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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 11/16/2018

This Single-Family in Bolton, MA recently sold for $270,000. This Farmhouse style home was sold by Svetlana Sheinina - eXp Realty.


76 Bolton Woods Way, Bolton, MA 01740

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$270,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great floor plan with this farm house with welcoming front porch on Bolton Woods Way. This family home offers kitchen/dining room combination, attractive living room and family room , interior staircase leading to upper level with three bedrooms sharing bath. The first floor offer convenient powder room. Partially finished basement ready for additional family spaces. Laundry in basement and plenty of room for workshop. The back deck overlooks the wooded yard with gardens and shed. Prices to sell as owner has relocated. Very convenient for commuting and nearby orchards and conservation land.






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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 11/16/2018

This Single-Family in Dedham, MA recently sold for $542,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Svetlana Sheinina - eXp Realty.


160 Curve St, Dedham, MA 02026

Single-Family

$539,900
Price
$542,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Eighteen years young & with plenty of updates, this wonderful home is close to everything Dedham has to offer! Few places in this price range will check off so many boxes while being move in ready! With a large two-car garage sporting built-ins, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, this split-level will be your family's forever home! This home features a stainless steel kitchen with stone countertops, a master bedroom with an en suite bath and large backyard with a wooded view! The family room and living room provide plenty of space for entertaining and relaxing!

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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 11/15/2018

This Single-Family in Acton, MA recently sold for $561,000. This Multi-Level style home was sold by Svetlana Sheinina - eXp Realty.


141 High St, Acton, MA 01720

South Acton

Single-Family

$549,000
Price
$561,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
A well loved home with est. over 100K improvement! All done with great care, aesthetic details and pride of ownership. Remodeled kitchen, central AC, contemporary cedar deck and high efficiency wood stove are just a few of the upgrades that enhance this wonderful home and please the most discerning buyer. This modern kitchen features astonishingly beautiful "Rainforest Green" granite countertops, cabinets with many pantries and sliding shelves, five burner propane range, dimmable recessed lights, ceramic flooring, harmoniously completed with row of large windows on the back wall for view of a private, flat and spacious backyard. Flow to dining area with Pella double slider, living room with large picture window. 3 good sized bedrooms and a full bath upstairs, 4 season porch with skylight, office and updated half bath at lower level. High end designer paint interior and exterior. Sited on 1 acre with wooded background, cedar shed, garden. 1 mile walk to S. Acton train station.

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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 11/13/2018

As a home seller, you need to do everything possible to learn about the competition. By doing so, you can find out what sets your house apart from other available residences and promote your home accordingly.

Ultimately, gaining a competitive advantage over rival home sellers can be simple Ė here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Become a Real Estate Market Expert

Allocate the necessary time and resources to analyze the real estate market closely Ė you'll be happy you did. With housing market insights at your disposal, you can map out a successful home selling journey.

Take a look at the prices of homes that are currently available in your city or town. Focus on houses that are similar to your own, and you can establish a price range for your residence.

Also, examine the prices of recently sold houses in your area. This will allow you to see how long it took for these residences to sell. Plus, you can find out whether you're about to enter a buyer's or seller's market.

2. Learn About Your Home's Condition

Conduct a home appraisal, and you can gain unparalleled insights into your house's condition.

A home appraisal usually takes just a few hours to complete. During this appraisal, a property inspector will examine your residence and identify any home problems. Then, the inspector will offer a report that outlines his or her findings.

Following a home appraisal, you can determine the true condition of your house. That way, you can prioritize various home improvements and ensure that your home's condition serves as a key differentiator after you list your residence.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about how to approach a competitive real estate market, there is no need to worry. Many real estate agents are available to assist home sellers and provide these sellers with extensive support throughout the home selling journey.

A real estate agent can offer tips to help a home seller bolster a house's interior and exterior. This housing market professional understands what it takes to promote a residence to the right groups of homebuyers too. Thus, he or she will do everything possible to guarantee your residence stands out from the competition.

Perhaps best of all, no question is too big or too small for a real estate agent. If you want to know the prices of recently sold houses in your neighborhood, a real estate agent can provide you with the pricing data that you need. Or, if you want to enhance your home's interior, a real estate agent is happy to help you discover the best ways to transform your house's interior from drab to dazzling.

Competition is fierce among home sellers. But with the aforementioned tips, a home seller can gain a competitive edge, one that can help this seller accelerate the home selling journey and get the best price for his or her house.




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Posted by Svetlana Sheinina on 11/6/2018

Your thirties are a time of many important financial decisions. Many people are starting families, buying homes, and getting settled into their careers by the time they turn thirty. The following ten years are often marked by salary increases, moving into larger homes, and saving for retirement.

Itís vital to have a solid grasp on personal finance in your thirties, as it is in many ways the foundation of your finances for the decades to come. So, in this article weíre going to give you some advice on buying a home and managing your money in your thirties.

Straighten out your credit

If your twenties were a volatile time of incurring debts from student loans, car loans, and other expenses, then itís paramount to get your credit in order in your early thirties. Having a high credit score can secure you lower interest rates on a home loan or let you refinance your loans at lower rates.

Start by making sure your bills are on auto-pay, and be sure to settle any older debts from your younger years. You can also use a credit card for recurring expenses, such as gas to get to work or groceries, and then pay them off in full each month. This way, youíll build credit and avoid accruing  interest at the same time.

Reevaluate your lifestyle and long term goals

A lot can change from the time you turn 25 to the time you turn 35. Your goals might shift from finding a home near the ocean to finding a home near a good school district for your children. You might also have the shocking realization that your children will be heading to college sooner than it might seem, and that youíre still working on paying off your own student debt.

Consider things like the size house youíll need for your family, where you want to live and whether that involves being close to aging parents, and reallocating money depending on your retirement goals.

Rethink your insurance coverage

Gone are the days when all you needed was a car insurance policy to get by. As you age and your responsibilities grow, youíll need to think about the future for you and your family. That may include a more comprehensive health insurance plan for your family, a life insurance policy for yourself, or increased covered for home and auto insurance.

Automate the headaches away

With all of these growing responsibilities, it can be easy to get frustrated with the time youíre losing to keeping your finance in order. Fortunately, there are many tools at your disposal in the internet age that will make all of those responsibilities an afterthought.

First, get a budget planning app, like Mint or You Need a Budget (YNAB). Next, set up your bills to auto-pay if you havenít yet. Then, put reminders in your phone to periodically check your credit score and reassess whether you need to pay for certain monthly services (do you still watch Hulu?). Finally, if you havenít yet, make sure you have your paychecks direct deposited into the accounts youíd like them to enter so you donít have to worry about them.




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