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Posted by Millennium Realty on 10/10/2019

So, you know youíre ready to buy a home and will be purchasing a new home soon. Youíre excited that you finally have the down payment and are itching to start your home search. While youíre meeting with real estate agents and interviewing candidates to help you find your home, you canít help but get started on your own. Everyone goes through this, you see yourself starting to look online and browse around. You may have an idea about your budget and financial and special requirements. Thatís good! Just remember that itís easy to stray outside your guidelines when youíre browsing online. Your real estate agent will ultimately guide you to properties that fit your requirements, but while youíre browsing around you may want to consider setting some boundaries or search guidelines for yourself. 

First, know that browsing current listings online can help you create a productive list of features, preferences for your real estate agent to work with. You should feel encouraged to browse around, just remember to think about some basic direction you should consider before you start. This mostly pertains to your mental state when browsing, but know that your browsing will influence your actual buying strategy in the end. 

Looking for homes online allows you to look at every price level, area and feature imaginable, or at least available within a range of your current city. It actually isnít a bad thing to look at home out of your price range, but you should focus on homes within your price range. This can help you understand what your money can get you. You can see what features and locations are available in your price range, as well as above, so you can hone in on the significant areas and features you want to discuss with your real estate agent. 

While looking at homes online, you should remind yourself to look at features, price, and location generally, and not focus in on a single home. The house youíre looking at online may or may not be available when you ask your agent. Furthermore, the home youíre looking at may or not be real. Even if you see something awesome online, you should always ask the advice of a trusted agent. They can verify the listing against the official MLS listing and contact the homeowner or their listing agent before you become too invested in the home. 

Bottom line, feel free to search online while you select a real estate agent to facilitate your home search. Just remember to be smart, keep yourself from becoming overly obsessed with a single house and always ask the agent you choose to contact sellers on your behalf. With the help of your agentís guidance, youíll be well on your way to finding your new home.





Posted by Millennium Realty on 10/9/2019


203 Village St, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$364,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Village charmer boasts many updates with something left to the new owner to do to gain sweat equity. New 30 year architectural shingle roof (nov. 18) driveway (2018), sewer connection (2018).New windows, walk and insulation in 2019. Kitchen and baths are functional but could use updates. Walls are freshly painted and floors recently buffed giving the buyer a clean start.New Carpet in den and sunroom. Finished basement could use an update but is functional space for playroom, game town or office. Oversized 2 car garage with walk up storage loft gives plenty of space for everything you need to store. Private backyard and deck with town conservation land behind.Great commuter location.
Open House
Saturday
October 12 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 203 Village St, Medway, MA 02053    Get Directions

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Posted by Millennium Realty on 10/9/2019


201 Village St, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$364,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Village charmer boasts many updates with something left to the new owner to do to gain sweat equity. New 30 year architectural shingle roof (nov. 18) driveway (2018), sewer connection (2018).New windows, walk and insulation in 2019. Kitchen and baths are functional but could use updates. Walls are freshly painted and floors recently buffed giving the buyer a clean start. Private back yard and deck with town land behind.Great commuter location.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Millennium Realty on 10/4/2019

This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $185,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Millennium Realty.


3 Williamsburg Dr, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$195,500
Price
$185,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
!CONTINUE TO SHOW!! !FRESHLY PAINTED ROOMS PLUS BRAND NEW CARPET IN LIVING RM, STAIRS & ONE UPSTAIRS BEDROOM. READY FOR NEW OWNER!!! THIS UNDERPRICED CAPE IS LOCATED IN WILLIAMSBURG HEIGHTS AND LOOKING FOR FAST CLOSE***CHECK THE COMPS THIS IS A FANTASTIC PRICE***HOUSE NEEDS SOME COSMETIC WORK BUT PRICED TO ALLOW UPDATES AS YOU WISH***VERY FLEXIBLE FLOORPLAN WITH 1st FLOOR ROOM THAT CAN EASILY BE USED AS THIRD BEDROOM OR DINING RM OR OTHER** 1ST FLOOR BATH**TWO BEDROOMS UP WITH POTENTIAL FOR 2ND BATH**NEW ROOF 2011**LOVELY SMALL NEIGHBORHOOD WITH $125. MONTHLY HOA FEE COVERING SNOW/TRASH REMOVAL, LEAF REMOVAL, MULCHING AND SPRING CLEANUP OF COMMON AREA**BUY TO RENT OR MAKE IT YOURS TO AVOID RENTING!!

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Posted by Millennium Realty on 10/3/2019

Having a home comes with many responsibilities. Sometimes, pressing needs can arise. It might be to repair some home features or to replace them altogether. These situations are bound to occur and can be parasitic on the homeowner's budget.

A home warranty is a program that provides a budget to cover any unforeseen expense in the home. It offers protection on repairs that, typically, are costly.

Home warranty and home insuranceóoften used interchangeablyóis incorrect because there are a couple of glaring differences. While getting your home insured involves specific considerations as the location of the house and the building materials, a home warranty offers funds for costly repairs. Also, home warranty only covers the cost of fixing major appliances and systems as they age. But home insurance is meant to stand by financially in events of unforeseen damages.

Benefits of a home warranty

Home warranty plans come with many benefits to save homeowners the stress of having to source funds suddenly. Here are the crucial reasons why you should get a home warranty.

A home warranty covers costly repairs

Every homeowner has a budget detailing how much they will spend on certain things. In most cases, the chances are high that provision is not available for sudden repairs. What then happens when an urgent need pops up?

With a good home warranty, you don't have to worry about faults in your home that require immediate attention. Enough funds will be disbursed to get a quick fix and keep your home in good shape.

With a home sale, it assures the buyer of a safe deal

When you put up your home for sale, potential buyers consider certain factors. Usually, homes are refurbished to increase their value before they are listed, but things requiring urgent attention can emerge at any time. If you have a home warranty in place, you assure the buyer they have nothing to worry about if such situations occur.

Real estate listings with home warranties are more attractive to buyers

Potential buyers keep an eye out for deals that will save them unnecessary costs after the transaction. This reason is why a home with a home warranty will be a hot commodity in the real estate market.

Homes with home warranties usually sell faster and closer to the asking price

Home warranties give your home value a deserved boost. This attracts buyers to your listing. Any interested buyer will want to get that great home with the warranty before anyone does and so will have less chance trying to bargain the listing price.

These benefits above are realistic and attainable. You just need to find a good, affordable warranty plan.




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