Brian O'Neil - RE/MAX Advantage I



Posted by Brian O誰eil on 5/23/2018


66 Crest Cir, Worcester, MA 01603

Single-Family

$119,400
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
2 bedroom, 1.5 bath, half duplex with large living room and master bedroom. Close to shopping, schools and public transportation.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Brian O誰eil on 5/20/2018

A small town home initially may have proven to be ideal. But if your current small town house fails to meet your needs, there is no need to worry. In fact, you can add your small town residence to the local housing market and relocate to a new city or town at your convenience.

Ultimately, there are many reasons why now may be the right time to sell your small town house. These include:

1. Your small town home no longer suits your present lifestyle.

If your small town home has become too big or too small for you, it may be beneficial to list your residence. That way, you can sell your current small town home and upgrade or downgrade as needed.

Before you list a small town residence, it generally is a good idea to study the local housing market. If you allocate time and resources to analyze housing market data, you can identify home selling patterns and trends. Then, you can use this information to establish a competitive initial asking price for your small town home something that may help you accelerate the property selling journey.

2. Your small town home is far away from family members and friends.

If you find that you have to commute several hours to visit family members and friends, it is important to remember that you can always move closer to these loved ones. By selling your small town home, you can relocate near family members and friends any time you choose.

For those who want to sell a small town home and move close to family members and friends, it helps to plan accordingly. You should craft a strategy to sell your current residence as well as determine where you are going to live going forward. This will allow you to map out any home selling and homebuying plans and take the necessary steps to put your plans into action.

3. Your small town home fails to provide convenient access to attractions and landmarks.

If you enjoy lots of big-name attractions and landmarks, small town living may not be the right choice. Fortunately, city residences are available that provide quick, easy access to many entertainment options. And if you sell your small town home, you can pursue a city house that delivers convenient access to your preferred attractions and landmarks.

As you get set to sell your small town home, you may want to employ a real estate agent too. This housing market professional will learn about you and your house selling goals and craft a custom home selling strategy for you. Plus, a real estate agent will promote your small town home to prospective buyers, set up property showings and do everything possible to ensure you can maximize your home sale earnings.

Remove the guesswork commonly associated with listing a small town home. Hire a real estate agent, and you can receive in-depth assistance as you sell your small town residence.




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Posted by Brian O誰eil on 5/13/2018

Household recycling has become easier than ever. Many towns and cities offer free recycling pickup, and even private waste management companies are implementing recycling programs.

There are a number of advantages to recycling. It helps protect the environment by reducing the amount of waste and making it easier to reuse raw materials. But, recycling is also advantageous to homeowners who don稚 want to pay hefty fees for trash pickup when they can often recycle for free.

One of the more difficult aspects of household recycling is the learning curve of actually learning what is and isn稚 recyclable. Homeowners might think something is recyclable because it痴 made from plastic, only to find out later that it痴 a specific type of plastic that can稚 be recycled. On the other hand, you might be throwing some items in the garbage, filling up your bin each week when you could be recycling it instead.

In this article, we池e going to talk about some of the lesser known items you could be recycling. We値l also cover some items you shouldn稚 throw in your recycling bin, and give you tips on how to tell which is which.

Things that shouldn稚 find their way into your recycling bin

It痴 easy to assume that just because something looks like paper, plastic, or glass, that it can be tossed into your recycling bin. However, that isn稚 always the case. Look out for these items that may not be recyclable in your area.

  • Used paper food containers. Pizza boxes are one of the biggest culprits that end up in recycling bins when they shouldn稚 be. Items like paper food containers, use paper towels, and paper plates are all soiled with grease and other food residue making them ineligible for recycling.

  • Those glossy drink cartons made from unknown materials. There痴 a good chance that if you can稚 find a recycling logo on it somewhere it can稚 be recycled. However, a growing number of cities are accepting milk cartons, so be sure to check on the rules in your area.

