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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 4/11/2018


167 Chestnut St, Easton, MA 02356

Single-Family

$365,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Looking for spacious single floor living on a beautiful picturesque and private lot in North Easton? Framed by a stone wall and situated well off a country road, this home welcomes with a farmers porch, large living room with hardwood floors and a center stone fireplace. Kitchen offers ample cabinet space and eat in area with a see through brick fireplace. Master bedroom is good size with double closets and bath. Cathedral ceiling family room opens to deck overlooking beautiful woodlands. Most windows have been replaced. 1 car attached garage. Full basement. Laundry hook ups in family room and basement. Brand new septic is being installed. This home wants some updating but will be well worth the investment. Tremendous and unique opportunity for anyone that can appreciate the value and desirability of spacious one floor living. Showings start at OH Sunday 12 -2 April 15.
Open House
Sunday
April 15 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First showings.
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Location: 167 Chestnut St, Easton, MA 02356    Get Directions

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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 4/10/2018

Since the dawn of the internet age, a growing number of homeowners and bill payers are asking themselves if they really need to keep paying for cable television.

Thereís a lot to consider when it comes to cable. While there are many services that you can find most services and shows that cable TV provides, there arenít any that offer the full package.

Ultimately, the choice of whether or not to cut the cord is down to personal preference. In this post, weíre going to talk about some of the ways you can save by getting rid of cable TV, the services that you can use instead of cable, and what to expect from those services.

The case for cord cutting

Weíre not at a point where you can usually bundle up services to get all of the things you watch on cable TV and then some. Some people argue, however, that to truly get a wide selection of sports, news, and TV shows you would end up paying the same amount as you do for cable. How do they arrive at those figures?

Say you pay about $20 per month for Netflix and Amazon Prime. But you still donít have the sports channels you want so you have to add an additional service. Then you notice your video stream keeps pausing and lagging so you have to upgrade your internet.

If you want every channel under the sun and the highest internet to stream them on, yes it could cost as much to ditch cable as it would be to keep it. But the reality is that most people donít want or need that many services or channels. People donít have time to watch that many shows when they get home from work, and are more than happy with the selection that one $8 per month service offers them.

Alternatives to monthly streaming services

Another thing opponents of cord cutting ignore is the fact that there are a number of services you can get for free that would replace some of the things that cable TV offers.

A number of news channels, as well as entertainment services like YouTube are streaming online for free. You have to watch the occasional advertisement, but you have to do that with cable TV anyway.

If there are local channels you feel youíre missing out on, you can still use a TV antenna, which are broadcasting a higher quality than ever. For $30, you can have access to channels for free over the air (OTA).

OTA channels vary based on your location, so be sure to check to see what the signal is like in your area.

The decision

The best way to decide if youíre ready to ditch cable is to find out which channels and shows you still want access to and to see if you can get them cheaper online. Thatís it.

Odds are your internet is going to be strong enough to stream a show (unless you have a house full of kids trying to do the same thing). So, look into the streaming options, do the math, and make the best informed decision for your household.




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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 4/3/2018


855 Washington St, Franklin, MA 02038

Single-Family

$574,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
New Construction! Can be ready for occupancy in 30 days! Architecturally pleasing, this colonial is set up off road on a 2.5 acre lot. A classic, open floor plan will offers a spacious kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2 car garage, First floor laundry, family room with vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace. Central air, gas heating, 2 car garage. This lot combines beautiful rural views in a natural setting with plenty of level yard space. Conveniently located to shopping, and commuter routes and Boston train.
Open House
Sunday
April 08 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
New Construction Franklin!
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Location: 855 Washington St, Franklin, MA 02038    Get Directions

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Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 4/3/2018

As anyone up-to-speed on technology knows, social media is everywhere. And itís a powerful toolóif used properly. You can share information in real-time and receive real-time responses and reactions. Therefore, you should be using social media to your advantage when selling your home. Youíre probably wondering what social media has to do with selling a home, right? Well, letís take a look at a couple ways where social media will not only come in handy, but might just help sell your home in real-time.

1. Post your listing

Itís very likely that your listing will be posted on many real-estate sites and even on social media. This is your opportunity to capitalize on that posting and post on your own social media channels.  Consider posting to Facebook, Twitter and even Instagram. By doing this you are increasing the views that your listing will receive and increasing the likelihood that the right buyer will see your home. And all it takes is one person to love your home for it to sell.

2. Ask your friends to share

Word of mouth goes a long way. Technologyís way of word of mouth is through sharing on social media. And if you want to maximize the amount of people who will see your listing, ask your friends to share the postingóthey may even add a little note to their share, which (if positive, hopefully) will only help.

3. Give them a reason to love your home

Add a personal message when sharing your listing. Tell the story of how your daughter took her first steps in the family room or how you felt the first time you walked through the front door. Giving that personal touch will bring positive feelings of your home. It will give the potential home buyer the thoughts of all the firsts that they could experience in that home.

Of course, social media will not sell your home. You should be taking the proper steps suggested by your realtor to get it in optimal shape for selling such as making small updates, decluttering, and removing overly personal items. You should also have great photos of your home for the listing. The photos will make a world of a difference when buyers are looking online. It could make or break whether they even consider your home or attend a showing.

If selling your home is timely then social media should bean important component to your selling strategy. Itís the age of technology and every generation is on social media in some respect, especially the millennial generation. And itís important to pay attention to the millennials as more and more will begin the home buying process. Itís essential to be where they are and for most, theyíre on social media.





Posted by Carol-Ann Palmieri & Al Mussi on 3/27/2018


34 Jonathan Way, Taunton, MA 02780

Single-Family

$299,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
The appeal of this sparkling 3 bedroom ranch does not stop at the curb. The front door welcomes you to a to a sun filled cathedral ceiling family room complete with skylights and wood floors. This opens and flows easily into the kitchen making it a perfect floor plan for entertaining. Renovated bath. 3 season glass room off kitchen is a wonderful setting for extended gatherings, or is just the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee and watch the birds and butterflies that love the flower gardens and plantings in this yard. This home is equipped with gas heat, central air, w fi thermostat, replacement windows, a brick patio, and an oversize garage. This excellent opportunity for one floor living is conveniently located to commuter routes but sits quietly in a cul de sac neighborhood. Showings start at open house Saturday 11-1. I'm guessing you will fall in love!
Open House
Saturday
March 31 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Location: 34 Jonathan Way, Taunton, MA 02780    Get Directions

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