Date: 02/28/2021 Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM  
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Stunning Renovation with Modern Chic Design. Three Bedroom, Two full Bath Condominium on 2 levels of living. Features include a comfortable floor plan, a bright living room & dining room and stylish kitchen highlighting quartz countertops, peninsula and stainless steel appliances. Oversized kitchen windows overlooking 20X9 deck that bring the outside in. Fenced in private back yard with patio for outdoor entertaining and gardening. The lower level presents a spacious family room, a 3rd bedroom and a full bath. The new electric, new plumbing, new roof and new heat/central air systems, curb appeal, landscaping lights, sprinkler system and ample parking complete this unit. Convenient to Waverley square, commuter rail and shops. Welcome to Belmont!

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It’s easy for a home to get out of hand with all the things that come through the door every week. Here are a few tips for keeping up with the never-ending clutter that enters your home.

Create a Shoe Station

Set up a location at each entry door for family members and guests to remove shoes and boots. Keeping dirt and debris at the entry and not trekked into the house reduces how often you must clean. It also keeps allergens, toxins and grime off your carpet and away from your family.

Organize the Paper

While newspapers are a thing of the past for most households, junk-mail, circulars and bills seem to keep coming. First, unsubscribe from any magazines and catalogs that you don’t want or use. Then, set up a table or shelf near the door to sort your mail. Toss the circulars and shred the junk mail before it gets further into the room. Sign up for electronic versions of your bills to reduce those as well.

Nix Junk Drawers

Everyone has at least one, and many folks have one in every room … it’s those pesky drawers, baskets or bins that fill up with pens, buttons, receipts, tape, scissors, batteries and random indeterminate objects you think might be important. They take up space but don’t contribute to organization. Start with the smallest one. Remove any receipts and take a picture of them with your phone. Then toss the receipt. If it’s important, you have the details and won’t worry if the thermal paper fades to an unreadable blur. 

Next, test all the pens and pencils. If they’re broken or inkless, toss them. Find a small box to store all the batteries in one place. As you move from room to room, collect the batteries and organize them in the box to store on a shelf. Electronic items such as charger cords and blocks belong in another box.

These three simple hacks go a long way toward helping you keep your home in order. That way, when it comes time to sell, you’re ready for the surprise visit from a buyer or the call from your agent when you’re far from home. Ask your real estate professional about other ideas to keep your home show-ready.

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