Kathy Foran - REALTY EXECUTIVES Boston West

Posted by Kathy Foran on 6/30/2018

Move right into this beautiful updated 4 brm, 2.5 bth Multi Level w/2 car gar in wonderful neighborhood! Lovely fireplaced living rm w/hardwood flr & bow window, Lg open kitchen w/hardwood flr, recessed lts & crown molding opens to dining rm w/hardwood flr, chair railing, crown molding, recessed lts & French door to beautiful step down sun rm w/3 sliders overlooking gorgeous back yard! Lg master brm w/berber carpet over hardwood, crown molding, walk in closet & updated bth w/granite top vanity! 3 additional brms w/hardwood flrs! Update main bth! Gorgeous powder rm/tile flr & crown molding! Laundry rm w/sink & lg dbl closet! Lg family rm w/recessed lts & brand new slider! Lower level w/firpelaced play rm & office w/new carpet! More updates inc: Architectural roof Nov 2017, Gas water heater 2017, insulation 2014, gas heat, C/A & 200 amp in 2008, & vinyl siding & windows! Gorgeous private lot w/beautiful plantings, flowers, stone walls, Koi pond & circular brick patio! Wonderful location!

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 6/24/2018

Cleaning. Itís not an activity we are all particularly enthusiastic to partake in, yet is a very necessary one. After investing in a new home you want to make it maintain its value over time by keeping it in tip top shape. However, life happens and as days become weeks and weeks become months itís easy to get caught up in the flow of life and forget those once in awhile cleaning tasks that need to be done throughout the year. Never forget another cleaning task again by creating a seasonal cleaning calendar. For best results combine your everyday calendar with your cleaning one so you have everything at a glance. Spring

  • Inspect roof for any damage that could have occurred from the harsh Winter weather.
  • Look for any other Winter related damage around the parameters of your house.
  • Scrape, sand, prime and/or paint any spots around the home that need it.
  • Clear out lawn and garden beds from any debris to make way for new growth.
  • Plan out your Spring and Summer planting, gardening and landscaping projects.
  • Sort through winter clothes before storing them for the season. Donate any items your children may have outgrown and repair anything that needs mending.
  • Clean your home top to bottom by wiping down ceilings, walls and baseboards.
  • Vacuum and wipe down window panes and sills.
  • Consider holding a yard sale to get rid of any extra clutter that may have gathered over the year.
  • Deep clean the carpets in your home.
  • Clean out the inside of your fridge and vacuum the coils on the back.
  • Test all smoke detectors.
  • Have your air conditioner serviced before the hot weather hits.
  • Pressure wash your house and garage siding as well as your driveway.
  • Spray insecticides and bug repellants.
  • Inspect fire extinguishers and purchase some if you do not already own any.
  • Flip and rotate mattresses and couch cushions.
  • Regularly prune trees and shrubs.
  • Drain and/or flush your water heater.
  • Clean all patio furniture before storing it for the winter.
  • Touch up any paint that may be peeling and worn from the Summer heat.
  • Check seals on windows and doors as well as caulking. Make sure your home is well-sealed to prevent any energy leaks over the Winter months.
  • Clean out the gutters along your home.
  • If your home has chimneys have them professionally inspected and cleaned.
  • Schedule a furnace inspection before the cold weather hits.
  • Take the time to clean and organize your kitchen to prepare for holiday cooking.
  • Test and replace batteries in fire alarms.
  • Rake up leaves to prevent debris buildup.
  • Install storm windows to prepare for colder weather.
  • Clean and organize your attic and/or basement.
  • Sort through your family'sí Summer clothes before storing them for the†season. Donate any your children have outgrown and repair any that need mending.
  • Change your furnaceís filters throughout the season as needed.
  • Check the grout around your home and repair as needed
  • Program your thermostat for maximum energy savings.
  • Schedule a termite inspection.
  • Clean out the vents to your dryer.
  • Before packing holiday decorations up for the year ensure they are clean, organized and in working order.
While cleaning may or may not be your favorite activity it is one that must be done throughout the year. Creating a seasonal cleaning calendar will help to keep these tasks at the forefront of your mind and your home in prime condition. At the end of the year you will have a well-maintained home and can feel good about the hard work you put in to make your house and clean, and welcoming home!

