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This Single-Family in Lowell, MA recently sold for $215,000. This Ranch,Cottage,Bungalow style home was sold by Office Renaissance - RE/MAX Renaissance Inc..


89 Puffer St., Lowell, MA 01851

Single-Family

$200,000
Price
$215,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Cute House with walk up attic and full basement with Detached garage. and fenced in yard. Conveniently located close to Lowell Connector and Routes 3 and 495. Contractors and Investors take notice !! This property needs updating, needs windows, needs siding, needs electrical updates, needs new bathroom work it does have updated heating system but needs lots of love. Priced for as is sale. Love it or Flip it. Open House Saturday Noon to 2PM or make an appointment.

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You may be thinking to yourself that rather than hiring an agent, you could use that commission money for something else. In most cases, buyers' real estate agents will ask for five to eight percent of the property's purchase price, which is certainly not cheap.

After all, can’t you just post your ideal house on a Facebook forum or a couple of Whatsapp groups and find a suitable seller? If you have been through the arduous process of buying a home a few times, you may feel you've learned the ropes and know how to cut a good deal on your own. 

However, on the flip side, how would you know that the house you’re being offered is the best available deal? Unless you’re in the real estate business, it would be difficult to tell. Especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Here are a few more salient points to think through:

The right price

It would be difficult to accurately tell the going price for the kind of house you’re looking for if you don’t have a finger on the real estate market’s pulse. Real estate agents are in the market on a daily basis and have a wealth of information on current pricing as well as pricing trends. This knowledge will help them find you a listing within your budget. Better still, they will be able to negotiate with the seller and save you a few extra bucks. This ability is because they have a fiduciary responsibility to work in your best interests. 

Disclosure

An experienced local real estate agent will help you get value for your money by exposing any hidden defects in the house. Your untrained eye may overlook some shortcomings in the state of a residence, clouded as it may be by the excitement of owning a new home. Your realtor will also make sure you get all the documents that you should have to prove your ownership of the property.

When you do decide to hire an agent, don't dial up the one on the property listing as they are representing the seller, and are not bound to work in your best interest. Getting an exclusive buyer's agent will ensure that you get better value.


This Condo in Quincy, MA recently sold for $305,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by Office Renaissance - RE/MAX Renaissance Inc..


459 Willard St, Quincy, MA 02169

Condo

$300,000
Price
$305,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Perfectly located Commuter's Condominium directly off Route 93, ideally situated close to Route 3 and Route 128. Well maintained Brick Mid-Rise Complex, minutes from East Milton Square, South Shore Plaza, and Blue Hills Reservation. This First Floor Two Bedroom and Two Bathroom Unit has been recently updated with Brand New Kitchen Stainless Steel Appliances, Remodeled Full Bathroom, and Newly Installed Flooring. More features include Central Air, In-Unit Laundry, Private Balcony, Walk-In Master Closet, Additional Linen Closets, Second Full Bathroom, and Two Private Parking Spaces adjacent to your Private Balcony. Travel to Boston quickly, explore the South Shore's many restaurants, and take advantage of easy access to Quincy's Wollaston Beach with its great seafood dining. Welcome home. OPEN HOUSES: Saturday 8/17 from 12pm-2pm, and Sunday 8/18 from 12pm-2pm.

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Your kitchen is an often used room and can become cluttered very quickly. There are plenty of strategies that you can use to keep the room in order. Below, you’ll find tips that will help you to keep your kitchen decluttered and your supplies organized once and for all! 


Make Space For Storage


This sounds like an obvious need in any room of the house, but the kitchen is a place where you need ample storage. There are a few ways to do this. Outside of your cabinets, you can install freestanding storage units, like shelving or extra cabinets. Even an armoire can help you to have a space to beautifully display your dishes. 


Under your sink, you can keep your most frequently used items like soap, sponges, and detergent in easy to access solutions. Either install a small turntable, or simple get bins that can be labeled and pulled out as needed. This will keep everything you need together neat and tidy. It will be difficult to actually disorganize this space once you have completed this small task. 


Coffee Time


What would a kitchen be without coffee? If you brew a cup of joe every morning, you’ll want easy access to coffee supplies. Dedicate a space next to the coffeemaker where you’ll keep the coffee, mugs, beans, and other supplies. You can even keep your travel mugs near this space within reach when you’re running out the door. If there’s little room on the counter, hang hooks on the wall to keep coffee mugs and travel mugs out of the way.


Tackle The Trash And Recycling


There’s nothing worse than having trash and recycling all over your kitchen. Keep these items concealed in dedicated cabinets. The perfect place for the trash and the recycling is next to the sink since that’s the most convenient location for the trash to be in. 


The recycling will follow the same pattern as it needs to be rinsed out and ready to go outside in the bins.  


Keep The Family Organized


A kitchen is a great place for you to have a center of communication for your family. This is where a bulletin board can be placed with important documents. A calendar listing all of the family’s activities and appointments can be hung for everyone’s reference. This area make use of a small space that would otherwise be wasted in your kitchen. It also serves a dual purpose in keeping the family organized.


Small changes can make a big difference in the kitchen when it comes to clutter, storage, and organization. Once you get started, keeping the clutter at bay can be very easy.


This Commercial in Reading, MA recently sold for $17. This style home was sold by Office Renaissance - RE/MAX Renaissance Inc..


274 Main St, Reading, MA 01867

Commercial

$17
Price
$17
Sale Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
43,779.00
Lot Size
Quality corner office space located on Main Street in Reading. Featuring an open floor plan with conference room, private office, kitchen, newer carpet, and plenty of large windows in each room. Gross modified lease, tenants pay share of utilities, taxes, common expenses, which generally add $3 to the sqft price on the rent. Tenant can reconfigure layout if desired. Newly renovated common area with elevator access and plenty of parking in front and back of the building. Come see this excellent space today.

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