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Posted by Millennium Realty on 4/20/2018

This Single-Family in Milford, MA recently sold for $285,000. This Other style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


3 Lee St, Milford, MA 01757

Single-Family

$290,000
Price
$285,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
It is rare to see a MOVE-IN READY, 4 bedroom home with this much living space under $300K! Spread out in this sprawling home: it features two living rooms, plus a bonus room off the garage that could be used as a shop or rec room; two full bathrooms: one on each level. Hardwood floors throughout and vinyl replacement windows. Beautiful patio in the private, fenced-in backyard is perfect for summer BBQs. Storage is not an issue with the oversized garage, walkup attic, and three huge walk-in closets. Conveniently located within walking distance to downtown Milford, Milford hospital, and shopping. 10 minutes to I-495 and 16 min to the nearest Commuter Rail. You cannot just drive-by this house! Make an appointment to imagine the possibilities and fully appreciate the SPACE it offers!

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Posted by Millennium Realty on 4/19/2018

Did you know that you could drastically improve your credit score in just a year? Or that there are things that you can actively be doing to keep up your good credit score and make it to excellent? Improving your credit score involves improving many pieces of what makes up a credit score. The tips here are twofold. If your score is low and you are looking to greatly improve it, then you must first figure out why. Review the tips below to see if any listed can help you deal with your credit pitfall(s). If you have an average to good score and just want to improve it as much as possible then each of the steps below can give you insight into how to do so. Balances: The amount of revolving credit you have compared to the credit that you are using is a large factor in your credit score. Itís best to keep your balances from all of your credit cards under 30% of your revolving credit. Even if you pay off your credit cards every month, the amount of credit you are utilizing is recorded. In short, keep balances low, but also keep paying them off each month so you do not end up with a balance than canít be immediately paid off. Credit Inquiries: Hard credit inquiries show up on your report for 2 years, but only affecting your score for around a year. Hard inquiries show that you are looking to use additional credit and too many hard inquiries in a short amount of time can negatively affect your credit score. One or two within a yearís time will not significantly affect your score but as that number gets higher it will. One way around this is to make those couple of inquiries within a 30-day period. FICO will count those inquiries as one since oftentimes multiple inquiries in a short period of time results in one loanó meaning you are not in search of multiple lines of credit/loans. But itís best to be cognizant of this and strategic in how you view your credit report or apply for loans and credit cards. Payment History/On-Time Payments: If you have struggled with paying your bills on time and have seen a suffering credit score then this then would be a main reason behind your low score. And itís time to take action and change that. This is one of the main factors in your credit score and therefore significantly impacting your score, either negatively or positively. Itís important to do everything in your power to pay all bills on time. Even being just a couple days late on payments will have affect. Length of Credit History: Length of credit is not necessary something that you can completely control. But it does have an affect on your credit score. As the length of your credit increases, and given that you are responsible with your credit, your score will improve. The most important piece to remember here is to be responsible with your credit. So what are you waiting for? If you haven't already, sign up for a free credit score site or find out if one of your credit card companies offers it. Frequently checking and seeing your score rise will provide you with the gratification you need to keep on track.





Posted by Millennium Realty on 4/12/2018

One of the perks of moving out of an apartment into a home is having your very own outdoor space. Depending on how close to the city you live, you may not get much of a yard with your home. If youíre looking for that perfect outdoor space to dwell in, read on for some tips on buying a house with a yard. If you check the yard out, you could save yourself from facing problems further down the road. 


Are The Trees In Good Condition?


While mature trees in a yard are a sure fire way to have privacy and shade, the trees must be safe. You want any trees in your yard to be healthy. Otherwise, during a storm, you may have an issue with falling trees. If you have a lot of trees in your yard, it may be a good idea to hire an arborist who can tell you if the trees are safe. Tree removal can be costly, so youíll need to plan for this expense if your yard has many trees.


How Safe The Outdoor Living Areas?


