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Posted by The DiRoberto Team on 9/1/2018

This Single-Family in Millbury, MA recently sold for $347,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by The DiRoberto Team - RE/MAX Advantage I.


69 S. Oxford Rd, Millbury, MA 01527

Single-Family

$348,000
Price
$347,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Brand new Harvey siding and most windows replaced with Pella double hung. First floor includes four bedrooms and a large master suite off the kitchen with full bath and new carpet. The cathedral ceiling eat-in kitchen boasts a double sink, island & loads of cabinet space. Fireplaced living room with new large triple window. Newly refinished hardwoods throughout. Recently updated second full bath with double vanities. The lower level includes a pine accented family room with fireplace. Also downstairs is another full bath, great storage space and a walk out sunroom with sliders (seals are gone) to your backyard and in-ground pool showcasing brand new liner and newer pump. Must see in person to appreciate all the updates.

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Posted by The DiRoberto Team on 8/26/2018

Fireplaces are often seen as a necessity for homebuyers. It adds charm and decorative as well as physical warmth to a home. More than half of new homes have a fireplace. If your home doesnít have a fireplace, you may wonder if installing and maintaining a fireplace is worth it. Will it add value to your home? There are a few things you need to consider before you decide to take on this project.


Value


Keep in mind that fireplaces are not directly accounted for during a home appraisal. Yet, they add value to a home. Home buyers will pay more for homes that have fireplaces. Depending on the location of your home, a fireplace can increase the value of the property by a significant amount- up to thousands of dollars.


Location


The location of a home really has a direct effect on how much value it adds it a home. When added to other amenities in your home, a fireplace can compound to make the home appear more luxurious. A fireplace is a must in a higher end home.  


On the flip side, more modest homes may not need fireplaces. If a home needs many other improvements, a fireplace may not add much to the property. The amount of value a fireplace adds is very much dependent on the type of property itís being added to.       



Cost


Itís possible to add a fireplace to just about any home. The cost will vary by a large amount ranging anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. Specific requirements may exist within your city dictating how fireplaces must be installed. Keep in mind that everything from the type of fireplace thatís being installed to the height of the chimney must be considered. Look into things like:


  • Emission limits
  • Chimney height
  • Construction requirements
  • Permits
  • Type of installation

Each requirement will add a bit more cost to the project, so itís best to do some research beforehand. 


Getting The Maximum Value


If you decide that adding a fireplace is the right decision for your property, there are a few ways to get the maximum return on your investment. First, you should build the fireplace in the room of your home thatís most used. This space would most likely be the living room or family room in most cases. Keep in mind that adding a fireplace can drastically change the look of a room.


Whether youíre adding a fireplace or putting in an initial one, you can be sure that it will add value to your home in the form of attraction and home price.  





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Posted by The DiRoberto Team on 8/19/2018

There are a lot of effective ways to keep your home safe, secure, and free from intrusion, but those techniques are of little use if you don't consistently use them.

Technological solutions are well worth considering because they can be activated and monitored from almost any location.

Whether you're at a restaurant across town or comfortably lying in bed on a chilly night, the cost of a  high-tech security system can be worth it, in terms of convenience, safety, and peace of mind.

If the cost or learning curve of using an automated home security system is outside your comfort zone, there are still plenty of simple and inexpensive techniques you can use to keep your family safe and sound. Regardless of the strategies you choose, it's better to err on the side of caution than to assume it'll never happen to you.

Change your locks: If you've just bought a new home or recently moved into one, having new locks installed on your doors is one of the cornerstones of a good home security plan. While some homeowners tend to be rather tight fisted when it comes to lending their house keys to friends, neighbors, housekeepers, and contractors, others tend to be quite liberal with the practice. Each time your house keys have been copied and passed along to people you don't know well (or at all), the overall security of your home has been compromised. If you're not sure which category the previous owner of your home fits into ("tight fisted" or "liberal"), then it would make sense to change the locks on all your doors. That way, you're eliminating the element of doubt and fortifying the secureness of your new home. It will also help you sleep better at night and increase the chances that only welcome guests will pass through your doors!

Get to know your neighbors: By maintaining friendly relations with your immediate neighbors -- especially those that live next door and directly across the street -- they will be more likely to contact you or the police if they see anything suspicious. If you happen to be chatting with neighbors and they mention that they're going away for the weekend or longer, they'll appreciate it if you promise to "keep an eye on their house" while they're gone. Hopefully, they'll return the favor when you're away for the day or out of town for longer. It's a good feeling when neighbors are looking out for neighbors, but -- as is the case with all relationships -- it does require some maintenance. More often than not, however, it's worth it!





Posted by The DiRoberto Team on 8/16/2018


10 Nuttall Ln, Worcester, MA 01604

Condo

$104,999
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Very Nice Two (2) Bedroom 1 Bath Condo w/ *HEAT Included located on the East Side of Worcester near Rice Square! HUGE, Bright, Open Living Room, Modern Kitchen w/ Dishwasher + Built-In Microwave. Tons of Closet Space, Built-in A/C, Modern Bath w/ New Tile, Master Bedroom has Double Closets, Common Laundry on the First Floor, Nice Yard Space & Plenty of Off Street Parking !
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Posted by The DiRoberto Team on 8/15/2018

This Multi-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $185,000. This style home was sold by The DiRoberto Team - RE/MAX Advantage I.


135 Massasoit Rd, Worcester, MA 01604

Multi-Family

$199,900
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

2
Units
2,844
Approx. GLA
*GROUP SHOWING WEDNESDAY 5/23 from 6-7:00pm. UNDER $200k !! AMAZING NEW Price & LOCATION for this Large 2-Family on Massasoit Rd w/ a 2 Car Garage. Gas Heat, New Vinyl Siding & Newer Water Heaters! The 1st Floor pays $1150 and has updates that included gleaming Hardwoods & Kitchen cabinets! Living/Dining Room and Very Big Bedrooms! Nice Fenced in yard & outdoor patio area along with a nice front porch. The 2nd floor tenants are long term & take care of lawn and bushes. The 2nd floor has stairs to the attic which has a lot of potential for additional finished space. The Garage is in need of work which will eliminate FHA financing. Great property @ A Great Price!

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