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This Condo in Somerville, MA recently sold for $510,000. This 2/3 Family style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


351 Lowell St, Somerville, MA 02145

Magoun Square

Condo

$500,000
Price
$510,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Commuter’s dream! Amazing location! What a great opportunity to invest in an area that is likely to significantly increase in value with the future green line stops! Approximately .3 miles from the future Green Line Extension Lowell Street Station, Only .5 miles from the Somerville Community Path currently stretching all the way to Bedford and soon to extend all the way into Boston, and only 1.2 miles to Davis Square! Cozy and bright 2 bedroom condo on a tree lined street in Magoun Square. Hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, storage & laundry in the basement, and off-street parking for 1 car! New furnace and newly painted exterior! Restaurants, cafés, and more nearby! Less than a ½ mile to #'s 80, 88, 89 & 101 bus lines. Only 3.8 miles to Boston!

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This Condo in Medford, MA recently sold for $598,000. This 2/3 Family style home was sold by BLINK Realty Group - Keller Williams Realty/Reading.


6 Hadley Pl, Medford, MA 02155

Condo

$598,800
Price
$598,000
Sale Price

12
Rooms
3
Beds
3
Baths
This beautiful, inviting home, located close to Medford Square & a short distance to the incoming Greenline, is fully renovated to feature 9+ foot ceilings, gorgeous hardwood floors, and central A/C on the first floor. This spacious unit has a large master bedroom/en suite full bath, plus two additional bedrooms. The chef’s kitchen has a large island with seating, and a washer/dryer built into the kitchen cabinets. The finished area of the basement has a separate entrance, full bathroom, washer/dryer, kitchenette area, and exercise room with a walk-in closet. Outside you will find a beautifully landscaped fenced-in yard containing a play structure, playhouse, patio, and storage shed. This unit includes deeded off-street parking for two cars. Do not miss out on this opportunity to own a luxury condo near Medford Square with easy access to Boston via the MBTA Bus 101 or Rt. 93. This home is a short distance to Chevalier Theater, Medford Square, Wegmans, and the bike path to Assembly Row

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Grass, just like other plants, needs adequate care to maintain its appearance and growth. Despite being resilient, grass can die due to many factors, including age. One of the DIY ways to combat this problem is overseeding. This process is useful because it slowly replaces old grass seeds with new and vibrant ones. It is essential to know when and why you should overseed. 

What is Overseeding 

Overseeding is the procedure you can employ to improve existing turf without removing the plant or the soil. This method works well for the treatment of bare spot, and you can use it to enhance the color and density of the turf. 

 Before embarking on this process, you should inspect and fix other issues affecting your lawn. Otherwise, all your effort might be fruitless as the grass can deteriorate due to any of these conditions:

- Inadequate sunlight

- Infestation by pest or weeds

- Lack of maintenance

- Poor drainage or compact soil

- Lack of fertilizer

- Insufficient water

The Advantages of Overseeding 

The primary benefit of this process is that it introduces new varieties of grass to your lawn. It offers high-quality turf. The old gardens usually contain grass that was available at the time of seeding. Such grasses require more maintenance, and are susceptible to insects and disease, unlike the newer greens that develop as a result of overseeding. When you introduce new seed, you are not likely to notice patches when the old seed dies. The resulting grass will compete favorably with the weeds. 

 The reason why fall is the right time for overseeding 

The first step you need to take before overseeding is to determine whether it is appropriate for your lawn. Once you have confirmed that the method will be of great benefit to your field, you should go ahead with the overseeding at the right time. The best time for this process is the fall because the weather favors germination. 

The short day and the cold night enhance the moisture retention of the seeds for optimal growth. Aeration is necessary after overseeding because it allows the seed to have direct contact with the soil. Also, make sure that the seed you are using is resistant to drought and can thrive in your climate. To ensure that the grain goes down the soil, water the field and apply a lawn fertilizer after sprinkling the seed. Apart from helping the seed to wash down the earth, it also helps to break up aeration and plugs. 

