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Posted by Cori Oehley on 11/10/2019


76 Main, Upton, MA 01568

Rental

$2,350
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Upton Duplex Renovation is complete . This is the lifestyle you want!!! Fastidious attention to detail though out this "better than new" Townhouse Style Apartment. 1600sq ft including 3rd floor office/ kids space. Gorgeous Country sized kitchen with timeless top of the line Cherry Cabinetry, Stainless Steal Appliances, Granite Counter tops and "Wood Plank" Ceramic Tile flooring. Both Bathrooms have matching Cabinetry , counter tops and flooring. 1st Floor laundry hook ups. (Gas or electric dryer). Brand New Glistening Oak Flooring through out living room, Bedrooms and Finished 3rd. Floor. Walk out basement offers amazing storage space. Off Street Parking and large back yard for family cook outs. Close to 495 , 90, and Commuter rail. Final touched and landscaping being done. Available July 15. Call for a preview and reserve now!!
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Posted by Cori Oehley on 11/5/2019

The homebuying journey is rarely problem-free. Fortunately, homebuyers who know how to address challenges throughout the property buying journey should have no trouble making their homeownership dreams come true.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you develop an effective approach to address any homebuying challenges that come your way.

1. Be Diligent

When it comes to homebuying challenges, it helps to be diligent. A diligent homebuyer allocates time and resources to understand problems and address them from every angle. As such, this buyer may be better equipped than others to find the right solution to any homebuying challenge, at any time.

Furthermore, a diligent homebuyer often learns about the housing market and analyzes real estate market patterns and trends. With this information at his or her disposal, a homebuyer can use real estate market data to gain an advantage over rival property buyers. And as a result, a diligent homebuyer can use housing market data to make fast, informed decisions throughout the property buying journey.

2. Understand the Worst-Case Scenarios

No one likes to think about the worst-case scenarios. Yet considering potential challenges that could arise during the homebuying cycle may help a property buyer plan ahead for these problems.

As a homebuyer, it is important to prepare as much as possible for all stages of the property buying journey. If a buyer understands potential challenges, he or she may be able to address such problems without delay. Perhaps best of all, this buyer can minimize the risk of encountering possible hurdles that otherwise may prevent him or her from finding the right house at the right price.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Dealing with a homebuying challenge on your own can cause immense stress. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who can help you identify and resolve any homebuying challenges before they escalate.

A real estate agent is a homebuying expert who can guide you along each stage of the property buying journey. First, he or she will learn about your homebuying goals and craft a custom property buying strategy. A real estate agent next will keep you up to date about new homes that match your property buying criteria, as well as set up home showings. And once you find a house that you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you submit a competitive offer to purchase this residence.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent provides after a seller accepts your offer to purchase a home, either. At this point, a real estate agent will help you schedule a house inspection and ensure that you are fully prepared for closing day. And if you have concerns or questions along the way, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Want to become a confident homebuyer? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can bolster your homebuying confidence and address any homebuying challenges with poise and integrity.




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Posted by Cori Oehley on 10/29/2019

Whether you're trying to balance your household budget or save money to buy your first house, discount coupons can help.

Coupons alone are not a panacea that will cure budgetary woes or enable you to quickly save up for a real estate down payment, but they can play a role in achieving your financial goals.

Building up your financial nest egg or saving thousands for a down payment requires planning, organization, and motivation. While this may sound like a steep mountain to climb, the biggest challenge involves examining your values and overcoming self-limiting habits and beliefs. If you're convinced, for example, that it's impossible to save money and get ahead, then those beliefs will slow you down, if not sabotage your progress, completely.

There are a lot of reasons why discount coupons are not an effective money-saving strategy for many people, but it often boils down to three things:

  1. Disorganization: Although coupons are a marketing tool used by businesses to get consumers to buy more products and services, it's often a "win-win" situation. If a coupon happens to be for product that you need or would ordinarily buy, then it's like having extra money in your wallet. For some people, putting the coupons IN their wallet is a good way to make sure they have them when they're at the checkout counter or drive through.
  2. Pride: There's nothing undignified about using coupons, unless you have such a large stack of them that you're causing people behind you to roll their eyes, sigh loudly, or grumble under their breaths! And speaking of misplaced pride: If you're over 60, don't hesitate to claim your senior citizen discounts at restaurants, the theater, movies, public transportation, museums, car rental places, and hotels. Those savings can really add up!
  3. Lack of planning: When your trips to the grocery store are planned, rather than sponteous, you're a lot more likely to remember your coupons and your shopping list. By having your coupons with you and knowing what you need to buy, you'll be more focused and tend to spend less money on impulse items.
Effectively managing your household budget or saving money for a house down payment is usually the result of multiple strategies, rather than just using coupons or doing comparison shopping. One of the first steps to gaining control over your finances involves examining your cash flow situation. Itemizing your expenses and deducting them from your income will give you a clearer idea of where your money is going and how much you have left at the end of the month. By listing your expenses and disposable income, you can often identify "leaks" in your cash flow and find ways to stretch your dollar farther. When you assign yourself the job of "gatekeeper," you'll be surprised at the many ways there are to tighten your belt, without making major sacrifices in your lifestyle.





