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Posted on 09/27/2020
What are Quiet Title Actions?
Photo by Curtis Adams from Pexels A variety of complications can come into play for today's property owners. Many of these issues involve title — property rights conferring legal ownership. While title is often straightforward, it may prove difficult to establish in select circumstances. In such situations, a quiet title action may be the most effective solution available....
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Posted on 09/20/2020
Should You Try to Negotiate with a Homebuyer?
If you want to achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey, you should be open to negotiating with a homebuyer. Because if you communicate with a property buyer, you may increase your chances of enjoying a quick, successful home selling experience. There is no need to stress about a home negotiation. Now, let's take a look at...
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Posted on 09/19/2020
Another Property Sold - 318 South St, Hanson, MA 02341
AMAZING value will not last! Move right in and celebrate this summer in your new home! This spacious colonial offers 4bdrms, 2.5bthrms, an open floor plan, 1 car garage (under), newer roof (2014), and .7 acres. Updated kitchen with granite counters, tile flooring, and breakfast nook area. Sparkling hardwoods floors in the lvrm, dining room, and family room. Laundry is conveniently located on the first floor with a 1/2 bthrm.  Bedrooms located on the 2nd floor with a common bathroom and a master bedroom with a bathroom as well.  Finished area in basement with an office and a walk out to the one car garage (under). Conveniently located minutes...
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Posted on 09/16/2020
Another Property Sold - 72 Brockton Ave, Scituate, MA 02066
This ranch has so much potential - A space for the weekends? Just the summer? All year round? Investment? One floor living with three bedrooms, living room, dining room kitchen and sunporch. Technically one bathroom but the shower and toilet/sink are two different rooms. The full large attic and basement are great for storage. Need more space? Expansion may be possible on the 10,000sf lot. Imagine being one block from open ocean at Sand Hills Beach and just two blocks to Museum Beach overlooking the Harbor. Living in Sand Hills is like stepping back in time with its own general store and clubhouse which hosts events for all ages. The home is...
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Posted on 09/13/2020
Fall Planting for Spring Blooms
Photo by Rob3rt82 via Shutterstock As temperatures start to drop, many people are focused on Autumn plants like pumpkins and apples, but now is the best time to plant bulbs for your favorite spring and summer-blooming flowers. The cool fall and winter temperatures are necessary to prepare the bulbs to grow properly in the spring. When you stop...
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Posted on 09/06/2020
5 Home Improvements That Will Boost Your Home’s Value
Photo by Eddie Zhang on Unsplash Whether you’re putting your home on the market or planning to sell down the road, the right home improvements have the power to boost your home’s value. Of course, big home improvement projects add up fast, but you don’t have to spend big bucks or dive into a complete kitchen remodel to...
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Posted on 09/01/2020
Another Property Rented - 80 Barker Rd, Scituate, MA 02066
Character, location and space sum up this gem in desired Sand Hills. Surrounded by beaches, an iconic Light House with jutting jetties and a bustling town Harbor all short distance away. Living here you'll breathe the fresh salt air all throughout the year! The spacious first floor includes an extra-large galley-style kitchen with an abundance of cabinets, flanked by a full-size dining area and an oversized bathroom with a walk-in shower; the large living room is adjacent to a wrap-around porch which is incorporated into the living space and is ideal for home schooling. Laundry on the first floor. On the second floor you'll find four...
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Posted on 08/30/2020
DIY: Build a Fire Pit in Your Backyard
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay A fire pit adds a cozy and fun element to any backyard. Think of the roasting of marshmallows or just enjoying a toasty fire on a chilly fall night. Building a fire pit is a relatively straightforward DIY project. To get started, you’ll need the right materials, tools, location and confirmation you will...
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Posted on 08/25/2020
80 Barker Rd #1, Scituate, MA 02066 is now new to the market!
Character, location and space sum up this gem in desired Sand Hills. Surrounded by beaches, an iconic Light House with jutting jetties and a bustling town Harbor all short distance away. Living here you'll breathe the fresh salt air all throughout the year! The spacious first floor includes an extra-large galley-style kitchen with an abundance of cabinets, flanked by a full-size dining area and an oversized bathroom with a walk-in shower; the large living room is adjacent to a wrap-around porch which is incorporated into the living space and is ideal for home schooling. Laundry on the first floor. On the second floor you'll find four...
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Posted on 08/23/2020
5 Interesting Ways to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal
Image by Pexels from Pixabay You’re getting ready to put your house on the market and scurrying to make everything look perfect for potential buyers. While it’s important to focus on readying your home’s interior for viewing, remember not to neglect your exterior. According to some estimates, 81% of real estate agents believe curb appeal is one of...
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Posted on 08/16/2020
Benefits of Financing Your Mortgage through a Credit Union
Image by annca from Pixabay You’ve finally found the perfect home. It’s got the number of bedrooms you wanted, a spacious kitchen, updated bathrooms, and even a beautiful vegetable garden out back. Now comes the tricky part—how to pay for it. Numerous home buyers find financing their mortgages through a credit union to be a good option. According...
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Posted on 08/09/2020
Will Your Real Estate Investment Weather the Hard Times of a Recession ?
Photo by Gerd Altmann via Pixabay Property owners got clobbered in the Great Recession of 2008, but that was the exception rather than the rule. Real estate typically weathers hard times well compared to other investments. Still, there’s always the possibility you could get squeezed if property values drop or if your personal or business income takes a...
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