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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 5/18/2018

This Single-Family in Dighton, MA recently sold for $455,000. This Colonial,Garrison style home was sold by - RE/MAX Integrity.


38 North St, Dighton, MA 02764

Single-Family

$449,900
Price
$455,000
Sale Price

11
Rooms
5
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
BUYERS LOST FINANCING! THEIR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! EASY TO SHOW! Showings begin March11th during Open House 12:00 - 1:30. A TRUE 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath Colonial should be on your must see list! . A well thought out, open floor plan allows for flexibility! Are you looking for a potential In Law, 1st floor master suite OR do you have a home business and need office space? This over-sized Colonial offers loads of options. Situated in North Dighton on a quiet tree lined street, this property has plenty of room for your growing family. This 11 room property offers the perfect size bedrooms, cabinet packed ktichen, 1st floor laundry along with family sized dining room along with front to back Living/Family room makes this property perfect for entertaining. The large,partially fenced backyard, 24' above ground with deck is perfect for the staycation. The large walkout basement is perfect for storage or could be finished. Contingent upon Seller finding suitable housing....property identified.

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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 5/14/2018

Moving is stressful at the best of times. But when you’re moving across the country rather than across town, it adds to the number of preparations you’ll need to make.

In this article, we’ll give you some tips on how to best prepare for your long-distance move, whether it’s across the state, across the country, or to another country altogether.

Packing and moving

One of the biggest concerns you’ll have during a long distance move is the condition of your belongings.

If you’re using a moving company, you’ll want to make sure you trust them to handle your belongings with care. To ensure that they’re responsible movers, read over their reviews online. It’s also a good idea to review their contracts and to make sure you have enough insurance to cover any costly damages or losses. Speaking of moving companies, be sure to shop around to find out which one offers the best prices and delivery windows.

When it comes to packing your items, air on the side of caution and start boxing items well in advance of your move. Not only is it a good idea to label your boxes by room, but you should put your name and contact information on your boxes if they’re being shipped by a large moving company.

Remember that not everything needs to be in boxes. Soft items like clothing and towels can easily be packed in trash bags, suitcases, and duffel bags. You’ll be able to squeeze in more items and they’ll take up less space in the moving truck.

When filling the moving truck, be sure your fragile items aren’t the top box on a stack of boxes. Similarly, you don’t want fragile belongings underneath too many heavy boxes. Your movers likely have their own way of securing boxes, so be sure to indicate to them which boxes are the most fragile with labels.

Downsize your belongings

The month leading up to your move is a good time to sell or donate items you no longer use. It could save you space on the moving truck, and you could earn a few extra dollars before your big move.

Larger items should be your top priority. Bicycles, lawnmowers, and other big items that you’ve been thinking of replacing can be sold now and you can buy new ones at your future home. However, don’t discount the weight and size of things like DVD and book collections. Many people lug around bookcases from house to house and hardly ever touch the books on them. Furthermore, technology like Kindle and Netflix are making owning physical copies of your media less of a necessity.

Before you start packing the rest of your items into moving boxes, make sure you set aside a “survival kit” filled with your daily use items. Things like cell phone chargers, glasses and contacts, and sanitary items should be in your vehicle or carry on, not in the moving truck.

Saving money

Moving is expensive, but there are a number of ways you can squeeze some savings out of the experience. First, take advantage of free boxes from local stores and restaurants. Then, ask for friends and family to help you pack rather than hiring professionals, offer them lunch in exchange for their help.

When it comes to getting to your new home, don’t rule out flying as being the most expensive option. Hotels, gas, and eating out add up quickly if you’re making a road trip out of your move.

Finally, see if your move is tax-deductible. If you’re relocating for work, there’s a chance some of your moving expenses will be. If so, be sure to keep all of your receipts along the way.




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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 5/13/2018

Don't let your neighbors get in the way of a fast, easy and profitable home sale. Instead, home sellers can take advantage of the following tips to prevent neighbors from sabotaging a property sale:

1. Talk to Your Neighbors Before You List Your House

Communication can play a key role in the home selling process. As such, maintaining open communication with your neighbors can make a world of difference, particularly for those who want to reap the benefits of a quick, simple home sale.

Reach out to your neighbors before you add your residence to the real estate market. This will allow you to outline your home selling plans to your neighbors.

Also, don't be afraid to ask your neighbors for support.

In most cases, neighbors will be happy to help you achieve your home selling goals. And if your neighbors keep their houses looking great, they may be able to create an attractive neighborhood that helps your property stand out in a competitive real estate market.

2. Respond to Neighbors' Concerns and Questions

Neighbors may have many concerns and questions about your decision to sell your home. With an open approach, you can respond to neighbors' concerns and questions with ease.

If you've lived in your neighborhood for many years, you've likely become close to your neighbors and may consider them to be friends. Therefore, it may be difficult to share the news that you intend to sell your house.

However, try to stay calm, cool and collected as you discuss your home selling plans with neighbors. And remember, even though you plan to live elsewhere in the near future, you can still keep in touch with your friends at any time.

You can always lean on neighbors for home selling advice too. If neighbors have sold houses in the past, they may be able to offer expert insights into the home selling cycle that you might struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to selling your house, meeting with your neighbors can help you get the best results possible. Of course, if you work with a real estate agent, you should have no trouble navigating the property selling process as well.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to list a residence and stir up interest from homebuyers. This housing market professional can teach you about the ins and outs of the real estate sector. Plus, he or she will set up open houses and home showings, keep you up to date about offers on your house and negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any of your home selling queries. Thus, if you're unsure about how to discuss your home selling plans with neighbors, your real estate agent can provide you with plenty of help.

Ready to add your house to the real estate market? Use these tips, and you can include your neighbors in the home selling journey.




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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 5/7/2018


1068 S Main St, Bellingham, MA 02019

Commercial

$310,000
Price

1
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
30,000.00
Lot Size
Possibility to make this property located on Route 126 (S Main St) in Bellingham home to your business ...Accountant/CPA, Architect, Insurance Agent, Day Care, Preschool, etc. It is currently zoned residential but owner previously ran a Montessori School on site. Buyer to do all due diligence and gain approvals from the town. Great location with loads of exposure, plenty of land to extend the parking. 2 Car Attached Garage has a large unfinished loft with loads of additional potential. Walking distance to schools, Library, Town Center. Exceptional commuter location with access to major highways; Rte. 126, 140, 495, Mass Pike & Franklin Forge Park Train Station.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by RE/MAX Integrity on 5/7/2018


1068 S Main St, Bellingham, MA 02019

Single-Family

$310,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
TONS OF POTENTIAL! The size of this Bellingham expanded, Antique Cape is deceiving and the details throughout the interior are a must see ...not your cookie cutter home. The living and dining area are open to the kitchen and will fit your entire family and more for gatherings. Many beautiful details that are hard to come by today include; 3 fireplaces, wood floors & beams. Two first and two second floor bedrooms. Large corner lot offers a private back yard, fenced in play area and storage shed. HUGE potential in the 2 Car attached garage with a full walk up second floor (unfinished space). Possibility of in home business such as; Accountant/CPA, Architect, Insurance Agent, Day Care, Preschool or your own private home office/game room. Current owners previously ran a Montessori School. Walking distance to schools, Library, Town Center. Exceptional commuter location with access to major highways; Rte. 126, 140, 495, Mass Pike & Franklin Forge Park Train Station.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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