  • Plastic shopping bags. Those flimsy bags that you get from the supermarket? You can稚 recycle those. As a result, many cities and stores are encouraging the use of reusable shopping bags. If you forget your bags at home, however, fear not: many supermarkets now accept your used plastic bags to be recirculated.

So that eliminates a lot of common household waste from being recycled. However, there are plenty of items you might not be aware of that can be tossed into the recycling bin.

Lesser known recyclable items around the house

Even if something isn稚 eligible for curbside recycling doesn稚 mean you should just toss it into the trash. There are many items that you can drop off or donate. Here are just a few items that are likely sitting in your house right now:

  • Old cell phones and electronics. Our gadgets are becoming obsolete at an ever-increasing rate. That means many of us have a lot of old tech junk sitting in boxes in our basements. The good news is that several stores accept free drop-offs of old electronics for reuse and recycling.

  • Mattresses and furniture. Large items like mattresses and old furniture are a pain to get rid of. They池e also likely useful to someone out there. For mattresses and box springs, try contacting retailers to see if they reuse them for materials. Furniture that is still in usable condition can be placed on Craigslist or donated to a thrift store like Goodwill or Salvation Army.

  • Oil and ink. Run out of ink in your printer? Online retailers will often pay you for your old cartridges. Also, if you recently changed your oil, drop it off at an auto parts store to be recycling into other automotive materials.




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Posted by Brian O誰eil on 5/6/2018

When prospective homebuyers see your residence, are they impressed or disappointed? A homebuyer's first impression might depend on your house's curb appeal something that can make or break a home sale. For home sellers, ensuring your home is attractive to homebuyers is paramount. Thus, it is essential for home sellers to spend some time avoiding these common curb appeal mistakes: 1. Keeping Clutter on Your Front Lawn Lawn ornaments like a bright pink flamingo sculpture or large pinwheels may help your home's front lawn make a bold statement. At the same time, however, they can clutter up your front lawn and may be an eyesore for prospective homebuyers. When it comes to clutter, you'll want to do whatever it takes to eliminate it from your front lawn entirely. By doing so, homebuyers will be able to focus on your home's outstanding exterior and its other stunning features. Remember, your goal as a home seller is to keep your residence as neat and clean as possible and allow your home to make a positive first impression on homebuyers. And if you devote time and resources to remove clutter from your front lawn, you'll be able to showcase the size and beauty of your front lawn day after day. 2. Ignoring Peeling Paint on Your Home's Exterior Adding a fresh coat of paint to your home's exterior is never a bad idea, particularly for home sellers who notice peeling paint. Typically, you can touch up areas where peeling paint is present and eliminate such problems instantly. If your home needs an extensive paint job, you may be better off hiring a professional home painter as well. This home renovation expert will help you take the guesswork out of repainting your home's exterior and work toward transforming a drab exterior into a fabulous one. 3. Failing to Replace Outdated Light Fixtures You know the light in your driveway that constantly flickers at night? Well, now may be a great time to replace it, especially if you're a home seller who wants to boost his or her house's curb appeal. Outdated light fixtures will do more harm than good for your home's curb appeal. But if you install new light fixtures, you'll be better equipped to enhance your home's curb appeal at night. As a home seller, you'll want to ensure homebuyers can view the beauty of your residence during the day and evening. Meanwhile, installing new light fixtures enables you to brighten up your home's exterior and improve your house's chances of making a great first impression on homebuyers. Curb appeal represents an important factor for home sellers, and if you ever feel unsure about how to improve your house's curb appeal, hiring a real estate agent usually is a wonderful idea. A real estate agent possesses industry experience and know-how and can help you explore innovative ways to improve your home's curb appeal. And ultimately, this professional can empower you with the insights and resources you need to accelerate the home selling process. Enhance your residence's curb appeal, and you may be able to reap the benefits of a fast home sale.





Posted by Brian O誰eil on 5/5/2018


58 Brookside Rd, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$79,400
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Two bedroom ranch with hardwood floors, attached garage and large deck near the Charlton line.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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