Mark Maraglia
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Posted by Mark Maraglia on 6/21/2018

AMAZING BROCKTON 3 FAMILY with 14 ROOMS, 8 BEDROOMS, & 3 BATHS. IDEAL for a Large or Extended Family. PERFECT FOR AN OWNER OCCUPANT! The 1st Floor has been completely Renovated and is in MINT-MOVE-IN-CONDITION. Featuring a LARGE Eat-In-Kitchen with Newer Cabinets & Appliances, A Tiled Bathroom, Hardwood Floors, Crown Molding, High Ceilings, & Plenty of Closet Space. The house also features, A Newer Roof, Newer Vinyl Replacement Windows, Delead Certificates,and a Full Basement for Additional Storage. Close To Schools, Shopping, Restaurants, Walmart, the Tee Station, & the Highway. Our First Showing will be at our Open House Weekend on Saturday June 23rd from 1PM until 3PM & Sunday June 24th from 11AM until 1PM. CIRCLE YOUR CALENDAR, ITS PRICED TO SELL!

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Posted by Mark Maraglia on 6/21/2018

You may think that building a fence on your property will be a great idea. Whether you have a dog and want them to be able to roam free in the yard, or are just looking to get some more privacy, there’s things you should have in place before you build a fence. 


Have An Idea Of What You Want


Once you know why you want to install the fence, you can decide what type of fence you’ll need. Do you want a basic chain link fence? Are there regulations on what type of fence you need to put up around your pool? Does your HOA require that you check with them before you install a fence? You’ll need to answer these questions and fill your own desires in order to get the type of fence that you want. 


Decide On What Material You Need


The material you buy for your fence will decide what kind of maintenance that you’ll have to do in the future. Wooden fences, for example, may need to be stained or painted from time to time. The wood can also warp over time due to rotting. Other materials that you may use for a fence include aluminum, steel, wrought iron and bamboo. Each of these materials has pros and cons including the amount of rusting, and the need for replacement and repairing. 


You Can Mix Fencing Materials


To save money, you can mix your fencing materials up a bit. In the front, you could do a picket fence that’s connected to a chain link fence in the back. Mixing the right fencing materials can look good and work with your finances.  


A Little Research Goes A Long Way


You can talk to people you know in order to find out what’s the best course of action in putting up a fence. Sometimes, even building codes can inhibit what type of fence you’re able to put up. Your friends and neighbors may also have some great advice for you as to what type of fence will be good for your property and needs. 


Use Planted Materials


If putting up a fence seems like a daunting process, you may want to try using bushes and other greenery to make borders on your property. 


Check With Your Neighbors


Be a good neighbor and let them know your plans to put up a fence. Nothing is worse than having a neighborly feud over a few inches of property line or the blocking of a view. You may even be able to go in on building a fence with your neighbor, just make sure that you have an agreement in writing.






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Posted by Mark Maraglia on 6/18/2018

BROCKTON COZY CAPE STYLE HOME filled with CHARM & CHARACTER=featuring A RENOVATED KITCHEN & BATH, HARDWOOD FLOORING, RECESSED LIGHTING, A FIRST FLOOR MASTER BEDROOM, & A DECK OVERSEEING YOUR PRIVATE FENCED IN YARD SET BACK OFF THE STREET. THIS BEAUTIFUL 6RM, 3BEDRM, 1 BATH HOME IS WARM & INVITING with QUALITY UPGRADES THROUGHOUT, PLENTY OF CLOSET SPACE, PEACE & QUIET, WELL MAINTAINED & ENERGY EFFICIENT! GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. CALL TODAY BEFORE IT IS GONE!

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Posted by Mark Maraglia on 6/14/2018

The ultimate goal of a home search is to find a residence that matches or exceeds your expectations. To enjoy a rewarding homebuying experience, you need to prepare accordingly.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you reap the benefits of a successful homebuying experience.

1. Narrow Your House Search

Think about where you want to live. By doing so, you can refine your home search and look for houses in your preferred cities and towns.

Also, creating a list of homebuying criteria usually is a good idea. This list can include home must-haves and wants, and ultimately, will help you further narrow your house search.

2. Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage

Purchasing a house can be simple, particularly for those who get pre-approved for a mortgage. With a mortgage in hand, you can enter the real estate market with a budget. Then, you can pursue houses that fall within your price range and speed up your search for your dream home.

To get pre-approved for a mortgage, it is important to review all of the mortgage options at your disposal. Meet with banks and credit unions and discuss various mortgage options. This will allow you to learn about the differences between adjustable- and fixed-rate mortgages and find a mortgage that corresponds to your finances.

In addition, don't hesitate to ask mortgage questions when you meet with banks and credit unions. Lenders employ friendly, knowledgeable mortgage specialists, and these professionals will do everything possible to help you make an informed mortgage decision.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A rewarding homebuying experience may be tough to achieve if you decide to pursue a house on your own. Thankfully, real estate agents are available who can provide plenty of guidance along the homebuying journey and ensure you can accomplish your desired results.

If you work with a real estate agent, you can take the guesswork out of purchasing a house. First, a real estate agent will meet with you and learn about you and your homebuying goals. This housing market professional then will craft a homebuying strategy to help you achieve the best-possible results as quickly as possible.

In addition, a real estate agent will keep you up to date about open house events, set up home showings and help you analyze the housing market. If you discover your dream house, a real estate agent will help you put together a competitive offer to purchase this home. Plus, if you have concerns or questions at any point during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent can respond to them.

When it comes to simplifying the homebuying experience, hiring a real estate agent is essential. Because if you have a top-notch real estate agent at your side, you can get the help you need to seamlessly navigate the homebuying journey.

Ready to find your dream house? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can enjoy a rewarding homebuying experience.




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Posted by Mark Maraglia on 6/12/2018

 



    

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