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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/10/2018


219 FLORENCE STREET, Leominster, MA 01453

Single-Family

$109,900
Price

6
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
THIS RANCH HOME OFFERS 2 BEDROOMS AND 1 BATH WITH 1176 SQFT ALL ON THE SAME LEVEL. SITUATED ON 0.23-ACRES LOT WITH A NICE BACK YARD FOR COOKOUTS AND SUMMER FUN FOR KIDS AND PETS IN A CONFORMING NEIGHBORHOOD. VERY EASY COMMUTER ACCESS AND TO ALL OF DOWNTOWN AMENITIES ** SOLD AS-IS ** SELLER WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES! ** CASH BUYERS OR REHAB LOAN ONLY ** SMOKE CERTIFICATE & FINAL WATER READING IS BUYERS/BUYER'S AGENT RESPONSIBILITY. BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING. // PLEASE NOTE: AN EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO DISCLOSE ALL KNOWN INFORMATION RELATIVE TO TAXES, UTILITIES, AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER, BUYER'S AGENT AND ATTORNEY PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER TO CONFIRM ALL CHARGES FOR TAXES, UTILITIES, AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. THIS PROPERTY MAY QUALIFY FOR SELLER FINANCING (VENDEE). PROPERTY WAS BUILT PRIOR TO 1978 AND LEAD BASED PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS.
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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/8/2018

There is no set amount that a homeowner should spend on a smart house device. In fact, depending on the smart gadgets you purchase, you may wind up spending only a few dollars, or hundreds, on these devices. But if you understand how to shop for smart home gadgets, you may be better equipped than other property owners to find high-quality and budget-friendly smart devices for your residence.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get the most out of your smart home device spending.

1. Choose Only the Smart Home Devices You Need

Although there are many smart home devices available, it is paramount to select only the ones you need for your house. That way, you can keep your smart home device spending in check. Plus, you can avoid the risk of buying smart home gadgets you ultimately won't need.

As you try to sort between smart device wants from needs, consider your day-to-day activities. For instance, if you require energy-efficient and economical lighting for your house, you may want to invest in smart light bulbs. Or, if you are concerned about security, a smart home security system may be an ideal investment.

2. Shop Online and at Brick-and-Mortar Retailers

Smart home devices are available both online and at brick-and-mortar stores. If you shop for smart house gadgets from a variety of retailers, you may find some that offer the optimal combination of affordability, convenience, and quality.

Don't hesitate to ask questions as you shop for smart home devices either. Remember, your goal as a homeowner is to find smart gadgets that can serve you well for an extended period of time. If you ask questions about smart home devices, you can gain the insights you need to make informed purchase decisions.

3. Consider Pre-Owned Smart Home Devices

Smart home device models are constantly evolving, and multiple generations of different gadgets may be available. Keep in mind, however, that an old smart home device model may suit you perfectly at a fraction of the cost of a new version.

Sometimes, you may find pre-owned smart home devices that work great and won't break your budget. If you search smart home device listings on Craigslist and other online marketplaces, for instance, you may find lots of terrific pre-owned smart house gadgets. If you browse these gadgets closely, you may discover a pre-owned smart home device that corresponds to your budget.

For those who want to buy a smart home device, it often helps to remain flexible, too. If you are open to shopping for smart house gadgets from a wide range of manufacturers, you may quickly find a smart home device that is both expertly constructed and affordable.

Ready to purchase one or more smart home devices? Take advantage of the tips above to shop for smart house gadgets, and find devices that fall in line with your finances.





Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 12/1/2018

In times of rising temperatures and growing concerns of climate change, many of us are looking for small ways we can make a difference in our everyday lives. What better place to start than your own home?

It can be overwhelming to plan drastic eco-friendly changes to your home. That’s why we’ve broken these tips down room-by-room so that you can make changes in just one area and then build from there. Starting small will help you see your environmentally-minded project through to the finish.

Read on for tips for each room of your home to make your life more eco-friendly.

Bedroom

We’ll start with a small and easy one: the bedroom. Odds are your bedroom isn’t hogging too much power or creating a lot of waste. However, there are a few small changes you can make that will help you save some money while helping out the environment.

