Open house on 11/22/2019 at 4 High Ware, MA 01082


Date: 11/22/2019 Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM  
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Adorable Newly Renovated 2 Bedroom Single Family house in the beautiful Historic Church Street area of Ware, close to shopping, amenities & Grenville Park. Gleaming Hardwood Floors in Living Room, Dining Room, Bedrooms and Bonus Room. Gorgeous new Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, butcher block countertop and double sink. Newly renovated Bathroom with granite topped vanity. Laundry hook ups on first floor. Master Bedroom is spacious with TWO large closets. Bonus Room area on second floor could be office space, play area or reading nook. All new Led lighting throughout. Freshly painted. Heat is forced hot air by propane. Off Street parking. First, last and security. Pets with restrictions. Available immediately.

Rental – 4 High Ware, MA 01082 is now new to the market!

Adorable Newly Renovated 2 Bedroom Single Family house in the beautiful Historic Church Street area of Ware, close to shopping, amenities & Grenville Park. Gleaming Hardwood Floors in Living Room, Dining Room, Bedrooms and Bonus Room. Gorgeous new Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, butcher block countertop and double sink. Newly renovated Bathroom with granite topped vanity. Laundry hook ups on first floor. Master Bedroom is spacious with TWO large closets. Bonus Room area on second floor could be office space, play area or reading nook. All new Led lighting throughout. Freshly painted. Heat is forced hot air by propane. Off Street parking. First, last and security. Pets with restrictions. Available immediately.

This property features 6 total rooms, 1 full bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $1,200.

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Does Your Yard Look Unfinished? Pull It Together With Hardscaping

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If your lawn and garden area is full of lush, thriving trees, shrubs, herbs, and flowers, you’re probably proud of it’s appearance and of all the hard work you’ve put in to get it that way. However, you may also have a nagging feeling that it’s missing something, but you can’t quite put your finger on what that might be — and that something could very well be hardscaping elements. Hardscaping is anything that provides aesthetic appeal and/or functionality to your outdoor living space that isn’t in the form of vegetation. It provides dimension, texture, and boundary definitions. The best hardscaping combines functionality and appearance. Here’s how you can make it happen:

Paved Pathways

Paved pathways can be installed using a variety of materials, including brick, cobblestone, and polished concrete. Design possibilities are almost endless. Some homeowners prefer the sophisticated appearance of polished concrete, while others like to create a picturesque ambiance with old-school cobblestone. Paved pathways also protect your shoes from mud and other debris as well as protect your lawn from the damage that heavy foot traffic can cause.

Decorative Arbors

Decorative arbors provide a delightful way to dress up the entrance to your property or introduce a backyard herb or perennial garden. You can grow vining plants up and over them, such as rambling roses, clematis, or even switch it up every year by planting different vining annuals such as morning glory and nasturtium. During winter, you can keep things interesting by stringing holiday lights on it.

Garden Benches

Garden benches give you and other household members a relaxing place to sit, read, dream, or simply get a rest from lawn and garden chores will enjoying the sunlight on your face and listening to the birds sing. If you opt for a wooden bench, choose one made of weather-resistant wood such as teak or cedar. Stone benches are good choices for areas that receive significant amounts of precipitation — you can always add cushions for softness during the warm season.

Water Features

Waterfalls, ponds, fountains, and raised birdbaths are just three appealing ways to turn your backyard into a personal oasis by adding water features. If you’re a nature lover, you’ll spend hours enjoying the antics of your feathered friends as they splash in the birdbath, and if you could use a serene respite in your life, a flowing fountain or waterfall provides soothing sounds and serendipitous visuals.

Other hardscaping possibilities include garden statuary, trellises, decorative gates and fences, pergolas, and footbridges.

What to Know About Alternative Mortgages

Over the years, mortgage options were likely limited to what a person’s local bank was willing to offer him or her. But today’s new marketplace provides several fresh opportunities. With the continuous influx of alternative lenders, many homebuyers are now fully ready to connect with lenders all over the nation. Online, they can check out several loan systems to the extent of choosing their preferred way of borrowing. 

For the first-timer or homeowner looking to refinance a family homestead, alternative lenders are worth considering as you begin the loan-shopping process. 

What is an alternative lender?

Succinctly, an alternative mortgage lender is a non-bank entity that provides you with home loans. These lenders offer homebuyers benefits they won’t get if they go through their local banks. 

Today’s market is getting more intense and saturated with lenders from which to select and brokers who will utilize that extensive knowledge and experience to help homebuyers navigate the arena to get the best mortgage.

Also, you may notice that your bank mortgage options restrict applicants with low credit scores or poor employment history. If you may fall into any of these categories, then you will need to embrace alternative mortgage lenders since they offer you loan options you won’t see anywhere else.

Types of alternative lenders

At the onset, when you start your mortgage search, you will come across two categories of lenders. The direct lender and the middlemen. The direct lender is the business that offers some loan products. Credit unions, banks, and a few online lenders belong to this category. The middle man, on the other hand, includes companies whose duty is to bring homebuyers to lenders. Good examples are the brokers and lending marketplaces.

Although alternative mortgage lenders bring people a step closer to homeownership by reducing the high cost of bank loans, they still have their merits and challenges. 

Advantages

– A quick and straightforward application process

– You may receive the funds within a day

– You can get a loan even if you have a poor credit history

– You can develop a good relationship with the lender to get a lower rate perhaps next time

Disadvantages

– Most of their loans are usually a large amount

– Some alternative mortgage lenders may charge you hidden fees

Choosing to get your home through alternative mortgage lenders is a personal choice. However, it is exciting to know that there are more options when it comes to financing your home. Before choosing a lender, seek pre-approval from both a traditional lender and an alternative lender.