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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 4/10/2021

This Multi-Family in Worcester, MA recently sold for $300,000. This style home was sold by All Capital Realty Team - ALL CAPITAL REALTY, LLC.


35 ELLIOT STREET, Worcester, MA 01605

Multi-Family

$300,000
Price
$300,000
Sale Price

2
Units
1,927
Approx. GLA
** OPEN HOUSE ON SATURDAY 6TH BETWEEN 11 am TO 1 pm ** IF YOU’RE AN OWNER OCCUPANT OR INVESTOR THIS 2-FAMILY UNIT MIGHT BE THE ONE FOR YOU. LIVE ON THE SECOND FLOOR UNIT AND KEEP RENTING OUT THE 1ST FLOOR TO HELP PAY THE MORTGAGE. SEPARATE UTILITIES, TENANTS PAY THEIR OWN GAS AND ELECTRIC. FENCED IN BACK YARD. PLENTY OF OFF-STREET PARKING. THIS TWO FAMILY IS PRICED FOR A QUICK SALE. THERE ARE TWO GOOD SIZE APARTMENTS EACH WITH THREE BEDROOMS. THE BASEMENT HAS COIN-OP- WASHER AND DRYERS FOR THE UNITS. RECENT ROOF, ELECTRICAL WITH SOLAR AND RECENT GAS HEATING SYSTEM. LOCATED IN A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD. WALKING DISTANCE TO U-MASS MEMORIAL AND EASY ACCESS TO ALL MAJOR ROUTES. ALL SHOWINGS ARE SUBJECT TO STATE’S COVID-19 ORDERS, RECOMMENDATIONS, GUIDANCE, ALL CDC AND LOCAL HEALTH MANDATES REGARDING LISTING SHOWINGS BUYERS AND BUYERS’ AGENTS WILL BE ASKED TO WEAR MASKS DURING ANY SHOWINGS.

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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 4/10/2021

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Rustic décor style has been around and around some more. Today homeowners and designers alike still love this style, but it has evolved to meet some of their more modern design preferences. What is rustic décor? It’s a design style that focuses on natural fibers and textures with a heavy emphasis on wood.

Rustic styles can gravitate toward southwestern, country cabin or beachy, nautical décor depending on the color, tones and woods used. In the past rustic style has been marked by heavy furniture with large and oversized sofas and chairs, but today’s home seeks a sleeker and chicer version of this style. So, how do you accomplish rustic chic?

Woods

Instead of heavy wood pieces implement wood in other areas so you can keep the furniture décor light. Add wood beams to the ceiling or rustic paneling to the walls. Design a beautiful wooden mantle. Use a weathered gray wood for flooring, or even a charred finish. If you want a large wooden furniture piece, opt for a dining or coffee table made from one large slab. Another great place for wood is in the kitchen. You can pair a rustic kitchen island with sleek white walls and cabinets or go for the opposite and have a sleek island with rustic cabinets.

Textures / Fabrics

Using textures to soften the hard woods in your rustic décor is a subtle way to steer the design toward sleek instead of clunky cavern. Instead of the old rustic trends with big sofas and chairs sporting heavy rounded arms, try modern minimalist sofas in light colors and fabrics like grey canvas or linen. Add in more rustic vibes by selecting wooden accent furniture with leather upholstery. Keep window treatments lightweight and sheer as well, and stick with natural fiber rugs with little to no pattern.

Accessories

The best way to keep your rustic décor chic is by implementing small accessories and art. Evoke a rustic country or beachy vibe without overdoing it on the cheesy clunky items. Stick with small pieces you can add to the mantle or bookshelf, throw pillows and blankets and items with functionality like crates, trunks and bar carts. 

As with any chic décor look, the key thing to always remember is that less is more. Determine what direction you want to lean with your rustic décor and then implement the style with pairings that keep your home light, clean and inviting.




