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Posted by Nelson Zide on 4/20/2017

Marlborough Court Condo. 1st floor unit. Slider from living room to patio. Newer vinyl railings. Large eat-in kitchen which has been updated. Living room with wall a/c. King size master bedroom. Large 2nd bedroom. Large bathroom. Condo fee includes heat, hot water and cooking. Show and sell

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 4/19/2017


35 Hosmer St, Marlborough, MA 01752

Condo

$137,900
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Marlborough Court Condo. 1st floor unit. Slider from living room to patio. Newer vinyl railings. Large eat-in kitchen which has been updated. Living room with wall a/c. King size master bedroom. Large 2nd bedroom. Large bathroom. Condo fee includes heat, hot water and cooking. Show and sell
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Posted by Nelson Zide on 4/19/2017

It's amazing how one piece of carefully chosen, strategically placed furniture can drastically improve the look and feel of your kitchen, living room, or any other space in your home.

While it is very satisfying to pick out furniture that delights you every time you look at it, furnishing and decorating your home can take a big bite out of your budget. What many homeowners don't stop to consider, however, is that it is possible to get good deals on nice furniture without depleting your bank account.

Here are a few strategies for accomplishing that.

  • Take advantage of sales, discount coupons, and closeouts. When a furniture outlet advertises that they "will not be undersold," it's often worth your while to stop over and take them up on that offer. First, however, it's necessary to know what the competition is charging for the same or very similar furniture. Once you're armed with that information, you're in a good position to pay the lowest possible price. Like any type of shopping, comparing prices will save you money.
  • Dispense with your aversion to negotiating. Have you every heard people say "I hate negotiating" or "Negotiating makes me feel uncomfortable?" Are you one of those people? For whatever reason, it's a mind set many people have. The disadvantage of thinking this way, however, is that you may be missing out on chances to save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year. When you add up the savings and realize all the worthwhile ways you can use that saved money, you may reconsider your position on practicing the art of negotiating!
  • Estate sales can potentially be a great source of good quality, reasonably priced furniture, and sometimes you can stumble upon incredible bargains. For obvious reasons, your ability to negotiate the best possible deal increases as the end of the sale approaches. When you play the "waiting game" or tell them you'll come back later or tomorrow, you do run the risk of someone else snatching up that great dresser, coffee table, or antique lamp you had your eye on. Waiting can be a gamble which sometimes (but not always) pays off. There's also an art and science to getting the best deals at antique shows, but effective bargaining requires the right mindset, a little knowledge, and plenty of practice.
  • Attending garage sales can also yield great bargains and unique finds. Homeowners holding garage sales are often motivated to liquidate their old furniture --especially if it's a moving sale. If you've ever held a yard sale, yourself, you know that the last thing you want to do at the end of the day is to haul unsold furniture back to the house when the sale is over.
With a little research, friendly negotiating, and patience, finding great furniture for the right price is an attainable goal.
 





Posted by Nelson Zide on 4/18/2017

This home must be seen. Absolutely gorgeous views of reservoir. Beautiful backyard. Views of water from master bedroom and family room. Almost everything has been redone. Andersen windows. Lots of Cherry kitchen cabinets and granite countertops. Step-down fireplaced living room. Fireplaced dining room. Family room with high ceilings and view of yard. Newer deck and stairs. Full unfinished basement ready to be done. Security system. C/A. Leaf guard gutter system. Ready to move into and enjoy.

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Posted by Nelson Zide on 4/18/2017


71 Walcott Valley Drive, Hopkinton, MA 01748

Condo

$199,900
Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
***Seller to pay 1 Year Condo Fees - $2436 Value - With Accepted Offer*** Hard to find end unit at Walcott Valley. King size master bedroom. Full bath off of bedroom. Walk-in closet and door to patio. Galley kitchen with pantry. Large family room downstairs. Separate storage and laundry room. Lots of storage for a one bedroom unit. Close to downtown and Hopkinton State Park. Well run complex and high owner occupied ratio. Show & sell!!
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