If your bedroom tends to get chilly at night, try using insulating curtains to help keep the cool air from slipping in through the windows. Similarly, on hot days close the curtains at peak sunlight hours to keep the bedroom cool. This small change could save you from having to turn up the heat or air conditioner when you enter your room each night.

The next time you clean out your closet, bring your items to a local thrift store or charity drop-off. You can even ask for a receipt which will make your donation tax-deductible. This way your clothes can extend their lives and stay out of a landfill a bit longer, and you’ll be helping out someone who could use the clothing.

Kitchen

Kitchen appliances offer a lot of opportunity for energy and water waste. When shopping for appliances, seek out appliances that meet Energy Star standards.

When it comes to water, forego the plastic bottles and buy a glass or metal refillable water bottle. Tap filters can greatly improve the taste, and you might find after a few days that you don’t even notice the water tasting differently.

Consider composting kitchen scraps in a composting bin. You can later use this for fertilizing plants in your yard and garden. And, finally, be sure you’re recycling all of your empty food and beverage containers.

Living Room

Is your living room your entertainment center? If so, many of your devices, like cable boxes and streaming media devices, might continue running on “standby mode” wasting electricity. To prevent this, simply plug all of your devices into a power strip and turn it off at night.

Bathroom

Start by using refillable hand soap containers rather than buying a new one each time you run out. This will save you a lot of money in the long run and save you trips to the store as well.

If your hot water takes a long time to heat up and you find yourself running the tap often, consider installing a recirculating water pump in your bathroom.

House-wide improvements

To save on electricity throughout the house, make sure you’re using compact fluorescent bulbs and only keeping the lights on when you’re in the room.

When cleaning, try using non-toxic cleaners or making your own from solutions of water, vinegar, and citrus essentials. 





Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 11/27/2018


16 BURNS AVE, Millville, MA 01529

Single-Family

$159,000
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
THIS HOME OFFERS 3 BEDROOMS AND 1 BATH WITH 1070 SQFT. SITUATED ON 0.16-ACRES IN A CONFORMING NEIGHBORHOOD NICE FENCED IN BACK YARD FOR SUMMER FUN AND BARBECUES WITH PLENTY OF SPACE FOR KIDS AND PETS TO PLAY. ** SOLD AS-IS ** SELLER WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES! ** CASH BUYERS OR REHAB LOAN ONLY ** SMOKE CERTIFICATE, WELL WATER TEST & TITLE-5 ARE BUYERS /BUYER'S AGENT RESPONSIBILITY. BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING. // PLEASE NOTE: AN EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO DISCLOSE ALL KNOWN INFORMATION RELATIVE TO TAXES, UTILITIES, AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER, BUYER'S AGENT AND ATTORNEY PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER .PROPERTY WAS BUILT PRIOR TO 1978 AND LEAD BASED PAINT POTENTIALLY EXISTS."SELLER CHOICE OF SERVICES", "BRING ALL OFFERS", "SOLD AS-IS: SELLER WILL NOT MAKE ANY REPAIRS OR PAY FOR OR PROVIDE ANY REPORTS" AND "ALL OFFERS MUST BE WRITTEN ON STATE FORM ONLY"!
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Posted by All Capital Realty Team on 11/27/2018


7 CROWNSHIELD AVE, Uxbridge, MA 01569

Single-Family

$375,000
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
THIS YOUNG COLONIAL HOME OFFERS 4 BEDROOMS AND 3 BATH WITH 3054 SQFT. SITUATED ON 1-ACRES CORNER LOT IN A CONFORMING NEIGHBORHOOD. ** SOLD AS-IS ** SELLER WILL NOT REPLACE OR REPAIR ANY ISSUES! ** CASH BUYERS OR REHAB LOAN ONLY ** SMOKE CERTIFICATE & FINAL WATER READING IS BUYERS/BUYER'S AGENT RESPONSIBILITY. BUYER NEEDS TO PERFORM ALL DUE DILIGENCE AT BUYERS EXPENSE & TO VERIFY ALL LISTING. // PLEASE NOTE: AN EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO DISCLOSE ALL KNOWN INFORMATION RELATIVE TO TAXES, UTILITIES, AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BUYER, BUYER'S AGENT AND ATTORNEY PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER TO CONFIRM ALL CHARGES FOR TAXES, UTILITIES, AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS.
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