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Posted by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain on 8/4/2017

Colonial with So much POTENTIAL! This Large 4 bedroom Colonial boasts a sun drenched living room, Office, dining room, half bath, kitchen with island peninsula and a enclosed back porch. All generous size rooms, beautiful upstairs full bath, huge master bedroom with a good sized closet. Nice flat back yard to garden, play or just relax and enjoy. This home has an updated electrical panel, newer oil tank and some freshly painted rooms. The walk-up attic, adds even more space. Bring your imagination... and with some work, this house can be an amazing home! Open House Sunday 12:00-1:30 PM.

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Posted by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain on 8/3/2017


3 Mill St, Shirley, MA 01464

Multi-Family

$329,900
Price

3
Units
3,294
Approx. GLA
INVESTORS TAKE NOTE: Money to be made! Remodeled is the nice 3 family home featuring; New floors, ceilings, walls, electric, newer kitchens, baths and heating systems, two first floor units, the third unit spans across the entire 2nd floor. Conveniently located in the heart of Shirley, near, stores and restaurants. The train station is down the street for a great commuter location! Each unit has a Laundry room with washer & Dryer hook ups. This property has been well maintained, and it's ready for it's next owner, call today. No showing until the Open House Sunday 12:00-1:30PM. Agents send your buyers.
Open House
Sunday
August 06 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Open House Sunday 12-1:30 - This 3 Family is move in ready! Investors Take Note, a beautiful 3 family in the heart of Shirley, great commuter location and more.
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Posted by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain on 8/3/2017


3 Mill St, Shirley, MA 01464

Multi-Family

$329,900
Price

3
Units
3,294
Approx. GLA
INVESTORS TAKE NOTE: Money to be made! Remodeled is the nice 3 family home featuring; New floors, ceilings, walls, electric, newer kitchens, baths and heating systems, two first floor units, the third unit spans across the entire 2nd floor. Conveniently located in the heart of Shirley, near, stores and restaurants. The train station is down the street for a great commuter location! Each unit has a Laundry room with washer & Dryer hook ups. This property has been well maintained, and it's ready for it's next owner, call today. No showing until the Open House Sunday 12:00-1:30PM. Agents send your buyers.
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No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain on 7/31/2017

This Condo in Gardner, MA recently sold for $102,897. This Townhouse style home was sold by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain - RE/MAX Property Promotions.


60 Olde Colonial Dr, Gardner, MA 01440

Condo

$99,900
Price
$102,897
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Very nicely maintained is this Beautiful 2 Bedroom Condo, boasting high end wood laminate flooring, new carpeting, new bathroom flooring and freshly painted throughout. The recently finished basement adds great extra space for a family room, play room, or what ever works best for you? The bright and Sunny living room over looks your New Deck, throw a burger on the BBQ, and sit back relax and enjoy the view. Great commuter location. Stop Renting and Buy a home for what your paying for rent! All appliances convey. Open House Thursday 5/11/2017 5:30-7:00PM. Hope to see you there...

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Posted by Nancy Whitehouse-Bain on 7/31/2017

You may not think much about your hot water heater. Unless of course, your hot water heater ends up breaking down. Hot water is so important in our homes, yet we take this resource for granted. Hot water does a lot in our homes from clean our laundry to disinfect our dishes to heat up our showers. We use it without thinking about it.  


If you neglect your hot water heater it can cause some costly damage to your home. Your basement could end up flooded. Pipes can burst. You can be without the use of hot water for days- even weeks- if you’re not vigilant about taking care of your hot water heater. 


Once water is gushing from the source, the best course of action is to simply shut the water off to your home. Before you even get to that point there are some tell tale signs of damage to your hot water heater that can be detected before major issues arise. First, if you notice any type of water around your hot water heater, you should get it checked out. Don’t look at it as “no big deal.” Any type of moisture or water stains around the water heater itself are a sure sign that something isn’t right with the unit.


As a homeowner, you should know just how old your hot water heater is. Usually, the installation date on the heater is noted somewhere along with the serial number. The typical hot water heater lasts about 9-11 years. If you live in an area with hard water, this number can vary.   



The Cleanup


Once the damage is done to your hot water heater you’ll likely have a large cleanup project on your hands. You’ll need to call water extraction services that will help dry out the area and clean up any baseboards that can become hazardous. Sometimes, these projects can get a bit bigger than you’d ever expect. After the water is pumped out, the cleanup has only just begun.  


Why Hot Water Heaters Fail


The minerals from water tend to build up (especially in the case of hard water) and cause the unit to rust out form the inside. While the inside of the tank contains glass, it does have metal pieces that can rust. You can replace certain parts of the hot water heater from time to time to keep it in good working order, the best prevention is to replace your water heater when the time is right. Don’t let the unit sit until way past its expiration date.


Being The Homeowner


As a homeowner, you probably wonder if something like a broken water heater were to happen if your insurance would cover the cost of the damage. The insurance will cover the cost of cleanup and repairs. The insurance will not cover the cost to replace the hot water heater or any labor costs. The only way the entire cost would be covered is if you have a home warranty. 


A simple thing that you can get to help alleviate major damage to your home from a hot water heater is to get an alarm. This little device is inexpensive and will alert you when any water hits near the areas of the alarm. This could save you a lot of costly damage and repairs. The most important thing that you can do in your home to prevent major damage from a hot water heater is to stay vigilant and keep on top of maintenance and replacement timelines.           





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