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Posted by Nelson Zide on 11/13/2020

This Single-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $569,900. This Split Entry style home was sold by Nelson Zide - ERA Key Realty Services.


14 Hickey Dr, Framingham, MA 01701

Single-Family

$569,900
Price
$569,900
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
"I need more space and can't find anything that is awesome and in my budget." If this sounds like you, then this is one house you don't want to miss! This 4-bedroom home is great in size & exceptionally energy efficient with Nest thermostats, 3-zone gas H2O system, new ductless mini-split systems (heat & a/c), newer roof & triple pane windows, an electric charger for your car (who else has that?!), extra insulation in the attic, & solar panels - talk about paying next to nothing for a utility bill! Beautiful, heated sun room opens to the deck & has a cathedral ceiling & skylight. Living & dining rooms have crown moulding. The king-sized master bedroom offers a walk-in closet & a full bathroom en suite. 3 other good-sized bedrooms are adjacent with a full bathroom off the hallway. Newer recessed lighting is in the family room where you will enjoy your fireplace. Also located on the first floor is a half bathroom plus a separate office with built-ins. We're ready for you to move in!

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 11/12/2020

This Single-Family in Holden, MA recently sold for $331,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Nelson Zide - ERA Key Realty Services.


79 Walnut St, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$319,900
Price
$331,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
ALL OFFERS TO BE SUBMITTED BY MONDAY 9/28 AT 5PM. This home in Holden does not disappoint! The kitchen features an open concept that provides an unobstructed view into the living room. A brick fireplace serves as the centerpiece in the living room and flows into the formal dining area making gatherings with friends and family effortless. There is an additional family room on the main level for extra relaxing space or well suited for a playroom or home office. Upstairs, you will find 3 good sized bedrooms with hardwood floors throughout and ample closet space. The hardwood floors have been refinished, freshly painted exterior, and replacement windows. The detached garage houses one car. Located on a corner lot and just seconds from Route 122 and 31. Welcome home!

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 11/11/2020

Moving can be fun, exciting, and stressful all at the same time. With so many things happening and so much to keep track of, it can be easy to get overwhelmed.

 When youíre stressed and trying to multitask, thereís also an increased risk of personal injury and damaged belongings.

 While it may seem worth it to overlook safety in order to save time or money on moving day, itís important to remember that you and your familyís health and well-being is much more important than saving a few minutes or dollars.

 In this article, weíre going to give you a few simple moving day tips that will help keep you and your belongings safe so you can rest easy on the first night in your new home.

 Ask for help

Many moving day injuries result from one person attempting to lift, carry, or move items that really require more hands. Itís easy to see how this mistake is made. Everyone is busy with their own tasks, whether theyíre packing boxes or cleaning.

To avoid injury when lifting items, know your limits and always ask for help. If you donít feel comfortable moving heavy items, now is no time to push yourself--youíll be needed throughout the day, so depend on your family or hired movers.

Plan your route

Many damages and injuries occur when we havenít properly prepared. Know the terrain of the place youíll be carrying your items to. Plan ahead for the size of staircases, dangerous hills, or ruts in the ground. Put safety cones down in dangerous areas so no one is hurt or drops fragile items.

Load your truck wisely

Whether youíre moving far away or just a few blocks, a lot can go wrong once the truck starts moving. However, even if you donít have many fragile items inside, thereís the risk of boxes toppling on you and your family when unloading the truck if the boxes havenít been stacked wisely.

First, try to keep boxes lighter than what youíre comfortable carrying. Itís easier to move more boxes than to struggle with one particularly heavy one.

For heavier items, utilize equipment like dollies, hand trucks, and furniture sliders to protect you and your belongings.

Finally, practice smart loading and unloading techniques in your moving truck. Load the heaviest items (like appliances) first, and put lighter boxes on top of them. Think of loading like a game of Tetris--always aim for a strong foundation to stack on top of to avoid boxes falling on you or each other.

Take breaks

On moving day you may be on various deadlines, whether itís moving trucks or getting things unloaded before sunset. However, itís important that you take several breaks while loading and unloading, especially if youíre moving on a hot day.

First aid

Sometimes, even if you do everything right, mistakes can happen. Itís important to be prepared for when they do. Make sure you have a first aid kit in your moving truck that contains unexpired first aid supplies.

Be sure to have your cell phone handy and know the location of the nearest hospital in case of an emergency.

If you follow these tips, you should be on your way to having a successful, injury-free moving day.




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Posted by Nelson Zide on 11/4/2020

Before you list your residence, you'll want to consider your home selling price closely. By doing so, you can improve your chances of generating significant interest in your home without sacrificing any potential profits.

Ultimately, finding the best home selling price can be quick and easy Ė here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Perform a Real Estate Market Analysis

Evaluate how your house stacks up against the competition by performing a real estate market analysis. This will enable you to collect a broad assortment of housing market data and set an aggressive price for your house based on the current real estate sector's conditions.

As part of a real estate market analysis, take a look at the prices of local houses that are similar to your own. This will help you establish a price range for residences in your city or town.

Also, check out the prices of recently sold homes in your region. This housing market information will help you differentiate between a buyer's market and a seller's market and ensure you can price your residence appropriately.

2. Get Your Home Appraised

A home appraisal offers many benefits for a home seller that extend beyond establishing the best home selling price.

During a home appraisal, a property inspector will examine a residence both inside and out. Then, he or she will offer an inspection report that outlines a house's strengths and weaknesses as well as the present value of a house.

When it comes to figuring out the best home selling price, a home appraisal is ideal. This appraisal will make it easy for you to establish a competitive price for your home from the get-go. Plus, it may help you uncover innovative ways to improve the condition of your house before you add your residence to the real estate market.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Although a home seller may conduct a comprehensive real estate market analysis and receive a home appraisal as he or she evaluates the best home selling price, nothing beats working with a real estate agent. In fact, a real estate agent is happy to provide expert home selling assistance and ensure that you can get the best results possible at each stage of the home selling journey.

A real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals and help you map out the home selling journey accordingly.

For example, if you're in a hurry to sell your house, a real estate agent can help you set an aggressive price that results in a quick home sale. On the other hand, if you're dedicated to maximizing the value for your residence, a real estate agent will make it simple to optimize your home selling profit.

With a real estate agent at your side, establishing the best home selling price should be no trouble at all. This housing market professional will go above and beyond the call of duty to support your home selling goals and guarantee that you can enjoy a seamless home selling experience.





Posted by Nelson Zide on 10/29/2020

This Single-Family in Southbridge, MA recently sold for $185,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Nelson Zide - ERA Key Realty Services.


244 Hamilton St, Southbridge, MA 01550

Single-Family

$125,000
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Seller chose to avoid open houses and wasted time on market & priced it LESS than what it is worth to ensure that happens. Check out this BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED spacious single family home in Southbridge. This thing has loads of character and is as CUTE AS A BUTTON! Sporting some attractive features such as a large kitchen with GRANITE COUNTERS, Brand spanking NEW flooring on all floors including in the basement and UPDATED FIXTURES throughout. Freshly painted from top to bottom, inside & out! Full finished walkout basement with 3/4 bath, potential 4th bedroom or family room and plenty of storage. Lot includes maintenance free landscaping and fresh new plantings. Move right in without lifting a finger! FREE 1 YR HOME WARRANTY if buyer closes within 35-Days from offer acceptance! Please make any offers good to Monday 9/14 @ 12-Noon.






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