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Posted by Realty Vision on 11/23/2017

Planning to take your TV to your new home? For those who recently bought or sold a residence, you may have only a short period of time to pack your TV and other belongings and bring them to your new address. Fortunately, we're here to help you simplify the process of packing your TV for moving day.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to properly pack your TV.

1. Use the Right-Sized Box

If you saved the original box for your TV, you should use the box for moving day. That way, you can store your TV in a strong, durable box that offers maximum protection.

On the other hand, if you threw away the box for your TV, there's no need to worry. You should have no trouble finding a heavy-duty box that is big enough to hold your TV and will ensure your TV will be protected throughout your move.

In most instances, a double-wall corrugated box is ideal for a TV. Double-wall corrugated boxes are available in multiple sizes and are unlikely to get damaged or punctured while in transit.

2. Cover Your TV

Wrapping your TV in a soft blanket usually is a good idea. With this blanket in place, you can protect your TV's screen against scratches.

Also, don't forget to secure the blanket to your TV with rope or moving-grade shrink wrap. This will ensure the blanket will stay in place for the duration of your move.

If you can't find a suitable blanket to cover your TV, you can always substitute a blanket with bubble wrap. Cover your TV in bubble wrap and seal the ends with tape, and you're good to go.

3. Label and Secure the TV Box

Slide your TV into your moving box and keep it in an upright position. By doing so, you can avoid putting pressure on the TV screen – something that otherwise may cause permanent damage to your TV.

Before you seal the box that contains your TV, you'll want to add plenty of packing material. This will ensure your TV is firmly padded and won't tip or shift while you're on the go.

Finally, seal the box with packing tape and label it accordingly. Since your TV is sensitive, you'll want to label the box as "Fragile" as well.

If you need help packing your TV or other belongings, it often pays to hire a moving company. With a team of professional movers at your side, you can quickly and safely get all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Lastly, if you require extra assistance getting ready for moving day, don't hesitate to contact a real estate agent. In addition to helping you buy or sell a house, a real estate agent can put you in touch with the best moving companies in your area and guarantee that you can enjoy a fast, seamless transition to a new home.




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Posted by Realty Vision on 11/20/2017

This Single-Family in Sterling, MA recently sold for $235,000. This Ranch style home was sold by - Realty Vision.


45 Mellon Hollow Rd, Sterling, MA 01564

Single-Family

$239,900
Price
$235,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
1
Baths
Talk about convenience for highway access! It doesn't get much better than this as this 3 bedroom ranch is situated on a one acre wooded lot with easy access to Routes 190 & 12! Seller has completed updates to house include new tile flooring, new carpeting, freshly painted interior, new range, new range hood, new dishwasher! Kitchen updated with lovely white cabinets. Bathroom features new vanities! Large driveway with plenty of parking and walk out basement. Take a look, you should like the wood floors, fireplace & covered porch. Buyer responsible to verify all information since it was obtained from third party sources. This is a Fannie Mae Home Path Property. First Time Buyers may receive up to 3% closing costs assistance by completing the HomePath Ready Buyer Homeownership course on HomePath. "Restrictions Apply ". Special seller forms required with all offers.






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Posted by Realty Vision on 11/18/2017


9-11 Union Street, Clinton, MA 01510

Multi-Family

$315,000
Price

2
Units
3,450
Approx. GLA
Great investment opportunity or an owner-occupied that could help you with your mortgage. Large duplex with lots of updates. Recent heating systems and hot water heaters, replacement windows, and updated kitchens and baths. Laundry hook-ups on both sides. Plenty of off-street parking and fenced in lot. One unit is vacant and completely remodeled. Large sun-filled rooms with plenty of closet space. Don't miss this one!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by Realty Vision on 11/17/2017

This Single-Family in Clinton, MA recently sold for $231,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Realty Vision.


89 Orange St, Clinton, MA 01510

Single-Family

$219,900
Price
$231,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Be home for the holidays! This Clinton side street offers you this 3bdrm, 1.5 bath colonial just loaded with charm! Gleaming hardwood floors, NEW carpeting, NEW kitchen cabinets, NEW gas stove, enclosed porch, wood stove hearth and more. Did you smell the fresh paint when you walked in? Come check it out. Lots to offer here but at this price it won't last long. Buyer required to verify all information since it was obtained from 3rd party sources. As of this date __ 10/02/2017 ___ we have received multiple offers for this property. The Seller has requested the we notify all parties that they have until __ 12:00 PM (noon)__ on ___ 10/04/2017 __ to notify us of your highest and best offer. This information will be faxed to the seller and they will determine which buyer they will work with.

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Posted by Realty Vision on 11/16/2017

In the pre-internet era, furniture shopping was an all-day event. You would make room in the back of your vehicle and bring along bungee cords in case you decided on a purchase. Then you would spend hours walking around a massive warehouse, ultimately only liking a few items. Today, on the other hand, you can shop for furniture on your smartphone during your lunch break.

Online furniture shopping has its advantages and disadvantages. Pictures can be deceiving, so it’s sometimes difficult to buy an item solely on its online photo gallery. Oftentimes, a piece of furniture will look different online than it will in your home depending on the lighting and other furniture. Furthermore, if you’re buying a sofa or recliner that you’re going to use daily, you’re going to want to feel the texture, and test the comfort level for yourself. In this article, we’re going to talk about some of the ups and downs of shopping for furniture online. And, we’ll give you some tips to improve your overall shopping experience.

Use the internet as a time saver for household furniture shopping

When it comes to furniture shopping, the internet can save you time in multiple ways. If you’re shopping for a simple side table or throw rug, you might not need to see the item in person before you buy.

For bigger items like sofas and chairs, the internet can still be a useful tool. First, find out what you’re looking for and use the right search terms. Furniture, like anything else, has its own set of vocabulary. Chesterfield, mid-century modern, sectionals… all of these are important search terms for when you’re looking for the perfect sofa.

Once you’ve narrowed down your search, you have two choices. You can take that information to your local furniture store and start shopping, or you can order online.

Buying furniture for your house online

There is a massive number of places to buy furniture online, and the list is constantly getting bigger. Here, we’ll break down some of the best places to shop online based on their different options, styles, and services.

  • Ikea. The unofficial king of online furniture shopping, Ikea makes affordable, modular, and modern furniture. With Ikea, you can browse items for any area of the house and of any size. If you’re lucky enough to have a brick and mortar store near you, you can browse the website or catalog and then go check it out in person.

  • Poppin. For all of your home office needs. Poppin offers customizable, modern desk and storage solutions. Their style tends to be sleek, minimal, and modern. But, as their name suggests, their furniture tends to pop with color.

  • Amazon, Overstock, Wayfair. These three web giants have a lot to offer at any price range. Be sure to read customer reviews carefully, as they will be a good indicator of quality.

  • Etsy. The rise of online shopping has given a boost to independent craftsmen and furniture makers. There are countless Etsy shops where you’ll find handcrafted, furniture that you won’t see anywhere else.




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