Megan Tolland - Realty Executives, marketing specialist & buyers agent



40 Cutler Dr, Ashland, MA 01721

Single-Family

$332,500
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Fantastic cape with so much potential! Features recent replacement Anderson windows and exterior siding. Hardwood floors on first level. 2 full baths. Upstairs bedrooms have full ceiling height, and the master bedroom has three large closets! Built in corner cabinet in dining room. Kitchen awaits your renovation ideas, or expand it into the dining room or attached porch. Large basement with good ceiling height for future expansion. Weil Mclain boiler. Detached one car garage. Wonderful yard with plenty of space to garden, entertain or relax. Excellent neighborhood with easy access to route 9, the Mass pike and the commuter rail!
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Moving is a big adjustment for any of us, yet it can be hardest on the children in our lives. Moving can mean a new school for your kids and a whole lot of unfamiliar faces. There are a few ways that you can help kids adjust to the change of moving to a new place and help them to feel at home faster. 


Let Them Be Involved With The New House


As a child, it can seem like moving into a new house is all about adults. Kids may feel that they’re merely along for the ride. You can let the kids pick out some things in the house. What color should their room be? Can the kids give some input on a new piece of furniture? Make moving a family affair and allow everyone in the family to feel included to make the transition smoother. 


Get Enrolled In Local Activities


See what types of local activities are available for the kids (and you) to be enrolled in. From tennis lessons to summer camp to after school activities, there’s plenty of things in a community that you and your family can get involved in. If you can find an activity to participate in with your kids, it will only make it easier for them to feel comfortable meeting other kids. You can also get acquainted with other adults to get some more information and insight about your new community. Making new friends and doing something they love will help your kids to feel right at home. The kids will feel more comfortable i their new school as well if they get involved.  



Help Kids Stay In Touch With Old Friends


Moving isn’t all about making new friends. Kids can still keep in touch with their old friends. If you didn’t move very far away, schedule dates for your kids to meet up with their old friends. If you have moved across states, encourage your kids to keep in touch with old friends through phone calls and video chat meetings. They’ll know that someday, they’ll see each other in person again. These actions can help in the transition of moving as well, since kids will see that their old lives have not been completely lost and forgotten about.


Stroll Around The Neighborhood As A Family


One great way to get adjusted to a new neighborhood is to explore it by foot. Make it a point to take an evening stroll as a family. The kids can learn a bit more about the area and begin to feel more comfortable in their surroundings with your help. You’ll also make discoveries about your new surroundings as a family.


When you’re ready to buy a house, it would be easy to just pick a house and sign the papers, right? Too bad it doesn’t work anything like that! Besides getting your finances in order, there are plenty of things that you should do ahead of time to get yourself ready to buy a home. Choosing a relator should be high on that list of priorities.  


Do Your Research


There’s plenty of ways for you to search for a home before you even start in order to decide what you might like before you even set out with a realtor. Once you start working with a realtor, they’ll be able to set up alerts for you to get via e-mail where you’ll be able to see new properties that have just been listed and price changes to previously listed properties. 


Let Your Realtor Do Their Job 


Realtors are experts in homes. It is in their job description! Your realtor will do the research on prices and property details. An important aspect of the housing search is finding the price of similar homes in the area. This is key to making your offer. Your real estate agent has all of the information that you need.


Hang Out With Your Realtor During The House Hunt


When we say that you’ll have a close relationship with your realtor during the home search process, we mean it. Coordinate with your realtor to go to open houses. Your agent will either accompany you to the open house or make appointments for private showings of properties. Even if you have to bring your child and a carseat, your agent will be more than happy to accommodate you! 


Mention Properties You See When You’re Out And About


The realtor has your criteria of what you’re looking for in a home. However, if you’re out and see a home for sale that intrigues you, write down the address and contact your agent about it. They can either arrange a private showing of the property or advise you otherwise. Many times, a property may be out of your price range or have strange circumstances. However, occasionally, agents and computer software miss things! It’s always good to be on the lookout and seek more information.      


Don’t Hesitate To Really Look Around A Property


Although you may feel that you’re being a bit invasive by opening drawers, closets and doors in a home, it’s very important to! You need to see how you can make the best use of the storage space within the home for yourself. You’ll also want to make sure there’s no significant damage or hidden features that you’re missing out on.


Most importantly, remember that your realtor will be your ally throughout the house hunting process.  You want to make the best use of the great resource that your realtor is!  


Fantastic opportunity to own this large, well maintained two family home that has in the same family for many generations. Features gas heating and central air on 1st and second floors. Roof approximately 5 years old. Replacement windows. Sunny 1st floor kitchen with white cabinets and stainless appliances & gas stove. Hardwood floors under much of carpeting. 2nd unit is a townhouse style on the second and third floors with 5 bedrooms and two full baths. Awesome farmers porch and balcony, have your marathon parties here! Above ground heated pool with new liner, pump 5 years old, nice deck overlooking yard, Home is fenced on three sides. TWO large driveways with plenty of parking. This home was originally a three family and still has 3 separate electric and gas meters, but use is now legal two family, may have 3 family conversion potential. Excellent for owner occupied or investor home, walking distance to train, easy access to route 9 and the Mass Pike

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1035 Waverley St, Framingham, MA 01702

Multi-Family

$469,900
Price

2
Units
2,240
Approx. GLA
Fantastic opportunity to own this large two family home. Home has been in the same family for many generations and is well cared for. Features gas heating and central air on 1st and second floors. Roof approximately 5 years old. Replacement windows. 1st floor kitchen with white cabinets and stainless appliances & gas stove. Hardwood floors under much of carpeting. 2nd unit is a townhouse style on the second and third floors with 5 bedrooms and two full baths. Awesome farmers porch and balcony, have your marathon parties here! Above ground heated pool with new liner, pump 5 years old, nice deck overlooking yard, Home is fenced on three sides. TWO large driveways with plenty of parking. This home was originally a three family and still has 3 separate electric and gas meters, but use is now legal two family, may have 3 family conversion potential. Excellent for owner occupied or investor home, walking distance to train, easy access to route 9 and the Mass Pike!
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