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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/3/2018

448 Central St, Saugus, MA 01906




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....
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April 07 at 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Please note Parking is difficult, can park on Central or on any side street along the way. Enjoy your Saturday morning with us. View your next investment!
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 4/1/2018

If you recently bought or sold a home, you likely need to move quickly to pack up your family's belongings. In fact, you may have only a limited amount of time to get your child's toys packed up and ready to go to your new address.

Ultimately, packing a child's toys can be quick and simple here are three essential packing tips for toys that every parent needs to know.

1. Make a List of Your Child's Toy Inventory

If your child has a wide selection of big and small toys, you may want to make a list of toys that need to be packed up prior to moving day. That way, you can ensure that all of your child's toys will make it from Point A to Point B.

As you create your list, think about the toys that your child uses frequently. If possible, you'll want to avoid packing these toys until the last possible moment.

On the other hand, you can immediately start packing toys that your child rarely uses. Pack up as many toys as you can, and you may be able to minimize stress as moving day draws closer.

2. Involve Your Child in the Packing Process

Packing can be a stressful process for kids and parents alike. Fortunately, you can involve your child in the packing process to help your son or daughter prep for moving day.

In many instances, children can pack up toys on their own. Kids may require supervision while they pack, but with the help of their parents, these children can get their toys ready for an upcoming move.

With the right approach, packing can be a fun bonding activity for parents and kids. Together, parents and children can pack up toys and other items and ensure all of a family's belongings can safely be transported from one destination to the next.

3. Pack and Label Your Moving Boxes

Parents will want to guarantee that no toys are broken or damaged during a move. As such, it is essential to use bubble wrap, packing paper and other packing supplies to ensure all of a child's toys remain intact.

Furthermore, parents will want to make it easy for kids to find their toys as soon as a family reaches its new address. If you use bright markers to label moving boxes that contain a child's toys, your son or daughter can instantly unpack his or her toys and start getting settled into a new home.

If you need extra help getting ready for a move, you may want to consult with a real estate agent as well. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent can put you in touch with the best moving companies in your area.

Don't leave anything to chance as you prepare to move to a new location use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble packing up your child's toys.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/25/2018

Looking to add your home to the real estate market? Ultimately, you'll want to do everything you can to maximize the value of your residence.

For home sellers, getting the best price for a residence may seem virtually impossible at times. Fortunately, we're here to help you plan ahead so you can get the best price for your house as soon as it hits the market.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you optimize the value of your residence, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions.

1. Examine the Housing Market

When it comes to the real estate market, it is important to understand how your residence stacks up against the competition.

Collect housing market data to learn about the real estate sector. Then, you can establish a "competitive" price for your home and boost your chances of a quick home sale.

Typically, home sellers should look at the prices of currently available residences in their cities and towns. This will enable home sellers to understand the local real estate market and establish a price range for houses that are similar to their own.

Don't forget to review the prices of recently sold houses as well. With this housing market data in hand, home sellers can find out whether they are about to enter a seller's or buyer's market.

2. Complete a Home Appraisal

Let's face it what your home is worth today is unlikely to match what you initially paid for your residence. If you have completed a wide range of home upgrades over the years, the value of your residence may have increased. Or, if you failed to maintain your house's interior and exterior, your residence's value may have fallen.

A home appraisal will enable you to learn about your house's strengths and weaknesses. This assessment is performed by a professional property inspector who will take a close look at your house's interior and exterior. After the assessment is finished, the property inspector will provide you with a report that can help you price your house appropriately.

If you want to boost your home's value after a home appraisal, you can always complete various home interior and exterior improvement projects. That way, you can enhance your house both inside and out and move closer to maximizing the value of your home.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a difference-maker for home sellers, and for good reason. This housing market professional will do everything possible to help you prep your house and ensure you can receive the best price for it without exception.

Usually, a real estate agent will set up home showings and open houses, negotiate with homebuyers on your behalf and much more. He or she will even provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure you can streamline the home selling journey.

Don't leave anything to chance as you get ready to add your house to the real estate market. Use these tips, and you should have no trouble getting the best price for your house.

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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/23/2018

21 Swan Ave, Boston, MA 02128

East Boston's Suffolk Downs



PRICE REDUCTION!! MOTIVATED SELLER! SPACE GALORE! ONLY 1 owner BE #2. LARGE single family-5 Bedroom in E.Boston. Enough space for your extended family. Live like your in the suburbs w/ good size backyard for entertainment space trex deck, shed for all your outdoor items and still being close enough to the hustle and bustle of busy East Boston. Close to Blue Line Suffolk Downs stop. Enter into foyer that you may take stairs to main upper level or go to the addt'l living space on ground level. Grnd lvl has 2 carpeted bedrooms, Family room with SPECTACULAR brick wall & wood burning fireplace. Downstairs walk out to backyard w/ addt'l room for whatever the imagination may bring and a full bath w/ Washer/Dryer (remaining); Upper main level tiled Kitchen with granite counters/backsplash; Stainless appliances all to remain, Hardwood floors in living room, dining room and hall, remaining 3 carpeted bedrooms. Not in flood zone according to flood map; buyer to do own diligence
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March 24 at 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Posted by Danielle Lozzi on 3/20/2018

This Condo in Chelsea, MA recently sold for $280,000. This Rowhouse style home was sold by Danielle Lozzi - M. Celata Real Estate.

20 Beacon St, Chelsea, MA 02150


Sale Price

LOFT style condo located in Chelsea's waterfront. Beautiful brick front building and well maintained association. Needs new flooring in living room and bedroom, (subfloor is exposed) and updating so bring your finishing ideas. Open concept kitchen with ample counter space and new microwave hood that overlooks the sun-filled living room with large wall of windows. Spiral staircase newly refinished steps leading to master bedroom offering ample closet space. Some other updates include new baseboard, fresh paint all the way to the ceiling. Exposed Brick wall; Extra storage in Basement and 1 off street parking space Close to Boston, bus lines and highways.

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