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Setting Your Home Up for Daytime Sleeping
Posted on 08/18/2019
Setting Your Home Up for Daytime Sleeping
In today’s world, a more significant number of people work non-standard schedules. These new schedules can be anything from weekends and early mornings to completely nocturnal. Most alternative lifestyles are easy to plan for and work well with standard home designs, but overnight living requires some extra design work and planning. This article contains some tips to make...
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Wow Your Guests With These Design Tips
Posted on 08/11/2019
Wow Your Guests With These Design Tips
To impress guests, your décor needs to be outside the box in a tasteful way. If you’re tired of getting the same polite applause and want to drop your visitors’ jaws (metaphorically), conventional patterns and colors won’t do. Read on if you’re a little short on ideas and need something to reawaken the creative you. Hang eye-catching pendant...
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Which Mortgage is Best for You?
Posted on 08/04/2019
Which Mortgage is Best for You?
People focus mostly on the interest rate when looking for the best mortgage. Other than the interest rate, there are some other variables to consider when looking for a mortgage that is ideal for you. One of the variables that you should consider is the length of the mortgage agreement. There are various options available, so you need...
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Another Property Sold - 2327 Cranberry Hwy, Wareham, MA 02576
Posted on 07/30/2019
Another Property Sold - 2327 Cranberry Hwy, Wareham, MA 02576
Motivated Seller! Need storage? This house has it all. 1500 sq. ft. (50' x 30') Morton Building with 3 doors.( 2- 10ft x 10ft. & 1 -12 ft x 10 ft doors), with loft. Have a boat to store? Or what about trucks, farm machinery, cars, small RV, etc. GRAND colonial with large country kitchen with back staircase. First floor laundry. 3 other rooms on first floor. One has an exit to outside possibly for an in-home office. Buyer check with zoning board for types of businesses allowed. Newer windows and many entrances to wrap around porch. Sit in your rocker on a cool summer's eve. Roof is in good condition verified by a roofer. Refinished...
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Schools, Schools, Schools
Posted on 07/28/2019
Schools, Schools, Schools
You know your child(ren) more than anyone when it comes to how they learn and the environment that works best for them. So, when it comes to your choosing a new school in a specific district, knowing what will and will not work for your student is essential. Your student’s needs Some questions to ask are:; What kind...
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124 Main St,Fl 2 #G, Carver, MA 02330 now has a new price of $800!
Posted on 07/24/2019
124 Main St,Fl 2 #G, Carver, MA 02330 now has a new price of $800!
End Unit in Carver Square retail/office unit located in Building 1 on the 2nd Floor with 1014 sq. ft. on Route 58 in Carver Center with 2 offices and 1 large area that could be with offices.Convenient to Routes 495, 44, and Route 3. Located in a busy building on the front and back with heavy daily traffic including a bank, insurance office, accountant and other offices. Complex includes attorney's office, post office, liquor store, bakery, restaurant , game store and others. Unit is air conditioned with gas heat .New furnace installed recently. First and last required. There are some pieces of furniture that can stay if wanted. ...
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124 Main St #2GG, Fl 2, Carver, MA 02330 now has a new price of $1,100!
Posted on 07/24/2019
124 Main St #2GG, Fl 2, Carver, MA 02330 now has a new price of $1,100!
End unit in Carver Square retail/office located in Building 2 on the 2nd Floor with 1560 sq. ft. on Route 58 in Carver Center with 5 offices and 1 large area plus reception and waiting areas. Convenient to Routes 495, 44, and 3. Located in a busy building with heavy daily traffic including a breakfast/lunch restaurant, bakery, law office, food pantry and photography studio. Remainder of complex houses the Post Office,barber shop/hair salon, liquor store, bank, insurance office, accountant, and consignment store and others. Unit is air conditioned and gas heated. First and last required. Available April...
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7 Ways to Care for Your Garden
Posted on 07/21/2019
7 Ways to Care for Your Garden
Gardens can be quite difficult to maintain sometime with so many things that can go wrong. The weather is a primary factor; there will be slugs when it's wet, greenfly when it's dry, frost damage when it's cold and red spider mite when it's hot. So, both expert and novice gardeners can expect problems. The big difference is...
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Enhance Your Home's Street Cred With These Easy Tips
Posted on 07/14/2019
Enhance Your Home's Street Cred With These Easy Tips
The exterior of your home makes its first impression. It gives outsiders an idea of what is inside. If you are looking to sell your house or you just want your home to look more attractive, then there are many ways that you can make your home look more beautiful without spending too much money. Flowers and greens...
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What to Avoid with Building and Pest Inspections
Posted on 07/07/2019
What to Avoid with Building and Pest Inspections
Investing in a property is a massive step for anyone. This property will be of great benefits as it can serve a business place or where you will live with your loved ones. Regardless of your reason for buying a property, it has to be smart and careful. Also, some experts can help you look for a suitable...
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Rub-A-Dub Tub
Posted on 06/30/2019
Rub-A-Dub Tub
Many hours of childhood enjoyment happen in the tub. You may have had bubbles, toys, finger paints or even color changing fizz tablets. Trying to recapture the bliss of those memories in a less than accommodating tub can leave you very disappointed. When looking at bathroom spaces think about what you desire your tub to possess. There are...
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Combating Germs in Your Home
Posted on 06/23/2019
Combating Germs in Your Home
Regardless of how clean your home looks, and how often you use the disinfectant wipe, those sneaky little germs still hide in your home. Of course, some surfaces always have germs simply because multiple people handle them throughout the day. These include faucets, outlets, and switch-plate covers, doorknobs and stair railings. You know to wipe these down, especially...
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