 Consider overseeding today as part of your autumn lawn maintenance, and see new sprouts develop within a few weeks. This quick turnaround time makes overseeding an ideal preparation step when staging your home for an open house.


Are you planning on buying a home by a certain date? It’s unfortunate that life can’t go as we plan it all the time! With a bit of planning finding the right home at the right time is possible. Many times, families are looking to buy a home before the end of the summer. This allows them to get settled in and get the kids started in a new school before the start of the year in September. Just because there are more popular times throughout the year to move doesn’t mean that the inventory of homes changes much as to what’s on the market. Whatever the reason for the short supply of homes, you’ll need to be informed and creative in order to land a house in a high demand market when it’s crunch time. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you on your search.


Research Your Location Ahead Of Time 


Every housing market has a bit of a down time. You want to pinpoint that period. Does your location have a time of year where people flee the area for vacations? The holiday season can also be a great time to look. There may still be low supply, but there also will be less competition. Do a bit of research in order to find pricing trends. When the prices dip, you’ll know that’s a time where competition for homes is lower.


Always Have Your Finances In Order


When you’re buying a home, no matter what time of year it is, you need to have your lender on call. Make sure that you have been preapproved and that your downpayment money is at your disposal. Sellers like serious buyers who are ready to pass paperwork.  


Know What You’re Willing To Compromise On


When you’re buying a home on a timeline, you may not have the luxury of searching around endlessly to meet your wishlist. You should have a few musts, but there may be many things that you’ll need to work with or compromise on in finding the right property. You may be able to find a home in the right neighborhood, but it might not have the granite countertops that you’re looking for. When time is of the essence, your home search priorities need to be set straight.  


Don’t Look For Bargains


When you’re in a time crunch to land a home, you don’t want to fool around with price. In order to land a home that you love, you might have to offer a bit more than the asking price. There’s no space for a bidding war, a low offer, or an extended search when you need to buy a home fast.          

  


If you plan to sell your house and need to declutter quickly, hosting a yard sale may prove to be ideal.

Ultimately, a yard sale enables you to get rid of excess items and earn extra cash at the same time. It also may help you connect with neighbors and lay the groundwork for long-lasting friendships.

When it comes to hosting a yard sale, it is important to sell the right items to the right buyers. By doing so, you can increase your chances of transforming an ordinary yard sale into a successful one.

Now, let's take a look at three items to sell during your yard sale:

1. Clothing

If you're moving from a warm-weather climate to a cold region – or vice-versa – you should sell clothing that you no longer need.

Wash any clothes that you plan to sell as part of your yard sale. This will ensure all clothes are stain-free.

Furthermore, consider the buyer's perspective as you determine which clothing to sell. And if you find that some of your t-shirts, turtlenecks and other clothes are faded or ripped, you may want to dispose of these items altogether.

2. Electronics

TVs, video game consoles and other electronics often prove to be popular yard sale purchases. As such, if you have excess electronics, you should sell these items at your yard sale.

If you plan to sell an old desktop or laptop computer, make sure to clear the hard drive. This helps eliminate potential cybersecurity headaches down the line.

Also, test any electronics to ensure they work properly. If electronics are battery-operated, install batteries to make it easy for yard sale shoppers to test these items. Or, if electronics require an electrical outlet, set up a power source that allows potential buyers to try these electronics.

3. Appliances

If you are moving to a new house that already has a refrigerator, washer, dryer and other appliances, a yard sale provides an excellent opportunity to sell your current appliances.

Be realistic when you set prices for your home appliances. Check out the prices of brand-new and used appliances, and you can establish a price range for your appliances based on their age and condition.

In addition, don't hesitate to negotiate with buyers on appliance prices. Because if you fail to sell your appliances at your yard sale, you may be forced to move these big, heavy items on your own.

Those who understand which items to sell at a yard sale should have no trouble stirring up plenty of interest in any yard sale, at any time.

Lastly, if you want extra help as you plan for a yard sale, a real estate agent can offer expert assistance. This housing market professional can provide home decluttering tips to ensure you can sell the right items during your yard sale.

Start planning for a yard sale today, and you can move one step closer to decluttering and selling your house.