Posted by Cori Oehley on 10/22/2019

The real estate market is always changing since there are so many people who want to get the best for their buying potential. If you are on the market and want to know what to expect from it, the following are the home buying trends that will impact the real estate market in 2019.

Home Buying Trends

First, the affordability of houses will change in 2019. Since 2008, potential home buyers and first time home buyers have been cautious on making a purchase. In 2019, the market shows that affordability is to reach a good level for these first time home buyers and potential home buyers. 

Second, home prices and sales trends would continue to fluctuate based on zip code and the neighborhood. Home prices often vary. They are also very different between ZIP codes, communities, and blocks. This trend will continue in 2019.

Third, mortgage rates are going to come up. Market projections show that by mid-2019 mortgage rates will rise another 0.5%. As the prices go up, current homeowners should expect lower mortgage rates. This fact may lead to home sellers getting dis-incentivized because mortgage rate growth and home price growth will affect the market into a shift. Fortunately, there are still potential home buyers who are willing to buy with mortgage rates at 6% to 7%. 

Finally, projections show that the impact of the recent Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) would not be as significant as people are expecting. 

Home Selling Trends

When it comes to home selling or selling a lease, the market is very competitive. There are new trends that everybody should expect.

First, with the growth of the housing market, apartment landlords and builders will get more engaged in the so-called ďarms race for new amenities.Ē Every developer would shift focus from maximizing space from a more focused building scheme towards maximizing space to give way for amenities.

Another change that the real estate market should expect is a continued rise of artificial intelligence as it makes its way towards the real estate market. Building management and design would also get affected by the increase of the real estate market.

Now that you know the home buying and home selling trends that will impact the market in 2019, contact a real estate agent today and see if it's a good time to make a move.




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Posted by Cori Oehley on 10/15/2019

No matter how much experience you have as a gardener, mistakes happen to everyone. Some gardening mistakes are actually avoidable. Below, youíll find some of the most common gardening mistakes and how to stay clear of them. Next time around that you decide to plant, youíll have an even greener thumb than you did the season before. 


You Planted Too Early


When the springtime hits, itís easy to feel eager to plant and get your crops going. Planting too early without proper grow cloths or warm enough temperatures can be completely detrimental to anything that is trying to grow. 


Watering Too Much Or Two Little


There is a finite amount of water thatís required for plants to thrive. The general rule is for plants to receive about an inch of water per week. Plants that have not been watered enough will show certain signs including yellowing leaves and wilting leaves. Any fruits that are produced will be deformed. Be sure that you make up for the deficit of water during dry spells that occur by watering accordingly.   


Plants that have been overwatered can also cause yellowing leaves. You donít want your water to pool or cause puddles in the garden. If this happens, youíll need to add a bit more organic matter to the soil itself. 


Not Planting In A Bright Enough Place


Itís a basic scientific principle that plants need sunlight to grow properly. If you have planted things in the shade, they may not thrive. If you donít have a sunny spot to plant your garden, try using portable gardening containers that you can move around. Shoot for at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day for your plants.       


Not Weeding


Weeds can obviously choke your crops, sucking moisture and food away from the plants. If you donít actively work to eliminate weeds, your plants will suffer greatly. Eliminate weeds as soon as you spot them. Allowing one weed to flourish is to allow them all to take over! Mulching can be a great start in helping to keep weeds away. If any weeds are found after the mulch has been put down, be sure to move them promptly. 


Planting Too Much


If you plant too much, space can become a problem. Focus on planting what you and your family like to eat and will actually use. This problem comes down to a matter of preference and taste. You donít want to spend a ton of time gardening just to realize that  youíve completely wasted your efforts. 


Keep in mind that thereís always something new to learn when it comes to gardening. Know that no matter what level of gardener you are mistakes are inevitable but not completely unavoidable.         





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