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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/20/2018


448 Central St, Saugus, MA 01906

Cliftondale

Multi-Family

$599,900
Price

2
Units
2,415
Approx. GLA
KNOCK KNOCK! GREAT INCOME PROPERTY! Well maintained and cared for 2 family home now offered to you for sale! Unit 1 offers LR, DR w/original built in hutch, Kitchen & 2 Bedrooms. In Unit washer and dryer hook ups, hardwood floors and great paint colors. Unit 2 offers 2 levels of living. Enter into Oversized living room w/hardwood floors. First bedroom on main level with first full bath, and Kitchen with tile flooring and glass back splash, opening into dining room. Also offering in-unit washer dryer hookups. Stairs from living room walk up to 2 large bedrooms with wall to wall carpet and second full bath. All separate utilities, 5 yr young electrical panels - 100 amp each, Flr 1 is gas heat, Flr 2 is oil and electric heat on upper level. 1 brand new H2O tank, 1 H2O tank 4 yrs old. Furnaces maintained yearly. Parking for 4 cars 2 tandem x 2 tandem. Fenced in Back Yard with Patio. Full basement for extra storage. #430 MBTA Bus, close to hwy, shopping and more....
Open House
Sunday
April 22 at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/15/2018

Have you found your almost dream house, but there’s just one small catch holding you back? If lack of storage space is preventing you from placing your bid don’t write that house off just yet. If you’re willing to put in some work to your new house I’ve got some creative solutions that can help you look at your space in a new way. Here are a five “faux” built-in idea to add to your home to leverage precious space out of those “awkward” corners and empty walls.

1. Build a bookcase along the wall of a staircase. If you have an empty wall created by a staircase you can create a one of kind bookcase to store books, movies, and knick-knacks. This is a perfect solution for those walls that are too small to place furniture in front of but too large to go unused.

2. Utilize any alcoves. If your home comes with any alcoves, consider yourself lucky! These can make for a great spot to tuck in a built-in desk and provides plenty of room for overhead shelving to store books as well as office and school supplies. If an office nook isn’t your cup of tea you could also easily turn this space into a crafting corner for scrapbooking or sewing. 

3. Turn a dead end hallway into a useful and inviting space. A dead end hallway that leads to a window may add lots of light to a home but it can also be an awkward place for furniture. Depending on the size of the space you could add a linen storage that doubles as a small window seat. 

4. Create a welcoming mudroom that acts as a catch-all for your family's shoes and outerwear. Add a wall-length bench with room to store shoes underneath and hooks for jackets and bags overhead. You can add a shelf over the hooks for even more storage (think sports equipment and outdoor toys). Get creative with molding and shiplap for a one of a kind addition to your home that looks original to the house. 

5. If a room lacks a closet, add your own. This solution is only limited by your imagination. You can either pick up a kit or go completely DIY.  Many stores, such as Ikea, offer floor to ceiling closet kits, these are usually sleek and modern with sliding doors. Alternatively, you can come up with your own custom design that stretches a wall, fills a corner or juts out and creates an alcove for you to fit a bed or desk into. This is another project that with the addition of millwork will look seamless and original to the home. 

When a couple finds their dream home it doesn’t always guarantee it’s a 100 percent perfect fit for their lifestyle. More often than not they usually find themselves with a list of changes they would like to make that will turn their new house into a well-loved home. If your new home doesn’t have a lot of storage options don’t forget that you can easily add your own with a little creativity and elbow grease!




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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/8/2018

Obtaining a home loan is a must for most homebuyers. However, there is a lot to think about to ensure a homebuyer can secure a loan that matches or exceeds his or her expectations.

Some of the key questions to consider about a home loan include:

1. What is a home loan's interest rate?

It is paramount to understand a home loan's interest rate, along with any associated loan fees. That way, a homebuyer will know exactly how much he or she will be paying over the life of a home loan.

If a homebuyer chooses a fixed-rate mortgage, he or she can lock in an interest rate for the duration of a home loan. This means a homebuyer will pay the same amount each month. And in many instances, a fixed-rate mortgage can be paid off early without penalty.

On the other hand, a homebuyer may prefer an adjustable-rate mortgage. With this type of mortgage, a homebuyer may receive a lower interest rate initially that rises after a set period of time.

Compare and contrast the different home loan options and their associated interest rates. By doing so, a homebuyer can make an informed home loan decision, one that serves him or her well both now and in the future.

2. Does a home loan require a minimum down payment?

Ask a lender about whether there is a minimum down payment required as part of a home loan agreement. Typically, a homebuyer will need to pay at least a small portion of a home's price to secure a home loan, and it certainly helps to have this information available before you start evaluating available residences.

In addition, it may be worthwhile to save as much money as possible prior to starting a home search. With money at your disposal, you may be better equipped than ever before to make a large down payment, thereby reducing the amount that you'll need for a home loan. Plus, you may even be able to boost your chances of getting a favorable home loan interest rate.

3. Will I need to provide legal documents to obtain a home loan?

Lenders will require you to provide proof of your income and assets, W-2 statements and other legal documents to finalize a home loan agreement. If you stay organized and have these documents readily available, you should have no trouble providing them to a lender as needed.

Overall, the home loan application process may vary from several weeks to many months. The time it takes to secure a home loan can be stressful, and if you need extra help along the way, it never hurts to reach out to a real estate agent.

With a real estate agent at your side, you can streamline the process of buying your dream home. This housing market professional can offer expert tips throughout the homebuying journey and ensure you can discover a great house at an affordable price.

Take the guesswork out of securing a home loan – consider the aforementioned questions, and you can move one step closer to getting the financing you need to obtain your ideal residence.




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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/8/2018


383 Revere Beach BLVD, Revere, MA 02151

Revere Beach

Condo

$155,000
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
1
Baths
NEW PRICE! FURNISHED STUDIO - SPECTACULAR OCEAN FRONT property with balcony to enjoy the summer weather and ocean waves. Downsizing couldn't be easier. Large sliders emitting natural sunlight. Carpeted living room/bedroom. Cabinets to hold all your kitchen items with STAINLESS STEEL Appliances, tile floor and peninsula island. Directly across the street is beach; close to restaurants. Furniture is less than 2 years old. Enjoy beach living and all America's first public beach has to offer. Will not pass FHA, owner occupancy rate is too low. NEW water heater just installed. Electric heat and wall unit AC and ceiling fan. Cute as a button!!
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/7/2018


383 Revere Beach BLVD, Revere, MA 02151

Revere Beach

Condo

$155,000
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
1
Baths
NEW PRICE! FURNISHED STUDIO - SPECTACULAR OCEAN FRONT property with balcony to enjoy the summer weather and ocean waves. Downsizing couldn't be easier. Large sliders emitting natural sunlight. Carpeted living room/bedroom. Cabinets to hold all your kitchen items with STAINLESS STEEL Appliances, tile floor and peninsula island. Directly across the street is beach; close to restaurants. Furniture is less than 2 years old. Enjoy beach living and all America's first public beach has to offer. Will not pass FHA, owner occupancy rate is too low. NEW water heater just installed. Electric heat and wall unit AC and ceiling fan. Cute as a button!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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