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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 4/18/2021

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Your roof is an important part of your home, and for something of its size, it is surprisingly delicate. Even minor problems can have a lasting impact on the integrity of your home. Learning how to spot some of the most common problems allows you to seek out help when you need to. Any one of these signs should trigger a call to a roofing company, just in case: 

You see damage: You should never climb out on the roof yourself, but if you see visible signs of damage, you should call a roofing company. They can perform a full inspection and make sure that your roof is in the best possible shape. Damage doesn't mean a huge gaping hole; missing shingles, shingles that are curled or curved up and split shingles can lead to more extensive damage in a short period of time. 

There are leaks: If your roof is leaking, then you definitely need assistance. Even a small trickle means moisture is where it shouldn't be -- and that will lead to more extensive damage. A drip or leak could also lead to mold growth and impact the air quality in your home. 

You hear rodents: Squirrels, raccoons and other rodents love your roof and attic, particularly in the colder months. If you hear the pitter patter of little feet, then one or more of these critters could have moved in, damaging your roof in the process. For safety reasons and to protect your roof, you should have any animal signs investigated right away. 

Your neighbors have roof problems: If you live in a community where the homes were all built from the same materials at the same time, then those materials could begin to fail at the same time, too. If you notice a lot of homes in the neighborhood getting repairs, it is a good idea to get an inspection soon, just in case. 

You're planning on moving: If you want to sell your home soon, a roof inspection lets you find problems early and make any needed repairs before you list your home. This can prevent problems at closing and ensure you get the best possible price for your home. 

Roof issues can go from minor to expensive in a flash and they won't go away on their own. If you spot one of these signs, the best thing to do is to get it repaired right away. Delay, and you could be looking at a more costly and extensive repair. 





Posted by Kim D’Elia on 4/13/2021


Lot 4 Daniels Road, Charlton, MA 01507

Land

$95,300
Price

2.76
Acres
Residential
Land Type
LOOKING TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME IN A TRANQUIL LOCATION WITH BEAUTIFUL ELEVATED WATER VIEWS? THIS IS THE SPOT LOOK NO FURTHER! THE ELEVATED LOT OFFERS PRIVACY AND VIEWS OF SOUTH CHARLTON RESERVIOR! IMAGINE SITTING ON A FARMERS PORCH HAVING YOUR MORNING COFFEE WATCHING THE WATER OR LOOKING OUT YOUR WINDOW DURING THE WINTER MONTHS AND WATCHING THE SNOW FALL OVER THE LAKE. THIS IS ALSO A GREAT PIECE OF LAND FOR FARMING. SIDE BOUNDARY LINES ARE BOARDED BY A BEAUTIFUL STONE WALL, (DIAGNONAL STONE WALL ACROSS THE BACK IS NOT A BOUNDARY) PROPERTY HAS PERCED, PHOTO HAS A CIRCLE AROUND LOCATION OF PERC. GREAT LOCATION ONLY SECONDS TO ROUTE 20, SHORT DRIVE TO MASS PIKE, 290, AND ROUTE 84. LAND ZONING ARGICULTURAL/RESIDENTIAL
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 4/13/2021


98 Whitmarsh Ave, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$279,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to Worcester!! This well maintained house is ready for you to call it HOME! There is nothing to do here but move in. You are welcomed into the house by a large entry way leading you to the kitchen and living room. The kitchen is complete with not one but two pantry areas and plenty of room for the family to gather. Off the kitchen is a large dining room ideal for hosting a large family meal. With the dinning room open to the living it makes for the perfect space to entertain and relax. As you move upstairs you will find a large master bedroom, spacious bathroom and an additional two bedrooms. This living level also has a great office space, its perfect if you are working from home or have a remote learner! But there is so much more to love here!!! The large backyard is ideal spot to BBQ, put in a swing set or maybe even a pool. Need a spot for the yard tools? Don't worry the backyard also features an over sized storage shed.
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 4/12/2021


98 Whitmarsh Ave, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$279,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Welcome to Worcester!! This well maintained house is ready for you to call it HOME! There is nothing to do here but move in. You are welcomed into the house by a large entry way leading you to the kitchen and living room. The kitchen is complete with not one but two pantry areas and plenty of room for the family to gather. Off the kitchen is a large dining room ideal for hosting a large family meal. With the dinning room open to the living it makes for the perfect space to entertain and relax. As you move upstairs you will find a large master bedroom, spacious bathroom and an additional two bedrooms. This living level also has a great office space, its perfect if you are working from home or have a remote learner! But there is so much more to love here!!! The large backyard is ideal spot to BBQ, put in a swing set or maybe even a pool. Need a spot for the yard tools? Don't worry the backyard also features an over sized storage shed.
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 4/11/2021

When you decide to sell your home, there’s a long list of things that you’ll need to do from finding a real estate agent to making repairs around the home. It’s nice to have a to-do list handy to help you figure out what you need to do and when throughout the course of the sale of your home. 


Find Out The Estimated Value Of Your Home


You should do a quick search online to see what your property is valued at. Some websites even have the number of views that your property has gotten over its lifetime on the site. This will give you an idea of how much you might get for the sale of your home as well as how much interest there may be in buying the home to begin with. If you see what your, home has listed in a basic online search, you’ll be able to tell what needs to be updated when the home is actually listed by your realtor.   


Get Things Fixed


If there have been issues in the home, you should work on getting them fixed. You’ll also need to know what has happened in the home over the years in order to put together a proper disclosure. Has the basement flooded? Did you face an electrical fire?  All of these problems need to be listed. You can also disclose what you did to remedy the issues. The buyer has a right to know and understand that they are moving in under good conditions. 


Learn About Potential Real Estate Agents


It’s so important to hire the right agent when you’re selling your home. You are getting a return on your initial investment, so you want it to be a good one! You’ll also want to know that you have someone who will be there to do home showings, process paperwork, and be your advocate throughout the process. You can contact various references that real estate agents provide and ask how they felt about the agent’s work. 


Find Out How Your Home Will Be Marketed


In Today’s technology-based world, there are so many ways that a home can be marketed. This includes the use of websites, social media, open houses, video tours, and photos. Your agent should be well-versed in all of these areas, or be able to hire people who do know how to best use these areas of marketing. Every avenue that is used to get buyers for your home is beneficial to you as a seller.



Understanding the process of how a home is sold can help you to be prepared when you’re ready to sell.







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