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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 6/21/2017


383 Revere Beach Blvd, Revere, MA 02151

Condo

$130,000
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
1
Baths
OPEN HOUSE just scheduled: SATURDAY JUNE 24 @ 10:30-11:45. JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! Direct access to the nation's first public beach. Dining options galore. Studio beach living at its finest. Bar top counter with enough space to entertain friends, so don't be fooled by the size. If you are looking to live on the beach without having to pay high rent here is your chance to own. Wood laminate in main living space with giant window letting in an immense amount of light. Tile floor in kitchenette and bathroom. Fresh paint round out this studio. Laundry-coin up in building. Lovely common green space for you to enjoy the beach weather without the crowd.
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 6/18/2017

Excitement over buying a new house, especially if the sticker price on the house is good,could cause you to overlook key factors about the property. If you get too emotionally attached to the idea of living in a new house, you could rationalize away water stains that you see on walls. You could also dismiss how cold and damp the basement is or how humid it is in the attic.

High price of rationalizing away house problems

Itís these very defects that can cost you thousands. The trick is that you probably wonít start dealing with issues related to one or more house defects until after you move in. By then, it could be too late. Then, again you may have some safeguards.

Investing in homeowners insurance that covers standard events like fires and theft is just a start. You also want to get insurance that covers events like floods ,earthquakes, mud slides and tornadoes, whichever events generally occur in the area that the house is located in.

  • To protect yourself against house defects, ask the seller to complete a home disclosure form. Depending on the state that the house is located in, this might be required by law. If not, ask the seller to list out any known defects that the house has and to sign and date the form. Work with your attorney or real estate agent to get this document.
  • Check to see if defects that appear after you move into the house were listed on the house inspectorís report. If they were and you missed seeing the defects, you may be responsible for associated repairs. If the defects were not picked up by the inspector, contact your local housing authority. Explain the situation and see if you have legal recourse. You could also work with your attorney on this.
  • Hire your own house inspector before you move into a house. This applies whether itís a newly constructed house or an older home.
  • Make sure that a house built before 1978 is inspected for lead paint.
  • Get the house inspected for defects such as asbestos, mold and mercury levels before you buy the house. Clearly ask inspectors to check for these items. Also, make sure that the wiring, plumbing and the roof are checked.

Paying for an independent home inspection before you buy a house is a great way to find out specific problems that you could be taking on with a new property before you sign a contract. If you live in a state like California, you can have added protections, as some state regulations require sellers to fill out, sign and date disclosures that list out known defects associated with the house they are selling.

Because you are the one who will be living in the house and maybe paying a mortgage on the property for several years, make it your responsibility to check for problems.Make it your responsibility to ensure that youíre getting the best housing deal possible and not only as it relates to the price of the house.




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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 6/11/2017

Beautiful, clean carpets bring out the best in your entire house. They are the foundation of what you feel about your home. Rare is the house that is filled with exquisite furniture and decor and dirty carpet. It may be a reason why so many people take their shoes off before they enter a relative's, neighbor's or friend's house.

How you can make carpets last longer

This shoe-less habit is one of the major ways to make carpets last longer. Even if you haven't stepped in mud or dirt, you carry dust and debris on the bottoms of your shoes. Live in cities like Atlanta, Georgia, places where pollen accumulates during early spring and you'll see how much you carry into your house right from the bottoms of your shoes.

Teach everyone who lives in your home to take their shoes off before they enter. You can also make carpets last longer if you:

  • Vacuum carpets once a week. Also, vacuum carpets after you notice spills and stains. Leaving stains on carpets could cause the stains to spread or deepen. You can also try sprinkling baking soda on carpets before you vacuum them.
  • Dab at stains instead of scrubbing them. Clean stains off of carpet fibers so the stains don't widen.
  • Sprinkle carpet cleaners across the floor before you vacuum. Use dry carpet cleaners, as moisture can damage vacuum cleaners. Too much moisture can also cause carpets to stink.
  • Apply professional scrubbers to the floor twice a month. There are floor scrubbers that you can buy at the grocery store. These small devices can help carpets last longer. Cleaners that you can rent often incorporate water into the cleaning process. Equipment that you buy often incorporates powdery or foam cleaners.
  • Dry carpet should one or more rooms at your home get flooded. Depending on how much damage the excessive water does to carpets, you may have to replace a portion or all of the carpet. You'll know if you need to replace carpet after you dry and clean it. Plan on reaching out to a carpet company should mildew odors and stains continue following a flood.
  • Place carpet rollers in front of doors. This helps to catch shoe stains before people take their shoes off.
  • Take off or shake out clothes after you work in the yard or on a car before you enter your home.
  • Open windows when you shampoo carpets to allow carpets to dry thoroughly.

Road to a beautiful, carpeted home

Just as the cement foundation that holds your entire house up is key to the look and feel of your house, carpets that line your floors also play a foundational role. To keep this carpeted foundation clean takes work and commitment.

It also takes a sharp eye. You don't have to take action each time you spot dirt or stains on your carpet. But, you do have to avoid giving into the temptation hide carpet stains and dirt. Payoff includes less allergens, insects and viruses. Make carpets last longer and you'll also gain a beautiful home.




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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 6/6/2017

JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! Direct access to the nation's first public beach. Dining options galore. Studio beach living at its finest. Bar top counter with enough space to entertain friends, so don't be fooled by the size. If you are looking to live on the beach without having to pay high rent here is your chance to own. Wood laminate in main living space with giant window letting in an immense amount of light. Tile floor in kitchenette and bathroom. Fresh paint round out this studio. Laundry-coin up in building. Lovely common green space for you to enjoy the beach weather without the crowd. Group showing Sunday June 11th at 11am.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 6/6/2017


383 Revere Beach Blvd, Revere, MA 02151

Condo

$130,000
Price

1
Rooms
0
Beds
1
Baths
JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! Direct access to the nation's first public beach. Dining options galore. Loft style beach living at its finest. Bar top counter with enough space to entertain friends, so don't be fooled by the size. If you are looking to live on the beach without having to pay high rent here is your chance to own. Wood laminate in main living space with giant window letting in an immense amount of light. Tile floor in kitchenette and bathroom. Fresh paint round out this loft. Laundry-coin up in building. Lovely common green space for you to enjoy the beach weather without the crowd. Group showing Sunday June 11th at 11am.
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