Didier Lopez | Framingham Real Estate, Ashland Real Estate, Marlboro Real Estate



87 C, Framingham, MA 01702

Multi-Family

$419,000
Price

2
Units
1,480
Approx. GLA
Location,Location,Location !!! Very quiet st ,just on the border of Framingham and Natick , House has 2 good size bedrooms on first floor ,living room ,good size kitchen with washer and dryer hook ups second floor 1 bedroom, nice kitchens on both units with newer cabinets and back splash ,good size deck that lead you to a large private yard ,New roof ,1 car garage ,new furnace ,roof 2016, new water heaters ,new windows This well maintained 2 family house is located just 5 minutes to Natick Mall and 5 minutes to the Mass pike,just a short ride to route 9 , also close to commuter rail very close to restaurant and shopping area,
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This Condo in Framingham, MA recently sold for $175,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Didier Lopez - RE/MAX One Call Realty.


64 Bishop Dr, Framingham, MA 01702

Condo

$172,000
Price
$175,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Nice 2 bedroom condo in great area, move in condition ...No changes to P&S /addendum and must be signed within 48hrs of acceptance. Proof of funds/pre-approval letter required with all offers.

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153 Milk, Westborough, MA 01581

Condo

$169,900
Price

5
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Location,Location ,Location ! Just minutes to major highways 495,90,Route 9 and 135 You Will Love This Upper, Rear Condo In the Most Private Location In Carlton Gardens. Renovated Unit Is Just Beautiful! Awesome Cathedral Ceiling In Living Room and Master bedroom, Darker Laminate Flooring Throughout, Amazing Recent Kitchen With Custom Wooden Glazed Cabinets, Soft Close Drawers, Granite Countertops, Under mount Sink, Delta Faucet, Custom Built- In office Area, Spacious Bedroom With Walk-In Closet, Shelving Systems in Hallway and Bedroom Closets. Tile Flooring In Large Full Bath. 2 Deeded Parking Spaces, Plenty of Guest Parking. Amenities Include Inground Pool and Tennis Courts. Laundry and Storage Convenient across from this Unit. Don't Miss This Opportunity To Own Such a Beautiful Unit In Sought After, Well Managed Complex Just Minutes to Major Routes and Train Station. This will not last !! This is the Only and cheaper condo in Westborough right Now !!
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Packing your entire house is a daunting task to say the least. We are always left wondering how did we end up with so much stuff?

A quick Google search will bring up “ultimate lists” of all of the “packing hacks” you could ever humanly think of. Making the process feel even more daunting.

Here’s your guide to packing tips you’ll actually be glad to know - and none of what you won’t.

Start by decluttering as much as possible.

Get rid of what you no longer need or use. The more you get rid of now the less you have to pack up, carry or even pay to have moved to the new house. Depending on your timeline try to give yourself at least one week where you go through each room one day at a time. However, if you have even more time available you can tackle this project by sections of each room. That smaller you can break down any task the easier and more manageable it becomes.

Schedule your move date.

Schedule your move day with movers at least a month ahead of time to guarantee your perfect time slot. Planning ahead in this way also leaves plenty of room to negotiate with your moving company to find the cheapest time of the month to move. If you have a flexible schedule or able to put in for the time off ahead of time you’ll open up even more possibility for snagging a great deal.

In fact, schedule everything.

Make a schedule and to do list for the moving process. Add it to your calendar, whether that be physical, digital or both! Know your disconnect times will be and when you need to bring back items like cable boxes. Call in for help at least a few weeks out so friends and family are able to make room in their own schedules to help you out.

Pack savvily.

Pack a little bit each day starting with the least essential items you can easily live without. Save money on boxes by asking your local stores, like the grocery or liquor store, for free boxes. Keep thick blankets out to wrap fragile items like your television in if your moving company doesn’t offer them or you’re moving on your own. Buy different colored packing tape to color code boxes by room. Assign one room to each color and label each box well by including its contents to make unpacking a snap.

Be prepared on moving day.

Find the fastest and shortest route from your old house to the new one. While researching be on the lookout for potential tie-ups like construction or a large town event. Have extra packing tape, light bulbs, and extension cords on hand for moving day. Before unplugging all of your electronics take pictures of your cord setup to take the guesswork out of setup at the new house. Defrost and clean out your fridge at least the day before move day. You’ll avoid messy leaks and can look forward to a like-new fridge on move-in day. Keep a cleaning kit on hand and at the ready, you never know what accidents might pop up during the moving process.




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