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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 6/22/2017


10 Deerskin Ln, Marlborough, MA 01752

Single-Family

$339,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Move in ready!!! This three bedroom colonial is clean as a whistle. Beautifully maintained on a level lot with a nice size deck overlooking backyard. Front to back living room has slider to deck and is located just off the very roomy and updated eat in kitchen. Kitchen has breakfast bar that is open to the dining room and has lots of cabinet space for those who love to cook . All white appliances and gas cooking refrigerator is also included. Master bedroom is a generous size with a large walk-in closet and private full bath. All bathrooms have been updated and are in great condition. Basement has two finished rooms as well as storage area in the laundry room. Literally nothing to do here but move in. No showings until the open house June 25 Sunday noon to two
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 6/22/2017


87 Leigh St, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Looking for some sweat equity? Then this is the one. This 4 bedroom 2.5 bath Colonial sits on a beautiful flat level lot. Side street neighborhood yet very close to locations for commuters. Quiet and peaceful this home has a large family room ready for a wood stove to offset winter heating bills. Bedrooms are all large in size and have good closet space. House is being sold as is. Opportunity is knocking! NO Showings till the Open House Sunday 6/25 Noon to 2
Open House
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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 6/20/2017

It's no surprise that buying in bulk is cheaper. Manufacturers can offer you the same items with less packaging and fewer processing steps. Then, at the store, less time is required for employees to stock these items onto the shelves. Basically, bulk buying is a win-win for everybody. Knowing which items to buy in bulk, however, is a bit trickier. We would all buy everything in bulk if we had the storage space in our homesor a cart big enough at Walmart. There are certain home goods you can count on for always being smarter to buy in bulk. In this list, we'll cover the top bulk items that are worth the space in your closet and where to find them. 1. Toilet paper, paper towels, and napkins The trinity of paper items. These three purchases are always worth buying in bulk. Running out of them can range from an inconvenience to an emergency, so it's good to have plenty stocked up. The undisputed champion when it comes to buying toilet paper is Costco. However, most warehouse clubs also have good deals. If you'd rather spend a bit more and not have to carry a huge box to your car, Amazon also has some good deals on these three paper goods. 2. Liquid hand soap and body wash Those tiny bottles of liquid hand soap won't get you very far and can be quite pricey. If you have a favorite, odds are you can find a large jug of it on Amazon to refill your smaller bottles as needed. 3. Tupperware One good set of tupperware will outlast 5cheap plastic sets. That said, you can still get a good deal on a large set of tupperware and it's worth it if you pack lunches in advance or have a large family. Amazon is also the price to beat when it comes to plasticware. 4. Batteries One item that typically isn't cheaper online is batteries. Walmart is the place to buy large packs of batteries. If you really need to have a lot of themon hand, however, it will probably save you much more money in the long run to buy some good rechargeable batteries, especially AAs. 5. Diapers If you're a parent, you've most likely noticed the magical disappearing properties of diapers. A full box of diapers seems to vanish into thin air within a couple days time. Frugal parents have found that off-brand diapers, such as Target's Up & Up diapers, are high quality and much more affordable than name brand options. Alternatively, Amazon Mom will help you save on gas and on diapers, and offers many other baby-related goods as well. 6. Over the counter medications First, go generic--it will save you a ton of money on non-prescription meds. As to where the best place to buy medications, consumer reports show that Costco and Sam's Club are the cheapest, whereas drug stores like CVS, Rite Aid are the most expensive.




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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 6/13/2017

Ready to sell a house for the first time? Ultimately, selling a house can be challenging, particularly for those who are unfamiliar with the real estate sector. But with the right home selling guidance, you should have no trouble getting the best price for your house, regardless of your property selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three vital tips for first-time home sellers.

1. Consider Your Home in Relation to the Housing Market

Although you've likely enjoyed your residence for an extended period of time, you might have no idea how your house compares to similar homes in your area. Fortunately, a first-time home seller who assesses the real estate sector closely can find out how his or her residence stacks up against the competition and plan accordingly.

Check out the prices of available houses in your city or town. By doing so, you may be able to define a "competitive" price for your home based on the present housing market's conditions.

Also, don't forget to analyze the prices of recently sold homes in your area. This housing market data can help you determine whether you're about to enter a buyer's market or a seller's market.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal gives you the opportunity to gain expert insights into the current condition of your house. After the home appraisal is finished, you can decide if property repairs are necessary to upgrade your residence before you add it to the real estate market.

Hire an experienced home appraiser to complete your property appraisal you'll be glad you did. This home appraiser likely understands the ins and outs of examining a house's interior and exterior. As such, he or she will go above and beyond the call of duty to provide you with comprehensive insights that may help you find ways to differentiate your house in a competitive housing market.

In addition, evaluate the results of a home appraisal closely. These results may prove to be essential, as they can empower you with the insights you need to enhance your residence both inside and out and boost your chances of optimizing the value of your house.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is happy to work with a first-time home seller and help this individual achieve his or her property selling goals.

Usually, a real estate agent will help a first-time home seller establish realistic property selling expectations. He or she will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to help a first-time seller minimize stress throughout the property selling journey as well.

With support from a real estate agent, a first-time home seller may be able to accelerate the property selling cycle too. A real estate agent will even respond to a home seller's concerns and questions time and time again.

When it comes to selling a house for a first time, there is no need to worry. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips for first-time home sellers, and you can seamlessly navigate the property selling cycle.




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Posted by MDM Realty, Inc on 6/11/2017

This Condo in Ashland, MA recently sold for $364,500. This Townhouse style home was sold by - MDM Realty, Inc.


373 Captain Eames Circle, Ashland, MA 01721

Condo

$354,900
Price
$364,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful well maintained 2 bedroom 2.5 bath sun filled galleria style townhouse with over 2200 sq ft of living space. Big and bright open kitchen with corian counters, ceramic tile floors, lots of cabinet space and a large breakfast bar. Spacious open floor plan with gas fireplace in the living room. Luxurious master suite with sunroom, cathedral ceilings, walk-in closet, double sided gas fireplace, private door leading into the bathroom, double-sinks, whirlpool tub and separate shower. Large second bedroom also has a full bath and plenty of closet space. Bonus 4th floor loft upstairs is ideal for an office. Finished lower level is perfect for a den or playroom. Nothing to do but move in!

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