Posted by Pamela Crawford on 8/15/2019


425 Shrewsbury St, Holden, MA 01520

Single-Family

$379,237
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully updated oversized cape for sale in Holden. This lovely home features updated cabinet packed kitchen with granite counters , leading into formal dining room, spacious fireplaced living room, 1st floor bedroom and full bath. 2nd floor features office, large bedroom with plenty of closets, 2nd bedroom, 1/2 bath, balcony overlooking first floor and extremely large master bedroom with stunning full bath walk in 2 person shower and walkin closet. Over sized garage and flat usable yard complete this package.
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Beautifully updated oversized cape for sale in Holden. This lovely home features updated cabinet packed kitchen with granite counters , leading into formal dining room, spacious fireplaced living room, 1st floor bedroom and full bath. 2nd floor features office, large bedroom with plenty of closets, 2nd bedroom, 1/2 bath, balcony overlooking first floor and extremely large master bedroom with stunning full bath walk in 2 person shower and walkin closet. Over sized garage and flat usable yard c
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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 8/13/2019

This Single-Family in Sturbridge, MA recently sold for $310,000. This Cape style home was sold by Pamela Crawford - RE/MAX Professional Associates.


113 Brookfield Rd, Sturbridge, MA 01518

Single-Family

$310,000
Price
$310,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome home! This very well maintained 3 bedroom cape has it all. The first floor of this sunny cape has gorgeous hardwood and parquet floors. Enjoy the natural light in the living room, or the warmth of the wood stove in the family room. Laundry room is conveniently located on the first floor, complete with a utility sink for easy clean up. Full bathroom on each living floor. The kitchen boasts oak cabinetry with sliding doors leading to the deck that overlooks the spacious back yard and raised flower beds. Ample parking and with a 2 car garage!

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 8/13/2019

Spacious mobile home for sale in Sturbridge Retirement Co-Op a 55+ community.. This home features spacious open functional kitchen and large living room with vaulted ceilings, very spacious master bedroom with plenty of closets and a private master bath, 2nd very large bedroom with another 1/2 bath. Bonus enclosed 3 season sun room. Cute private back yard with shed. Pet friendly community with dogs up to 35 lbs. Monthly fee of 312 includes water, sewer, rubbish removal, standard basic cable, common area maintenance,

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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 8/13/2019


168 Willow Ave, Sturbridge, MA 01566

Mobile Home

$59,000
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious mobile home for sale in Sturbridge Retirement Co-Op a 55+ community.. This home features spacious open functional kitchen and large living room with vaulted ceilings, very spacious master bedroom with plenty of closets and a private master bath, 2nd very large bedroom with another 1/2 bath. Bonus enclosed 3 season sun room. Cute private back yard with shed. Pet friendly community with dogs up to 35 lbs. Monthly fee of 312 includes water, sewer, rubbish removal, standard basic cable, common area maintenance,
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Posted by Pamela Crawford on 8/11/2019

Personal financial in your twenties comes with a steep learning curve. One minute youíre studying for your finals and the next youíre expected to suddenly know about APR financing, 401(K)s, and fixed-rate mortgages.

If youíre in your twenties and are facing these new challenges, youíre probably equal parts terrified and excited for the future. And, although it can be anxiety-inducing to step into the world of personal finance, you have one tool to your advantage that your parents and grandparents didnít have: the internet.

So, in this article, weíre going to give you some tips about buying a home and managing your finances in your twenties.

Have an emergency fund

You probably have a lot of things you want to save for. Down payments on mortgages and auto loans, saving money for traveling, beginning your retirement funds, and maybe even starting a family; theyíre all important investments that will take time and financial planning to achieve.

However, one thing that many young people neglect when they first start saving is an emergency fund. There are any number of things that can throw a wrench in your plans in your twenties. You might lose a job and have to live off of savings while hunting for a new one. Maybe something goes wrong with your car and it costs hundreds to repair. Or, you could have unforeseen medical expenses that arenít covered by your insurance. Regardless of the reason, having an emergency fund will help you stay out of unnecessary debt.

Itís recommended to have at least 6 months of living expenses saved in your emergency fund. Once you have this amount saved, itís a good idea to keep it in a separate account to avoid spending it on things that arenít exactly an emergency.

Donít live above your means

We all know that buying a house, going to college, and even buying groceries are all exponentially more expensive than they used to be. However, itís still important to try to adjust your lifestyle to the things you can afford.

This includes the vehicle you drive, the first home you buy, and even smaller purchases you make.

Avoiding lifestyle creep

Related to our last point about living above your means, lifestyle creep is the phenomenon that occurs when you get a raise or a higher paying job: the more we make, the more we spend. However, itís possible to avoid this trend by keeping your finances in check.

The next time you get a raise, make sure that money is put to use in either your retirement fund or savings account. This method is based on the goal of ďgiving every dollar a job.Ē When every dollar you earn has a purpose, youíre less likely to spend it on new video game consoles every six months.