Posted by Kim Thomas on 6/11/2021

This Single-Family in Lakeville, MA recently sold for $650,000. This Garrison,Contemporary,Multi-Level,Other style home was sold by Kim Thomas - Realty One Group, LLC.

61 Montgomery Street, Lakeville, MA 02347


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Full/Half Baths
Modern convenience meets suburban serenity in this sun-filled home. Entering through the front door, you are welcomed by an open living/dining room combo and newly custom designed chef's kitchen w/ gas cooking, stainless appliances & breakfast island which overlooks the private backyard & newly remodeled family room w/custom stone fireplace (gas). Adjacent to the kitchen is the living area w/views of the in-ground pool & amazing stone patio w/firepit. Step onto the 38' composite deck thru glass doors from the alluring 4 season sunroom! Upstairs you will find a spacious master bedroom suite w/custom walk-in closet & a refreshing new master bath w/soaking tub & gorgeous tiled shower. An additional guest bedroom w/bath neighbor the master. There's custom doors, moldings & columns throughout and it's equipped w/Sonos surround sound inside & out, Ring, and Simply Safe alarm system! The 1st floor level of the home offers an unfinished bath & separate bedroom w/closet. Convenient location.

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Posted by Kim Thomas on 6/8/2021

123 Nelsons Grove Road, Lakeville, MA 02347



Elevated, Protected & Private! Less than a one-hour commute to Boston & Providence (close to commuter rail), you'll find respite at this peaceful waterfront home in the private enclave of Historic Stony Point which abuts Betty's Neck preservation. The views are everything you hoped for, capturing sunrise to sunset, overlooking the idyllic Lake Assawompset . Just under 2,000 sf, this craftsman style cottage (completely re-built in 2021) is truly a character home that welcomes you with unobstructed 180 degree water views from virtually every room. Sitting high on a knoll, enjoy the outdoors on your private direct waterfront lot from your special spot on the sunny wrap-around mahogany deck or the 2nd floor balcony. Features include a stone & cement breakwater barrier with its own unique slipway or landing projection, gourmet kitchen w/wet bar & island, reclaimed VT hdwd floors, optional 1st floor master & laundry, custom built-ins & high-end features!
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Posted by Kim Thomas on 6/8/2021

Older windows can end up costing you more on your heating and cooling bills. These windows can be drafty in winter and let in too much heat during summer. According to the Department of Energy, windows can account for up to 30 percent of energy usage in homes due to heat loss and gain. Replacing older windows with newer ones can help you save considerably on your energy usage. Use these tips to help you choose energy-efficient windows for your home.

Look for Labels

No matter what windows you’re thinking about getting in terms of the frame type or glass type, look for Energy Star and National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) labels. Windows that meet the requirements for energy efficiency have the Energy Star label. NFRC labels provide you with a straightforward way to compare different aspects of a window’s performance.

Know Your U-Factor

U-factors on windows let you know how effective they are at stopping heat from escaping your home. Lower U-factors mean windows do a better job of trapping heat in your home, which results in lower energy bills during winter. The U-factor that works best for your home depends on the climate you’re in. This helps ensure that heated air stays inside your home.

Learn About Solar Heat Gain Coefficient

Solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) tells you how effective windows are at stopping heat gain from outside. A lower number means that windows are better at preventing hot outdoor air from getting inside, which is what you want during summer. If you live in a hotter climate, look for a lower SHGC number to help you save on the costs of cooling your home.

Consider Low-e Coatings

Low-e or low-emissivity coatings help prevent indoor heat from escaping your home, resulting in reduced energy usage and lower heating bills. This insulated glazing can lower energy loss from heat transfer by up to 50 percent, according to the Department of Energy. While windows with this coating cost more, you’ll save in the long run with reduced energy bills.

Reduce Air Leakage

The type of window you choose can affect how much air can leak out. Lower air leakage rates help reduce your energy usage. Certain types of windows, such as awnings, hinged windows and casement windows, have lower air leakage rates. Sliding windows, single-hung windows and double-hung windows typically have higher air leakage rates.

Posted by Kim Thomas on 6/1/2021

As anyone up-to-speed on technology knows, social media is everywhere. And it’s a powerful tool—if used properly. You can share information in real-time and receive real-time responses and reactions. Therefore, you should be using social media to your advantage when selling your home. You’re probably wondering what social media has to do with selling a home, right? Well, let’s take a look at a couple ways where social media will not only come in handy, but might just help sell your home in real-time.

1. Post your listing

It’s very likely that your listing will be posted on many real-estate sites and even on social media. This is your opportunity to capitalize on that posting and post on your own social media channels.  Consider posting to Facebook, Twitter and even Instagram. By doing this you are increasing the views that your listing will receive and increasing the likelihood that the right buyer will see your home. And all it takes is one person to love your home for it to sell.

2. Ask your friends to share

Word of mouth goes a long way. Technology’s way of word of mouth is through sharing on social media. And if you want to maximize the amount of people who will see your listing, ask your friends to share the posting—they may even add a little note to their share, which (if positive, hopefully) will only help.

3. Give them a reason to love your home

Add a personal message when sharing your listing. Tell the story of how your daughter took her first steps in the family room or how you felt the first time you walked through the front door. Giving that personal touch will bring positive feelings of your home. It will give the potential home buyer the thoughts of all the firsts that they could experience in that home.

Of course, social media will not sell your home. You should be taking the proper steps suggested by your realtor to get it in optimal shape for selling such as making small updates, decluttering, and removing overly personal items. You should also have great photos of your home for the listing. The photos will make a world of a difference when buyers are looking online. It could make or break whether they even consider your home or attend a showing.

If selling your home is timely then social media should bean important component to your selling strategy. It’s the age of technology and every generation is on social media in some respect, especially the millennial generation. And it’s important to pay attention to the millennials as more and more will begin the home buying process. It’s essential to be where they are and for most, they’re on social media.

Posted by Kim Thomas on 5/26/2021

18 West Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346



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Location! Location! Great opportunity to start your professional office business at the intersection of busy Route 28 and 105. Second floor office suite offers 2 large rooms, and first floor space has 3 large rooms, five private offices total and a full bath. .4 mile to I-495 and 2 miles to the Middleboro Rotary. Close to restaurants, shopping centers, banks, post office, and many other retails. RARE 1 Acre G.U. Lot with direct frontage on busy Rte. 28.
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