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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/24/2017

Introducing A fresh new look to this beautiful colonial, which sits on a thickly wooded, private lot at the end of a dead end street. The freshly painted deck w/awning, overlooks a spacious back yard decorated w/fragrant, colorful flower beds, a brick wall and a 12x18 shed. The majority of the interior has been freshly painted and all carpets have been shampooed. Gleaming hardwood flooring throughout the kitchen, hall & dining room. Large eat-in kitchen has pantry, peninsula & eating area. Formal dining room has chair rail molding & french doors leading to the formal living room, which could also be used as an office. The finished basement offers an additional full bathroom, an open area which could be used as a den or playroom and two additional rooms with closets. The second floor has master w/walk-in closet and single closet. The main bath is a California bath with entry from the master & the hall. The home is wired for a whole house generator. Town water, town sewer!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/23/2017

Ready to transform an ordinary bedroom into a dazzling space? Paint your bedroom, and you should have no trouble enhancing the setting's appearance in no time at all.

As a home seller, you may want to consider painting your bedroom to give it a neat, clean look. With a fresh coat of paint, you may be able to make your home more attractive to prospective homebuyers. As such, a stunning bedroom could help you speed up the home selling process and boost your chances of maximizing the value of your residence.

Although painting a bedroom may seem like a time-consuming task, there are many easy ways to ensure you can revamp your bedroom's appearance quickly.

Here are three tips to help you take the guesswork out of painting your bedroom.

1. Choose Your Paint Color Carefully

Ultimately, you'll want to do everything possible to ensure your bedroom remains a serene setting where an individual can rest easy night after night. But if you select the wrong paint color, an individual may have trouble feeling comfortable in your bedroom. And as a result, this person may struggle to get the rest needed to maximize his or her daily productivity.

Many paint colors are available, and you should evaluate all of the options at your disposal. By doing so, you can find the right color to match your home's décor perfectly.

Also, pick up primer and other painting supplies when you purchase your paint. This will ensure you'll be ready to get started on your bedroom painting project immediately.

2. Paint in Long, Continuous Strokes

For a consistent paint coat, you'll want to use long, continuous strokes when you paint your bedroom. Also, if you use a roller, be sure to paint in sections to ensure you can apply sufficient amounts of paint to your bedroom's walls and ceiling.

When it comes to painting your bedroom, you may want to consider multiple coats of paint too. Although your bedroom may look good after you apply a single coat of paint, using a second coat will further enhance your bedroom's appearance.

3. Clean Up and Put the Room Back Together

After you finish painting your bedroom, you'll want to set aside a few hours to ensure the paint dries properly and you are fully satisfied with the paint job. At this point, you'll want to clean up your painting supplies and put your room back together.

Remove any painter's tape in your bedroom as soon as the paint is dry. Furthermore, clean your brushes with dish soap and a brush comb, smooth the brushes back into shape and let them sit out until they dry completely.

Spend some time putting your bedroom back together as well. Now that your bedroom features a fresh paint job, you may want to rearrange your bed, dresser and other bedroom items to optimize the amount of bedroom space that is available.

Use the aforementioned bedroom painting tips, and you can improve your bedroom's appearance instantly.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/20/2017

Great opportunity to own a Lovely Townhouse Condo in great location. Value Range Marketing- Seller will entertain offers between $179,000 and $185,000. New roof to be installed July 2017 with a $5800 special assessment seller will pay off depending on accepted offer amount. Turn Key 2 bedroom Condo in move in condition. 1.5 bath, in unit laundry, refrigerator, washer and dryer all stay. Generous size master bedroom, open first floor plan, 2 deeded parking spaces right in front of unit. Town water and sewer. Great location off Rte 106 with easy access to Rte 1 and 495. Back concrete patio, new privacy panel to be replaced. Guest parking on either end of parking lot. Pets OK. Easy to show. Not FHA approved.

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/16/2017

Excitement and the chance to live in a better neighborhood and a house that meets all of your family's needs and wants isn't the only thing that packing and moving brings. Moving to a new house can bring feelings of insecurity, uncertainty and even anxiety. You're not the only one who might experience feelings of unease as a house move nears. Your kids might feel stressed about the change.

How moving to a new house could unnerve your kids

If your kids have gone through just one unpleasant change, they might associate change with unwanted experiences. Whether you realize it or not, your kids could think that moving to a new home will bring bad changes their way. For example, your children might create images of not:

  • Fitting in with kids who already live in the new neighborhood
  • Seeing their current friends, the kids who live in the neighborhood you're leaving, again
  • Adjusting well to attending a new school
  • Feeling left out as they become the "new kid" everywhere they go

These fears can create physical symptoms. Your children might:

  • Feel nauseous
  • Experience significant appetite changes and eat more or less
  • Struggle to get a good night of sleep
  • Sleep more than normal as a way to avoid dealing with unwanted thoughts and emotions
  • Spend more time alone as they ponder the many experiences that the move could create

Helping your kids enjoy a stress free house move

To reduce your children's stress, include them in move discussions. Start talking with your kids about a house move as soon as you start giving serious consideration to relocating. This helps your children to feel heard and important.

Talking with your children about moving to a new home lets your children know that their thoughts about moving really matter. It gives your kids a voice.

Fortunately, there are more ways to help your kids adjust to a house move. You could:

  • Take your kids with you the next time you visit neighborhoods that you're seriously thinking about moving to.
  • Let your children know what each member of the family can do to make the move smooth
  • Point out great features of the new house
  • Highlight advantages that your kids can gain from the move (e.g. more sports events, better schools, more entertainment options)
  • Plan moves when your children don't have other major events going on in their lives
  • Ask your children to share their thoughts and feelings about the move with you (but, don't pressure your kids to talk)
  • Observe your kids and offer assistance and support as needed (For example, you might share uneasiness that you feel about packing, meeting new neighbors and getting accustomed to a new work commute.)

Stress free house moves for kids don't happen on their own

Bills, house repairs and hours of heavy lifting and packing may cost you sleep as you prepare to move into a new house. You might even think that your spouse and you are the only people who are losing sleep because you keep thinking about what will happen after you move. But, you'd be wrong. Your kids might be worried about the move.

Start talking to your kids early about house moves to reduce, and maybe even eliminate, house move worries. Also, take other focused actions to make moving to a new house and neighborhood stress free for you and your kids.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/15/2017

Portfolio sale - Consisting of 2 properties on one deeded lot situated on .53 acres of land within the shopping district on Route 1A in Plainville. High visibility location and a great for owner occupy or investor opportunity. Property #1: (Multi-family) approx. 2100 s/f. Property #2: (commercial building) approx. 1865 s/f, Both properties are fully leased/occupied. The commercial building was built in 2005 and is a Class A property, and is in excellent condition. The multi-family needs some cosmetic updates, however is structurally sound and older home with nice architectural features. This portfolio is 2.5 miles from the Wrentham Premium Outlets.

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