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Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/29/2018


390 S Main St, Hopedale, MA 01747

Single-Family

$535,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
A perfect opportunity for a home AND business, in Hopedale's GB-A zone. The 2-story garage is the showpiece of this property: over 5000SF with two oversized remote-open garage doors. It is on a separate electrical meter with an attached 10,000 kW solar system on a new 40yr roof (surplus electricity applied to the home account). The cavernous, fully-insulated/heated first floor is perfect for multiple vehicles and/or an expansive work area. The upstairs can accommodate spacious offices or almost limitless storage. The lovely home boasts a bright sunroom with skylights & propane heat stove, large eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets, modern 1st floor bath, and walk-up attic. New carpeting, and newer roof, hot water tank, & oversized oil tank. Updated 200 amp electrical and Harvey replacement windows. All this on a level lot just under an acre with a well-maintained above-ground pool and pergola. Minutes from Forge Park MBTA & I-495, less than 1 hour drive to Boston, Worcester, and Providence
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Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/29/2018

House hunting can be enjoyable but becomes overwhelming pretty quickly. After looking at many different houses, they can all start to look the same. Itís hard to remember what homes had what features. In order to make a right decision on which home to make an offer on, youíll need to remember the details of each house. Read on for tips to help you house hunt like a pro.


Keep Track Of The Homes You Have Looked At


Whether youíre doing simple online searches or touring open houses, itís easy for your mind to get jumbled as to what you have seen. Itís a good idea to keep a record of homes with their addresses as to where they are located, the color of the house, and the desirable features contained within the home. This way, you can have an overall picture of what you want. 


Know What Features Are Important 


You should make a list of everything youíre looking for in a home before you even start searching. Include things like:


  • The price range
  • How big of a house youíre looking for
  • How many bedrooms
  • How many bathrooms
  • Additional features like walk-in closets
  • Eat-in kitchen or dining room
  • What type of home youíre looking for
  • How many stories you want the home to be



You can then branch off from the essentials on the list adding other desirable features in a property like a pool, a jacuzzi, a large backyard, or a fireplace. Then, you should make a list prioritizing what is the most important to you in your home search. Things like the number of bedrooms and the size of the home will be a higher priority than a jacuzzi tub. 


Look At Your Commute


One of the most significant factors in finding a home is how far it is from your workplace. The closer you are to work, the less stressful your life will be. If you take the train or a bus to work, it may be easier to live close to a station or stop. On the flip side, to be closer to work what are you sacrificing? Are you close to schools, parks, stores, and other regularly visited spots? See what locations suit your lifestyle.


Review What Youíve Looked At

Once you have done your research and decided what you need and want, itís time to make comparisons. Look at the prices of each home and see what they have to offer for the money. Once you decide the price and amenities are on par with your original wishlist, the house is a good candidate to put an offer on.             






Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/22/2018

A relocation budget is a must-have for those who recently bought or sold a house. If you have a relocation budget at your disposal, you should have no trouble getting ready for moving day.

Ultimately, there are several factors that you need to consider to craft an effective relocation budget. These factors include:

1. Packing Supplies

Moving boxes, packing tape and other packing supplies may prove to be expensive. If you budget for these costs today, you can ensure you have the funds available to cover these expenses before moving day arrives.

Keep in mind that you may be able to pick up unwanted cardboard boxes from grocery stores, too. By doing so, you can get boxes you can use for moving day and reduce your relocation expenses.

2. Personal Belongings

Think about the personal belongings you will need to bring to your new address. That way, you can make the necessary accommodations to guarantee these items can safely make it from Point A to Point B.

If you need to hire a moving company to help you transport your personal belongings to your new home, you should shop around. This will allow you to find a moving company that offers the perfect combination of affordability and convenience.

Furthermore, if you have various belongings you no longer need, you may want to get rid of these items before you move. You can always donate unwanted items to a local charity or give them to family members or friends. Or, you can sell unwanted items online or host a yard sale.

3. Your Relocation Timeline

You may have only a limited amount of time to relocate from one address to another. If you put together a relocation timeline, you can examine the steps you will need to take to complete a successful move. Then, you can incorporate these steps into your moving plan and budget accordingly.

Of course, for those who need to relocate quickly but lack substantial moving day funds, you may want to reach out to family members and friends for assistance. Remember, your loved ones are available to help you in any way they can. If you contact family members and friends for assistance prior to moving day, you may receive lots of help with your move.

If you want an extra hand with moving day preparations and budgeting, you may want to consult with a real estate agent as well. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent is happy to provide tips to ensure you can seamlessly relocate to a new address.

Oftentimes, a real estate agent can put you in touch with the top moving companies in your area. On the other hand, if you have concerns or questions leading up to a house closing, a real estate agent is ready to address them.

Want to take the guesswork out of an upcoming move? Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can budget for moving day and boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful relocation.




Tags: moving   moving tips  
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Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/21/2018

This Condo in Hopedale, MA recently sold for $224,000. This style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


90 Freedom St, Hopedale, MA 01747

Condo

$225,000
Price
$224,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Move right in to this well-built home in an amazing location with water views of Hopedale Pond! Say "goodbyeĒ to doing laundry in the basement with the first floor washer/dryer in the updated first-floor oversized full bathroom. This home has been touched over the years by amazing craftsmen: beautiful hardwood floors, French doors, built in cabinets, and a carved wood banister, to name a few. The carpet on the second floor is new in July 2018. The walk-up attic is begging to be finished as a playroom, studio, or even a dream-like master suite! Quick drive to commuter rail, I-495 and 146, walk to the schools, library, restaurant, parks, and athletic fields. Donít miss the jewel of Hopedale: the wooded trails of The Parklands, right out the back door! All this at an amazingly affordable price, with no monthly condo fees!






Tags: Hopedale   Real Estate   Condo   01747  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 11/16/2018

This Condo in Foxboro, MA recently sold for $289,900. This Half-Duplex style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


8 Orchard Place, Foxboro, MA 02035

Condo

$289,900
Price
$289,900
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to this gem tucked away in downtown Foxboro. Charm bubbles throughout, including 9 ft ceilings, crown molding, built-ins, bay window and more. First floor boasts sun drenched living room open to sitting room with fire place, bay window and built in window seat. Spacious formal dining room with floor to ceiling built in. Large kitchen with ample cabinet space and a half bath complete the first floor. Second floor has 3 spacious bedrooms and large full bathroom. Hardwood floors throughout. Outside find your private back deck, brick patio and grassy yard all surrounded by lush mature trees. NEW roof and gutters July 2018. Walk to downtown, close to highways. Less than 1 mile from Igo Elementary. No condo fees.






Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Foxboro   02035  
Categories: Sold Homes  




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