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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 1/16/2020

This Single-Family in Barnstable, MA recently sold for $280,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate.


126 Santuit-Newtown Road , Barnstable, MA 02648

Marstons Mills

Single-Family

$300,000
Price
$280,000
Sale Price

3
Beds
6
Total Rooms
2
Baths
Have you been looking for that handyman special with so much potential to be discovered? Look no further. You can turn this 3BR 2BA Cape into your dream home. And it won't take much to get there. Situated on a beautiful, 1.31-acre lot, between three golf courses, ponds, and conservation trails, the possibilities are awaiting you!! Currently in need of new windows, a new furnace, some dressy paint and new flooring, and you can see what a difference just a few days of work will make. Entering this Cape-style house there is a living/dining room with wood burning fireplace and a sliding glass door to the deck, kitchen, a full bath, a bedroom and an office which completes the first level. The second floor offers two large bedrooms with bamboo flooring, a skylight that fills the room with natural light, and a full bathroom. A full unfinished basement offers extra storage and potential for a workshop and even a spacious TV/game room.

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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 1/14/2020

Moving into a new home can be overwhelming. Once you have gone through the long process of buying a home, when the keys are your hand, your mind could be swirling with tons of ideas for what you should do in your new space. There are a few important things that you need to complete before you get into painting those walls or buying a new sofa. Read on for tips.


Look At Your Things


In the excitement of moving, you may forget about all of the stuff that you actually moved into the home. If you hired movers, check your boxes. Make sure that nothing is broken or damaged from the move. If there is anything wrong, you can file a complaint with your moving company.


Turn The Utilities On


The utilities need to be turned over to you from the previous owner. In many cases, youíll need to contact the local utility companies in order to get the bills switched to your name and the services started. This is important for you to have a completely functioning household. Cable and Internet is a choice provider that youíll also need to set up ahead of time before your move.


Unpack Your Stuff


Rome wasnít built in a day but you need certain things like clothes and coffee makers as soon as you move into a space. Find the boxes that have the most important things in them like sheets, blankets, clothing, and important appliances. Work your way out. You donít want your new home to stay a complete disaster zone forever. 


Organize Your Stuff


Moving into a new home gives you a new opportunity to get organized. Get everything in order the first time. This will keep you from needing to clean up constantly at a later date. When you start off with good organization youíll be a lot happier in your new home. 


Think Security


Make sure that your new home is secure for your family. Think of everything from accidents to crime. Install an alarm system. Change the locks. Inspect the property for any hazards. All of these activities can help to make your new home a more secure place to live. 


Learn About Your New Surroundings


When you move into a new neighborhood, you should take the time to get to know the area. This includes meeting your neighbors and taking a stroll around your neighborhood to see the area more closely. Discover the highlights of the area like restaurants, shops, and other activities. Enjoy the new place that you call home to the fullest!




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 1/9/2020


88 Indian Memorial Drive , Yarmouth, MA 02664

South Yarmouth

Single-Family

$429,000
Price

3
Beds
5
Total Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Move Right In, a beauty of an L shaped Ranch sitting back off the road, this is a very special house..on a hard to find privacy lot, a updated kitchen and baths, hardwood floors open floor plan, new baths, new kitchen, with gas fireplace. The back patio offers amazing privacy. Finished basement and laundry room, plus a 1 car garage. Brand new roof! a few doors to Wing Groves Beach on Long Pond, great for kayacking and swimming.. just a few doors down. Natural Gas fireplace,, and wall unit ac..Has solid rental history too!
Open House
Saturday
January 11 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Open floor 1 level living, finished basement for over flow or entertainment room.. only 2 owners, present owners renovated & updated in 2009/10, private setting, quiet area, yet convenient to stores,boat landing, and restaurants.. perfect retirement home , or investment opportunity, solid rental history bookings for up coming summer season begins soon, so act fast!
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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 1/7/2020

Baking soda is something that most of us have in our homes. We use it for cooking, but have you ever thought that you can use it for cleaning as well? Baking soda is actually a fantastic thing to clean with. It deodorizes and is non-toxic, so itís safe for kids, pregnant women, and pets. Below, youíll find some of the household chores that you can complete using baking soda.


