N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors



Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 12/15/2017


14 Saxony Dr, Sudbury, MA 01776

Single-Family

$829,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
No Showings Til Open House. Professionally Renovated to like New Condition this Stunning 4 Bedroom Colonial with 2 Car Attached Garage is situated in sought after Neighborhood Cul De Sac. Beautiful Level Yard abutting Gray Reservation. Magnificent Remodeled Kitchen with an abundance of White Cabinetry, Granite Countertops, Striking Tile/Glass Backsplash, Center Island, Recessed Lighting and High End Stainless Appliances. Family Room/Sun Room with 3 Walls of Glass and Hardwood Floor overlooking Private Backyard. Front to Back Fireplaced Living Room with Hardwood Floors and Recessed Lighting. Spacious Office, Great Mud Room with Built Ins and New 1/2 Bath complete the First Floor. Master Bedroom with Walk In Closet,Hardwood Floor, Recessed Lights and En-Suite Bathroom with Double Vanities, Tile and Marble Oversized Shower and Tile Floor. 2 New furnaces and Central Air Units, New Water Heater, 200 Amp Electrical Service. More pictures to follow
Open House
Sunday
December 17 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First Open House Come see this Professionally Renovated to Like New Condition 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Colonial. Gorgeous Open floor plan. Stunning Kitchen with White Cabinetry, Granite Counters, Tile Backsplash , Stainless Appliances, Recessed Lighting and Hardwood Floor. Open Cathedral Ceiling Family Room with Walls of Glass Overlooking the private backyard abutting Gray Reservation. 3 New Bathrooms with Granite and Tile. Hardwood Floors Throughout. Recessed Lighting and so Much More!!
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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 12/15/2017


14 Saxony Dr, Sudbury, MA 01776

Single-Family

$829,900
Price

8
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
No Showings Til Open House. Professionally Renovated to like New Condition this Stunning 4 Bedroom Colonial with 2 Car Attached Garage is situated in sought after Neighborhood Cul De Sac. Beautiful Level Yard abutting Gray Reservation. Magnificent Remodeled Kitchen with an abundance of White Cabinetry, Granite Countertops, Striking Tile/Glass Backsplash, Center Island, Recessed Lighting and High End Stainless Appliances. Family Room/Sun Room with 3 Walls of Glass and Hardwood Floor overlooking Private Backyard. Front to Back Fireplaced Living Room with Hardwood Floors and Recessed Lighting. Spacious Office, Great Mud Room with Built Ins and New 1/2 Bath complete the First Floor. Master Bedroom with Walk In Closet,Hardwood Floor, Recessed Lights and En-Suite Bathroom with Double Vanities, Tile and Marble Oversized Shower and Tile Floor. 2 New furnaces and Central Air Units, New Water Heater, 200 Amp Electrical Service. More pictures to follow
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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 12/11/2017

There are dozens of factors to consider when shopping for a new home -- ranging from property taxes and school district quality to square footage and roof condition. As you may be discovering, balancing your priorities and meeting your family's needs can be an overwhelming process! What's Important to You? While just about everyone factors in daily commuting distance in their decision, other key needs and considerations are often overlooked. There's certainly no "one size fits all" strategy for picking the perfect house, but getting your thoughts down on paper is a good starting point. If you have children or are expecting new arrivals in the near future, your priorities will be a lot different than someone at a later (or earlier) stage in life. For example, you might want to research local hospitals to identify the best maternity care options. Being close to public parks, playgrounds, and nursery schools would also be highly desirable for young families. Depending on your lifestyle, you might also prefer a home that's not too far from restaurants, concert venues, and movie theaters. If physical activity and sports are a big part of your life, then nearness to golf courses, tennis courts, and hiking trails might be worth considering. Other Convenience Factors You may have noticed in perusing real estate ads that many of them mention proximity to major highways, public transportation, and local airports. Whether your goal is to explore the region or simply navigate your way to doctors' appointments, job interviews, shopping centers, or business meetings, access to a variety of transportation options can make life a lot less stressful. By clarifying the features and conveniences in a home that are most important to you, your overall satisfaction with your final choice will be a lot higher. That's not to say that you shouldn't stay somewhat flexible in your requirements. Virtually all real estate purchases involve a few trade-offs and compromises. For example, if an urban lifestyle appeals to you, then a two-car garage and large backyard are probably not going to be part of the package. As far as the actual layout and design of your living space, key features which could make your daily routine easier are a first-floor laundry room, spacious closets, and easy-to clean, energy-efficient windows. For some people, the ideal home may include a rec room, a workshop, and a home office. A lot depends on your past experiences, your goals, and your personal passions. Having the ability to predict future needs will be invaluable in choosing a home that you and your family will be delighted with for years to come. Comparing Features and Amenities When you stop and think about your "wish list," your "must haves", and the dozens of property features you'll be evaluating, it underscores the importance of being methodical and organized. If those two qualifies are not among your personal strengths, don't worry! Your real estate agent can provide you with guidance, checklists, and day-to-day help in evaluating and comparing the many property choices available to you.





Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 12/8/2017


7 Fuyat St, Hudson, MA 01749

Rental

$2,100
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Sweet Single Family Dutch Colonial For Rent....Move~in January 1st ..Located on a Cul-de-sac in a Neighborhood .This 2/3 bedroom Home is close to schools, shopping and just minutes to Rt 290, Mass Pike, 495 for easy Commuting.All new replacement windows. Gas Heating & cooking. Tenant is responsible for All utilities, lawn care and snow removal.
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Posted by N.B.Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors on 12/4/2017

Many factors come into play when determining whether you can afford to buy a house. Since the monthly rent for an apartment is often close to what a mortgage payment would be, you can't help but wonder if your rent money would be better spent building equity in your own home.

While this is often the case, first-time home buyers often underestimate or overlook expenses that accompany home ownership. Although a mortgage broker or bank loan officer can help you calculate the maximum mortgage you can afford, here are a few tips to keep in mind as you weigh your options.

  • Create a detailed budget. By taking the time to figure out how your income stacks up to your monthly expenses, you can get a clearer picture of your financial situation. If you have a good credit score, a positive monthly cash flow, and enough funds to pay closing costs and a down payment, then home ownership may be a viable option. (Your credit score, which you can obtain once a year for free from the three main credit reporting companies, will have a major impact on both your interest rate and your monthly mortgage payments.)
  • Factor in other expenses: Figuring out your current budget is relatively easy, but predicting your future budget as a homeowner can be a lot more challenging. A big part of the equation will depend on the amount of property taxes and school taxes that will be tacked on to your mortgage costs. A real estate agent can provide you with those figures, as well as other information you need to calculate how affordable it would be to live in a particular house. They have access to a wide range of relevant information, such as utility expenses, water bills, and homeowner association fees (if there are any). Since property taxes sometimes cover the cost of services like garbage and yard waste collection, you may not have to factor in those items into your projected budget. Your real estate agent can help you come up with a rough estimate of home maintenance costs -- especially if they're familiar with the history of the home you're considering buying. As the process moves forward, a property inspector can provide you with more details about the condition of the home and whether any costly repairs are likely to be needed soon.
  • Home maintenance and furnishing costs: Other possible expenses to consider when estimating the cost of home ownership include yard maintenance, landscaping, HVAC service calls, electrician services, plumbing repairs, and homeowners' insurance. If you're a first-time home owner, there's also a good chance you'll need to buy some furniture to fill out those additional rooms!
  • Buying your first home definitely takes a lot of planning, budgeting, and research, but the rewards of owning your own home will more than justify the effort!