Posted by Kathy Foran on 6/23/2018

Lovely, bright & open 4 brm, 2 full bth split w/over 2,100 sf of living space! Main level has been lovingly remodeled & consists of 3 bedrms, gorgeous full bth w/tile tub/shower enclosure, tile flr & Quartz top vanity! Bright living rm w/picture window, dining room, gorgeous new hardwood flrs, new red Birch kitchen w/Quartz counters, stainless steel appliances & tile flr, Play rm addition w/lg laundry rm/pantry! Huge remodeled lower level has 4th brm w/2 closets, Large family rm w/recess lts & wet bar w/granite countertop, lg storage rm & full bth w/tile shower & marble top vanity! Versatile floor plans allows plenty of living space for the extended/growing family! Owner has done the inside & the Lg private lot is ready for the new owner to bring their creative ideas! More updates include electrical in lower level, Architectural roof, kitchen, 2 full bths, insulation, doors, flooring & more! Great convenient Saxonville neighborhood, walk to shops, schools & minutes to all major routes!

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 6/17/2018

If you plan to buy a house, you may want to host a yard sale sooner rather than later. That way, you can sell items you no longer need and won't have to worry about moving these items once you find a new residence.

Ultimately, there are many reasons why it may be beneficial to host a yard sale before you kick off the property buying journey. These reasons include:

1. You can earn extra cash.

Let's face it Ė purchasing a home can be expensive, regardless of where you decide to live. Fortunately, if you host a yard sale, you can earn extra cash that you may be able to use to cover assorted homebuying and moving expenses.

Whether it's the costs associated with moving supplies or the closing fees on a new home, expenses can add up quickly during the homebuying cycle. Thankfully, by hosting a yard sale, you can simultaneously cut down on unwanted items and earn cash from these items.

2. You can start packing.

As you separate items you want to keep from those you want to sell, you can start packing for your eventual move. Thus, hosting a yard sale may help you kick off the process of moving from one location to another.

Of course, as you start packing, you also may want to reach out to local moving companies. This will allow you to learn about local moving companies, find out their rates and determine whether a moving company is a viable option for your eventual move.

3. You can move one step closer to finding your dream home.

Hosting a yard sale provides a great opportunity to connect with community members and tell them about your plans to search for a new house. In some instances, community members may be able to help you accelerate your search for your dream residence too.

A yard sale may prove to be exceedingly valuable for an individual who wants to start a house search soon. And if you are ready to explore the local housing market following your yard sale, you may want to consult with a real estate agent.

Typically, a real estate agent streamlines all stages of the homebuying journey. He or she will help you pursue houses in your preferred cities and towns so you can find your dream home. Then, a real estate agent will ensure you can submit a competitive offer to purchase your ideal residence. If your homebuying proposal is accepted, a real estate agent next will help you finalize your home purchase.

A real estate agent is an expert resource throughout the homebuying journey. If a homebuyer has questions as he or she searches for the right house, a real estate agent can quickly respond to them.

Host a yard sale before you purchase a house Ė you'll be glad you did. Because if you host a successful yard sale, you can take the next step to find and buy your ideal home.

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Posted by Kathy Foran on 6/16/2018

Bright 3 brm, full basement ranch with large 1 car attached garage on gorgeous corner lot in wonderful neighborhood location! Bright fireplaced living rm w/bow window and hardwood floor, 3 brms w/hardwood floors, dining rm w/bay window and hardwood floor opens to den! Updated full tiled bath! Huge basement has great expansion potential! Wonderful level corner lot is great for further expansion! Great location, close to Sudbury, all major routes, schools and shopping!

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