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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 10/16/2018

You may think that building a fence on your property will be a great idea. Whether you have a dog and want them to be able to roam free in the yard, or are just looking to get some more privacy, thereís things you should have in place before you build a fence. 


Have An Idea Of What You Want


Once you know why you want to install the fence, you can decide what type of fence youíll need. Do you want a basic chain link fence? Are there regulations on what type of fence you need to put up around your pool? Does your HOA require that you check with them before you install a fence? Youíll need to answer these questions and fill your own desires in order to get the type of fence that you want. 


Decide On What Material You Need


The material you buy for your fence will decide what kind of maintenance that youíll have to do in the future. Wooden fences, for example, may need to be stained or painted from time to time. The wood can also warp over time due to rotting. Other materials that you may use for a fence include aluminum, steel, wrought iron and bamboo. Each of these materials has pros and cons including the amount of rusting, and the need for replacement and repairing. 


You Can Mix Fencing Materials


To save money, you can mix your fencing materials up a bit. In the front, you could do a picket fence thatís connected to a chain link fence in the back. Mixing the right fencing materials can look good and work with your finances.  


A Little Research Goes A Long Way


You can talk to people you know in order to find out whatís the best course of action in putting up a fence. Sometimes, even building codes can inhibit what type of fence youíre able to put up. Your friends and neighbors may also have some great advice for you as to what type of fence will be good for your property and needs. 


Use Planted Materials


If putting up a fence seems like a daunting process, you may want to try using bushes and other greenery to make borders on your property. 


Check With Your Neighbors


Be a good neighbor and let them know your plans to put up a fence. Nothing is worse than having a neighborly feud over a few inches of property line or the blocking of a view. You may even be able to go in on building a fence with your neighbor, just make sure that you have an agreement in writing.






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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 10/12/2018


23 Peninsula Rd, Harvard, MA 01451

Single-Family

$1,975,000
Price

10
Rooms
2
Beds
4
Baths
WATERFRONT! NEW CONSTRACTION with scenic setting on 330 acre Bare Hill Pond. Large private dock & excellent direct access for boating, swimming, fishing,skating. A spectacular newly built contemporary home nestled on a wooded peninsula, surrounded by stunning water views. The house is an architectural marvel, designed by an award-winning Boston architect w/open multi-story spaces & custom windows that frame lake views that can be seen from anywhere in the house. The home is exquisitely detailed in the minimalist style with European nuances. Multiple decks & balconies surround the house for your morning coffee or sunset cocktail. The finest materials have been used in the construction & features Italian modern kitchen with slick white cabinetry&Quartz counters., All rms on the second floor have private balconies.There are superb spa-like bathrooms w/skylights, & ample closets. The LL grand space w/porcelain floors & sliders to the beach, office + full bath. Divine living experience!
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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 10/9/2018

Common sense is powerful, particularly for those who plan to sell a house in the near future. If you use common sense as you consider myriad home selling decisions, you may be better equipped than ever before to make the best-possible choices.

Now, let's look at three tips to help you take a common sense-oriented approach to selling your house.

1. Analyze Your Home

You believe you have a great home that will attract plenty of interest from potential buyers. Yet the housing market offers no guarantees. But if you analyze your residence, you can identify its strengths and weaknesses and proceed accordingly.

It may be beneficial to conduct an inspection before you list your residence. During an inspection, a property expert will review all areas of your house. You then will receive an inspection report that you can use to evaluate various home problems.

2. Perform Home Improvements

Home improvements are key, as they can help you transform property weaknesses into strengths. If you allocate time and resources to upgrade your house, you could boost the likelihood of enjoying a fast, profitable home selling experience.

Oftentimes, it helps to mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other home exterior upgrades to enhance your residence's curb appeal. Because if your home boasts amazing curb appeal, your residence may stand out to dozens of prospective buyers.

You should clean each room in your home, too. If your home's interior dazzles, buyers are sure to be impressed with it as soon as they walk through the front door. Perhaps most important, buyers will have no trouble envisioning what life may be like if they purchase your house.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

As you explore ways to streamline the house selling journey, collaborating with a real estate agent may prove to be an excellent decision. A real estate agent can take the guesswork out of selling a house, and as such, help you achieve your desired results.

Generally, a real estate agent will make it simple for you to list your house. He or she also will promote your residence to potential buyers and set up home showings and open house events. Plus, a real estate agent will help you assess any offers to purchase your house and ensure you can get the best price for your residence.

Let's not forget about the guidance that a real estate agent provides as you navigate the home selling journey, either. If you are unsure about how to proceed during the home selling journey, a real estate agent can provide recommendations and suggestions. He or she can respond to your home selling concerns and queries as well.

For those who want to reap the benefits of a successful home selling journey, using common sense is ideal. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can navigate the house selling journey like a real estate market expert and accomplish your home selling goals.




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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 10/6/2018

This Condo in Quincy, MA recently sold for $505,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Svetlana Sheinina - eXp Realty.


10 Bayfield Rd, Quincy, MA 02171

North Quincy

Condo

$459,000
Price
$505,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
A beautiful 3BD/2BA Cape Cod style townhome situated in a quiet, family-friendly North Quincy neighborhood only ½ block from the ocean and an 8-minute walk to the North Quincy T (Red Line). Newer kitchen with granite counters, overlooking a spacious and inviting dining/living room with hardwood floors throughout. There is a first floor master bedroom, presently used as a nursery. Adjacent to this room is a full bathroom. On the second floor are two additional massive bedrooms and a full bathroom. Both bedrooms have ample closet storage. There is a full unfinished basement with tons of expansion potential currently used for storage, laundry and a play area. Ultra-efficient to run, Gas Heat, Central Air, newly replaced water heater. Property is NOT located in a flood zone. First OH Sunday 08/12 1-3pm

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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 10/6/2018

This Single-Family in Somerville, MA recently sold for $1,785,000. This Victorian style home was sold by Svetlana Sheinina - eXp Realty.


37 Wallace St, Somerville, MA 02144

Davis Square

Single-Family

$1,785,000
Price
$1,785,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
The most enviable location - a stone throw off Davis Square! This pristine Victorian home has been revitalized to create a modern open living space while holding true architectural period details to create a totally unique property. The setting offers privacy in a gated stone courtyard & garden area along with a two car garage & storage bay & plenty of off street parking. First floor living space is open, flows from front door through to deck at back. Radiant heated floors of tile and wood, high ceilings, tall Pella custom windows & box window in DR creates a bright and comfortable space with abundant natural light. An additional room anhences the living area. The elegant mater suite boasts gas FP, radiant heated cork floor, marble bath, skylight & balcony for your morning coffee. There is newly finished lower level multi- purpose room with full bath. Everything is neaby-MBTA,restaurants, buses, arts. Join in the bustle of Davis Sq & walk home to your quiet oasis.

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