Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 7/30/2019


60 Maple St, Templeton, MA 01468

Single-Family

$199,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Showings begin at Open House; Sunday 8/4, 10:30 -12:00. Lovingly cared for and updated colonial! The first floor hosts a front to back living room with surround sound, modern and large kitchen, separate dining room, laundry room and full bath. The second level has the master bedroom suite with remodeled master bathroom which has a jetted soaking tub and separate shower. Second level also has 2 additional bedrooms. Walk up attic offers room to grow, currently unfinished, this space could potentially add 2 more rooms! This home has a great yard and location, ball-field at end of street, stream across the street, excellent convenient location with route 2 just a couple minutes away.
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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 7/24/2019


Lot 1 Lord Rd., Templeton, MA 01468

Land

$100,000
Price

21.72
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Large private 21.72 acre wooded lot in desirable Templeton location. Located on a quiet paved road just a few minutes from center of town, and minutes to Rt. 2., 233 Ft. of frontage with town water at street, private septic. Buyers responsible for due diligence, tests & building permits. Lot is located after house #123 and before house #143.
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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 7/24/2019


195 Ward Hill Rd, Phillipston, MA 01331

Single-Family

$299,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Nicely maintained expanded cape w/ 2 car garage on 3 acres! Freshly painted throughout, hardwoods throughout first floor & master bedroom, tiled kitchen & baths. Large eat-in kitchen w/ tile flooring, brand new stainless-steel appliances, & sliders to back deck. Living room w/ fireplace, formal dining room, family room/great room w/ cathedral ceilings, bathroom w/ stand up shower, and laundry/ pantry closet all on main level! Upstairs features 2 front to back bedrooms both w/ skylights & walk in closets, full bathroom, and private master bathroom! Walk out basement bedroom suite w/ sitting room & office/den area. Located on a quiet country road, but minutes to Rt. 2 and to the New Market Basket shopping center!
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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 7/24/2019

If you intend to buy a house, it generally is a good idea to establish realistic property buying expectations. That way, you can plan ahead for the homebuying journey and avoid potential problems that otherwise may prevent you from achieving your desired results.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you manage your expectations as you pursue your dream residence.

1. Create Homebuying Criteria

With homebuying criteria, you can determine exactly what you want from your dream residence. Then, you can narrow your house search and speed up your quest to discover your ideal home.

Think about where you want to live. For instance, if you prefer the hustle and bustle of the big city over life in a small town, you may want to hone your house search to properties in the city of your choice. Or, if you have always dreamed about owning a home near the beach, now may be the ideal time to transform your dream into a reality.

Don't forget to consider the features you want from your dream home too. Make a list of home must-haves and wants, and you can streamline your home search.

2. Set Homebuying Goals

Establishing homebuying goals can help you build a roadmap for your home search. This roadmap then will enable you to identify potential homebuying hurdles and resolve such issues before they escalate.

Homebuying goals can guide you along the homebuying journey. You can create as many or as few goals as you'd like, and by doing so, simplify your search for your ideal residence.

In addition, it is important to be flexible with your homebuying goals. And remember, if you fail to accomplish a homebuying goal by a specific date, you can always adjust your homebuying roadmap as needed.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about what to expect during the homebuying journey, there is no need to stress. In fact, you can hire an expert real estate agent who can help you establish realistic property buying expectations from day one.

A real estate agent first learns about you and your homebuying goals. He or she next will put together a personalized homebuying strategy for you and ensure you can complete a successful property buying journey.

As you search for your dream home, a real estate agent will set up home showings and keep you up to date about new houses that meet your homebuying criteria. He or she also will help you submit an offer to purchase on any house you want to acquire. And once an offer to purchase is accepted, a real estate agent will help you navigate the final steps of the property buying journey.

Ready to begin your search for your dream residence? If you understand how to manage your homebuying expectations, you should have no trouble achieving the best-possible results at each stage of the homebuying journey.




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Posted by Liberty Real Estate on 7/17/2019

Mistakes are inevitable in life with their consequences varying in severity. However, some mistakes are best not made because when they happen, they could cause you thousands to fix and set you back lots of time and effort. Here are some of the top homeowners’ insurance mistakes that you should avoid at all cost.

  1. Selecting A Good Insurance Company. When choosing an insurer, you need to go for a company with competitive prices, excellent rating and quality customer's feedback. A common mistake that homeowners make is selecting a company by price alone. Choosing by price is a risk you must not take. Before you settle down with any insurance company, check the financial health and ask friends and families about their various experiences with the insurer. You need a company that is known for competence and handles claims fairly and efficiently.
  2. Dropping Flood Insurance. Should your home be situated in a flood-prone area, it is best to make sure that you have flood insurance. Standard homeowners and renters' insurance policies don't cover for damages resulting from floods. Such insurance coverage is available from the National Flood Insurance Program [NFIP] or any of the private insurance companies.
  3. Overlooking Renters Insurance. This insurance policy covers your possessions and some additional living expenses if you must move out due to an insured disaster like a hurricane or fire outbreak. In cases whereby a member of the family suffers an injury in such a catastrophic event, the insurance provides protection and care too which ensures that you can give them the best of care.
  4. Not Knowing Exclusions. Not understanding the exclusions is a common mistake that homeowners make, and It comes with not reading the fine print thoroughly. Many home insurance policies come with tons of exclusions, and it is your job to make sure that significant claims are insured. For instance, if you stay in a flood-prone area, making sure that the insurance policy covers such a disaster is very paramount. Don't make this mistake!
  5. Getting Less Coverage to Cut Cost. Many have made this mistake, and they ended up spending more than they would have. Don't ever under-insure your home in other to cut cost. That will be a grave mistake you will end up regretting. Sit with your insurance specialist and discuss the various insurance packages and the one best for your home. Having the best coverage is for your safety and also for your wallet.

Take your insurance agent as a friend and don't hesitate to communicate whenever there is a significant change in your home like fencing your home or turning your garage into a store. Keeping your agent up to date is very important. If you haven't reviewed your insurance policy to know what protection it offers you, do that now to be safe.




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