you go to grab a jacket or hang up your clothes!)
  • Completing one project helps create momentum for getting started on something else. As Sir Isaac Newton, the famous physicist, stated more than 300 years ago, “A body at rest will remain at rest, and a body in motion will remain in motion unless it is acted upon by an external force.” (Source: Live Science) That principle applies as much to human behavior as it does to inanimate objects. Once you force yourself to get started on a project — whether it involves organization, cleaning, repair, or home improvement — you’ll discover new-found energy and motivation for other tasks.

While it may seem as if cleaning your closets is a monumental task that makes you feel physically and mentally drained just thinking about it, the hardest part is getting started — taking those first few steps. By picking one closet to organize and setting aside just an hour or two to do it (and creating a semblance of order), you’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish in just one session!

Open house on 3/19/2017 at 30 Prescott St Framingham, MA 01702


Date: 03/19/2017 Time: 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM  
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Bright and sunny – move-in condition – plenty of storage areas— why rent, when you can own this well appointed townhouse?! Updated kitchen with newer appliances, newer bath, refinished wood stairs and engineered hardwood flooring throughout. Master bedroom has spacious built-in storage closet area. Basement with laundry can be used for playroom, exercise equipment, workshop, art studio or home office. Heat, hot water, master insurance, landscaping and snow removal are ALL included in $306 monthly fee. Easy access to major routes, Framingham State University, MBTA, hospital, library, dining and shops! Pets under 25 lbs ok. Showings begin at open house Saturday 1-2:30 & Sunday 12:30-2. Please park in GUEST spaces only.

Open house on 3/18/2017 at 30 Prescott St Framingham, MA 01702


Date: 03/18/2017 Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM  
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Bright and sunny – move-in condition – plenty of storage areas— why rent, when you can own this well appointed townhouse?! Updated kitchen with newer appliances, newer bath, refinished wood stairs and engineered hardwood flooring throughout. Master bedroom has spacious built-in storage closet area. Basement with laundry can be used for playroom, exercise equipment, workshop, art studio or home office. Heat, hot water, master insurance, landscaping and snow removal are ALL included in $306 monthly fee. Easy access to major routes, Framingham State University, MBTA, hospital, library, dining and shops! Pets under 25 lbs ok. Showings begin at open house Saturday 1-2:30 & Sunday 12:30-2. Please park in GUEST spaces only.

Condo – 30 Prescott St Unit 30 Framingham, MA 01702 is now new to the market!

Bright and sunny – move-in condition – plenty of storage areas— why rent, when you can own this well appointed townhouse?! Updated kitchen with newer appliances, newer bath, refinished wood stairs and engineered hardwood flooring throughout. Master bedroom has spacious built-in storage closet area. Basement with laundry can be used for playroom, exercise equipment, workshop, art studio or home office. Heat, hot water, master insurance, landscaping and snow removal are ALL included in $306 monthly fee. Easy access to major routes, Framingham State University, MBTA, hospital, library, dining and shops! Pets under 25 lbs ok. Showings begin at open house Saturday 1-2:30 & Sunday 12:30-2. Please park in GUEST spaces only.

This is a Townhouse style home and features 5 total rooms, 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $174,897.

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