Bridge Realty - Berlin, MA Real Estate, Hudson, MA Real Estate, Boylston, MA Real Estate

Planning to sell your house in the next few weeks or months? If so, you likely will want to declutter to improve your house's appearance and make it easy for potential homebuyers to envision what life might be like if they purchase your residence.

Ultimately, donating items may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for those who want to declutter and move in the near future.

By donating items that you no longer need, you can quickly and easily remove clutter from your residence. Plus, you may be able to secure a tax credit for your charitable contributions.

Before you donate your items, however, you should take a close look at your personal belongings and decide which things to keep and which to give to charity.

Now, let's take a look at three items that you can donate to charity:

1. Clothing

If you intend to move from Florida to Alaska – or vice-versa – there may be a wide range of clothing that you can donate before you move.

Ensure that any clothing that you plan to donate is clean. If necessary, wash any dresses, t-shirts and other apparel that you intend to donate.

Also, it is always better to err on the side of caution when you donate clothing. And if you have clothes that are faded or torn, you should dispose of these items.

2. Electronics

For those who plan to downsize, donating electronics is ideal. That way, you can get rid of electronics that won't fit into your new home and do a good deed at the same time.

Evaluate your electronics and make sure they work correctly before you donate them. In addition, it often pays to tape any electronics cords, wires and accessories to the items themselves.

Check out a charity's electronics donations policies prior to scheduling a donation pick-up too. By doing so, you can guarantee that a charity can pick up and use your excess electronics.

3. Appliances

In many instances, an individual may move into a new address that comes equipped with a new refrigerator, washer, dryer and other appliances. If this happens, you may want to contact local charities to see if they can pick up your current appliances.

Reach out to a local charity to find out whether it can pick up your current appliances – you'll be glad you did. If the answer is "Yes," you may be able to avoid having to move big, heavy appliances on your own.

As the aforementioned list shows, there are lots of great items that you can donate to charity. Conduct an in-depth search of charities in your city or town, and you can work with a local charity that can use your excess items.

Lastly, if you ever have questions about which charities in your area will accept donations, don't hesitate to reach out to these organizations directly. And if you're looking for extra assistance as you declutter your residence and prepare to list your home, it certainly helps to contact an expert real estate agent as well.

1170 Main St, Boylston, MA 01505



Full/Half Baths
Incredible custom built home on 5.5 acres. Plenty of space to create your own backyard oasis or just enjoy the existing landscape plan and relaxing pond with waterfall as you take in all the nature. Want a pool? Plenty of options to install one. First floor master bedroom, walk-in closet, and open concept living area opens up with high ceilings to the second floor where you'll find 3 additional bedrooms, a full bath, and another full bath or storage room ready for your finishes. New appliances include Bosch dishwasher and an induction cooktop. Like cooking with gas? There's also a propane powered gas range. Full finished walk out basement includes space for a home gym, office, and private library as well as a cedar lined wine closet. The heated garage is large enough for 3 vehicles plus additional space for a private workshop. Air compressor stays and is plumbed throughout house. 400 amp, 2 panel service plenty to power all your needs! Backyard includes mix of hill and flat space
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August 07 at 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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This Single-Family in Berlin, MA recently sold for $441,000. This Cape,Farmhouse,Bungalow style home was sold by Office Berlin - Bridge Realty.

20 Oak Street, Berlin, MA 01503


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This home checks off all the boxes! 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, over 2000 sqft with 2 Car garage and almost an acre of land on a dead end road. As you enter from the garage on the first floor you will find a versatile den/dining room, a full bath, kitchen, family room, 2 bedrooms and a sun filled living room. The second floor has 2 more bedrooms and a renovated bathroom. One of the bedrooms with vaulted ceilings. As a bonus there's a finished room with fireplace in the basement. There is a large shed on the property for all your storage needs.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage may prove to be a long, arduous process if you are not careful. Fortunately, homebuyers who plan ahead should have no trouble obtaining a mortgage so they can enter the housing market with a budget in hand.

Ultimately, there are many questions to consider as you assess your mortgage options, and these questions include:

1. What type of mortgage should I get?

The two most common types of mortgages are adjustable- and fixed-rate varieties. If you understand the differences between these mortgage options, you can make an informed mortgage decision.

An adjustable-rate mortgage generally features a lower initial interest rate than a fixed-rate option. However, after a set amount of time, an adjustable-rate mortgage's interest rate will increase.

Comparatively, a fixed-rate mortgage has an interest rate that will remain intact for the life of your mortgage. This means you will pay the same amount each month until your mortgage is paid in full.

When it comes to deciding between an adjustable- and fixed-rate mortgage, it pays to look at the pros and cons of both options. Remember, no two homebuyers are exactly alike, and a mortgage that works well for one buyer may not work well for another. But if you evaluate adjustable- and fixed-rate mortgages closely, you can make the best-possible decision.

2. What differentiates an ordinary lender from an outstanding one?

There is no need to settle for an "ordinary" lender as you pursue mortgage options. Instead, you should seek out an exceptional lender that goes above and beyond the call of duty to assist you.

Typically, an outstanding lender employs mortgage specialists who are ready to respond to any concerns or questions. These specialists can help you evaluate a broad array of mortgage options and decide which mortgage best suits your individual needs.

Don't be afraid to meet with several banks and credit unions, either. This will allow you to assess many lenders and select one that matches or exceeds your expectations.

3. Which mortgage should I select?

There is no one-size-fits-all mortgage that works well for all homebuyers, at all times. As such, you should conduct plenty of research as you explore your mortgage options. This research will enable you to analyze assorted mortgages and lenders and make the optimal choices.

Once you have a mortgage, you can move one step closer to acquiring your dream house. And if you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can receive expert support at each stage of the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent is a must-have for any homebuyer, regardless of the current housing market's conditions. This housing market professional can teach you everything you need to know about buying a house. Also, he or she can help you examine a vast collection of available houses.

Ready to kick off a house search? Get pre-approved for a mortgage, and you can enter the housing market with a homebuying budget at your disposal.

23 Summit Street, Clinton, MA 01510



Spacious Cape in Great Clinton Neighborhood. Close to everything. Flexible floor plan offers ability for five bedrooms if needed. The exterior of the home has a one car garage/large shed, fenced in yard and fire pit. Enter the home for a dining area and vaulted ceiling kitchen. Large living room, a full bath and two other rooms on the first floor. The second floor of the home has three rooms and also a gutted bathroom that could be finished in the future.
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August 02 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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