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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 4/3/2021

THIS HOME IS CAPE STYLE HOME SITUATED IN AN ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD // 4 BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS, 2122 SQFT OF LIVING SPACE AND AN IN-GROUND POOL WITH NICE YARD FOR KIDS OR PETS. // ALL SHOWINGS ARE SUBJECT TO THE STATE’S COVID-19 ORDERS. THIS IS A HUD PROPERTY. SOLD AS-IS. HUD WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES. SMOKE CERTIFICATE & FINAL WATER READING ARE BUYERS/BUYERS AGENT RESPONSIBILITY. IT'S RECOMMENDED THE BUYER OR BUYER'S LAWYER / AGENT PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER // LISTED AS “IE” INSURED W/ESCROW REPAIRS. ELIGIBLE FOR FHA 203K. FINANCIAL TERMS: CASH, CONVENTIONAL, FHA. HUD CASE # 251-373443. SEE ATTACHED DISCLOSURES. ELIGIBLE BIDDERS: OWNER OCCUPANTS, NONPROFITS & GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ONLY, FROM 4/2/21 BIDS DUE BY 4/11/21 BY 11:59 PM CST THEN DAILY UNTIL SOLD. LEAD PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS.. SEE ATTACHED DISCLOSURES W/ LBP ADDENDUM ATTACHED TO MLS. SELLER PREFERS HUD HOMES SOLD BY ELECTRONIC BID ONLY.

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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 4/3/2021


24 WOODS AVENUE, Worcester, MA 01606

Single-Family

$344,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
THIS HOME IS CAPE STYLE HOME SITUATED IN AN ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD // 4 BEDROOMS, 2 FULL BATHS, 2122 SQFT OF LIVING SPACE AND AN IN-GROUND POOL WITH NICE YARD FOR KIDS OR PETS. // ALL SHOWINGS ARE SUBJECT TO THE STATE'S COVID-19 ORDERS. THIS IS A HUD PROPERTY. SOLD AS-IS. HUD WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES. SMOKE CERTIFICATE & FINAL WATER READING ARE BUYERS/BUYERS AGENT RESPONSIBILITY. IT'S RECOMMENDED THE BUYER OR BUYER'S LAWYER / AGENT PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER // LISTED AS "IE" INSURED W/ESCROW REPAIRS. ELIGIBLE FOR FHA 203K. FINANCIAL TERMS: CASH, CONVENTIONAL, FHA. HUD CASE # 251-373443. SEE ATTACHED DISCLOSURES. ELIGIBLE BIDDERS: OWNER OCCUPANTS, NONPROFITS & GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ONLY, FROM 4/2/21 BIDS DUE BY 4/11/21 BY 11:59 PM CST THEN DAILY UNTIL SOLD. LEAD PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS.. SEE ATTACHED DISCLOSURES W/ LBP ADDENDUM ATTACHED TO MLS. SELLER PREFERS HUD HOMES SOLD BY ELECTRONIC BID ONLY.
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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 4/3/2021

Selling your home can be scary, particularly for those who are listing a residence for the first time. Fortunately, we're here to help you face your home selling fears so you can overcome them before you add your property to the real estate market.

Now, let's take a look at three common home selling fears, along with some of the ways that you can put these concerns to rest.

1. I won't be able to get the best price for my home.

Getting the best price for a house is the number one concern for most home sellers, and for good reason. Lucky for you, there are several quick, easy ways to ensure you can maximize the value of your residence.

First, check out the housing market and see how your house stacks up against similar residences that are available. This will enable you to collect valuable housing market data that can help you price your house accordingly.

Don't forget to complete a home appraisal too. A property appraiser will allocate the necessary time and resources to analyze your house's interior and exterior. Then, he or she will provide a report that outlines your home's strengths and weaknesses so you can better understand the true value of your residence.

2. My home will stay on the real estate market for years to come.

Let's face it – a home seller likely wants his or her residence to sell as soon as it hits the real estate market. Sometimes, a house can linger on the real estate market for an extended period of time. And when this happens, it is easy to question whether a homebuyer will ever submit an offer on a residence.

As a home seller, it is important to ensure your house makes a positive first impression on homebuyers.

Spend some time mowing the front lawn, clearing dirt and debris from walkways and performing assorted home exterior improvements. This will enable you to boost your house's curb appeal instantly.

Also, declutter your home's interior as much as possible. By doing so, you can make it simple for homebuyers to envision what life would be like if they decide to purchase your residence.

3. When the time comes, I won't be able to relocate to a new home.

After you sell your residence, you'll need to move to a new address. The relocation process often can be difficult, especially if you have lived in a particular house for many years.

A real estate agent can help you prepare for the relocation process. This housing market professional understands all aspects of the home selling cycle, and as such, will be happy to offer expert assistance at all times.

Although selling a home may seem challenging, an informed home seller will understand what it takes to get the best results possible. And if you address your home selling fears now, you should have no trouble optimizing the value of your house and accelerating the home selling process.







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