Holliston, MA:

This Single-Family in Holliston, MA recently sold for $535,000.
This is a Ranch style home and features 8 total rooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.92 acres, and was sold by
Chuck Joseph – RE/MAX Executive Realty

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TWO HOMES LEFT! Custom build your dream house on quiet cul-de-sac featuring 9 homesites on 33 acres. Surround yourself with gorgeous level woodlands and participate with a Hopkinton builder known for quality construction as together you design the home you always wanted to build. Green building techniques encouraged including geothermal heating and cooling. Call today for an appointment!

This is a Colonial style home and features 10 total rooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms, 1.38 Acres, and is currently available for $1,650,000.

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Date: 04/30/2017 Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM  
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Pride of ownership shines through this immaculate,stately brick front colonial. This spacious three level property includes a private, beautifully landscaped one acre lot. Two story foyer with solid Douglas Fir entry door welcomes you and your guests. Kitchen features warm cherry cabinets, granite counters, center island. Family room enhanced by fireplace and hardwood floor which opens through sliders to lovely back patio. Elegant dining room/living room with hardwood, wainscoting, crown moldings. First floor office features French doors and wall of built-ins. Convenient mudroom/laundry room with sink/storage connects garage entry to kitchen. Lavish master suite–Lighted tray ceiling, huge sitting room with hardwood, spacious walk-in closet and stunning master bath with radiant heat. Three additional good sized bedrooms. Lower level recently finished–huge game room, full bath, wet bar, wired for home theater and surround sound. New insulation and duct work in attic. A must see!

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Money is the root of many people’s stress and anxiety and it’s also the cause of many fights. But it doesn’t have to be for you. You may own a home now, but it doesn’t mean you should stop saving or that saving has to be a difficult undertaking.

Ideally you already have a robust emergency fund—this type of account is suggested by financial experts to have even before paying down ‘good’ debt such as student loans. This account is extremely important as you never know when or if that “rainy day” will come. The suggested amount to have in an emergency fund is six to nine months’ worth of income—and to be on the higher end if you own a home and have children. For instance, if you take home $3,000 a month, you should have $18,000 to $27,000 in your emergency fund. You should also consider whether it’s best to keep these funds in a regular savings account or a money market account.

Now that we’ve covered the importance of an emergency fund,let’s discuss how to keep saving—whether you are saving just to save or saving for a vacation, new car, or that fancy grill you’ve been eyeing.

Automatic deposit from primary income: If you aren’t doing this already then you should be. Automatic deposit is the easiest way to save money. Many places of employment offer this option, and if not your financial institution will. Automatically depositing money into a savings account (separate of the rest of your income) will force you to save. And if your place of employment offers this option then that money will never enter your checking account—out of sight, out of mind. If you must use your financial institution then have the automatic transfer occur on the day you are paid so the money is almost like it was never there for spending. Of course, this will be an adjustment if you are used to living off that money, especially if you just purchased a home. However, you can start small and work your way to a larger amount such as when you receive a raise or have other forms of incoming income.

Automatic transfer from checking to savings: Many financial institutions offer the ability to automatically transfer funds between your checking account and savings account each time you use your debit card. If your bank does not offer this opportunity there are apps for your phone that can easily connect to your online bank accounts and do the work for you. It’s a great way to save a small amount of money each time you swipe your card. And depending on how often you use your debit card, those savings could add up quickly. For example, you spend $25.33 at the grocery store and use your debit card to pay. Your bank (or app) will round that number up to $26.00 and transfer .67 into your account of choice. It’s too easy not to participate!

There are many other ways to be a better saver, but it’s best to start simple and small. Overwhelming yourself with how much you need/want to save and with many ways of saving, might cause the opposite to happen. Remember, you have a house to pay for and all the other expenses that come with it. Be conscious of your financial situation and be diligent with your savings strategy and you’ll be on the road to being a savings master.

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