Dimacale & Gracie Real Estate | Ashburnham, MA Real Estate, Westminster, MA Real Estate


New Construction to be built. Still time to customize your beautiful new home! Spacious Colonial with three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a front bump out plus attached two car garage. Open floor plan on the first floor. Convenient first floor laundry in the half bath. Master bedroom featuring cathedral ceiling, walk-in closet and full bath. Enjoy the 10x12 deck off kitchen area. Attached 24x24 two car garage with openers and a side door access. Central air conditioning. Beautiful level and cleared lot. In an area of other new homes. Generous allowances. Town Water. Local Builder. This lot is across the street from the Templewood Golf Course. Builder has other lots and house styles available on Brooks Road. What a great way to start the new year!

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As you complete the final steps of the home selling process, it is important to cancel various everyday house services prior to moving day. In fact, some of the essential services that you may need to cancel include:

1. Electric

Notify your electric company about your plans to move. You also can tell the company how much longer you will be staying in your house and provide it with a forwarding address for your final invoice.

Ultimately, you should provide your electric company with at least a few weeks' notice about your plans to relocate. This will ensure that you and the electric company can work together to settle your final bill.

2. Cable and Internet

If you like your current cable and internet services provider, you may be able to transfer your current services to your new location. And if you call your cable and internet services provider and speak with a customer service agent, you can find out exactly how to do that.

Of course, there may be instances where you need to cancel your cable and internet services. If you are moving to a city or town where your current cable and internet services provider is unavailable, for example, you may need to cancel your services.

3. Water

Contact your local water company and give it the news about your moving plans. This will ensure that you won't be billed for any water services after your moving date.

Don't wait until the last minute to notify your water services provider about your move, either. Remember, the sooner you inform your water services provider about your moving plans, the sooner you can guarantee that any water services in your name will be discontinued once you relocate from your current address.

As the day of your home closing approaches, it helps to plan ahead as much as possible. If you collaborate with a real estate agent throughout the property selling journey, you can get the help you need to overcome any potential house selling hurdles.

A real estate agent is a house selling expert, and as such, will serve as a helpful guide throughout the property selling journey. First, a real estate agent will learn about you and your home. He or she next will craft a custom property selling strategy, one that ensures you can quickly sell your residence and maximize its value. Then, a real estate agent will list your residence, promote it to prospective buyers and set up house showings and open house events. And once you receive an accept an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent will make it easy for you to finalize your home sale.

When it comes to selling a house, it often helps to hire a real estate agent. By employing a real estate agent, you can receive in-depth insights at each stage of the house selling journey. And as a result, you can quickly and effortlessly accomplish your desired home selling results.


WHAT A LOVELY PLACE!!! Your very own private Mobile Home on its own 1.8 acres of land. Town sewer and water. Near Cushing and town, 2 bedroom Home with open concept living room and kitchen. New metal roof, in immaculate well cared for and well loved. 1 car garage.

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When looking for a contractor online to work on a project for you, you might end up getting discouraged and afraid to hire one. There are too many stories about homeowners having terrible experiences of theft, delayed jobs, or poorly done work that required another repair.

These experiences happen everywhere but it doesn’t make all contractors bad, there are still great and trustworthy contractors out there. But how can you determine if someone is a good contractor or a swindler out for your money? Below is a list of what you should do to ensure you do not only have the best guy for the job but also that you have someone who seems trustworthy. 

Do Your Research

There are various options available to get a contractor; you can use an internet search or contact local building association in your area to ask for recommendations. You can also contact your insurance company for help and take advantage of the goodwill the contracting company enjoys.

Ask For Referrals

Asking friends and family members for references for a contractor whose services they used reduces your chance of getting duped. Looking at jobs that a contractor completed in the past for relatives or friends gives you an idea on what to expect in terms of work from the contractor. 

Interview A Couple

If you have gotten a few choices, to determine the best man for the job, interview a few. During the interview process ask relevant questions, negotiate prices with each and be sure to read body language. 

Ask Questions

During the interview or after but before signing the contract, make sure you satisfy all issues that need answers. It makes it easier to accomplish when you have a list of questions drafted before the interview session. Ask questions like:

- What is their association membership?

- How long have they been in business?

- Ask for referrals of recent jobs

- How long would they need to execute your project?

- What would the payment style be?

All these questions and more should be on your list. Do not feel like you are asking too much because it’s your money, and you need to be sure about getting value for the money spent.

Ask To See An Itemized Bid

Asking to see an itemized proposal from all the contractors you interviewed allows you compare prices, items required and to determine your best guy for the job. The bid also gives you a clear idea of how much would be needed to execute the project. The itemized proposal should include information on:

- Labor cost.

- Material cost.

- Work permit fee.

- And other miscellaneous expenses.

On seeing the bid, if the amount is more than what you budgeted for, you can easily adjust the scope of the plan to fit your budget.

Working with the steps detailed in this article would serve as a guide for you when next you need the service of a contractor.


Beautiful well kept 2 bedroom condo, upgraded kitchen with granite countertops, center island, maple cabinets, open concept, extremely close to rte 2, Close to the Boston railway connection station, perfect place for buyers who want to live in Mass. in the summer and winter in Florida. Heat and hot water included in a very reasonable 250 monthly fee. Also common laundry room for all units.

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