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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 4/23/2019

*** PROPERTY IS OCCUPIED PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB ******FIRST SHOWING WILL BE AT OPEN HOUSE ON FRIDAY APRIL 26 FROM 11-12 PM***** This is a short sale attempt, property to be sold 'as is' 'as seen' 'where is', seller/broker make no warranties or representations. Any & all buyers making an offer will be required to complete their inspection within 7 days of offer acceptance by the seller. Buyers will be required per the terms of the standard contract to provide listing broker with the inspection report for negotiation purposes. Buyer responsible for any and all inspections necessary to complete sale, this includes Title V IF applicable and smoke certifications. Seller will NOT improve the condition of the property in any way for any reason. Buyer’s responsible for diligence. *** Sale subject to buyer paid premium of $7,500 over & above the purchase price. The premium is a non financeable charge and is due at closing.*** PROPERTY IS OCCUPIED PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB ***

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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 4/23/2019


177 Thayer Ave, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Single-Family

$179,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
*** PROPERTY IS OCCUPIED PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB ******FIRST SHOWING WILL BE AT OPEN HOUSE ON FRIDAY APRIL 26 FROM 11-12 PM***** This is a short sale attempt, property to be sold 'as is' 'as seen' 'where is', seller/broker make no warranties or representations. Any & all buyers making an offer will be required to complete their inspection within 7 days of offer acceptance by the seller. Buyers will be required per the terms of the standard contract to provide listing broker with the inspection report for negotiation purposes. Buyer responsible for any and all inspections necessary to complete sale, this includes Title V IF applicable and smoke certifications. Seller will NOT improve the condition of the property in any way for any reason. Buyer's responsible for diligence. *** Sale subject to buyer paid premium of $7,500 over & above the purchase price. The premium is a non financeable charge and is due at closing.*** PROPERTY IS OCCUPIED PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB ***
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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 4/21/2019

Let's face it – clutter can be a problem, particularly for those who intend to sell a home in the foreseeable future. But if you allocate time and resources to remove clutter from your home now, you may reap the benefits of your efforts during the home selling cycle.

Ultimately, there are many reasons for a home seller to eliminate clutter before he or she lists a residence, and these include:

1. You can help a homebuyer envision what life may be like as the owner of your house.

Oftentimes, homebuyers want to picture what life may be like if they purchase a particular residence. Yet a home that is filled with antiques, decorations and other items may make it tough for a homebuyer to do just that.

If you remove clutter from your residence, however, you can make it simple for a buyer to see your home's full potential. As a result, a buyer may be better equipped than ever before to determine whether your residence is the right choice.

2. You can earn extra cash.

Although your house may be loaded with a wide range of personal belongings, you don't necessarily have to throw these items away. In fact, you can always sell excess items to simultaneously remove clutter from your house and earn extra cash.

It may be a good idea to host a yard sale before you list your house. This will enable you to sell excess items as well as inform neighbors about your upcoming plans to add your residence to the real estate market.

Of course, you can sell excess items online as well. Or, you may be able to donate assorted items to local charities.

3. You may speed up the home selling process.

The home selling process may prove to be long and complicated, especially if a house is overloaded with clutter. Thankfully, removing clutter may make it easy for you to stir up lots of interest from potential buyers as soon as your residence becomes available.

A clutter-free residence is more likely to be clean and tidy in comparison to other houses. Thus, when buyers enter a clutter-free residence for the first time, they may fall in love with this house right away. And if a clutter-free home makes a positive first impression on a buyer, a seller soon may receive a competitive offer to purchase his or her house.

If you're searching for help as you try to remove clutter from your residence, you may want to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can offer plenty of assistance throughout the home selling journey.

Typically, a real estate agent will help you list your house and promote it to potential buyers. Plus, if you need help as you get your home ready for the housing market, a real estate agent will make it simple to prepare your residence and ensure it makes a positive impression on buyers.

Eliminate clutter from your house, and you may increase the likelihood of a fast, profitable home selling experience.





Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 4/14/2019

Not all smart home devices are created equal. If you wind up paying a high price for a smart home gadget you do not need, you risk wasting precious time and resources.

Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to make informed smart home device purchases, such as:

1. Consider Your Smart Home Device Needs

The needs of one property owner for a smart home device may vary from those of another.. If you consider how you can use different smart home devices, you can boost the likelihood of making smart home gadget purchases that will serve you well for years to come.

For example, if you find your electricity bills are on the rise, investing in smart light bulbs may prove to be a great choice. These light bulbs can help you optimize your house's electricity consumption and lower your electricity bills.

On the other hand, if you are concerned about home security, a smart house security system may be an excellent investment. This security system can help you simultaneously safeguard your residence against theft and lower your home insurance rates.

2. Perform Comprehensive Research

New smart home devices are becoming available every day, and as such, determining which ones are right for your house sometimes is difficult. If you perform in-depth research into the smart home devices at your disposal, you could find gadgets that you can enjoy day after day.

Conduct online research into assorted smart home devices – you will be happy you did. Once you learn about different smart home gadgets, how they work and their benefits, you can choose the right devices for your residence.

Also, it may help to consult with family members and friends as you assess myriad smart home devices. If a family member or friend recently purchased a smart home device that works perfectly, for instance, you may want to consider buying the same gadget for your house.

3. Evaluate Your Budget

As more smart home devices are released, the prices of various smart house gadgets are falling accordingly. Yet it is still crucial to evaluate your budget closely before you make smart home device investments. If you understand exactly how much money you can spend on smart house devices, you can take steps to get the most out of your available finances.

Don't forget to shop around for smart home devices, too. Online and brick-and-mortar retailers occasionally offer sales on smart home gadgets. Thus, if you search far and wide for smart home devices that fall in line with your budget, you could avoid spending too much to acquire top-notch smart house gadgets.

As you get set to invest in smart home devices, it generally pays to be diligent. If you take an informed approach to smart home device shopping, you can find gadgets that will deliver long-lasting benefits. Best of all, you can use assorted smart home devices to lower your electricity costs, secure your residence and much more.




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Posted by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley on 4/13/2019

This Single-Family in Taunton, MA recently sold for $310,000. This Cape,Antique style home was sold by Joe Kulle and Katie Riley - Heritage Homes Real Estate.


27 Warren Street, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$310,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
FIRST SHOWINGS SATURDAY FEB. 16TH AND SUNDAY FEB. 17TH FROM 12:00-1:1:30. Welcome home to this exquisite antique cape style home where old world is complimented by the new world! This home truly offers a great of value for its price including two large bedrooms located on the second floor with hardwood flooring and full bath. The first floor, generous in size and space, offers a large and bright kitchen, perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. Additionally, the first floor has a dramatic dining room with fireplace and beamed ceilings, a full bath tiled with upgraded vanity, a large double living room, and a smaller room that could be ideal for a small bedroom or den, all of which hardwood flooring flows throughout. In the rear of the first floor, there is a wonderful four-season family room with natural ship lap boarding and wood stove, cathedral ceilings and sliders that lead to the back yard where one will enjoy the hot tub and in ground pool! The yard is spacious, fun

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