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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/20/2020

Excellent Opportunity in a highly desirable location! Two large units, both with spacious rooms, three bedrooms in each unit, and plenty of living space! Unit one offers living/dining area, three bedrooms all with closets, pantry, kitchen, full bath and back deck over looking a private back yard. Unit Two has a spacious layout, 3 bedrooms, living/dining room, kitchen w/pantry, bath with stand up shower, a sun room on the front and private deck off the back! Separate utilities! Great property for owner occupants or investors. Conveniently located on a quiet side street close to J.H.G Elementary School, several area amenities and walking distance to public transportation! Unit 1 is now vacant! Unit 2 will be delivered vacant! Showings begin immediately! All offers if any are due by Sunday at 6 PM!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/20/2020


27 Lothrop St, Stoughton, MA 02072

Multi-Family

$439,900
Price

2
Units
2,100
Approx. GLA
Excellent Opportunity in a highly desirable location! Two large units, both with spacious rooms, three bedrooms in each unit, and plenty of living space! Unit one offers living/dining area, three bedrooms all with closets, pantry, kitchen, full bath and back deck over looking a private back yard. Unit Two has a spacious layout, 3 bedrooms, living/dining room, kitchen w/pantry, bath with stand up shower, a sun room on the front and private deck off the back! Separate utilities! Great property for owner occupants or investors. Conveniently located on a quiet side street close to J.H.G Elementary School, several area amenities and walking distance to public transportation! Unit 1 is now vacant! Unit 2 will be delivered vacant! Showings begin immediately! All offers if any are due by Sunday at 6 PM!
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No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/18/2020

It’s never too early or too late to start encouraging your children to explore new things and learn new skills. Children will spend most of their time at home, playing with various toys, and learning from their families.

 One way we can encourage kids to learn is to create a positive learning environment within our homes.

 Doing so doesn’t have to be an expensive or time-consuming project. There are many ways you can integrate fun learning experiences into your child’s daily life at home.

 In this article, we’re going to cover some of the cheap and simple ways to create a positive learning environment right at home so that you can build upon what they have learned (or what they will be learning soon) at school.

 Reading

It may come as no surprise that kids who read frequently are statistically more likely to excel at school. However, that doesn’t mean you just need to sit them down with a copy of Hamlet and wait for their Ivy League acceptance letter.

Reading can be an important way to learn and bond together with their child. The best way to encourage them to read is to read together the books that you’ll both enjoy.

Slowly building a home library or bookshelf is a fun way to visualize your hard work and all of the books you’ve read together. The best part is that you kind find countless used children's books for less than a dollar at your local thrift store.

Let your child take the lead

Creativity is something that is fostered and taught. Children are lucky to have active imaginations that let them make up games and stories on their own. However, you can help steer that creativity into fun projects at home that will produce something they can be proud of.

A good way to do this is to let your children direct you in the direction of their interests. If they ask you, “Can I try?” while you’re mixing cake batter, you’d often be surprised at how capable they are. Getting them involved doesn’t have to mean spending hundreds on a chemistry set that will be used just once--find ways they can help with projects that exist already around your house.

Be a mentor

Parenting is full-time work. It can be hard to find time to spend learning with children after a full day of work and cooking dinner, and it’s tempting to spend the rest of the night binge-watching Netflix shows. However, it’s possible to relax while still setting a good example for your child.

Watching science shows or nature documentaries together can help you both learn something new. Making trips to museums or growing a garden together on the weekends are other ways you can learn new things and skills and have fun with your children at the same time.

When it comes to food, eating healthy, home-cooked meals and nutritious snacks can be a way for both of you to improve your health and learn the benefits of nutrition.




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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/16/2020

This Single-Family in Attleboro, MA recently sold for $303,000. This Farmhouse style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


18 Tyler St, Attleboro, MA 02703

Single-Family

$299,999
Price
$303,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Conveniently located in a desirable neighborhood on a quaint, tree lined street, this attractive home is waiting for your interior personal updates and cosmetic touches. It features 3 bedrooms plus a 4th bonus room/office that could also serve as a small bedroom or nursery, all on the second level. Hardwood floors are in all bedrooms and under the carpets in the living room, dining room, and front hallway. Meticulous landscaping includes healthy trees, shrubs, and a brand new driveway. The basement area features a roughed-in bathroom, sink, and washer/dryer area. A one-car, detached garage also includes a large, attached storage space ideal for yard equipment and other large items. Please note that the acreage for the property includes lots 56 and 57 only (see attached maps). Lots 76 and 77 are being sold separately. Please contact the listing broker for showing instructions.

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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Chad Goldstein on 5/11/2020

Believe it or not, even a first-time homebuyer can become a property buying expert. If you plan ahead for the homebuying journey, you can quickly and easily navigate the path from homebuyer to homeowner.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you master the homebuying journey.

1. Create Homebuying Criteria

If you know you want to buy a home in the foreseeable future, it generally is a good idea to create property buying criteria. That way, you'll know what you want to find in your dream residence and can map out your home search accordingly.

For instance, if you prefer big city life, you may want to hone your house search to a select group of cities. On the other hand, if you want to own a house that offers a large backyard and an in-ground swimming pool, you may want to search for homes that fall in line with your expectations.

2. Get Home Financing

As a homebuyer, you likely will need to secure a mortgage so you can acquire your dream residence. Fortunately, there is no shortage of banks and credit unions across the United States that are happy to help you obtain home financing.

Take a look at the mortgage options available from a variety of banks and credit unions – you'll be happy you did. By conducting an in-depth evaluation of your home financing options, you can make an informed mortgage selection.

Of course, home financing can be complicated. And if you have any concerns or questions, don't hesitate to ask a bank or credit union for assistance. Banks and credit unions employ friendly, knowledgeable home financing specialists, and these professionals can provide mortgage insights you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure how you'll navigate the homebuying journey, there is no need to worry. Dozens of real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market professionals can offer comprehensive homebuying insights.

For those who want to master the homebuying journey, it often is beneficial to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional can teach you about different aspects of the homebuying journey. Plus, he or she is ready to provide homebuying recommendations and suggestions as you search for your ideal residence.

In addition, a real estate agent offers extensive assistance at each stage of the homebuying journey. From the moment you start your home search to the moment you finalize your home purchase agreement, a real estate agent is available to help. Best of all, a real estate agent will help you alleviate stress as you consider houses and ensure you can make the best-possible home purchase decision.

As you get set to enter the real estate market, you should strive to become a homebuying expert. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can master the homebuying journey and discover and buy your dream residence in no time at all.




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