Brenda Titus REALTORŪ Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold



Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 7/13/2018

This Single-Family in Carver, MA recently sold for $294,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Brenda Titus REALTORŪ Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


28 Shaw St, Carver, MA 02330

Single-Family

$299,900
Price
$294,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Nestled in a Quaint Carver neighborhood, here is your chance to own an adorable 2 bedroom ranch....Most of the big ticket updates have already been done, some of which include...3 bedroom septic system installed (2011), New roof (2013), New Harvey Lifetime windows (2017), and New Certain Teed Cedar Impression Shingles (2017). This house has tons of potential. Don't miss your chance to Enjoy the Beautiful Summer evenings as you sit and relax around the stone fire pit tucked out back in the completely fenced in back yard.

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 7/10/2018


5 Redtail Ln., Carver, MA 02330

Single-Family

$619,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
VISIT OUR NEXT OPEN HOUSE EVERY SAT & SUN 12-2! OUR NEWEST MODEL "ATWOOD" (modified floor plan) with water views at KINGSBURY HOLLOW IS NOW READY! This Davenport/AD Makepeace Conservation Community is exceptional with 2-acre neighborhood park offering walking trails and gazebo. Picturesque cranberry bogs and wooded homesites are offered here. Quality construction by Davenport Building Company. Fantastic location just over West Plymouth line, minutes to major routes, Colony Place shopping and commuter rail. Downtown Plymouth and waterfront are 10 minutes away. Only 5 lots remaining, builders will do custom homes, including single-level designs.
Open House
Saturday
July 14 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 7/9/2018


5 Redtail Ln., Carver, MA 02330

Single-Family

$619,900
Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
VISIT OUR NEXT OPEN HOUSE EVERY SAT & SUN 12-2! OUR NEWEST MODEL "ATWOOD" (modified floor plan) with water views at KINGSBURY HOLLOW IS NOW READY! This Davenport/AD Makepeace Conservation Community is exceptional with 2-acre neighborhood park offering walking trails and gazebo. Picturesque cranberry bogs and wooded homesites are offered here. Quality construction by Davenport Building Company. Fantastic location just over West Plymouth line, minutes to major routes, Colony Place shopping and commuter rail. Downtown Plymouth and waterfront are 10 minutes away. Only 5 lots remaining, builders will do custom homes, including single-level designs.
Open House
Saturday
July 14 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
More Open Houses
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 5 Redtail Ln., Carver, MA 02330    Get Directions

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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 7/9/2018

If you intend to sell your home, you may want to host a yard sale. Thanks to a yard sale, you can eliminate clutter from your residence. Furthermore, a yard sale enables you to connect with your local community and inform community members about your plans to list your house.

Ultimately, there are many ways to ensure a yard sale is an instant success. These include:

1. Determine Exactly What You Want to Sell

You know you have a lot of items you want to remove from your house before you add it to the real estate market. As such, you should allocate time and resources to determine which items to keep and which items to sell.

If you have a variety of items you intend to keep, you may want to rent a storage unit. With a storage unit, you can keep your personal belongings safe until your residence sells.

Meanwhile, with items you want to sell at your yard sale, ensure they work properly and look great. You also may want to perform research to determine a fair price for these items based on their age and condition.

2. Pick a Good Date for Your Yard Sale

A Saturday or Sunday morning is the perfect time to kick off a yard sale. Select a date and time for your yard sale, and you can start counting the days until this event takes place.

Of course, as you consider yard sale dates, be sure to avoid scheduling your yard sale on a holiday. And remember, if you start your yard sale early in the day, you can give visitors plenty of time to check out your event.

3. Promote Your Yard Sale Properly

Create yard sale posters and set them up around your community. That way, you can promote your yard sale to a large group of community members in the days leading up to your event.

In addition, you may want to promote your yard sale online. Social networks make it easy to share information about your yard sale and may help you reach many people beyond your city or town.

As you get set to sell your home and host an upcoming yard sale, you may want to reach out to a real estate agent too. A real estate agent can help you get ready for the house selling journey and ensure you can achieve the optimal results.

A real estate agent is a home selling expert who is committed to client satisfaction. He or she will help you promote your residence to prospective buyers, analyze offers to purchase your home and much more. Plus, if you have any concerns as you navigate the home selling process, a real estate agent can respond to them.

Want to sell your home in the near future? Host a yard sale, and you can move one step closer to eliminating clutter from your home and adding your residence to the housing market.




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Posted by Brenda Titus REALTOR® Broker/Owner on 7/2/2018

Although some families are more organized than others, most homes are plagued by at least a moderate amount of clutter.

While it may seem like only a minor annoyance, household clutter can have a major "ripple effect" on several aspects of your life. Disorganization and clutter can be insidious problems for homeowners to deal with because its impact is not always obvious.

When you stop and think about it, having a cluttered home can take a heavy toll on everything from your finances to your family relationships. Here are a few reasons to set aside some time, this month, to begin decluttering your home.

Time and Money: One of the most frustrating experiences in life is to try to find a misplaced tool, an important document, or anything you might need to complete a task, solve a problem, or meet a deadline. When you add up the hours you and your family spend on searching for items that are stuffed in drawers or buried in closets, it becomes increasing clear why everyone's productivity is down and stress levels are up. You may have also noticed that you're spending money on personal and household supplies that you already have somewhere in the house.

If you've lived in your home for more than a few years, you've probably accumulated stacks of clutter in every imaginable storage space. Three ways to drastically reduce the amount of clutter in your home in a relatively short period of time is to either sell, donate, or throw away things you no longer need. The first step, of course, is to sort through your belongings to separate what's useful from what's just taking up valuable space.

Although organizing a garage sale can be a time-consuming activity, the benefits can far outweigh the time and effort involved. Preparing for a garage sale not only results in finding valuable things you forgot you even had, but your home will end up feeling cleaner, more spacious, and more welcoming. As long as you don't hold a garage sale every year, it can be a fun and profitable family activity.

Another alternative to storing things at home that you no longer need or want is to donate them to a charitable organization, such as The Salvation Army. Churches, veterans groups, and other community organizations often accept donations of clothing, furniture, electronics, appliances, and other household items. Making a few trips to nearby clothing collection bins is another way to unclutter your closets and pass along useful things you no longer need.

One type of clutter you can neither sell nor give away is "junk." If you have enough of it, you might consider renting a dumpster or calling a reputable, reasonably priced junk hauling service. Regardless of the method you use to get rid of things you no longer want, you'll be amazed at how energizing it can be to restore order, cleanliness, and a sense of pride to your living space!