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Posted by Paul W. Cutler on 10/17/2017


87 Rocky Hill Rd, Rehoboth, MA 02769

South Rehoboth

Single-Family

$430,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Quality built Colonial home offering an open floor plan, spacious kitchen with granite, stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting, center island, tiled flooring. Bright and cheery Formal dining room for holiday gatherings. Front to back Living room with hardwoods and gas fireplace makes it comfortable for relaxing with family. Sliders in living room lead out to the perfect size deck overlooking almost 3 acres of land for family fun and enjoyment. Convenient First floor laundry with half bath. Second floor features a large Master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, three more bedrooms with ample closet space, one bedroom could certainly be used as an office. BONUS SPACE - The entire Third floor is open and unfinished – ready for you to design the ideal space for media, fitness, gaming, crafting, etc. Put your imagination to work finishing off this extra space to enjoy. This spacious Colonial home is located on a nice country road with easy access to commuter rail and highway
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October 21 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by Paul W. Cutler on 10/15/2017

Closet space is a finite resource that there never seems to be quite enough of. If you're like me and live in a small house, your closet might double as a storage space as well. That doesn't leave much room for unnecessary clothes. You may have heard of the recent trend dubbed "capsule wardrobes." A capsule wardrobe is, at its core, a way of simplifying your wardrobe while still enjoying the selection of clothing you have. Since it went viral on the internet, however, many people have taken this minimalistic idea and overcomplicated it. Let's face it, none of us are about to throw away most of our clothes to try out a method that we might hate. So, let's take smaller steps toward creating more space in the closet without feeling like you're throwing out things you love.

Step 1: What do you wear?

Before you throw away anything, set aside the articles of clothing you wear the most. That includes your work clothes, night clothes, and your favorite outfits to go out in. There's a good chance that you'll be left with a lot of clothes, shoes, and accessories that don't match your other clothes or you have outfits for special occasions that hardly ever get worn.

Step 2: Asking the hard questions

It's time to get real. With the clothes that you don't wear on a weekly basis in front of you, ask yourself these questions:
  • Does it fit?
  • Is it still my style?
  • Do I have something similar that I like better?
  • If I saw this in a store right now would I buy it again?
If you have clothes that don't meet those criteria, there's a good chance they won't be missed.

Step 3: Versatile clothing

There are certain colors and fabrics that are just more versatile than others--neutral colors that match just about anything, khakis that can be worn casually or business-casual, and so on. Choose the clothes you have that you can make the most outfits with. Try them on and find out which combinations you like. You might find that some articles of clothing, while they look great on their own, just don't really have much potential for creating outfits.

Step 4: Plan outfits you get excited about

To really feel confident moving forward you're going to need to be excited about your selection. Spread out your outfit combinations on the floor and take some photos. This will help you remember which combinations of clothing you love so you don't get cold feet when it comes time to part ways with your old clothing.

Step 5: Don't be wasteful

You'll feel much better about getting rid of that pile of old clothes and shoes if you feel like it's for a good purpose. Sure, you have the benefit of more closet space, but in addition you can sometimes get even more out of the deal. If you have a consignment shop or second-hand clothing store in your area, you could get money or a tax write-off in exchange for your items. Or, you could always donate your clothes to a thrift store that uses their profits for a good cause.




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Posted by Paul W. Cutler on 10/12/2017

This Single-Family in Seekonk, MA recently sold for $305,900. This Split Entry style home was sold by Paul W. Cutler - Keller Williams Realty Leading Edge.


21 Olin Avenue, Seekonk, MA 02771

Single-Family

$305,900
Price
$305,900
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Beautiful split entry with Cathedral ceiling in dining rm, kitchen & living rm. Living rm with fireplace, w/w and fan. Dining rm w/slider to deck over looks above ground pool. Mast bdrm 1/2 bath area converted to stackable washer and dryer. Lower level has add kitchen with recess lights, tray ceiling in family rm, Office and full bath with laundry. Temp wall in garage can be taken down. Upstairs Kitchen, bath and hall has ceramic tile flooring. Double lot with Beautiful yard, and great commuter location. Roof app 13-14 years old. Dead end street.

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Posted by Paul W. Cutler on 10/8/2017

Quality built Colonial home offering an open floor plan, spacious kitchen with granite, stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting, center island, tiled flooring. Bright and cheery Formal dining room for holiday gatherings. Front to back Living room with hardwoods and gas fireplace makes it comfortable for relaxing with family. Sliders in living room lead out to the perfect size deck overlooking almost 3 acres of land for family fun and enjoyment. Convenient First floor laundry with half bath. Second floor features a large Master bedroom suite with walk-in closet, three more bedrooms with ample closet space, one bedroom could certainly be used as an office. BONUS SPACE - The entire Third floor is open and unfinished – ready for you to design the ideal space for media, fitness, gaming, crafting, etc. Put your imagination to work finishing off this extra space to enjoy. This spacious Colonial home is located on a nice country road with easy access to commuter rail and highway

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Posted by Paul W. Cutler on 10/8/2017

Are you in a hurry to acquire a deluxe residence as soon as possible? Ultimately, you'll need to prepare accordingly to ensure you can beat dozens of homebuying rivals as you search for the perfect house.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help homebuyers accelerate the property buying journey.

1. Track the Housing Market Closely

A diligent homebuyer will monitor the housing market and keep track of new houses as they become available. By doing so, this property buyer will be better equipped than others to pounce on an opportunity to purchase a top-notch house at a budget-friendly price.

Also, a homebuyer should consider getting pre-approved for a mortgage. With a mortgage in hand, a homebuyer can enter the real estate market with a clear understanding of how much he or she can spend on a house. Then, this homebuyer can map out his or her house search.

2. Don't Hesitate to Submit a Competitive Offer

If you walk through a home and feel comfortable with the residence, don't wait to submit a competitive offer on it.

Remember, the early bird catches the worm. And a homebuyer who waits too long to submit a competitive offer on a residence risks losing it to a rival.

To define a competitive offer, consider the current asking price for a residence as well as the prices of comparable houses in the same city or town. This housing market information will help you understand how one house stacks up against another and ensure you can submit a data-based homebuying proposal.

Furthermore, look at how long a home has been available. If a house has been on the market for several months, a property seller may be more likely to accept an offer that falls under his or her initial asking price.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

For those who want to relocate to their dream home in the near future, hiring a real estate agent is a must.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to discover a terrific house that won't force you to break your budget. As such, he or she will work with you throughout the homebuying process and ensure you can get the best results possible.

Typically, a real estate agent will set up home showings, negotiate with home sellers on your behalf and much more. This housing market professional will even allocate the necessary time and resources to learn about your homebuying goals and help you achieve these aspirations in any way possible.

Let's not forget about a real estate agent's active listening skills, either. A real estate agent will listen to your homebuying concerns and questions and is happy to respond to them at any time. That way, you can receive expert guidance as you navigate the homebuying process.

Ready to speed up the homebuying journey? Use these tips, and you can boost your chances of acquiring a wonderful residence at a price that matches or exceeds your expectations.




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