Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 12/9/2018

There is no need to struggle as you pursue your dream home. In fact, there are many things you can do to ensure the homebuying journey is quick and easy.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you enjoy a seamless property buying experience.

1. Know Where You Want to Reside

It often helps to narrow a home search to a small group of cities and towns. That way, you can focus exclusively on residences in a set area and speed up your house search.

As you consider where you want to live, it generally is a good idea to review your short- and long-term plans. For example, if you intend to return to school soon, you may want to search for houses near some of the nation's top colleges and universities. On the other hand, if you want to start a family, you may want to focus on homes close to parks and other family-friendly attractions.

2. Establish a Homebuying Budget

Most homebuyers will need to get a mortgage so they can acquire their dream residence. Fortunately, banks and credit unions are happy to teach you about home financing and help you make an informed mortgage selection.

Typically, banks and credit unions employ courteous, knowledgeable mortgage specialists who can educate you about all aspects of home financing. These specialists are ready to respond to your home financing concerns and questions and help you find a mortgage that suits you perfectly.

There is no such thing as a "bad" question to ask mortgage specialists, either. If you work with mortgage specialists to assess all of your home financing options, you can select a mortgage that will serve you well for the foreseeable future.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to searching for a home, you don't have to work alone. Thankfully, real estate agents are available throughout the country, and these housing market professionals can make it simple for you to acquire a great home at a budget-friendly price.

A real estate agent goes above and beyond the call of duty to make the property buying journey fast and easy. First, he or she will learn about you and your homebuying goals. This housing market professional next will craft a personalized homebuying strategy for you and put this plan into action. Then, after you discover your ideal residence, a real estate agent will do everything possible to help you acquire this home.

In addition, a real estate agent will work with you to finalize a home purchase. As a home closing date approaches, a real estate agent will help you plan accordingly. By doing so, he or she can help you purchase your dream residence without delay.

For those who want to enjoy a quick, easy homebuying journey, it helps to plan ahead. With the aforementioned tips, you can prepare for the homebuying journey and limit the risk of encountering various problems as you search for your ideal house.




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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 12/7/2018


2 Maple Street, Plainville, MA 02762

Single-Family

$325,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
A jewel from yesteryears with great curb appeal. Antique Colonial established in 1850, boasts of charm, character and unique features that have been lovingly refurbished. Awesome professionally landscaped corner lot with underground sprinkler system. Leads to a wonderful stone patio with double wide asphalt driveway. Easy maintenance vinyl siding and all new Harvey windows. A bonus of a 1 car attached garage with direct entry into the home. The warmth from the two fireplaces, beautiful hardwoods and beautiful front to back living room. Newer gas furnace and Hot Water Heater. Town water and sewer.
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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 12/5/2018


80 Pond St, Wrentham, MA 02093

Single-Family

$534,000
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Location and Neighborhood! Looking for a quick close? This could be the one for you. This home has amazing curb appeal, and you won't be disappointed once you walk thru the front door. Freshly painted and all updated just waiting for a new owner. The feel throughout this home infuses you with a sense of calmness and comfort. Kitchen offers granite counter, white maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and dining area. Gleaming hardwood floors throughout the first floor. Family room boast of a floor to ceiling stone fireplace with slate mantel and raised hearth. The second floor offers front to back Master bedroom with hardwood floor, walk-in closet, and private bath. Two other generous size bedrooms with closets. Finished third floor with playroom and another room with a closet. Heated Sunporch overlooks the private backyard with deck and above ground pool. New septic. Just finalizing the finishing touches. Remaining photos to follow once the carpets are in next week.
Open House
Saturday
December 08 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 80 Pond St, Wrentham, MA 02093    Get Directions

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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 12/2/2018

You honestly may not get the chance to deep clean your home very often. When you do clean your house, there are a few places that are harboring many germs that are easily overlooked. Below, youíll find some of the dirtiest areas in your home that need to be scrubbed well.


Handles And Knobs In The Kitchen


Youíre handling everything in the kitchen from dirty dishes to raw meat. After touching these items, youíre grabbing drawers, refrigerator door handles, oven doors, and more. All of the bacteria that is on your hands is transferred to these items. You should scrub these areas down on a weekly basis with a simple vinegar and water solution.


Your Computer And Accessories


If youíre like most people, you spend a lot of time at your computer. You eat drink, talk on the phone, and everything else right in front of your computer. Itís a good idea to rid the bacteria that are collected all over your computer and accessories. You can detach the attachments from your computer a dab them with a mild soapy water solution, or just wipe them down with a pre-moistened anti-bacterial cloth. 


The Toothbrush Holder


You use your toothbrush to clean your teeth, but do you ever clean the place where it sits? You can quickly place your toothbrush holder in the dishwasher once a week, or sterilize it with hot water and soap. As a bonus, you should clean your toothbrushes by boiling them in water for a few minutes. 


The Handrails And Doorknobs 


Everyone uses the railings on the stairways, but itís a good bet that no one cleans them very often. You can use a simple hot water and vinegar solution to scrub railings and doorknobs down. Wipe them dry, and theyíll be as good as new with less germs. 


The Light Switches


As you go in and out of rooms, you probably donít think of cleaning off the light switch panel. Germs are easily spread there as people go in and out, turning a light on just to wash their hands. Vinegar and hot water will do the trick here as well. Just wipe switches down with a cloth soaked in the solution and pat dry. 


The Sinks


While you may wipe down around your sink often, the faucet and surrounding areas may need a little love. Faucet handles should be scrubbed on a daily basis with hot soapy water. As a bonus, if you want to make your sink shine, create a paste with vinegar and baking soda. Once you scrub it on the faucet, rinse off for a fantastic shine.     



         




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Posted by Roberta K. Hergt on 11/28/2018


80 Pond St, Wrentham, MA 02093

Single-Family

$534,000
Price

10
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Location and Neighborhood! Looking for a quick close? This could be the one for you. This home has amazing curb appeal, and you won't be disappointed once you walk thru the front door. Freshly painted and all updated just waiting for a new owner. The feel throughout this home infuses you with a sense of calmness and comfort. Kitchen offers granite counter, white maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and dining area. Gleaming hardwood floors throughout the first floor. Family room boast of a floor to ceiling stone fireplace with slate mantel and raised hearth. The second floor offers front to back Master bedroom with hardwood floor, walk-in closet, and private bath. Two other generous size bedrooms with closets. Finished third floor with playroom and another room with a closet. Heated Sunporch overlooks the private backyard with deck and above ground pool. New septic. Just finalizing the finishing touches. Remaining photos to follow once the carpets are in next week.
Open House
Sunday
December 02 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 80 Pond St, Wrentham, MA 02093    Get Directions

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