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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/17/2020

Your dishwasher is one of the best appliances that you own. It saves you tons of time and aggravation from hand-washing all of the dishes each and every night after dinner. Itís not an appliance that we replace often, so you need to make sure that we maintain it correctly in order to get a good lifespan out of your investment. Taking good care of your appliances can also help to keep up the value of your home when you go to sell it. Homebuyers prefer to have appliances that are updated and well maintained. Below, youíll find some tips for extending the life of your dishwasher. You may not think that an item that cleans needs to be cleaned itself, but thereís plenty of things that you can do to keep your dishwasher clean and working well in order to have sparkling dishes.  


Load It And Use It


This may seem obvious, but itís important to actually use your dishwasher. Running cycles regularly can help you to keep the machine running smoothly and keep away debris and food particles. If you donít have a full load, try and run the dishwasher at least every other day. Youíll save money and energy if you wait to run the washer on a full load, so donít overdo it. You just donít want to go a week or more without running the dishwasher, as it will allow a lot of buildup to occur, making the dishwasher work harder to clean the dishes that are loaded in it.     


To keep the washer running effectively, youíll want to always load it correctly according to the guidelines for your particular dishwasher. For a thorough clean, use a commercial dishwasher cleaner from time to time when you run the washer on its own without any dishes in it. This will keep a stench from building up and allow your dishes to clean more thoroughly.  


Scrape Food Debris


Although your dishwasher and the detergent are equipped to get rid of food debris, scraping food off of plates prior to loading them into the dishwasher can help to prevent damage and maintain proper drainage from the washer itself. The dishes will also come out of the cycle a bit cleaner than if you have left a ton of food and sauce debris on your plates. Scraping the food rather than pre-rinsing the dishes also is a good way to conserve water. While pre-rinsing your dishes may seem like a good idea, over the life of your dishwasher, you can save tens of thousands of gallons of water.





Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/15/2020

This Land in Carver, MA recently sold for $175,000. This style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


0 Pine St. / Rochester Rd., Carver, MA 02330

Land

$168,600
Price
$175,000
Sale Price

20.00
Acres
Agricultural
Land Type
20 Acres consisting of 3 parcels. Cranberry bogs have not been active recently. There is street frontage on 2 lots - 3rd lot is landlocked. (see attached assessors plans). All 3 lots are being conveyed together. Property will be sold "as is, as seen", with Buyer responsible for all due diligence.






Tags: Real-Estate   Carver   02330   Land  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/14/2020


17 Hawthorne St, Quincy, MA 02169

Single-Family

$619,000
Price

7
Rooms
5
Beds
3
Baths
Stunner on a quiet dead end street with new park. Walk up to a pretty famers porch. When you enter the large Living room with beautiful hand crafted crown molding,refurbished gleaming hardwood floors and large windows that lets in an abundance of light. Just behind the living rm is the recently updated eat in kitchen, with original hardwood floors and stylish tiled back splash. Walk out of the kitchen to the 16' x 18' entertaining deck.To the right of the kitchen is a Thanksgiving sized dining rm, these fancy hardwoods go throughout the 1st floor. In the front of the house is a office or 4th bedrm. To round out this incredible level is a modern tiled full bath. Journey upstairs into the BRAND NEW second story. Nicely sized bedrms with ample closet space. Full Bathroom with tiled tub/shower and laundry hook up. Huge Master Suite with 3 closets and Master bath,tiled shower,custom double vanity. 2 additional finished rooms in basement. NO FLOOD INSURANCE NEEDED.
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/10/2020

Selling a home usually requires various investments along the way. In fact, some of the most common house selling costs include:

1. Lawn Care

Maintaining a neat, tidy lawn is crucial, particularly for a seller who wants to stir up significant interest in his or her residence. As such, it generally is a good idea to account for lawn care costs as you put together a house selling budget.

Sometimes, home sellers hire professionals to mow the lawn, trim the hedges and conduct other lawn care tasks. If you decide to enlist lawn care professionals, you should explore all of the options at your disposal. That way, you can find a lawn care provider that offers a terrific mix of affordability and convenience.

You also can perform regular lawn care tasks on your own. This will allow you to eliminate the cost of a lawn care provider and ensure your lawn will impress potential buyers any time they see your residence.

2. Home Repairs

House repairs can be expensive, especially if an individual has failed to maintain his or her residence properly. If you dedicate time and energy to analyze your house, you can identify home problems and prioritize property repairs accordingly.

It may be helpful to conduct a house inspection before you list your residence. During a home inspection, a property expert will review your residence and identify any underlying issues. Then, you can use a home inspection report to determine how you can improve your residence.

Of course, you can limit home repair costs by completing property improvements on your own. On the other hand, if you want to hire a professional, there is no shortage of home improvement specialists available in cities and towns nationwide. And if you reach out to local home improvement specialists, you should be able to find one who can fulfill your requests.

3. Utilities

If you relocate to a new house but still need to sell your prior residence, you will need to account for the latter home's water and electricity costs. Remember, a homebuyer likely will want to test a house's faucets and toilets to ensure running water is available before he or she purchases a house. At the same time, it may be tough to show a residence to buyers if no electricity is available.

As you get set to sell your residence, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent, too. A real estate agent is equipped to help a home seller streamline the property selling journey. Thus, if you want to learn about home selling expenses, a real estate agent is happy to teach you about them. Or, if you have questions about the home selling journey, a real estate agent can respond to them without delay.

Want to sell your residence? Consider the aforementioned home selling costs Ė you will be glad you did. Because if you develop a house selling budget, you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful property selling experience.





Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/9/2020


Lot 17 Kestrel Way, Carver, MA 02330

Land

$192,500
Price

0.76
Acres
Residential
Land Type
Rare Opportunity to purchase the last lot available in one of Carver's premiere subdivisions - Kingsbury Hollow. This AD Makepeace Conservation Community is exceptional with 2-acre park offering walking trails and gazebo. Picturesque cranberry bog views offered on this wooded lot situated on cul-de-sac. Fantastic location just over West Plymouth line minutes to major routes, Colony Place shopping and commuter rail service. Downtown Plymouth and Waterfront are only 10 minutes away. Once you drive through this neighborhood you will be SOLD!
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No scheduled Open Houses






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