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Posted by Millennium Realty on 9/22/2020


584 Chestnut Hill Rd., Millville, MA 01569

Rental

$1,850
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Very charming Cottage style Country Home situated on approx. 2 wooded acres of Millville/Mendon town line across from Mendon State Forest walking/biking trails. Enjoy perennial gardens, lilac bushes, horse paddock, also a large shed for extra storage with electricity, Chicken coop. Newer kitchen and bath, pickled oak cabinets. Tile in Kitchen and bath, new pergo flooring throughout the rest of the home. Living room has cathedral ceilings, rustic beams, cozy working corner fireplace. First floor hook up for wash/dryer. Some pets considered. No smoking in house. Tenant responsible for Snow/Ice removal and lawn care. (mower supplied). Rent includes water/sewer and refuse removal. First/Last/Security. Security can be paid over 4 months. $40 fee per adult for application credit/criminal check.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real Estate   Rental   01569   Millville  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 9/22/2020


123 Laurelwood Drive, Hopedale, MA 01747

Rental

$2,200
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Move in early October! Beautiful 2 BR 2 BA Harvard Unit with attached 2 car garage. Get settled in your new home and enjoy a large LR that has a wood fireplace with sliders to deck overlooking woods! Gorgeous french doors lead from living area to a spacious first floor office/library. Second floor has 2 large bedrooms- each it's own private bath and ample closet space! Laundry hookup also on second floor. Galley walk through style kitchen with a bright breakfast area. First floor is tile and pergo flooring, second floor is neutral carpet. There is plenty of extra storage space in the large unfinished basement. Central A/C,. Rise Energy assessment/insulation completed 9/19. First/Last/Security required. $40. fee to tenants for credit/criminal check. Pets depending on type/size/breed/temperment/# of. Showings begin Sept. 26.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Hopedale   Real Estate   Rental   01747  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 9/17/2020

Buying a home will likely be one of the largest financial decisions you will make in your lifetime. While this may seem scary at first, it’s worth noting that buying a home can also be a valuable financial investment.

When it comes to preparing to buy a home, many people just wait until they run out of room in their apartment before deciding that they need to upgrade to a home. A better approach, however, would be to start planning for your first home a year or more in advance.

Saving for a down payment is a vital step to making the best long-term financial decision. A larger down payment can help you pay off your home sooner, pay thousands or tens of thousands less in interest, and start using your home equity as an asset.

But, saving for a down payment is easier said than done. So, in this post, we’re going to talk about some of the ways you can aggressively save for a down payment so that, when the time comes, you can achieve long-term financial security from your investment.

Setting your savings goals

The first thing you should be thinking about when saving for a down payment is what your goals are in a home. Setting realistic goals in this phase will make saving for your down payment more feasible and less discouraging.

Think about what you really need from a home at this point in your life and compromise where you can.

Remember that on top of your monthly mortgage payments, you’ll likely also be paying for taxes, insurance, utilities, homeowners association fees, and more.

Save on a timeline

When setting your savings goal, make sure you’re aware of the timeframe you’re working with. If you want to buy a home next year, you’ll need to focus on short-term savings options. However, if you’re okay with renting for the next 5 years, investing your money could be a better option.

Lock away your savings

Treat your down payment savings like an emergency fund. Open a separate account, automatically deposit a portion of your pay into the account, and never withdraw from it. To do this, you will, of course, need to already have an emergency fund with a month’s expenses in it.

However, once you’ve established your emergency fund, start immediately depositing into your savings account.

Pay off credit cards

It may seem like saving for a down payment is more pressing than paying off old debt. However, the numbers will show that making interest payments on your credit cards is essentially throwing away money that could have been used toward your down payment savings.

Adjust your spending habits

While it isn’t easy to start spending less once you’ve built a standard of living, there are ways to spend less money and still lead a fulfilling life. Think about where your money goes each month, including bills and services you might pay for.

Now could be the best time to cut the cord and start using a service like Hulu to save $50 or more each month.

Time for a raise?

If it’s been some time since your last pay raise, now could be an ideal time to speak with your employer. To improve your chances of success, don’t discuss reasons outside of work that might be influencing your decision to ask for a raise (such as saving for a down payment). Rather, back up your request with evidence of your accomplishments at work.




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Posted by Millennium Realty on 9/15/2020


584 Chestnut Hill Rd., Millville, MA 01569

Rental

$2,000
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Very charming Cottage style Country Home situated on approx. 2 wooded acres of Millville/Mendon town line across from Mendon State Forest walking/biking trails. Enjoy perennial gardens, lilac bushes, horse paddock, also a large shed for extra storage with electricity, Chicken coop. Newer kitchen and bath, pickled oak cabinets. Tile in Kitchen and bath, new pergo flooring throughout the rest of the home. Living room has cathedral ceilings, rustic beams, cozy working corner fireplace. First floor hook up for wash/dryer. Some pets considered. No smoking in house. Tenant responsible for Snow/Ice removal and lawn care. (mower supplied). Rent includes water/sewer and refuse removal. First/Last/Security. Security can be paid over 4 months. $40 fee per adult for application credit/criminal check.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real Estate   Rental   01569   Millville  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Millennium Realty on 9/10/2020

Proper hydration on moving day is paramount. Because without the proper hydration, your moving day team risks wearing down quickly. Perhaps even worse, moving day team members may feel exhausted as they lift large, heavy items – something that may prove to be disastrous.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to guarantee that your entire moving day team stays hydrated – here are three tips that you need to know.

1. Pick Up Lots of Beverages

Learn about your moving day team and the drinks they like – you'll be glad you did. If you learn your moving day team's drink preferences, you can pick up beverages that you'll know they'll enjoy on moving day.

When in doubt, it pays to purchase lots of water and sports drinks. These beverages help cleanse the body and will allow your moving team to maintain its energy levels throughout the day.

If possible, you may want to avoid purchasing caffeinated beverages as well. Caffeinated beverages may actually cause an individual to become dehydrated over time. Thus, you may want to provide only a limited amount of caffeinated beverages on moving day.

2. Store Your Drinks in a Cooler That Is Easy to Access

If your refrigerator has already been moved out of your house, there is no need to worry. Purchase a water cooler and lots of ice, and you can provide your moving team with cool, refreshing beverages at any time.

Keep this cooler in a central location and tell your moving team members exactly where they can find it. That way, if a moving team member starts to feel sluggish, he or she can stop, grab a drink and immediately start to revitalize the body.

3. Plan Plenty of Breaks

On moving day, give your moving team plenty of opportunities to stay hydrated. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of dropped items, injuries and other moving day problems.

Schedule at least one break per hour, with the break lasting a minimum of 10 minutes. Also, after a few hours, you may want to provide your moving team with an extended lunch break that gives all team members a chance to stop and grab a bite to eat.

If you need additional assistance planning for moving day, you may want to contact a professional moving company as well. This business hires courteous, professionally training moving specialists who will make it simple for you to take all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Lastly, a real estate agent may help you find the best moving companies in your area. This housing market professional can help you buy or sell a residence, as well as put you in touch with the top moving companies in any city or town, at any time.

Ready to transform an ordinary moving day into a successful one? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can guarantee that your entire team can stay hydrated as your moving day progresses.




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