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Posted by Highland Group on 2/27/2020


72 Bellevue Ave., Winthrop, MA 02152

Rental

$2,900
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Beautiful 2 plus bedroom apartment with natural wood work through out. Decorative fireplace in living room, enclosed sun room for office or 3rd bedroom., New tub tile to be installed. Garage parking for 1 car and 1 car off street parking. Use of backyard and back porch, some limited storage in basement. Walk to Winthrop center and bus stop. New ceiling light fixtures to be installed. Coin operated washer and dryers will be in basement, good credit and background checks are required.
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Posted by Highland Group on 2/25/2020


45 River Rd, Winthrop, MA 02152

Rental

$2,800
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Large sun filled living room, gleaming hardwood floors in Livingroom. Kitchen has a center island with counter top strove, double fridge... Deck to backyard with fire pit for use by the tenant. Close to Winthrop center and transportation. Coin operated washer and dryer to be installed. No off street parking. Pull down attic for extra storage. Bedrooms have hardwood floors.
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Posted by Highland Group on 2/25/2020


72 Bellevue Ave., Winthrop, MA 02152

Rental

$2,800
Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Beautiful 2 plus bedroom apartment with natural wood work through out. Decorative fireplace in living room, enclosed sun room for office or 3rd bedroom., New tub surround to be installed, garage parking for 1 car and 1 car off street parking. Use of backyard and back porch, some limited storage in basement. Walk to Winthrop center and bus stop.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: 02152   Real Estate   Rental   Winthrop  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Highland Group on 2/24/2020

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Those men and women from the millennial generation are now the largest segment of first-time home buyers. A full 66 percent of people who are purchasing their first home fall into this age group. Not only that, but millennials also comprise more than one-third -- 34 percent -- of the overall home buying market. It's crucial that you learn how to appeal to them. 

1. Opt for an Open Floor Plan

Today's millennials love to entertain and have guests in their homes. In order to accommodate their desire to offer people the best chance to mingle and get to see everyone, they prefer an open floor plan to separate spaces. This is especially true when it comes to the kitchen, living and dining areas. 

2. Updated Bathrooms and Kitchens 

Millennials prefer that the home they purchase has already been updated instead of them having to do it themselves. In many cases, this generation will have to use nearly all of their savings in order to put the down payment on their new home. This will leave them with little money to make any updates or improvements. 

3. Low Maintenance

While opting for low-maintenance features has always been a driving force for many home buyers, there is no generation that has embraced this concept more enthusiastically than millennials. Instead of spending their free time doing chores and home maintenance jobs, millennials would rather be entertaining or exploring their neighborhood's amenities. 

4. Add Home Office Space

Remote work isn't just the trend of the future. It's the way many millennials advance their careers these days. Carving out a dedicated space means that these young home buyers can simply move it and set up their work station without any lag time. 

5. Invest in Home Technology

Not surprisingly, millennials tend to be very comfortable with technology. Not only that, but they expect to connect with technology at every juncture in their lives. Opting for smart home features can help them save money, keep tabs on their investment and enjoy access to Wi-Fi throughout the home. 

6. Aim for Energy Efficiency

Millennials want to save money while also protecting the environment. Solar panels and smart thermostats are just two ways to help them do that. 

Many of the above tips will also make your home more attractive to nearly everyone who is in the market for a new home. However, they'll hold particular appeal for those who are millennials. 





Posted by Highland Group on 2/17/2020

When it comes to moving, how do you pack up food and ensure it will safely make it from Point A to Point B? There are many challenges associated with packing and storing food while you move. Fortunately, we're here to help you take the guesswork out of packing up food so that you can enjoy it once you reach your new home.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to ensure you can quickly and effortlessly pack your food and transport it to a new address.

1. Get Rid of Any Expired Food Items

Go through your pantry and remove any expired or soon-to-expire food items. That way, you won't have to worry about transporting these items to your new address on moving day.

In addition, you should try to eliminate food waste. For soon-to-expire foods, consume them before it's too late. Or, you can always offer these items to friends or family members.

2. Pack Fragile Food Items Carefully

Flour, sugar and other fragile food items likely require extra attention when you pack. If you dedicate the necessary time and resources to pack fragile food items carefully, you can eliminate the risk that these items could leak or spill while you're moving.

Heavy-duty, sealable containers are ideal for storing fragile food items. These containers usually are easy to find at supermarkets and retail outlets and will ensure your food items will remain safe and secure at all times.

Furthermore, don't forget to cover salt and pepper shakers. Place a piece of masking tape over the top of these shakers, and you can prevent the shakers from spilling out.

3. Use Appropriate Moving Boxes

Moving boxes come in many sizes, and when you're packing food items, you'll want to use the right-sized boxes. By doing so, you may be able to store various food items in the same box something that may help you unpack quickly once you reach your final destination.

In most instances, small and medium-sized moving boxes are perfect for food items. These boxes offer plenty of space. Plus, with the right-sized moving boxes in hand, you may be able to avoid the temptation to stuff too many heavy food items into a single box.

If you need additional support with packing food items or other belongings, you may want to discuss your options with a professional moving company. This business employs friendly, knowledgeable staff members who can help you prepare for moving day.

Lastly, it never hurts to collaborate with a real estate agent, either. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent can offer recommendations about moving companies in your area. Therefore, a real estate agent can provide extra help as you search for ways to streamline the moving process.

Simplify the process of moving your food items from one location to the next use the aforementioned tips, and you can ensure all of your food items will arrive intact at your new address.




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