You should check out any outdoor living areas the yard has. If the home comes with a patio, or gazebo the soundness of the structures should be checked. Any cement should be free of cracks or crumble.


The Layout Of The Lot


There is more to a yard than the size of a property. You should keep in mind where the home is situated on the lot. Is the front yard more prominent than the backyard? Is the home on a slope? Is there a chance water will pool near the foundation of the house? All of these questions are important for the long-term health of the property. 


How Much Yard Are You Willing To Care For?


You need to know how large of a yard youíre actually willing to care for. For many buyers, a small yard is just enough. Other buyers aim to care for a large lawn the many flowerbeds. The larger the yard, the more possibilities you have. If you are willing to take the extra time and incur the additional expense that a large yard will cost, it could be a good feature to look for. Yard size may also narrow down your home search considerably. 


Buying a home with a yard can be a great decision, all you need is to understand your own preferences and ability to care for properties of different sizes.        






Posted by Millennium Realty on 4/9/2018


137 Uxbridge Road, Mendon, MA 01756

Single-Family

$319,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This quintessential New England Cape was built in 1752 (with an addition added in 1985). It has gorgeous chestnut floors, exposed wood beam ceilings, two staircases, southern facing front door, greenhouse, and builtins galore! Enjoy all seasons with a pellet stove, screened-in porch, skylights, stone walls, brick patio and gardens. Easy access to major commuter routes, nationally recognized public school system and close to Lake Nipmuc. Brand new hot water heater 3/2018, new oil tank, new stainless steal chimney liner. The water tank and air handler were replaced within the last 10 years. Same owners since 1964. This house is priced to reflect desired updating.This property is commercially zoned, on a corner lot and located on Route 16.
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Posted by Millennium Realty on 4/5/2018

More areas are struggling with droughts today. Conserving water has become a necessity. Even if the area you live in isnít drought-stricken, cutting back on water use has many benefits for you and the environment. Youíll have a lower utility bill for one. Youíll also help to conserve the most precious resource on the planet. Thereís plenty of ways that you can conserve water. Youíll be happy that you implemented some of these tips into your daily routine. Small changes in your life can make a big impact on your water bill and the environment. 


Turn Off Water While You Brush Your Teeth Or Wash Your Hands


Did you know that water comes out of the faucet at an average of 2.5 gallons per minute? Thatís quite a lot of water to waste while youíre merely brushing your teeth or washing your hands. Turn off the tap while you brush (youíre supposed to brush for 2 full minutes!) or scrub your hands. Think of how many gallons of water youíll save over a weekís time if you shut the water off even for those few seconds! Water is a precious resource and we should use it wisely. 


Put A Bucket In The Shower


This sounds like kind of a crazy idea. You know how long it takes the shower to heat up every morning, and now you can save that water which normally heads down the drain. Place a bucket in the tub while the water heats up. You can use that water later for watering plant or keeping the lawn fresh. This way, nothing will go to waste! 


Take A Shorter Shower


We all love to hang out in the shower for a bit, but taking a shower is one of the biggest uses of water in our homes. A shower uses about 2.1 gallons of water per minute. That means the typical 8 minute shower consumes somewhere around 16 gallons of water. If you cut your showers by even one minute, youíd save 14 gallons of water a week! Thatís nothing to sneeze at! 


Flush Less


You know the old saying, ďIf itís yellow let it mellow.Ē Maybe this tip isnít for everyone, but your toilet is the fixture that uses the most water in your home. Higher efficiency toilets use about 1.5 gallons per flush, but older toilets can use anywhere between 3.5 and 7 gallons of water per flush! Consider flushing the toilet a bit less for the sake of water conservation! 


Load The Dishwasher Fully


The dishwasher is a fantastic invention and a necessity in our homes. Every time you run the dishwasher, it uses between 4 and 6 gallons of water. When you run the machine, be sure that itís full of dirty dishes to avoid putting it on too often. 







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