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Posted by Renee Prunier on 2/21/2018


25 Hilltop Farm Rd, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$424,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully appointed Colonial with Farmers Porch in sought after Hilltop Farm Estates cul-de-sac. Meticulously maintained home with open Cabinet Packed Kitchen / Breakfast nook, Center Island, Sliders to Deck & level back yard. Cathedral Ceiling Family room with Brick Fireplace. Hardwood floors in Foyer and Dining room. French doors in Dining and Living room. Oak Stairway. Many rooms thru-out the home have updated flooring. 2nd level offers 3 Bedrooms with the Master bedroom offering a private bath & walk-in closet. 1st flr laundry, 2 car side entry garage, Brick paver walkway, Bluestone treaded stairway leading to inviting Front Farmers Porch with maintenance free railings. Front Lawn Sprinkler system. Absolutely nothing to do, but move in.
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Posted by Renee Prunier on 2/20/2018

Beautifully appointed Colonial with Farmers Porch in sought after Hilltop Farm Estates cul-de-sac. Meticulously maintained home with open Cabinet Packed Kitchen / Breakfast nook, Center Island, Sliders to Deck & level back yard. Cathedral Ceiling Family room with Brick Fireplace. Hardwood floors in Foyer and Dining room. French doors in Dining and Living room. Oak Stairway. Many rooms thru-out the home have updated flooring. 2nd level offers 3 Bedrooms with the Master bedroom offering a private bath & walk-in closet. 1st flr laundry, 2 car side entry garage, Brick paver walkway, Bluestone treaded stairway leading to inviting Front Farmers Porch with maintenance free railings. Front Lawn Sprinkler system. Absolutely nothing to do, but move in.

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Posted by Renee Prunier on 2/19/2018


25 Hill top Farm Rd, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$424,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully appointed Colonial with Farmers Porch in sought after Hilltop Farm Estates cul-de-sac. Meticulously maintained home with open Cabinet Packed Kitchen / Breakfast nook, Center Island, Sliders to Deck & level back yard. Cathedral Ceiling Family room with Brick Fireplace. Hardwood floors in Foyer and Dining room. French doors in Dining and Living room. Oak Stairway. Many rooms thru-out the home have updated flooring. 2nd level offers 3 Bedrooms with the Master bedroom offering a private bath & walk-in closet. 1st flr laundry, 2 car side entry garage, Brick paver walkway, Bluestone treaded stairway leading to inviting Front Farmers Porch with maintenance free railings. Front Lawn Sprinkler system. Absolutely nothing to do, but move in.
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Posted by Renee Prunier on 2/19/2018

Buying a house is a life-changing decision. As such, you should perform extensive home evaluations before you make your final purchase decision.

There are many questions to consider as you review houses, and these questions include:

1. Does a home match my expectations?

Entering the housing market with homebuying criteria usually is a good idea. If you know what you want to find in your dream house, you can tailor your home search accordingly. As a result, you can speed up the homebuying journey.

When it comes to establishing homebuying criteria, it helps to consider your short- and long-term goals. For example, if you want a house that is close to your current office in the city, you can search for residences in towns and cities near your workplace. Or, if you are willing to upgrade a house on your own, you may want to focus on "fixer-upper" properties.

2. Can I afford a house?

Home prices vary based on many factors. Fortunately, if you create a homebuying budget, you can narrow your house search and review properties that fall within your price range.

Oftentimes, it helps to get pre-approved for a mortgage. Banks and credit unions are happy to provide you with a wide assortment of mortgage options. Once you assess the different types of mortgages, you can choose one that will ensure you can acquire your dream home in no time at all.

3. Will a home require in-depth repairs in the near future?

How a home looks today may not match how this residence looks in the years to come. As you evaluate residences, it may be beneficial to consider potential repairs.

For instance, if a house likely will require a new roof in the next few years, you may need to budget for this expense. Conversely, if a home is brand new or recently has been upgraded, you may be able to avoid costly, time-consuming repairs in the foreseeable future.

If you want to streamline your home search, you can hire a real estate agent too. In fact, if you employ a real estate agent, you can receive comprehensive support throughout the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent has a simple goal: to help you find a great house at a budget-friendly price. To accomplish this goal, a real estate agent will learn about you and your homebuying criteria and craft a personalized homebuying strategy. Plus, a real estate agent will set up home showings, offer expert homebuying recommendations and help you submit an offer to purchase your dream residence. And if you have homebuying concerns or questions, a real estate agent is available to respond to them at your convenience.

Lastly, be careful as you evaluate available homes in your preferred cities and towns. Keep in mind that no house is perfect, and any residence you buy may increase or decrease in value over time. And if you find a home that you want to buy, prepare a competitive offer, and you can boost the likelihood of receiving an instant "Yes" from a property seller.




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Posted by Renee Prunier on 2/12/2018

When you buy a home, you suddenly realize that your wallet and bank account become quickly drained with all of the expenses involved. If you want to save money when you own a home, youíll need to find ways to cut down on your spending. This takes some creativity and some budgeting. The good news is that you donít have to sacrifice everything in order to live in the home you want. There are many ways that you can trim your budget and you probably never even thought of them.  


The Grocery Store


We all need to eat, so you definitely canít eliminate food from your budget! You can get your grocery bill down significantly with some careful planning. 


One of the biggest problems that people have, when they head to the grocery store, is that they simply shop without a plan. Make a list of what you need to buy. There are certain things that just about everyone needs every grocery trip like milk, bread, and eggs. If you go into the store with a list, youíll have a plan that you can stick to. Know what youíre going to cook and what everyone will eat throughout the week. If you bring coupons along on a grocery trip, try not to bring anything that you donít have use for. Youíll overspend if you buy just based on coupons. After you start your new system, you can have a clear budget that will become a habit over the course of time.


Donít Pay For What You Donít Use


Are you paying for things like a landline telephone or cable? Do you actually use these services? Cutting the cords can save you a lot of expenses. Also, youíre truly wasting money if youíre paying for something that you donít use. Thereís also some cheaper alternatives available when it comes to these types of services. 


Do More Yourself


While you may have relied on the luxury of a cleaning service or a landscaping service, you can cut these things out of your budget. Itís fairly simple to clean up after yourself, just set some standards with your family in order to keep the house up. As far as landscaping, you can probably do some of the mowing and raking on your own. You can still keep these services, but perhaps you want to save the maid for an every other month deep cleaning of your home. 


Other Places To Cut Expenses


Depending upon your lifestyle and needs, there are probably a few other places that you can save in your budget. These include:


  • Seeing where you can save on insurance policies
  • Finding alternatives for pet care and child care
  • Cutting back on your commuting costs by carpooling or using public transport


When you take a good look at your budget, youíll see that there are plenty of ways that you can start saving, yet still live in the home of your dreams and keep your lifestyle.




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