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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 12/7/2017

This Multi-Family in Brockton, MA recently sold for $305,000. This style home was sold by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone - WEICHERT, REALTORS« - Briarwood Real Estate.


27 Frost St, Brockton, MA 02302

Multi-Family

$319,900
Price
$305,000
Sale Price

2
Units
1,789
Approx. GLA
Great 2 Family Home On A Dead End Street! Detached 2 Car Garage & Fenced In Backyard! Several Recent Updates Include Newer Gas Heating System, Updated Circuit Breakers, Roof About 10+/- Years Old & Vinyl Replacement Windows; 1st Floor Unit Remodeled 5 +/- Years Ago; 2nd Floor Unit Has 2 Floors, 3rd Floor Has Bedroom & Bathroom; Close to Abington/Whitman Line, Hospital & Commuter Rail; Aluminium Siding Makes For Maintenance Free Exterior; This Is The Perfect Owner Occupied Multi Family!

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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 12/7/2017

The quaintness that comes with a small home can be irresistible and there are a lot of benefits to choosing a small home too. Not only do they usually come with a cheaper price tag but they are also cheaper to heat and keep cool as well. Homeowners often feel stumped, however, on how to make the most out of their new homes after move in day. Below are some tips for making the most of your small space. Whether it's just one room or your whole house, you'll feel like you've found some extra square footage. Master of illusions - choose curtain rods that are wider than your window frame and install them close to ceilings so that the entire window frame is visible when curtains are open. Curtains should also come two inches above the floor. This set up will allow maximum amount of light to enter the room and make the room appear larger than it is. Reflect - adding mirrors, glass and see-through furniture provides plenty of opportunity for more light to be reflected throughout the room and create the illusions that there is more space than there is. Be bold - choose large art pieces instead of opting for a gallery wall. Choosing a large landscape piece will add an "extra window view' while a statement piece adds extra oomph. In plain sight - in small spaces storage can be an issue. Instead of trying to cram everything away into nooks and crannies consider putting things right out in the open. By arranging things in the open in a thoughtful way, it will look like an intentional statement instead of a cluttered mess. Use hooks and shelves to your advantage. Make space - get creative and maximize the square footage you have. Placing counters over a washer and dryer and installing slide out drawers in cabinets are two great ways to make the most out of limited space Color matters - warm and dark colors eat up light and can make your space feel small. Choosing a color palette consisting mostly of neutrals, cool tones, and light colors will ensure your space stays bright and therefore, appears larger. Spread out - sconces and lamps placed throughout the room evenly spread light around as opposed to a single overhead fixture which creates dark corners. Quality over quantity - a few large pieces of furniture that fill up the room may seem counterintuitive but it will actually make the room appear larger than it is. Prioritizing important pieces will be key since it will mean less will fit in the room but the effect will be well worth the effort. Show some leg - furniture with exposed legs allows for visual space under furniture making the room appear less stuffed It can be overwhelming after move in day to figure out how to prevent yourácozy new home from feeling overcrowded with stuff. With these tips in hand you'll be able to create a space that feels spacious and homey, so you can sit back and enjoy your adorable new house!




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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 12/6/2017


104 Turnpike St, West Bridgewater, MA 02375

Rental

$600
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
0/2
Full/Half Baths
Prime Commercial Space Available For 1 Office On The 1st Floor; Completely Renovated Building w/32 Parking Spaces; Perfect For A Car Rental Location; Drive Thru Appraisal Location; Attorney Offices; Staffing Company Or Many Numerous Other Businesses; Separate Entrances; 1st Floor Is Handicap Accessible; Location Is Right Next To Mays Tire; Easy For Commuting And/Or Directions To The Office Space; This One Is Worth A Look! One Office Space On The 1st Floor Has Been Rented To An Insurance Company, The Rent Is For The Other Office On The 1st Floor.
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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 12/1/2017

This Single-Family in Easton, MA recently sold for $592,500. This Cape style home was sold by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone - WEICHERT, REALTORS« - Briarwood Real Estate.


35 Winterberry Ln, Easton, MA 02356

Single-Family

$625,000
Price
$592,500
Sale Price

9
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Meticulously Maintained 2/3 Bedroom Cape with 5,000 square feet of living space - better than new construction and in pristine condition with every possible upgrade and amenity including a beautiful granite & stainless kitchen with 2 tier island & high end appliances, cathedral ceiling living room with gas fireplace and 10' slider to maintenance free deck, a 1st floor master suite with double walk in closets & private full bath, 1st floor office, tile laundry room with plenty of cabinets, 2nd floor with large loft / family room, bedroom, full bath & an amazing 20'x10' cedar closet that has access to walk in attic storage, fully finished walk out lower level for possible 3rd bedroom or large game room and separate finished storage room. Other amenities include a 4 car attached tandem heated garage with epoxy floor, hardwood floors, central air, central vac, whole house generator, plantation shutters, wainscoting, alarm & surveillance camera system, front porch & more.

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Posted by Gregory Murphy & Cathy Ferrone on 11/30/2017

As you prepare to embark on the homebuying process, you may encounter a variety of homebuying myths. And if you believe these myths, the risk increases that you may be forced to deal with many problems along the homebuying journey.

Now, let's take a look at three common homebuying myths, along with the problems associated with these myths.

1. Buying a house is a quick, stress-free process.

The homebuying process may prove to be long and arduous, particularly for a first-time homebuyer. Fortunately, real estate agents are available to help you simplify the process of acquiring a top-notch residence at a budget-friendly price.

A real estate agent understands the challenges associated with buying a house. As such, he or she can help you identify and address these problems before they escalate.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about what you want to find in your dream house and help you plan accordingly. With this approach, a real estate agent will ensure that you can enjoy a fast, worry-free homebuying experience.

2. Getting a mortgage won't take long at all.

There are many factors that will dictate your ability to acquire a mortgage that matches or exceeds your expectations. For instance, your credit score, income and outstanding debt will impact a lender's decision to provide you with a mortgage. And if you have experienced financial problems in the past, they may impact your ability to acquire a mortgage today.

It generally helps to get pre-approved for a mortgage before you enter the housing market. Because if you have a mortgage in hand, you can narrow your house search.

Also, it may be beneficial to shop around for a mortgage from several banks and credit unions. If you explore all of the mortgage options at your disposal, you can select a mortgage that suits your finances perfectly.

3. The first home that you see in-person likely will be the house that you'll end up purchasing.

The homebuying process offers no guarantees. And if you expect to buy the first home that you view in-person, you ultimately may be disappointed with the final results of your home search.

Oftentimes, it is a great idea to check out a wide range of houses. By conducting an in-depth home search, you can select a house that fulfills all of your homebuying demands.

As you search for a home, you may want to work with a real estate agent too. This housing market professional can set up home showings and keep you up to date about open house events.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is happy to provide homebuying recommendations and suggestions. He or she will do whatever it takes to help you find a terrific residence, as well as negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf to ensure you won't have to pay too much to acquire your ideal house.

The aforementioned myths can be harmful to any homebuyer, at any time. If you hire a real estate agent, however, you can learn the ins and outs of the housing market and avoid potential hurdles throughout the homebuying journey.




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