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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 2/1/2019

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $479,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 CUDDY.


5 Potter Rd, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$499,900
Price
$479,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Spacious Newly Remodeled (2018) Split Entry Home in Desirable North Framingham location, Bright Open Living Room and Dinning Room with Gleaming Hardwood Floors throughout the First Floor, Fully Renovated Kitchen, Custom Cabinetry, Granite Counters and Samsung Stainless Steel Appliances. Beautiful Large Deck Looking Out at Lush Green Trees. Large Master Bedroom and 2 Spacious Bedrooms on First Floor. Beautifully Tiled Family Room with Working Brick Fireplace, Home Office and 1 Additional Bedroom in the above ground Bright and Sunny "basement" level. New Heat System, New AC System, New Hotwater Tank with updated Electrical..Freshly Hand Seeded Lawn to sprout soon to complement your surroundings. Easily accessible to Routes 9, 20, 30, and Mass Pike!

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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/31/2019


601 Washington St, Holliston, MA 01746

Single-Family

$454,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Quality Built 4 Bedroom Garrison Colonial. Walk to Town location. Great Schools! A true Norman Rockwell home town feeling with a General Store, Butcher shop, wonderful dining & town Golf course. Massive Off kitchen 23 ft. Great room, offers loads of space for pool table & Game Day parties. Large & Inviting 20 ft. livingroom with Fireplace. Big Eat-In Kitchen. Formal Diningroom. First floor office/homework room. Large Bedrms, spacious enough for King or Queen size beds. Large full basement with work shop, expansion possibilities. Huge 23'x23' two car Garage. Move in condition with a New Painted interior, Gleaming Hardwood floors throughout. Many recent updates include Roof, newly painted exterior, 200-amp circuit breakers, Boilermate hotwater tank and Updated thermopane energy efficient windows. Set off the road offering a beautiful skyline view and tranquil back yard privacy. Seller installing New 4 bedroom septic system. Commuters Dream location, minutes to Highway and Train.
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Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/27/2019

A smart home device may prove to be a time (and money) saver. However, not all smart house devices are ideal for all homeowners. If you select a smart home gadget that fails to accommodate your day-to-day needs, you risk wasting time and resources on a device that delivers little to no return on investment.

Ultimately, it helps to conduct an in-depth search for the right smart home devices based on your individual needs. With a comprehensive search, you can find one or more terrific smart house gadgets that suit you perfectly.

For those who are on the lookout for reliable and budget-friendly smart home devices, there are lots of things you can do to perform an extensive search for gadgets that will serve you well. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you find the right smart house gadgets for your residence.

1. Assess Your House

Think about why you want a smart home device, as well as how you might use this gadget in your house. Then, you can determine how exactly a smart house device can help you streamline various day-to-day tasks.

For instance, if you strive to reduce your electricity bills, you may want to invest in smart light bulbs. This investment could deliver long-lasting cost savings, as smart light bulbs will allow you to simultaneously brighten up your residence and lower your electricity consumption.

On the other hand, if you want a new doorbell, now may be an ideal time to invest in a smart doorbell. With a smart doorbell at your disposal, you can use the video camera that allows you to see visitors as soon as they approach your home.

2. Start Small and Scale Accordingly

Although you may be tempted to buy multiple smart home devices at once, it often is a good idea to purchase one smart house gadget at a time. That way, you can avoid the risk of getting overwhelmed by myriad smart home devices at once.

Generally, it helps to perform research, find out if a smart home device is right for you and make your smart house gadget purchase. If your investment works out well, you then should consider additional smart home devices.

Of course, if you find a particular smart home device fails to match your expectations, there is no need to stress. Smart home technology is constantly evolving, and as such, new and improved smart house devices soon may be available to fulfill your needs.

3. Review Your Budget

Set a budget for your smart home device spending. Next, try to stick to this budget as closely as possible to ensure you don't spend beyond your means to purchase smart house gadgets.

Shop around for a smart home device, too. This will allow you to pick up a quality smart house gadget at a price that corresponds to your budget.

Clearly, there is a lot to consider relative to smart home devices. If you use the aforementioned tips, you may be better equipped than ever before to determine if a particular smart house gadget is right for you.





Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/20/2019

Shopping for a new home is difficult and time-consuming. With all of the homes listed for sale, itís tempting to want to visit all of them. However, if youíre juggling house-hunting with your work and personal life, then you likely wonít 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 itís 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, weíre 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 youíre looking for

While itís okay to browse homes for pleasure, when it comes to getting serious about buying a home youíll 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 youíre 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, isnít the tool you use but how you search. Refer to your list for things like room numbers, square footage, and location.

If you donít come up with as many hits as youíd 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, youíre 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.

Letís start our search on Google Maps. Type in the address for the house youíre researching and see if there are any photos of the home that arenít 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 youíre in Google Maps, itís 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 youíre 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 youíll be narrowing down potential homes to visit in no time.





Posted by CENTURY 21 CUDDY on 1/13/2019

No matter how you look at it, putting your home on the market is a life-changing experience!

Not only will it change your future circumstances, but it will have an impact on your day-to-day routine, right now.

If your home is actively being shown by real estate agents, there are a few things you may need to do on a regular basis to make the best possible impression on potential buyers:

Keep it clean: Ordinarily, most homeowners aren't inclined to thoroughly clean their house every day -- or "at a moment's notice." Very few people have the time or motivation to keep their home's immaculate on a constant basis; it's exhausting just thinking about it! However, when your house is being viewed by prospective buyers, cleanliness -- or the lack, thereof -- will be noticed. Although "old habits die hard," it may be necessary to enlist the help and cooperation of your children (and spouse) in keeping the house looking presentable at all times. While it's unrealistic to expect your home to look immaculate day after day, it might be necessary to establish some new rules and standards for your family to follow about picking up clothes, toys, snack wrappers, and food residues. If you can maintain a "semblance of order" on an ongoing basis, then it shouldn't be too difficult to prepare your home for the next showing. While you'll usually get at least 24-hours notice before a house showing is scheduled, there may be the occasional request for a same-day visit.

Appearances count: "Keeping up Appearances" is more than just a popular British sitcom; it's a necessary goal for anyone hoping to sell their home within a reasonable period of time. Doing your best to stage your home in an attractive, inviting way is a key ingredient to a successful home-selling strategy. Setting priorities for curb appeal will also help you put your best foot forward in a competitive real estate market. Although many aspects of home staging are based on common sense and simple home decorating principles, it's difficult to be objective when your family's home is involved. There's certainly a lot of credible information online concerning the benefits of reducing household clutter and leaning toward neutral paint colors, but you can also turn to your real estate agent for tips on enhancing your home's curb appeal, interior appearance, and overall marketability.

Unless the home you're selling is relatively new or completely updated, there are a lot of decisions to make about how much time, energy, and money should be spend on upgrades, repairs, and enhancements. While everyone's situation, budget, and timetable is different, it's usually necessary to correct issues that might be considered a glaring problem or a deal breaker. Sometimes those issues don't come to the forefront, however, until you get specific feedback from agents and prospective buyers.







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