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This Condo in Revere, MA recently sold for $379,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Yuri Karukin - Centre Realty Group.


627 Revere Beach Parkway, Revere, MA 02151

Condo

$379,000
Price
$379,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Attn. buyers and buyers agents. This may be the deal of the year! This is a 3 level 7rm 4bedroom 3 bath townhouse with a sprinkler system, hardwired smoke det.,and alarm system for extra protection .There is central a/c, & a gas fired fireplace on the basement level.The unit is just 17 years old. There is a 2 car garage & 2 car driveway.There is 10 car visitor parking. The heat system & the stove & the hot water is all gas. 2 levels have hardwood floors All appliances stay.The townhouse has Lots of room & a washer/dryer in the unit.It is good sized & in good shape over all & it shows well .There are lots of closets & a pull down attic on the 3d floor.There will be a group showing on Sunday 3/26 at noon to 2:30pm & Monday 3/27 from noon to 2:30 pm. Brokers & agents do not have to accompany their clients to the group showing. Easy access to the airport & Boston & Everett, Malden & Medford & Somerville & the expressway. A few inexpensive touch ups will make this a real showcase. $379,000

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Choosing a neighborhood is one of the most important aspects of the home search. Neighborhoods encompass the schools children will attend and the people you will interact with on a daily basis. You’ll truly never feel at home in a house if you don’t love your neighborhood. To choose the right home, you’ll need to do a little bit of ground work. You should figure out exactly what you’re looking for in a home and a neighborhood, and then research to find an area that suits your needs. There are certain things that you should keep in mind to research for the neighborhood with the perfect fit. Below are some things that you should consider when looking for the best neighborhood for you. Make A List Think about what you really want in a neighborhood. Then, categorize your desires. Put a column for what’s high priority, then use other columns for less pertinent things that you’re looking for in a neighborhood. If you’re unsure of what exactly to put on this list here’s some ideas: Cool For School Do you have children or are you planning to have children? Every parent knows that one of the most important things to look for in a neighborhood is the quality of the school system. Parks and community centers are also key things to live close to if you have children. Keep in mind that property values in areas with sought after school systems are higher. Home Style What type of home are you looking for? The type of neighborhood that you move to will depend upon the home style that you’re seeking. Single family homes, condos and apartments tend to stay in clusters. Keep this in mind when searching for a home. What’s Your Commute Time? How far are you willing to commute to work? This can be a deal breaker in finding the perfect neighborhood. If you take mass transit to work or if you don’t own a car, this can also be a huge area of concern for you in choosing the right neighborhood to purchase your home. What Do You Value? If you love coffee shops, then you may not want to live far from a city center. If you love the beach, don’t pick a neighborhood that has you landlocked. Having access to the things you love and value has a lot to do with your own happiness in a neighborhood. When home searching, you should consider what your current neighborhood is lacking and see if you can find a place to fill that void. Visit the Neighborhood and Use Your Senses As you start on your research, check out the neighborhoods and get a feel for them. Get out of your car and walk around. Although it sounds strange, see how the neighborhood smells. Listen to the noise of the traffic nearby. Maybe you’ll even sense the quiet! Take a look at how the homes in the neighborhood are designed and if you could actually see yourself living there. Do Some Digging There’s plenty of ways that you can research neighborhoods from the comfort of your couch. You can always find crime statistics for certain cities online and even see school rankings throughout cities. Real estate agents in the area can also help provide you with the statistics that you’re looking for. Trust your gut when it comes to choosing a neighborhood. With a little intuition and some research, you’ll be able to choose a place to live that’s perfect for you!

Your home could operate as a profitable business. The business that you start in you home could turn into a game changer. To succeed, you need the right home office equipment. You also need an efficient home office design. Before and after you start a home business, think big.

Home businesses don’t always stay small

After all, presidential elections aren’t the only change agents. Business growth or shrinkage injects lots of change into Americans’ lives too. Startups turn the economic wheel in new directions. Amazon.com, Facebook and Google are examples of this. When established companies like General Electric, Microsoft, Black Rock and McDonald’s grow wealth, their resources to hire expand.

The latter puts Americans in position to take advantage of better job opportunities. Those improved opportunities make it possible for more people to buy and live in the homes that they appreciate. If you have the vision and the drive, you could launch a business that one day becomes a major employer and global revenue growth generator. You could own a set of keys that strengthens a community’s or the entire country’s economy.

You’d join the ranks of a host of companies that started out of a founder’s house. That’s where many of the aforementioned major firms began.  Following are jobs that you can perform from home. Focus on jobs that align with your passions. Map out how you will expand the job from your home to a larger platform. If you’re passionate about operating a home business, the important step is to get started.

Jobs you can start at home and expand into larger companies

Chances that your home business will be a success depends, in large part, on how passionate you are about the business. Also, think about how your talents, skills, knowledge and experience align with the below jobs before you start building your home office.

Marketing agency – Strong search engine optimization (SEO), writing, editing and coding skills are in high demand. If you have these skills, you could start a marketing agency out of your home. Make sure that you have a reliable telephone and Internet connection, so that you can conduct virtual face-time meetings with clients.

Web design – As a web designer who works from home, your business can grow if you don’t limit yourself to designing websites. Growth can come through designing social media pages,  virtual posters, radio station pages and company logos.

Beauty salon – You’ll need to meet local building and business code regulations before you start a beauty salon in your home. Operate the salon out of a section of your home. In fact, if you already know that you want to operate a home beauty salon and you haven’t bought a house yet, look for a house that has an in-law suite. You could use the in-law section of the house as your beauty salon.

More jobs that you can launch at home

Printer – Because print equipment is heavy and bulky, make sure that you have a garage or a basement before you open an at home print shop. Learn design skills and the range of products that you print can expand significantly.

