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Posted by Realty Vision on 12/12/2017

This Condo in Clinton, MA recently sold for $80,000. This Garden style home was sold by - Realty Vision.


29 Berlin Street, Clinton, MA 01510

Condo

$82,500
Price
$80,000
Sale Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Why rent when you can own this 1st floor unit at Clinton Place for less than you would pay for a rental there. Good condition throughout with recent engineered wood floors. Laundry on premises. Great commuter location with easy access to Rt. 62 and 495. Close to park. Would also make great investment property. Currently rented, notice required.






Tags: Clinton   Real Estate   01510   Condo  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Realty Vision on 12/12/2017


436 Neck Road, Lancaster, MA 01523

Multi-Family

$200,000
Price

3
Units
2,252
Approx. GLA
Legal three family home, currently vacant and selling to settle estate. 4+ acres, however not dividable due to frontage. Three sewer betterments already paid for and can be connected to town sewer. Needs work, but great location and potential. Call for showing.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Realty Vision on 12/9/2017


136 Water, Clinton, MA 01510

Rental

$950
Price

3
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
Great single level living. Clean and neat 3 room apartment in convenient location, within walking distance to park and downtown. Call for showing.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Clinton   Real Estate   Rental   01510  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Realty Vision on 12/7/2017


67 Francis Street, Worcester, MA 01606

Greendale

Multi-Family

$229,000
Price

2
Units
1,638
Approx. GLA
2 unit in nice Greendale neighborhood conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, bus route and highway access. Being sold as is (furnace needs replacement/repairs) and subject to Probate Court approval. Showings begin on Saturday, December 9th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Realty Vision on 12/7/2017

Getting a new dog is every child's dream. But dogs aren't just great for the kids, they can be a great companion for an individual or a couple in their new home, or as a way to cope with empty nest syndrome when the kids leave. Whether you buy a puppy or adopt a dog in need of a good home, you'll need to do a lot of training. One of the first mistakes dog owners make is to think that training is something you only need to do until your dog learns the rules. However, training is an ongoing process that will help build your relationship with your dog and keep you both happy. If you're thinking about bringing home a new dog, follow these home training tips to make sure your dog understands the rules of the house and can stay out of trouble.

Have a house meeting

Before bringing your new dog home you're going to want everyone in your home to be on the same page about rules for the dog. Dogs are very intelligent and malleable creatures, but they will learn best and be less confused if everyone is teaching them the same behavior. That means if there's a "no dogs on the couch" rule, everyone needs to enforce it. Similarly, the commands you use for your dog should all be the same within the house. If one member of the family calls the dog by saying "come" and another says "here, boy" they will probably eventually get the idea, but the best approach is for everyone to use the same words, especially when the dog is first learning.

Setting some rules

So you have your new dog... congratulations! Now comes the hard part: not babying them and letting them have their way all the time. You need to teach your dog to respect you and your home. That does not mean your dog should fear you. In fact, having a dog that is afraid of you can lead to many problems including disobedience and aggression towards you and other people. To build trust and respect with your dog it will talk a lot of work (and treats) on your part. Here are some important training tips for training a dog in your home. FOOD As a dog's most important resource, food and water routines are central to training your dog. Dogs are creatures of habit and should be fed at the same time every day. To build good habits, make your dog sit while to give them their food and ten call them over to eat. This will teach them that you are in control and that you can be trusted with their food source. When it comes to table food, avoid getting in the habit of letting your dog eat food that was on your plate. It may seem like a waste, but it is in the best interest of you and your dog to stick to just dog food for the pup. FURNITURE  You may be tempted to let your dog jump up on the couch or bed with you, but by doing so you're giving them permission to show dominance. Get a comfy dog bed or crate for your dog where they will feel at home. This will teach them that you're the boss and help save your furniture from messes. BED TIME It's tempting to let your dog hop up on your bed with you at night to sleep like a cat might. But in doing so, you might be setting yourself up for having a dog who is overprotective of you and pushy when it comes to where he can be. Your dog's crate or dog bed are both safer places for him to be and will help lessen separation anxiety overnight.  




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