Nelson Zide
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Posted by Nelson Zide on 10/13/2017


9 Joseph Road, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$449,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This home must be seen. Totally renovated. Newer roof, solar panels, vinyl replacement windows. Custom kitchen with black granite counters and white cabinets. New waterproof flooring throughout. Dining room and kitchen goes to new family room. Vaulted ceilings in fireplaced living room. Wall a/c. Great open floor plan. King size master with new full bath. New main bath. Dog run in rear. Shed and gazebo for your enjoyment. Newer driveway. This Must Be Seen!!
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Posted by Nelson Zide on 10/11/2017

Months could pass before you find the perfect house buyer, the type of person who you feel confident will take care of your current home after you sell it and move out. The longer it takes to sell your house, the more tempted you could become to lower the price on your house, putting yourself at risk of losing money.

Thatís not the only potentially costly temptation that might start nipping at you. To sell your house, you could get tempted to keep certain facts about your house to yourself. It could help you to land a quicker sale. It could also cost you, as there are certain types of information that you are required to disclose to someone before they go through with buying your house.

You canít keep these things about your house a secret

Each state requires you to disclose different types of information. However, you regardless of where you live, you are required to tell home buyers about problems with your house that lower the propertyís value. For example, if you know that you have a hole in the roof, you may need to disclose that information. Painting over water stains on your walls could be a wrong move if you paint in effort to conceal a problem and donít share the information with a buyer.

Some states require you to complete a disclosure form. In this case, you may have to list out all known defects and problems with your house in writing.

Lead and asbestos problems are items that you may be required to disclose. Again, this depends on the specific laws in the state where you are selling a house.

You may have to sign a disclosure form. Should you knowingly omit a defect from the disclosure form, you could be held legally liable for damages. Two steps that you could take to protect yourself are to get your house inspected by a licensed inspector and have the inspector list out known defects. You could also include legal wording on a disclosure form that protects you from unknown defects that the buyer later discovers at the property.

Allow honesty and transparency to pay off

Selling your home could take longer that you want, especially if the market is tight. A downward shift in the economy or job market could also force your house to stay on the market longer than you anticipated. During this time, continue to maintain your house. You could even add one or more upgrades to your houseís interior or exterior to increase your homeís value and potentially attract a buyer.

What you donít want to do is decide to keep certain, required information from house buyers. The latter choice could find you in court. Treat home buyers to the same respect that you want when youíre house hunting. Give home buyers the right information that empowers them to make the best decision. After all, the decision to buy your house may impact someone and their family for years,perhaps decades.




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Posted by Nelson Zide on 10/10/2017

This Single-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $239,900. This Ranch style home was sold by Nelson Zide - ERA Key Realty Services.


11 Tucker St, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$239,900
Price
$239,900
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
***Back on the Market! Buyers Could Not Perform so here is your chance to Own this Beautiful Home!!*** Gorgeous Burncoat Listing featuring 3 Large Bedrooms ~ New Gleaming Granite Counter Tops ~ New Stainless Steel Appliances ~ Stunning Bathroom with New Vanity and Ceramic Tile ~ Beautiful New Flooring Throughout! ~ This Incredible Home has a Wonderful Deck & Large Fabulous Yard, Off Street Parking and is just Minutes to All Major Routes, UMass, Train Station and Pharmacy School ! ~ Serene Color Tones Throughout the Freshly Painted Rooms Completes this Fantastic Home!!

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 10/4/2017

The price to see a major motion picture at a public theater has reached the point where you could easily spend $50 or more to treat a family of three teenagers and two adults to a show. That doesnít include the costs of popcorn, pretzels and other movie theater refreshments. To counter rising ticket and refreshment prices, some homeowners are investing in a home theater. Yet, price isnít the only reason to invest in a home theater. Five additional rewards that you may reap from having a home theater follow: Privacy Ė A home theater gives you the chance to kick off your shoes and enjoy a film while you're dressed in your comfortable pajamas or a rugged pair of jeans. Should you decide to text during a movie, you won't have to worry about anyone glancing at your messages. Youíll also have the privacy to sit where you want and get up as often as you want without stepping in front of strangers. Have it your way Ė If offerings like Prima Cinema take off, you may be able to watch recent movie releases in your home theater. Say good-bye to checking the Internet or newspaper to find out when the next showing of a movie you're excited about catching starts. Watch older movies on DVD or download a streamed episode of a TV show. Add 3D technology, Bluetooth and high definition DVD and video player features to your theater to bring movie images alive. Enjoy a home cooked meal Ė Forget snacking on pricey hot dogs, pizzas and cheese pretzels at a public theater. Barbecue or cook a savory home cooked meal and enjoy dining on the food in your private theater while you watch an entertaining movie on your personal wide screen. Get loud Ė Sound bars and bookshelf speakers can pump lots of clear sound into your theater. Hanging out with friends watching a sports game? Donít think twice about cheering and laughing loudly as you celebrate scores and other game successes. Comfort Ė Home theater seats come in sets of two, four and up. There are several styles to choose from, including high back, leather and recliner styles. Some seats mirror living and dining room sectionals. Prop your feet up, lean back and get comfortable while watching a hit movie at home. There are several outlets that offer quality home theater equipment and accessories. Computer, electronics and home goods stores sell home theater products. Automobile detail shops also sell surround sound speakers for houses. Home theater festivals showcase equipment from a wide range of vendors. Try out products. Ask vendors to share details, including pricing, on their products. Check out items like mini amplifiers, channel receivers, subwoofers, projectors, wide screen televisions and floor speakers. Setting up a home theater can be complicated, depending on the type of equipment you purchase. Save yourself a headache and consider having a professional install your equipment. If you take this route, negotiate a lower price on the equipment to save on the combined supply and installation costs.




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Posted by Nelson Zide on 9/30/2017

Move right into this large Natick Green 1 bedroom condo facing the rear with sliding glass door to patio and storage room. New wall to wall throughout. Freshly painted. New stove in kitchen. Stackable w/d hookups. Central air. Great complex. Close to commuter rail. Show & sell!!

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