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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 9/19/2017

When you buy a home, thereís more to shop for than just the right place to live. Before you settle with a lender, you should shop around a bit. You want to be sure that your lender has your very best interests in mind when youíre in the midst of making one of the biggest purchases of your lifetime. Below, youíll find some of the most important questions that you need to ask a lender while youíre in the process of buying a home.

Do You Offer Any Special Programs?

Choosing the right lender involves choosing a firm that offers the types of programs that will be helpful to your specific situation. You should look for a lender that offers a wide array of loans to suit your needs. Beware of any lender who tries to push you into a certain type of loan, especially if you donít feel that it is a good fit for you. 

Do You Understand The Terms Of Certain Types Of Loans?

If you are seeking a certain type of loan, you probably should tell your lender that upfront. Of they seem familiar with it and have worked with the loan before, youíre in good hands. If the type of loan that youíre looking for is more uncommon, then you may need to shop around carefully for the right lender who understands your needs. 

Do I meet The Qualifications For Specific Loans?

The requirements for the same loan at two different lenders could be different. Things like your credit score could be a big factor. If you have a less than desirable credit score, this would also prompt you to want to look around a bit. You should know that different lenders have different terms and looking at a few lenders could be beneficial to you.

What Are The Mortgage Rates?

Youíll need a general ballpark idea of what rates will be for you when you finally secure that home loan. Keep in mind that rates fluctuate often and that an estimate will be just that. Itís not a number that will be set in stone, however, it will give you a good place to start as you shop around for a loan. 

Do You Help With Down Payments?

There are many down payment assistance programs available and your lender can help you to navigate them. The more you put down, the better your interest rate will be. If the amount that youíre able to put down on a home is a factor for you, definitely discuss it with your lender.

Can You Provide Pre-Approval Proof?

In hot real estate markets, youíre going to need some proof that youíre pre-approved in order to have the upper hand once you put in an offer on a home. Your lender should be able to provide your real estate agent with a certified letter of your pre-approval and the amount. 

Choosing the right lender is just as important as choosing the right realtor and the right home to buy. Itís just another part of the home buying process!

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 9/14/2017

23 Bridle Path, Shrewsbury, MA 01545



Full/Half Baths
Timeless Style. Design Perfection. Quality Construction. In Shrewsbury's prestigious North Quadrant. From its soaring foyer and bridal staircase to the custom cherry kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances & large island to a family rm with gas FP, walls of windows, and built-ins, this home represents luxury at its best. Formal & informal spaces accommodate quiet evenings or grand scale entertaining. Columns accentuate the first floor's 10-foot ceilings. A large game room sports an exquisite wet bar. The light-filled sunroom has a hot tub. The lower level features a fully equipped home theatre. There are 4 BR +4F & 2H well-appointed baths. The master has a walk-in closet, sitting and exercise areas. The master bath has a large tiled shower and air-jet tub. The fin LL, with its own entrance/security system, is ideal for an in-home business or in-law suite. Architectural detail, solid brick construction, and professional landscaping ensure timeless beauty and ease of maintenance.
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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 9/12/2017

After you accept an offer on your house, it may be only a few weeks before you have to pack up your belongings and move. And if you know exactly which packing supplies to pick up, you should have no trouble getting ready to relocate to a new address.

Ultimately, there are several must-have packing supplies to pick up before an upcoming move, and these include:

1. Boxes of Varying Sizes

Transporting items of different sizes can be difficult. Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to find moving boxes of varying sizes.

Typically, you can buy moving boxes at any home improvement or hardware store. Depending on how much you own, you may need to pick up tiny, small, medium and large moving boxes in assorted quantities.

For those who are looking to save money on moving boxes, you may be able to pick up various boxes from local convenience stores and supermarkets as well.

Contact local convenience stores or supermarkets to find out if they offer free boxes. Be sure to reach out to these shops at least a few weeks before your move; that way, you can pick up free boxes and still have plenty of time to pack up your belongings.

2. Packing Materials

Bubble wrap, polyurethane foam and other packing materials guarantee that your personal belongings will stay safe as you travel from Point A to Point B. Therefore, you should purchase a variety of packing materials to protect antiques, glassware and other fragile items during your move.

Of course, it never hurts to be creative with packing materials, either. And if you have old clothing or towels, you may be able to use these items as packing materials too.

3. Colored Markers or Stickers

If you commit significant time and resources to pack up your belongings, you surely want to know where to place these items in your new home. Luckily, colored markers and stickers make it easy to label your moving boxes.

Colored markers and stickers can help you keep track of your personal items during your move. Plus, these markers and stickers are inexpensive and easy to use, making them exceedingly valuable for those who want to streamline the process of getting unpacked at a new address.

Clearly, there are many essential packing supplies to pick up prior to moving day. If you require extra help as you prepare for an upcoming move, it never hurts to reach out to a professional moving company for support.

A professional moving company can help you pack up your belongings and take them to your new address. Also, this business employs friendly, diligent moving professionals who will help you take the guesswork out of getting ready for moving day.

Lastly, don't hesitate to reach out to a real estate agent for moving advice. This housing market professional can help you sell your house, put you in touch with professional moving companies in your area and much more.

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 9/11/2017

This Condo in Grafton, MA recently sold for $345,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.

1 Robert Circle, Grafton, MA 01536

North Grafton


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Desirable Forest Hills END UNIT * 3 Living Levels Above Ground with Walk Out Basement and Slider to Back Patio * FLEXIBLE OPEN FLOOR PLAN * Lower Level has Bath/Separate Office: Guest/In Law Suite/Playroom? BRAND NEW: Stainless Steel Appliance Suite (French Door Refrigerator with Water/Ice Maker, Built In Microwave, 5 Burner Gas Stove with Griddle, Dishwasher) * Dreamweaver Carpet with 80 Ounce Pad (installed 7/28) * Satin Poly Finish on Maple Hardwood Floors. OTHER UPGRADES: Maple Floors * Oak Stairs * Custom Closets in Master Bedroom/Garage * Double Corian Sinks/Counter in Master Bath * Marble Tile Backsplash in Kitchen/Around Fireplace * Board and Batten in Media/Den. OVER $30K IN UPGRADES Since Purchased! Separate Electric Heat in Lower Level Office/Family Room. Close to Grafton Commuter Rail * Mass Pike * All Amenities. Washer, Dryer, ALL Window Treatments INCLUDED! Front Stairs Repaired/Painted * Fresh Paint Throughout * Professionally Cleaned * Nothing To Do But Move In!

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Posted by Lisa Bradley on 9/6/2017

This Single-Family in Shrewsbury, MA recently sold for $287,000. This Cape style home was sold by Lisa Bradley - Re/Max Vision.

140 Holden St, Shrewsbury, MA 01545


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Cape style charmer with scenic water views! This charming 1940's, 4 bedroom, 1.5 bath Classic Cape Cod style home is perched on a corner lot with picturesque water views of Fyrbeck Pond and Lake Quinsigamond offers great bones, a two- year old heating system, newer windows and recent insulation added to make this house more efficient. Other features include two fireplaces, a country kitchen, and hardwood floors. Make this classic cape and scenic lot in the desirable town of Shrewsbury your first home or use it as an opportunity to downsize and customize to your taste. It's in a great commuter location with close proximity to UMASS Medical, Rte. 9 and I-290.

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