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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 4/17/2019


41 University Rd, Brookline, MA 02445

Beaconsfield

Rental

$10,000
Price

10
Rooms
6
Beds
3/2
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful Grand Colonial on Aspinwall Hill adjacent to vibrant Washington Square features a beautiful interior with period appointments along with updated modern conveniences, bountiful sunlight, and beautiful city views. The home features 6 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, 2 car garage, master suite with a separate sitting room, renovated chefís kitchen, several outdoor patio areas surround the home, a lower level family room with your own dry sauna and shower, and a potential au-pair living arrangement. Gleaming hardwood floors, gas powered central heat and air conditioning, laundry in the basement. Close the many fantastic businesses and restaurants of Washington Square, and the MBTA Subway stops along the Green C-Line. The home is available for immediate occupancy.
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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 4/17/2019


1180 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02446

Coolidge Corner

Commercial

$399,000
Price

0
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
Great opportunity to purchase your own medical related office condo in a high traffic area that is next to the green line MBTA Subway (C-line) (Kent St stop), between popular Coolidge Corner and The Fenway. It is street level in an all medical building that is serviced by an elevator, handicap assessable, and a large parking lot in the rear with spaces for rent. The monthly condo fee of $377 includes the heat, AC, hot water, water, sewer, elevator, master insurance. Was most recently a medical lab. 2019 city tax assessed at $459,100
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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 4/14/2019

There are plenty of things to worry about around your home when you have kids. One of your top priorities should be safety for your kids. If you look closely, youíll find some hidden safety dangers around your home that should be addressed. The top culprits can be found described in detail below.


The Dishwasher


Your dishwasher is something that you probably use every single day. There are a few considerations that you need to make about the dishwasher when you have kids. First, the door should have a good locking mechanism. If the door to the dishwasher doesnít shut properly, all if takes is a little tap for the door to release and fall right on top of your child who is either walking or crawling around the house.


The other point to consider about a dishwasher is the actual contents of the dishwasher. Silverware, especially sharp objects, should be left pointing downward. This is in case the washer is left open and the child gets at it. You donít want sharp knives pointing upward that could cause an injury to your child. The detergent can also be a hazard to your child. Whether you are using pods, liquid detergent, or the powdered kind, all pose poison control risks and choking hazards to your kids. Keep the dishwasher closed and locked when it is not in use. Also, be sure to wipe down your dishwasher in case of any debris thatís left from your detergent. 


Ovens And Ranges


If your range or oven is not installed properly it could cause serious harm to your kids. For safety, be sure that ranges have anti-tip brackets installed. This way if the child leans on the stove or climbs it, the unit will not fall on them, posing the risk of serious injury. 


Wall ovens should be secured as well. Make sure that the door of the oven locks and cannot fling open easily. When cooking, use the back burners in stead of the front. You should also keep the pot handles turned inward so they arenít as easy for kids to reach.  


The Nursery


The nursery is where your child will spend a lot of their time. First, you should start with the crib. The crib needs to be firm and nothing should be in the crib other than the mattress and a tightly fitted sheet around the mattress until the baby is old enough. The crib should also be sturdy. Itís preferable to have a new crib for the baby as occasionally, hand me down cribs can be missing parts or have faced major amounts of wear and tear. The nursery should also be free from excessive cords and be equipped with window locks. This way, youíll be able to put your child to sleep with peace of mind.         






Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 4/7/2019

Believe it or not, selling a home may prove to be expensive if you are not careful. However, if you understand the costs associated with selling a house, you can budget accordingly.

Now, let's take a look at three expenses that home sellers commonly encounter.

1. Home Repairs

Cracked siding, floor damage and other home issues are worrisome, particularly for an individual who wants to sell his or her residence as quickly as possible. Fortunately, if you budget for home repairs, you can address these issues before you list your residence.

Oftentimes, it helps to conduct a home inspection prior to embarking on the house selling journey. A home inspection enables a property owner to gain expert insights into any underlying problems with his or her house. Then, the property owner can prioritize assorted home repairs and complete house improvements as needed.

2. Home Cleaning

A messy home is unlikely to garner buyers' attention. On the other hand, an individual who hires a professional cleaning company to improve his or her residence's appearance may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a successful house selling experience.

Hiring a professional cleaning company may be costly. Yet if you shop around for home cleaning companies in your city or town, you can find a cleaning business that matches your budget.

Don't forget that you can clean your house on your own, too. If you purchase cleaning supplies and enlist family members and friends to help you clean your residence, you could enhance your residence's appearance without breaking your budget.

3. Home Staging

The cost of staging a house varies based on the size of a residence, the extent of the staging and other factors. But if you allocate time and resources to declutter your residence, you may be able to avoid the costs associated with house staging altogether.

To declutter your residence, you should try to remove any unwanted items from your home. You can list these items online or host a yard sale to eliminate clutter and earn extra cash. Or, you can donate your unwanted items to a local charity or give them to family members or friends.

As you get set to sell your house, you may want to hire a real estate agent as well. With a real estate agent at your side, you can cut down on your house selling expenses and get the help you need to achieve your desired results.

A real estate agent understands that each house is different, and he or she crafts a custom strategy for each home seller. Next, a real estate agent and a home seller work together to put this plan into action. And if a seller ever has concerns or questions during the house selling journey, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

Plan ahead for home selling costs Ė you will be glad you did. Because if you budget properly, you can put yourself in a great position to streamline the home selling journey.




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Posted by Mac Chinsomboon on 4/3/2019


12 Plains Road, Ipswich, MA 01938

Linebrook

Single-Family

$575,000
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Center entrance Colonial on a full one-acre lot is located in idyllic Ipswich which is home to beautiful Crane's Beach, Hood Pond, Willowdale State Forest, Commuter Rail to Boston, and many highly rated restaurants. Renovated kitchen of granite and stainless steel appliances, double wall oven, cooking island that doubles as a great entertainment platform - opens to a large dining room - perfect for those holiday family feasts and get togethers, and an expansive rear deck. The living room spans from front to back, newly polished hardwood floors throughout, with a real fireplace. Upstairs are four bedrooms and a full bathroom. Downstairs is additional finished space that can be used as a family room and has sliders to a walkout expansive backyard that abuts some wetlands. Attached 2-car garage. A beautiful stone wall separates the frontage road from the lot and includes a large elbow driveway. ASK for the YouTube and 3D walkthru and aerial flyover video.
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