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Posted by Deborah Byrne on 8/7/2017

If youíre in the process of moving, you donít necessarily need to hire a moving company. Hiring movers is only one option of many when it comes to getting your stuff from place to place. If you want to save some money on your move, you should check out alternatives to hiring movers.  


Containers


If you donít want to drive your own moving truck, but still could use some assistance on your move, you should take a look at container moving. You fill up the container with all of your stuff, and the company will get the container from place to place for you. This is especially helpful if you are doing a long-distance move.


Self-Service


You can always rent your own truck, pack your own stuff, and head out the door on your own. Youíll pay for gas and mileage, but have control of your own timeframe. Moving companies often have many different resources available to help you in the process including boxes and packing supplies. National companies provide convenient truck returns over most parts of the country where youíll be, so itís easy to get the truck back. 


Ship Your Stuff


If you happen to be moving a long distance, sometimes, itís more cost effective to let the big stuff go. Ship items like clothes, books, DVDs, and other personal belongings that canít easily be replaced. Sell big items like beds and sofas. 


You can use many different kinds of shipping services, or even use air cargo to get your things from one place to another. While youíll need to purchase some furniture when you get to your final destination, this could be a good option, especially if youíre looking to start over, or if you donít own a whole lot of furniture and large items.


Use Your Car


Your car is always an option to help you move no matter where you are moving to. Whether youíre moving across the country or just across town, youíll probably need to pack your car. Itís also a lot of fun to have your car for a road trip on long distances. This way, youíll have a lot of stuff with you, but you can still travel and see many things that you wouldnít have seen otherwise.


Tips For Packing The Car


You want to be able to get the maximum packing space out of your car for the move, no matter how far youíre going. First, you should plan how youíll pack ahead of time. You donít want to save the task of packing the car for moving day. Also, you need to make sure that there will be room for every living thing that needs to go into the car like children and pets. Those are important and you definitely donít want them all squished in between some boxes during a long move!




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Posted by Deborah Byrne on 7/31/2017

Keeping your Closet organized can be a huge headache. Thereís so many components to a closet that it can be hard to tell where to start in the space to create that sense of organization that youíre looking for. With a few of these tips, you can become an organizational wizard! The problem is that we need to know how to organize. If weíre not taught how to organize our own space, we have to learn it somehow! Keep that messy closet at bay and try these suggestions for a well-equipped and organized closet: Use The Spaces You Have The backs of doors are brilliant places to maximize your storage. By using simple pieces that you can purchase at the hardware store, you can make a closet space of your own on the back of a door. You can attach containers and hooks for storage on the door, ensuring enough room for clearance. This is a great place to keep all of your things that you may need to get ready for the next day like outfits, makeup and other essential items for your morning routine. Use The Floor The floor is a great place to store all of your shoes. Since dirt and mud often accumulate on your shoes, the floor of the closet is a great place for them to keep the rest of the house clean and free of mud. Use a tray to keep the dirt at bay inside the closet and keep your shoes organized. Color Code And Label You can actually color code your hangers to group your clothing by season or occasion, the choice is up to you. This can help you to always be able to find that piece of clothing that gets lost in the abyss of your closet. Youíll also always know what you have. Youíll also be able to see what you donít wear more easily so youíll be able to get rid of those pieces of clothing. By labeling bins that are stored in your closet, youíll always know whatís in them and never have to rummage through a bunch of bins to find what youíre looking for. When it comes to using plastic containers, the see-through versions are often best. Even when youíre labeling boxes, being able to physically see what is in each container is an added bonus. Consider Using A Dresser In order to maximize your storage space and organization, consider keeping a dresser inside of the closet. You can label the drawers and have the ability to know what each drawer holds. Even shelving or a bookcase can be helpful in maximizing your storage space inside of an otherwise small closet. Hooks Are Your Friend Although we already talked about placing hooks on the backs of doors, hooks really can be useful anywhere when it comes to closet storage. Place hooks on the inside walls of the closet for additional hanging space for items like purses and bags.





Posted by Deborah Byrne on 7/28/2017

This Condo in Woburn, MA recently sold for $210,000. This Mid-Rise style home was sold by Deborah Byrne - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Somerville.


74 Beach, Woburn, MA 01801

Condo

$200,000
Price
$210,000
Sale Price

4
Rooms
1
Beds
1
Baths
OWNER WILL ENTERTAIN OFFERS FROM $200,000 TO $215,876. This unit is lovely and recently renovated. Newer beautiful granite eat in kitchen with island and matching granite kitchen table. This great condo offers an open spacious layout with gleaming hardwood floors and a great updated bathroom. Also there is plenty of closet space with an additional storage unit in the basement and there is laundry in the building. Unit is currently being rented for $1500 a month expiring in July. First showing at the open house Sunday 6/4 from 2:30-4. All offers are due by Monday 6/5 at 5 pm. Why pay rent make this adorable affordable unit your home.

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Posted by Deborah Byrne on 7/26/2017

This Single-Family in Boxford, MA recently sold for $645,000. This Cape style home was sold by Deborah Byrne - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Somerville.


31 Hillside Rd, Boxford, MA 01921

East Boxford

Single-Family

$649,900
Price
$645,000
Sale Price

9
Rooms
4
Beds
3
Baths
Beautifully remodeled light & bright expanded Cape located one of the quietest streets in East Boxford. The current owners have taken great care to ensure that all of the qualities that a discerning buyer would want are complete. The results are truly pleasing. Cooks kitchen w/top of the line Kitchenaid SS appliances. 36" gas range, center island and ample cabinets with gorgeous quartz countertops. Three zone Bose sound system wired into the 1st floor including the screened in porch overlooking the beautiful backyard. This private serene property is filled with mature plantings, colorful flowerbeds, as well as a nice flat lawn area for sports. Expansive 1st floor master w/en suite bath and walk in closet. The 2nd floor boasts 3 well sized bedrooms and a playroom with plenty of versatility & space for all. Lower level features a mudroom, pantry and large fire placed bonus room. You'll adore the gleaming hardwood floors, bright sunlight and updates throughout this home. Not to be missed!

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Posted by Deborah Byrne on 7/26/2017

This Single-Family in Revere, MA recently sold for $435,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Deborah Byrne - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Somerville.


61 Grandview Ave, Revere, MA 02151

Single-Family

$399,000
Price
$435,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
*Owner will entertain offers from $399,000 to $448,876* This beautiful home is lovely and better than the rest! Location is incredible, bus stop at end of the street goes directly to Malden Station, Orange Line. This awesome home was completely renovated in 2005 with an addition of a 2nd flor! Exterior of this gem has beautiful mature trees with private oversized deck with a Jacuzzi. The interior layout is open and spacious with beautiful hardwood floors. Lovely designer kitchen with granite and Island. 2 full baths with gas heat 2 zones and central ac 2 zones. The master bedroom is awesome with walk in closets cathedral ceilings and skylights with full bath off master bedroom.

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