Computer repair – Got solid technical skills? Understand computers like the back of your hand? Consider starting a computer repair business out of your home. If you land enough customers, you could expand and open repair shops throughout the city, state or country.

Pet grooming – If you’re a pet owner, you know how much people love their pets. Major pet stores offer pet grooming services. Bring these services closer to your neighbors by offering them out of your back yard or basement. Just make sure that you meet all local regulations and operate a safe, clean pet grooming company.

Tutoring service - Use your teaching skills to tutor children and adults. Decide whether you’ll tutor in certain subjects like math, English or language arts or if you will tutor as a generalist.

With the right market research, vision, tenacity, drive and home office environment, you could launch a successful business. As you operate your home business, you’ll learn more about yourself and people from diverse backgrounds. You’ll also build courage and may even become a community leader. And wouldn’t that be great? To look back and see that, as it has for many others, your home became the launching pad for many of your future successes.


If you’re hunting for a new home, it can be tempting to make an appointment to view as many as possible. However, it can be a better use of your time to narrow down the search beforehand and eliminate houses from your list based on some at-home research. That way you can use those extra hours for fine-tuning your home search and make sure you visit only the houses that will suit your every need.

In this article, we’ll teach you some ways to research a home, neighborhood and town before you take the time to visit.

Things to Research about Your Potential New Neighborhood

So you’ve found a listing that looks nice. Your next step should be to find out as much as possible about the area the home is in to make sure it suits your needs.

A good first step is to head over to Google Maps to find out which amenities are in the area. Schools, banks, grocery stores, restaurants, hospitals, parks… the list goes on. This is also a good time to map out how long it will take you on average to drive to work from this house and to see if it will lead you through any high-traffic areas that might affect your daily schedule.

You can also research other homes in the area to see if the house is selling higher or lower than average. This will give you a question to ask the real estate agent if you choose to reach out for further information.

Town statistics

Another step to take on Google for this home is to look up statistics for things like neighborhood crime, ratings for the school district, and the state of local businesses.

Is the area up-and-coming with healthy businesses and low crime? If so, it could be worth pursuing further.

If you’re planning on having children or already do, the quality of the education could be of importance to you.

Finally, get an idea of the local tax rates so you know how much you’ll owe the government for your property and excise taxes.

Researching the house itself

If you’re comfortable with the town and neighborhood, there’s still some research you can do online before you schedule a showing.

See if you can find out if the house belongs to a homeowner’s association. Look up their rules and fees to see if they’re agreeable to you and your family’s lifestyle and plans for the future.

Look up the sale history for the home. If there are several recent sales, this could be a sign of problems with the home or neighborhood. Similarly, if the price has increased or decreased dramatically more than nearby houses, consider asking the real estate agent why this is.

Finally, see if you can view the number of days the home has been on on the market, commonly abbreviated as “DOM.” This will give you some insight as to how desirable the home and neighborhood are.


Once you have all of the information at your disposal, you’ll be in a position to decide whether or not to schedule an appointment to view the home.


If you're a dog owner you know well that caring for a dog is like caring for a small child who stays a small child for their entire life. They're a lot of work, but dogs are a part of the family and anyone lucky enough to have a canine companion will tell you that they're more than worth the trouble. One difficulty many dog owners face is burn spots on their lawns. Most people assume that dogs are going to kill their grass one way or another and it's useless to try to prevent it. However, with some diligence and training you can prevent dead spots from taking over your lawn.

What is lawn burn?

Dog urine is very high in nitrogen. While a little bit of nitrogen is healthy for your soil and your grass, too much makes the soil extremely acidic which kills your lawn causing "burn" spots. If you've ever gardened before you might be familiar with the concept of soil's pH number. A pH number describes how acidic (0-6) or how basic (7-14) a substance is. Different types of plant life require different levels of acidity on the pH scale. When you buy fertilizer or plant food at the garden shop you're really buying a mixture of chemicals that alter your soil's pH. The ideal pH for growing healthy grass is 6.5-7, roughly midway on the pH scale.

What can be done?

Ok, so now you know the science behind why your dog doing his business kills your lawn. But what can you do about it? There are a number of different techniques that have been proven to be effective at mitigating or eliminating the damage caused by lawn burn.
  • Training. The most effective methods of preventing lawn burn is through proper training of your dog. Find a part of your yard that you ideally want to train your dog to do their business in. This part can be dirt, rocks, or an out of sight patch of lawn that you don't mind taking some damage. Lead them over to this area when it's time for them to go out and give them treats and verbal praise when they do their business in that area. If they start to urinate in another area, correct them by calling them over to the area they should be in. Don't punish them, as this will confuse dogs and they might not feel safe urinating outside at all.
  • Water down. An effective method of preventing burn spots is to simply saturate the area where the dog urinated with water immediately afterward. This will dilute the nitrogen from the urine and limit damage.
  • Healthy nutrition. Dog food is sometimes very high in protein which increases nitrogen in their urine. Pick a food that has healthy amounts of protein in it. Similarly, dehydrated dogs will have urine with a higher nitrogen level. Encourage your dog to drink plenty of water.

Myths about lawn burn

Many myths about dog-related lawn burn have appeared over the years. Some people argue that female dogs' urine burns a lawn more than males. This is untrue. If a female dog's urine does burn the lawn more it is simply because female dogs have a tendency to stay in one place while doing their business. Other myths include the usefulness of feeding your dog supplements to eliminate spots or that certain dog breeds have more acidic urine and cause more spotting. These are also misconceptions. The best options are to work together with your dog and make sure they are well-fed and hydrated. Soon your lawn will regrow to its former glory.



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