Kim D'Elia - EXIT Real Estate Executives



Posted by Kim D’Elia on 6/16/2019

Although it may seem like the Internet and email have always been an integral part of our daily lives, those modes of modern communication have only been around for the past two decades or so.

With technology like video teleconferencing, online document sharing, and other collaborative tools becoming commonplace in the business arena, more and more companies are allowing (and even encouraging) their employees to work from home -- at least a couple days a week. For better or worse, many employees, managers, and executives are putting in lots of overtime from their home offices.

Whether you're telecommuting for a job or running your own home-based business, having a dedicated work space can make all the difference in your ability to stay focused and productive. Not only can you control distractions by closing the door, but having a separate work space at home makes it easier to stay organized and maintain a professional image. Depending on the layout of your house, the cooperation of your family, and neighborhood zoning regulations, it may even be possible to meet with clients at your home office.

While some people don't have a problem setting up their laptop and working at the kitchen table, in their bedroom, or the living room, problems can arise when your spouse or other members of the family want to use your temporary work space for something else!

Other potential complications are possible, too: When people in your household have easy access to your computer, work files, and research materials, there's also the possibility of accidentally losing unsaved documents, unfinished emails being prematurely sent or closed, and having to deal with spills, sticky surfaces, misplaced work materials, and other miscellaneous mishaps! On the other hand, setting aside a dedicated work space at home for tackling office projects, preparing reports, or creating client proposals can help you avoid losing valuable work, missing deadlines, and looking unprofessional.

Home Offices Are a Selling Point

In addition to making your own life more organized and less chaotic, there's also the advantage of increasing your home's marketability. If you happen to be considering putting your house on the market now or in the near future, having a dedicated office space will help make your home look more appealing to potential buyers.

Today, more than ever, the idea of having a home office is on many people's minds and priority lists -- or at least, their "wish list". When prospective buyers can envision ways in which your home can meet their lifestyle goals, business objectives, and career requirements, they'll be a lot more likely to seriously consider making an offer on your house.

As more and more people pursue work-at-home options, freelancing opportunities, advanced degrees, and home-based businesses, a dedicated office space will continue to be a highly desirable feature for both current and future home owners.





Posted by Kim D’Elia on 6/13/2019


621 Main St, Sturbridge, MA 01518

Fiskdale

Multi-Family

$99,999
Price

2
Units
1,743
Approx. GLA
GREAT COMMUTER LOCATION! EASY ACCESS TO ROUTE 20 AND MASS PIKE! ENJOY THIS TWO FAMILY, LIVE ON ONE SIDE AND RENT THE OTHER!! PROPERTY HAS A GREAT OUTDOOR AREA TO ENJOY ALL SUMMER LONG AND HAS A STORAGE SHED FOR ALL THE LAWN TOOLS! BOTH UNITS OFF TONS OF LIVING SPACE WITH ADDITIONAL SPACE IN THE BASEMENT! WASHER AND DRYER HOOK UPS IN BOTH UNITS AS WELL. OFF STREET PARKING!!! BRING YOUR VISION AND MAKE THIS PROPERTY SHINE AGAIN!!!! TONS OF POTENTIAL! THIS IS A MUST SEE!!!
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Posted by Kim D’Elia on 6/9/2019

Everybody can have a great garden. Yes, it will demand some attention and details, as would other great things, but if you put your heart to it, you will find that it is not impossible even for you. Here are some the top tips you should pay attention to if you want to keep a healthy garden.

  • Hydrate Your Garden Appropriately. Make sure your garden always has the right amount of water in it at every time. If you notice dry leaves popping out, then it’s an indication there’s not enough water in the soil. You can water your flower beds about 2 to 3 times every week, and this should be done late in the evening or early in the morning so the garden soil doesn’t lose the bulk of water to the heat of the sun. When watering, make sure you water the roots and not the leaves as that would promote bacteria growth on the leaves.
  • Weed Constantly. It's critical that you weed and prune out your garden regularly to prevent weeds from taking over. When weeding, remove them by the roots to prevent them from competing with your plants for nutrients. In spring, you should prune plants that survived the winter so they can grow afresh. Spreading mulch on the garden can also help prevent weeds from developing. You can keep the weeds and other remains of unwanted plants as ingredients for making compost.
  • Constantly Renew the Soil. Organic elements like compost or manure should be continuously added to refresh and renew the soil. Winter always see the drying out of the soil so you can do this during the spring. If you save up your weeds in a compost bin throughout the year, then you would have a ready source of compost to use when you need it. The best manure to add is one that has been cured for at least half a year, as fresh manure often has a high percentage of nitrogen which can prove very dangerous for plants. Fertilizers should also be added to the soil after testing it to see what nutrients it lacks and then supplied.
  • Plant in Adequate Lighting. The right amount of sunlight is essential for plants growth. Ideally, situate your garden in a place that gets direct light from the sun for at least 8 hours every day. If your garden is in a low shaded area, you might have to make do with vegetables like spinach and cabbage as they grow very well in such conditions.
  • Now you have all you need to grow and keep a healthy garden.




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    Posted by Kim D’Elia on 6/3/2019


    36 Gibbs St, Worcester, MA 01607

    Condo

    $99,900
    Price

    5
    Rooms
    2
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    WOW WHAT A GREAT OPPORTUNITY! WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN! YOU WILL LOVE THIS! GREAT KITCHEN OPEN TO DINING ROOM, GOOD SIZE LIVING ROOM. BEDROOMS ARE ALSO GOOD SIZE, NOTHING TO DO HERE BUT PAINT AND MAKE THIS YOUR OWN! ROOMS ARE ALL BRIGHT AND SUNNY! GREAT COMMUTER LOCATION, EASY ACCESS TO 290 & MASS PIKE! LOCATED ACROSS FROM WALMART AND SHOPPING PLAZA.
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    Posted by Kim D’Elia on 6/2/2019

    This Multi-Family in Southbridge, MA recently sold for $136,000. This style home was sold by Kim D’Elia - EXIT Real Estate Executives .


    189 Charlton St, Southbridge, MA 01550

    Multi-Family

    $129,900
    Price
    $136,000
    Sale Price

    2
    Units
    2,016
    Approx. GLA
    WOW, GREAT OPPORTUNITY! THIS TWO FAMILY IS BEAUTIFUL! YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH THE HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGH OUT! THIS WOULD MAKE FOR A GREAT OWNER OCCUPIED PURCHASE! LARGE EAT IN KITCHENS IN BOTH UNITS! UNITS HAVE ALL NATURAL WOOD THROUGH OUT, EACH UNIT ALSO HAS THEIR OWN WASHER / DRYER HOOK UP, UNIT ONE EVEN HAS A CEDAR CLOSET! DISHWASHER & DISPOSAL, YOU WILL FEEL LIKE HOME IN THIS UNIT! UNIT TWO OFFERS YOU A LARGE KITCHEN, WALK IN CLOSETS, CEILING FANS AND A PANTRY TOO! GREAT FLAT YARD WITH ACCESS TO THE WALK OUT BASEMENT, BASEMENT OFFERS WORK BENCH WITH A HEAT, AND HIGH CEILINGS! THERE IS NOT MUCH TO DO HERE, MOVE IN AND START RENTING!

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