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This Condo in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $225,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by - Jack Walker Realtor.


89 East Hartford Ave, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Condo

$249,900
Price
$225,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained three bedroom townhouse with 1.5 baths. Spacious rooms and open floor plan on first floor. Lots of updates within the past year: Five mini-split heating and AC units installed; the deck, slider, and most windows have been replaced; a new dishwasher and stove have been installed; and the interior has been freshly painted and all new laminate flooring has been installed. Unit is absolutely move in ready! If you need three bedrooms but don't want the exterior maintenance with a house, this condo is for you! Pet friendly with some restrictions. Conveniently located near Routes 122, 16, and 146 with easy access to Worcester, Providence, and the MA Pike.

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Proper hydration on moving day is paramount. Because without the proper hydration, your moving day team risks wearing down quickly. Perhaps even worse, moving day team members may feel exhausted as they lift large, heavy items – something that may prove to be disastrous.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to guarantee that your entire moving day team stays hydrated – here are three tips that you need to know.

1. Pick Up Lots of Beverages

Learn about your moving day team and the drinks they like – you'll be glad you did. If you learn your moving day team's drink preferences, you can pick up beverages that you'll know they'll enjoy on moving day.

When in doubt, it pays to purchase lots of water and sports drinks. These beverages help cleanse the body and will allow your moving team to maintain its energy levels throughout the day.

If possible, you may want to avoid purchasing caffeinated beverages as well. Caffeinated beverages may actually cause an individual to become dehydrated over time. Thus, you may want to provide only a limited amount of caffeinated beverages on moving day.

2. Store Your Drinks in a Cooler That Is Easy to Access

If your refrigerator has already been moved out of your house, there is no need to worry. Purchase a water cooler and lots of ice, and you can provide your moving team with cool, refreshing beverages at any time.

Keep this cooler in a central location and tell your moving team members exactly where they can find it. That way, if a moving team member starts to feel sluggish, he or she can stop, grab a drink and immediately start to revitalize the body.

3. Plan Plenty of Breaks

On moving day, give your moving team plenty of opportunities to stay hydrated. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of dropped items, injuries and other moving day problems.

Schedule at least one break per hour, with the break lasting a minimum of 10 minutes. Also, after a few hours, you may want to provide your moving team with an extended lunch break that gives all team members a chance to stop and grab a bite to eat.

If you need additional assistance planning for moving day, you may want to contact a professional moving company as well. This business hires courteous, professionally training moving specialists who will make it simple for you to take all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Lastly, a real estate agent may help you find the best moving companies in your area. This housing market professional can help you buy or sell a residence, as well as put you in touch with the top moving companies in any city or town, at any time.

Ready to transform an ordinary moving day into a successful one? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can guarantee that your entire team can stay hydrated as your moving day progresses.


Many home buyers approach house hunting from the same angle as an employer searching for the ideal job candidate. It's almost like they have a split personality. On one hand, they're hoping that each prospect will be the one they ultimately choose. On the other hand, they're also looking for flaws and weaknesses -- reasons not to choose the house (or the job candidate) they're considering.

The solution to that dilemma for home sellers is simple... but not necessarily easy! Follow the advice of songwriter Johnny Mercer, who penned the lyrics to the 1944 hit song "Accentuate the Positive" (eliminate the negative)! Presenting your home in its best light to potential buyers not only helps attract more offers, but it also increases your chances of receiving your asking price -- assuming it's based on hard facts, such as recent sales data of other comparable homes in the neighborhood.

Getting It Right The First Time

An experienced real estate agent can be immensely helpful in determining a realistic listing price that will reflect your home's fair market value without being too high. (The last thing you want is for the price to scare away qualified prospects!) Although it's not an exact science, there is a methodology that helps make sure the listing price is reasonable and in the right ball park.

There are several challenges that homeowners face in staging their home for quick sale and determining the best price for all parties involved. In addition to the potential pitfall of allowing one's emotions to inflate a home's asking price, it's also difficult for the owner to view their home through the eyes of potential buyers. That's why professional advice can often make the difference between success and failure in real estate sales.

Being able to identify cost-effective ways to enhance the curb appeal and overall marketability of a house for sale can be difficult for someone who doesn't do it on a daily basis. A real estate professional with a trained eye can zero in on necessary changes, repairs, and cosmetic improvements that can accentuate the positive and eliminate -- or at least, downplay -- the negative!

If it's been a few years since your house or rooms have received a fresh coat of paint, then that might be one of the first improvements a real estate agent or home staging consultant recommends. To "cast as wide of a net" as possible, neutral paint colors typically have the broadest appeal to prospective home buyers. Fresh flowers -- both in hanging baskets and vases -- are an inexpensive way to add some color and appealing touches to the look and feel of your home. Doing your best to get rid of clutter, weeds, and objectionable odors in and around your home are other basic steps you can take to make a positive impression on potential buyers.


This Single-Family in Uxbridge, MA recently sold for $359,990. This Ranch style home was sold by - Jack Walker Realtor.


9 Hyde Park Circle, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$349,990
Price
$359,990
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Under construction now for fall delivery! This popular Ranch model w/open concept kitchen/living room/dining room in one huge open area. Separate den for TV or reading, beautiful kitchen with plenty of storage, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. Good sized master suite with full bath and walk-in closet. laundry room, 2nd and 3rd bedrooms, full bath on hallway, and laundry room. Completes with 2 car garage, large full basement, and covered front porch, this home is a tremendous value and very popular- especially with downsizing buyers! Come see why!

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This Land in Northbridge, MA recently sold for $100,000. This style home was sold by - Jack Walker Realtor.


Lot 4 Goldthwaite Rd, Northbridge, MA 01588

Land

$120,000
Price
$100,000
Sale Price

0.46
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Gorgeous half acre lot in terrific location. Town water available in street in front of lot. Town sewer being brought in by easement from Walker Street at rear of lot (sewer easement plan attached to listing).

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