Scrub Down The oven


Since ovens can become really dirty, really fast, you need something that can take on the grease. Baking soda is great for this purpose. Make a paste using baking soda and water or vinegar. Let the paste sit in the oven for up to 24 hours. Then wipe the mixture down with a sponge or cloth. You can heat the oven after you do this initial cleaning to help you loosen any additional grease, grime, or food particles. Let the oven cool and wipe it down again. 


Keep Drains Clear


If you notice that your drains are a bit slow, you may want to avoid harsh chemicals and start with the baking soda right in your kitchen. Pour some baking soda into your drain. Then, run some warmed vinegar down the drain immediately afterwards. After you let that mixture go to work for about 10 minutes, you should flush the drain with boiling water. This wonít work on already clogged drains, but itís great for maintenance on your drains that may be a bit slow. 


Keep Your Fridge Fresh


Your fridge can become a breeding ground for germs, crumbs, and spills. All you need to clean the  refrigerator up is a simple solution made up of baking soda and dish soap. The soap will help to cut any grease that has built up in the appliance, and the baking soda acts as an abrasive to get the gunk up. Just create a paste and apply it in the refrigerator. Then wipe down the shelves with warm water and a sponge. You can even disinfect your sponge in the microwave after you do this. Just place the sponge in the microwave for 2 minutes and you have a sponge thatís like new! 


Freshen Your Washing Machine


Baking soda helps to deodorize things. To deodorize your washer, just pour half a cup of baking soda into the detergent dispenser of the washing machine. Run a cycle through with hot water. Your clothes will be cleaner than they have been in months! Make sure you do this to your washer about once per month to keep it smelling fresh and deter those funky odors from building up in your laundry room. The only thing that should be smelling funky in there are dirty socks!




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Posted by Coldwell Banker Murray Real Estate on 12/31/2019

Selling a house should be an enjoyable experience Ė not a stressful one. Yet problems may arise that cause a home seller's stress levels to rise. Fortunately, we're here to help you identify and alleviate home selling issues before they get out of hand.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you enjoy a worry-free house selling experience.

1. Learn About the Real Estate Market

Take a look at the prices of houses in your city or town. By doing so, you can see how your residence stacks up against comparable houses and determine how you should price your home.

Furthermore, evaluate the prices of recently sold houses in your area. This housing market data enables you to see how long it takes houses to sell and whether property sellers are receiving offers to purchase at or above their residences' initial asking prices. Then, you can find out whether you are preparing to enter a buyer's or seller's market and plan accordingly.

2. Identify Your House's Strengths and Weaknesses

Conduct a home inspection Ė you'll be glad you did. An inspection takes only a few hours to complete and enables a property expert to review your residence both inside and out. After the inspection is finished, you'll receive a report that highlights any underlying problems with your residence. You then can use this report to prioritize home repairs and transform property weaknesses into strengths.

It may be beneficial to remove clutter from inside your house and enhance your residence's curb appeal too. That way, you can make it easy for homebuyers to fall in love with your house whenever they view it.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a home selling professional who is happy to help you navigate the property selling journey. In fact, he or she will make it easy to minimize stress from the moment you list your house to the day you complete your home closing.

Usually, a real estate agent will learn about you and your home selling goals and craft a custom property selling strategy. A real estate agent next will set up home showings and open house events to promote your residence to prospective buyers. And if a buyer submits an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you decide whether to accept, reject or counter this proposal.

Let's not forget about a real estate agent's industry expertise, either. A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the house selling journey. And if you ever have concerns or questions about selling your home, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

The home selling journey may seem daunting at first. But ultimately, there is no need to stress as you prepare to list your house. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can boost the likelihood of a worry-free home selling experience.




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