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



5 Palmer St, Salem, MA 01970

Multi-Family

$669,900
Price

3
Units
2,940
Approx. GLA
Great location to realize the rising values and rents of downtown Salem! Just walking distance to shopping area, and restaurants Great investment or owner occupied property, rents are low compared with the rental market in Salem Excellent location, 3 family building with 3 bedrooms in each unit, offering a great layout separate living room and dining room, hardwood floors bathrooms with new ceramic tile, full basement coin-op washer, and dryer Heat is oil, but there is gas on the house already, lead certificated for all 3 units
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Multi-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $535,000. This style home was sold by Didier Lopez - RE/MAX One Call Realty.


8 Harmony Lane, Framingham, MA 01702

Multi-Family

$529,000
Price
$535,000
Sale Price

2
Units
2,208
Approx. GLA
Tenants must be home for showings. No lock box, evening showings must be planned in advance. Fabulous opportunity to own a duplex on Framingham/Ashland line. unit A tenant has occupied for over 20 years. Unit B for several.(Rent on Unit B just changed by $750) Was always $1750 Each unit is three bedrooms, living and dining room areas. Nice rear yard and full basements. Seller has never lived in the property.

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This Multi-Family in Framingham, MA recently sold for $535,000. This style home was sold by Didier Lopez - RE/MAX One Call Realty.


8 Harmony Lane, Framingham, MA 01702

Multi-Family

$529,000
Price
$535,000
Sale Price

2
Units
2,208
Approx. GLA
Tenants must be home for showings. No lock box, evening showings must be planned in advance. Fabulous opportunity to own a duplex on Framingham/Ashland line. unit A tenant has occupied for over 20 years. Unit B for several.(Rent on Unit B just changed by $750) Was always $1750 Each unit is three bedrooms, living and dining room areas. Nice rear yard and full basements. Seller has never lived in the property.

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This Single-Family in Auburn, MA recently sold for $292,000. This Cape style home was sold by Didier Lopez - RE/MAX One Call Realty.


64 Chestnut Avenue, Auburn, MA 01501

Single-Family

$291,900
Price
$292,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Nothing to do but move in! This nicely updated 4 bedroom home is in terrific shape! Large eat-in kitchen with tile floor and all appliances included! The living room has hardwood floors and a beautiful fireplace with pellet stove and built-in bookcases. Full bath on first floor is convenient for guests and down the hall from two first floor bedrooms (or use one as your dining room!). Upstairs are two more bedrooms with vaulted ceilings adjacent to a second full bathroom. Partially finished, heated basement is a nice playroom or family room with new carpet. Terrific white vinyl fenced, flat back yard with custom patio, storage shed and above ground pool. So many updates - new electrical panel, vinyl siding, vinyl windows, 3 year old roof, 2016 heating system, propane hot water heater and MORE!! A one car garage and enclosed porch too. This a wonderful home for everyone! Come and MAKE IT YOURS before it's gone!

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If you have ever looked around your neighborhood and thought that this could be the year you have the lawn that all of the neighbors envy, you’re in luck. The spring season is the perfect time of year to start cultivating the perfect lawn. All you need is a plan in place and the grass will really be greener on the other side of the fence- your side! 


First, you need to understand what’s the actual problem with your lawn. Do you suffer from bare spots on the lawn? Are there many weeds around, making the lawn appear unsightly? Is fungus present on the lawn? Then, see how big of a problem each of these issues are if you see them. How much time do you have to devote to getting the lawn ready and maintaining it? When you determine all of these things, you can start the first steps of your plan. 


First, you’ll need to aerate the lawn, which helps to open up the compact soil. You can do this with a rake or power rake. Next, even out the terrain as needed throughout the aerating process. Depending on the extent of the unevenness of the terrain itself, you may need to hire a professional. Then, you’ll need to reseed the lawn. Be sure that you choose a grass seed that is appropriate for the climate you’re in as well as the sun and shade conditions of your property. Finally, your new lawn seed will need to be watered every day with a significant amount of water at first. This will help the grass grow quickly and evenly. Try to aim for about one and a half inches of water per week. Water your lawn early in the morning if you can for the maximum benefit to watering.  


Once your new lawn is in place, make prevention a top priority. You’ll want to be vigilant about preventing and getting rid of weeds. If you learn how to identify the weeds, that’s half of the battle. You can find weed guides online or even get a gardening book that will help you to learn more about what and how to get rid of weeds. 


Use commercial weed killers or create your own natural weed killer, depending on your preference. To create a natural weed killer all you need is vinegar, salt, soap, and water. Vinegar is pretty powerful in its ability to ward off weeds, so if you're looking for a natural route, you may want to give it a try. 


By starting a lawn off right in this way, you’ll be able to see improvement. Don’t stress if your lawn doesn't look perfect in the very first season. It could take some time for your lawn to reach its full potential. Remember if you’re in a drought-prone area, you’ll want to avoid any harsh pesticides, as they will only make the lawn conditions worse.




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