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Posted by Cori Oehley on 5/28/2020

586 Shining Rock Dr, Northbridge, MA 01534



Full/Half Baths
OH TO FIND A LOVELY YOUNG COLONIAL ,SET ON A LOW TRAFFIC CUL- DE -SAC IN THE SHINING ROCK NEIGHBORHOOD, WALKING DISTANCE TO THE AWARD WINNING SHINING ROCK GOLF COURSE, This is the lifestyle you have been dreaming of. This generous lot offers gorgeous curb appeal and flat back yard with just a little more privacy should you want a pool. . Every window frames a view of Blackstone valley , majestic sunsets or wooded walking trails . . The open first floor plan makes Entertaining easy and your guest will be impressed with the high end finishes throughout the home. Crown moldings, Marble tile, Glistening hardwoods and gorgeous granite counter-tops throughout . Stroll up the road for social night out for diner and drinks at the Shining Rock club house. How about adding a low tax rates and easy commuter location ? Showings start Open House, Saturday 5/30 ,11-3 Sunday 5/31 11-3. Appointments preferred and Covid 19 safety protocal is required.
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Posted by Cori Oehley on 5/26/2020

Home improvements are a vital part to keeping your home up-to-date with the times and also to ensure that it doesnít lose value when it comes time to sell.

To save money, many homeowners take the do-it-yourself route and use the tools at their disposal to upgrade their homes. Sites like YouTube have made it easier than ever to follow step-by-step tutorials that show you how to make substantial repairs and upgrades to your home without having to pay a professional.

The down side, however, is that when you choose to DIY, you take on the risk of going over budget by making mistakes. You also risk stretching out your project weeks or months longer than necessary due to a lack of time to work on it.

In todayís post, weíre going to talk about how you can stay on budget and on track to finish your home improvement project without bringing in the professionals.

Making a timeline

Letís start with the big picture for your home renovations. When deciding which improvements to make, itís important to know your limits in terms of the work you can do.

Set a reasonable number of hours you can work on your projects per week. Go easy on yourself. Most of us are already tired when we get home from work and probably wonít be able to start tackling big projects in the evenings. Rather, try to give yourself one weekend day to work on your projects and one weekend day to relax.

The most important aspect of creating your timeline is to try and keep your schedule open. So, write down the time you want to work on your home in your calendar, planner, or whichever app or tool you use to plan your time.

This will help you to avoid creating conflicting events and obligations, and help you stay on track to finishing your improvement projects.

If youíre looking for an evening activity related to your home improvement projects, itís a good idea to start watching some video tutorials of people doing the same renovations as you. This will help you avoid mistakes and look out for common obstacles that youíll face along the way.

Budgeting your improvement

Youíll want to save up for your project in advance, if possible, to avoid accumulating credit card debt. Your home improvement project should, in effect, gain you money by increasing the value of your home, not make you lose money on credit card interest payments.

Budgeting in itself is an art that few of us are taught in school. Fortunately, there are several free budgeting apps available. Or, you can simply draw one up yourself.

The key to creating a home improvement budget is to know how much of your monthly savings you can devote to this project without having to dip into other funds. To do this, youíll need a clear understanding of where your income goes.  

Once you have a budget and a timeline for your home improvement project, youíre ready to begin. Just make sure you check in on your timeline and your budget throughout the length of the project to make sure youíre meeting your goals and arenít overspending.

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Posted by Cori Oehley on 5/22/2020

2 Brookside St, Upton, MA 01568



Full/Half Baths
STUNNING HOME DESIGNED FOR THOSE THAT APPRECIATE THE TRANQUIL PRIVACY NATURE CAN PROVIDE. Coming home is like going on Vacation everyday. Every window frames a view of the nature that surrounds this property. This brilliant 2 Acre lot has the home set so the Front Screened in farmers porch is as useful and private as the "back yard" entertaining area. Brookside st. is a short dead end with a campground feel while a short walk from Taft mill and Goss Pond estates. Kayaking , fishing, hiking right out your door. This 3037 sq. ft. Colonial has an easy flow for formal or casual entertaining with the kitchen warming the heart of the home. Master suite with bonus room for workouts, Nursery , or office. 1st floor laundry/mudroom . Upton is a perfect combination of open space, natural attractions , highly rated schools, YET close to 495, 90, Providence, Worcester, Boston. This one is not a drive by. So much that needs to be seen to be appreciated
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May 24 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
OPEN HOUSE. Send your buyers THIS SUNDAY. 11-1:00. PPE required . Call to reserve your time.
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Posted by Cori Oehley on 5/19/2020

If you're in the process of preparing your home for the real estate market, get ready to roll up your sleeves and make your home as irresistible as possible!

While this may sound like an enormous undertaking that you don't have the time or energy to tackle, remember one thing: When you put your home up for sale, there's a lot at stake!

Generally, the longer your house stays on the market, the less marketable it becomes. If potential buyers learn that your house has been on the market for longer than, say, a few months, one of the first questions they'll ask or think will be "What's wrong with it?" Once questions like that start arising, the overall appeal of your home begins to decline. As you can imagine, your ability to get the highest possible price for your house also weakens over time. That's why it's important to do everything possible to enhance the look and feel of your home.

Home Staging Counts

Although effective home staging can be a crucial aspect of selling your house quickly, there is a point at which diminishing returns may come into play. Few home sellers have unlimited time and money to invest in staging their home, and it's easy to go above and beyond what's actually necessary to secure a buyer.

There are dozens of variables that affect a house selling strategy, including the real estate market and the condition of your home. If it's a "buyers' market" and there are a lot of comparable houses for sale in your neighborhood, then you might have to work a little harder to make your home stand out and attract offers. If you're fortunate enough to be in a desirable area and not facing a lot of competition from other home sellers, then the law of supply and demand should work in your favor! However, it's still important to make the most of your property's curb appeal and the overall appearance of your home's interior.

The cost of home staging can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands, but your real estate agent can provide invaluable guidance on how to cost-effectlively maximize the "eye appeal" of your house and property. While perfection is generally an unattainable standard in home staging (or anything else), optimal results only come from putting your best foot forward.

Several words to remember and be guided by when preparing a house for sale are "immaculate", "spotless", "manicured" (lawn), "fresh" (looking and smelling), "updated", "well-maintained", and "charming". If prospective buyers are using those words and phrases to describe your home, then you know you're on the right track! Your agent can provide you with helpful insights and suggestions for making a great impression on potential buyers -- without having to spend more on home staging than necessary!

Posted by Cori Oehley on 5/16/2020

This Single-Family in Upton, MA recently sold for $665,000. This Cape style home was sold by Cori Oehley - Real Living Suburban Lifestyle Real Estate.

127 East St, Upton, MA 01568


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Full/Half Baths
A STUNNING CLASSIC CUSTOM CAPE WITH A BRILLIANT MULTI GENERATIONAL DESIGN. 4000 sq ft of Simple Elegant touches like oversized windows, stain glass inserts, Crown molding and functional built in cabinetry that give each room a custom feel. Even the finished walk out basement is a sun filled and inviting multipurpose space. Deck, Patio and 2 acre yard for all your summer entertaining. The In Law addition offers the perfect degree of separation from the main house. The soaring ceilings and glistening Hardwood floors will please your sense of space. Fully appliances eat in kitchen, laundry and it's own 3 season porch make this space feel like home sweet home . Oversize climate controlled 3 car garage has additional storage space . . Beautifully landscaped 2 acre lot surrounded by farmland yet minutees to 495 and 90. Upton is the perfect combination of small town charm , highly rated schools, and convenient commuter location. Showings start Saturday

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