Tracey Fiorelli
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Posted by Tracey Fiorelli on 7/23/2019

This Single-Family in Rutland, MA recently sold for $205,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Tracey Fiorelli - Janice Mitchell Real Estate, Inc.


1 CHRISTMAS TREE LN, Rutland, MA 01543

Single-Family

$199,900
Price
$205,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
BUYER REMORSE makes this home available. .... Solid 3-4 bedroom ranch home ready for your to update and make your own. Dine in kitchen , fully appliance, hdwd floors thru out, update bath , lower level has 2 additional rooms , screened porch overlooking level rear yard, fenced and storage shed are outside bonuses PLUS young buderus furnace ...All tucked on a small dead end street in a neighborhood setting . Close to town center with restaurants, park & town pool . Just in time to enjoy the summer activities As is condition






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Posted by Tracey Fiorelli on 7/23/2019

This Single-Family in Princeton, MA recently sold for $468,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Tracey Fiorelli - Janice Mitchell Real Estate, Inc.


61 HICKORY DR, Princeton, MA 01541

Single-Family

$475,000
Price
$468,000
Sale Price

10
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to 61 Hickory Drive ! This fantastic home is in one of Princeton's sought after neighborhoods offering a new gourmet kitchen with chef quality appliances , granite counters, custom cherry cabinetry spanning the kitchen and overflowing into the dining room area. Tiger wood hardwood floors compliment the rooms as well as a wood burning fireplace in the break nook . Front to back Formal sitting room with 2nd fireplace , family room with refinished wide pine floors accented with built Ins and barnboard walls . 2nd floor offers gleaming hardwood floors, oversize master suite with private bath and walk in closet , (3) additional bedrooms and newly renovated guest bath complete with dbl sink vanity & tile shower . Exterior is equally as impressive with an oversize in ground pool , deck and patio area and private yard. Many recent improvements with this home including young furnace, freshly painted interior plus walk up attic . You don't want to miss this one

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Posted by Tracey Fiorelli on 7/20/2019

Thereís a lot that goes into the process of buying a new home. Buyers often think that once the closing process in complete they can move their stuff in and things will go back to normal. But they are often caught off guard throughout that first initial year by maintenance tasks. Tasks that they could have been prepared for at the beginning if only they had known. So today I want to talk about how to stay one step ahead when you first move in to avoid surprises months later or worse years down the line. For the most part, these should each take you all of ten minutes a few times a month.

Be sure to write in reminders on your calendar for monthly maintenance and annual inspections to stay on top of any issues that may arise. Maintenance is key to good homeownership. Youíll save money in the long run as you find and repair issues when they are still minor. Youíll be so glad you didnít find out the hard way - by a burst pipe or major crack in your foundation.

Speaking of maintenance and saving money, wait to invest in top to bottom renovations, especially those that are purely cosmetic. Buying a new home is a large investment and most families need time to bounce back financially from the buying and moving process. Funnel what finances you do have towards initial repairs that will need to be made. And since you no longer have a landlord to depend on when repairs need to be made it is wise to start building an emergency fund for future home repairs.

For initial repairs that will need to be made be sure to hire professionals to take care of any and all that are technical. Donít try to fix repairs yourself that you arenít qualified to do. And no a Google search isn't enough to qualify you to do electrical or plumbing work. Youíve just made a major investment. So ensure to protect that investment for years to come by having things done the right way the first time. This also saves you money in the long run from having a professional come to undo your mistakes and set it up the right way. Or worse, from medical bills.

Keep a binder to track and save receipts for all home improvements. Doing so will help you to maximize your tax-free earnings if and when you decide to sell your home. And while the line between home improvements and repairs can get vague in some areas itís best to track everything. Invest in an accountant, especially for your first year of homeownership, to help you sift through these receipts and maximize your returns. This binder will also come in handy for years to come. Youíll be able to refer back to when you purchased a new water heater or last had a home inspection done, for example.

Invest in sufficient home insurance. Not all basic plans include fire and flood protection. You will also need life insurance policies if you have dependents. This will ensure that if anything were to happen to you, your dependents would gain ownership of the house. And since you now own a large asset it is wise to ramp up your car insurance policy.

Donít get caught off guard. Take 10 minutes a few times each week after youíve closed on your house to set up these appointments and systems. For such a small amount of time, they have major pay off. And come tax season or time to make a repair youíll be so glad you did.





Posted by Tracey Fiorelli on 7/18/2019

UNDER CONSTRUCTION .... Quality built home in a small cul de sac location . Open floor plan with grand foyer entrance from covered porch , hdwd floors, fireplace living room ,upgraded trim package includes crown molding & wainscoting, kitchen cabinets have soft close drawers, dovetail construction, walk in pantry ,center island , granite surfaces, slider to deck ,spacious bedrooms, additional unfinished space over the garage and Full walk out basement with 10í ceiling both spaces are ideal for future living areas Central air, GAS heat and town water and sewer Still time to customize

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Posted by Tracey Fiorelli on 7/18/2019


Lot 2 SHEYS LANE, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$589,900
Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
UNDER CONSTRUCTION .... Quality built home in a small cul de sac location . Open floor plan with grand foyer entrance from covered porch , hdwd floors, fireplace living room ,upgraded trim package includes crown molding & wainscoting, kitchen cabinets have soft close drawers, dovetail construction, walk in pantry ,center island , granite surfaces, slider to deck ,spacious bedrooms, additional unfinished space over the garage and Full walk out basement with 10' ceiling both spaces are ideal for future living areas Central air, GAS heat and town water and sewer Still time to customize
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