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This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $375,000. This Multi-Level style home was sold by Moises Cosme - Atlantic Coast Homes.


16 Bates Rd, Framingham, MA 01702

Single-Family

$393,500
Price
$375,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Great commuter location! Minutes from Schools Shopping and Schools. Great home with lots of charm and potential. Fence back yard perfect for entertaining. First Showing will be at the Open House.

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52 Elm St, Gardner, MA 01440

Single-Family

$254,999
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
This home is fully renovated, all systems are brand new!! First floor is open concept featuring hardwood floors throughout. Living room is spacious and allows for family game nights or entertaining guests with easy access to the brand new kitchen. Kitchen design features top of the line materials with stainless steel appliances, the layout and look are spectacular but practical with plenty of storage and counter space. Half bathroom on the first floor is generously proportioned. Energy efficient heating system with a tank less water heater gives you convenience and savings. Master bedroom is spacious with a beautiful and tastefully designed bathroom and walk in closet, common bathroom is ample and well proportioned. Additional bedrooms offer substantial space with large closets. Property is walking distance to downtown and local elementary school. Open house Sunday May 26, 2019 from 12 to 1:30pm.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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If you intend to buy or sell a home, it's never too early to start planning ahead for moving day. By doing so, you can find a great moving company that will make it simple for you to take all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Ultimately, there are several best practices that individuals should consider before they hire a moving company, and these practices include:

1. Conduct an In-Depth Search

Dozens of moving companies may be available in your city or town, and all of these businesses claim to be the best. As such, differentiating one moving company from another sometimes can be difficult.

To kick off a search for a moving company, it often pays to reach out to family members, friends and neighbors for support. These individuals likely have moved at some point in their lives and may be able to provide moving company recommendations.

When in doubt, don't hesitate to search for moving companies online as well. A simple online search for moving companies likely will reveal a wide range of results. However, as you check out each company's website and client reviews, you should have no trouble narrowing your search.

2. Ask for Client Referrals

It never hurts to ask a moving company for client referrals. That way, you can gain firsthand insights into what it is like to work with a particular moving company.

To obtain client referrals, call a moving company directly. If the company has a proven reputation, it likely can provide client referrals instantly. Conversely, if a moving company has delivered lackluster results to date, it may struggle to provide client referrals.

In addition, ask a moving company's past customers about their experiences with the business. Find out why these customers chose a particular moving company, how the moving company handled various moving day challenges and whether these customers would use the same company in the future. This will enable you to gain the comprehensive insights you need to make an informed decision.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Local real estate agents are well-connected in their respective cities and towns. Thus, if you contact a real estate agent today, you can simplify your search for the right moving company.

A real estate agent is happy to provide expert recommendations about moving companies in your area. Plus, if you need help finding a moving company on short notice, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to assist you.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is available to support homebuyers and home sellers alike. This housing market professional understands the challenges associated with buying and selling a house and will assist homebuyers and home sellers in any way possible. In fact, a real estate agent will help a property buyer or seller get ready to enter the housing market, prep for moving day and much more.

Take the guesswork out of finding the right moving company – use the aforementioned best practices, and you're sure to find a terrific moving company.



63 Central St, Ashburnham, MA 01430

Single-Family

$120,000
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This is a short sale attempt, property to be sold 'as is' 'as seen' 'where is', seller/broker make no warranties or representations. Any & all buyers making an offer will be required to complete their inspection within 7 days of offer acceptance by the seller. Buyers will be required per the terms of the standard contract to provide listing broker with the inspection report for negotiation purposes. Buyer responsible for any and all inspections necessary to complete sale, this includes Title V IF applicable and smoke certifications. Seller will NOT improve the condition of the property in any way for any reason. Buyer's responsible for diligence. *** Sale subject to buyer paid premium of $5,000 over & above the purchase price. The premium is a non financeable charge and is due at closing.*** PROPERTY IS OCCUPIED PLEASE COORDINATE WITH LISTING BROKER FOR SHOWINGS *** :LIST PRICE IS SHORT SALE LENDER APPROVED & INCLUDES BUYER ONLY NEGOTIATION FEE ***
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Shopping for a new home is difficult and time-consuming. With all of the homes listed for sale, it’s tempting to want to visit all of them. However, if you’re juggling house-hunting with your work and personal life, then you likely won’t have time to set aside many hours to visit several homes.

 This is where you can use technology to your advantage. With free, modern tools online you can find out plenty about a house and the neighborhood it’s in without ever having to go and visit it. Better yet, you can do so in just a few minutes right from home.

 In this article, we’re going to teach you how to become a real estate investigator from the comfort of your own couch, helping you save time while hunting for the perfect home for you. 

 Know what you’re looking for

While it’s okay to browse homes for pleasure, when it comes to getting serious about buying a home you’ll want to keep your search as specific as possible. Think about what you or your family need in a house and neighborhood, rather than focusing on idealized versions of those things.

A good way to do this is to sit down and make a list of your budget and the five most important things you’re looking for in a home. These could be things like distance to work, being in a certain school district, or having a certain number of bedrooms. Once you have these details in mind you can begin your search.

Search tools

There are a number of search tools for locating homes near you. The key to searching, however, isn’t the tool you use but how you search. Refer to your list for things like room numbers, square footage, and location.

If you don’t come up with as many hits as you’d like, try setting up email or text alerts so you can be made aware of the new results for your area.

Once you have a list of about ten properties, you’re ready to start researching them further to see which sellers you want to contact to view the home.

Researching a potential home

Many people are surprised at the number of things you can learn about a home just from a Google search. However, Google will be an indispensable tool in your search for the perfect home.

Let’s start our search on Google Maps. Type in the address for the house you’re researching and see if there are any photos of the home that aren’t on the listing page. Next, enter the satellite view of the home to get an idea of the layout of the home and property.

While you’re in Google Maps, it’s a good idea to browse the local area for businesses, hospitals, schools, parks, and other services that might affect your decision. Then, set a driving route between the house and your place of work to find out how long it would take you to get to work if you moved there.

Once you’re done in Google Maps, head back to the Google search page and browse the results for the address. This could show you information on previous owners, prices, and crime statistics. All of this will be useful information in your search.

Repeat this search method for the rest of your homes on your list and you’ll be narrowing down potential homes to visit in no time.




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