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This Condo in Malden, MA recently sold for $358,500. This Townhouse style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


41 Rocky Nook, Malden, MA 02148

Forestdale

Condo

$319,900
Price
$358,500
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful well-maintained townhouse located in the much sought after Ledgewood Estates. Features include gorgeous wood laminate flooring throughout, sun-filled living room, modern 1/2 bath, open dining area with updated Pella sliding door leading to private patio and overlooking large back yard, modern kitchen with newer appliances, plenty of closet space, huge master bedroom with double closet w/organizer unit and great 2nd bedroom w/closet organizer. Updated full bath with washer/dryer hook-up. Updates are numerous and consist of vinyl siding, newer roof, newer windows, newer hot water tank and new heating system w/central air conditioning. Complex is pet friendly and features an indoor in-ground pool and clubhouse. Deeded parking and plenty of guest parking available. Minutes to Oak Grove train station and Malden's vibrant downtown restaurants and Boda Borg entertainment!

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This Single-Family in Malden, MA recently sold for $535,000. This Cape style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


21 Blantyre Rd, Malden, MA 02148

Forestdale

Single-Family

$519,900
Price
$535,000
Sale Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained Cape Cod home in much sought after Forestdale location. First floor features a large living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, half bath, office (or 3rd bedroom) and lovely fireplaced family room with bamboo flooring and radiant heat. Second floor features two large bedrooms with many built-ins and a large full bath. Access the lovely deck from the family room or kitchen which lead to parking, detached garage, solar heated in-ground pool and lots of space for fun with family and friends. Many updates include a newer roof (2010), updated electric, new heating system in 2016 and replacement Pella windows in all except basement windows in 2016. Please see Special Showing Instructions.

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This Single-Family in Saugus, MA recently sold for $290,000. This Cottage,Bungalow style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


1 Elaine Ave, Saugus, MA 01906

Single-Family

$285,900
Price
$290,000
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
This charming and affordable bungalow/cottage located in a quiet neighborhood has much to offer. Spend warm summer evenings hanging on your screened in front porch overlooking your private landscaped yard. Come fall, venture inside to warm by your fireplace in the spacious living room that offers plenty of natural light. Love tinkering, then the homes garage will sure to please. Lots of off street parking. While needing some updates, this move in ready home offers freshly painted walls and hardwood floors. First show at open houses Sat. 6/17 12:30-2:00 and Sunday 6/18 11:00-12:30.

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This Condo in Belmont, MA recently sold for $820,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Office Century 21 Bond - CENTURY 21 Bond Realty, Inc..


19 ash st, Belmont, MA 02478

Condo

$789,000
Price
$820,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Stunning 3 bedroom 3.5 bath townhouse with modern open floor plan. Have your choice of 2nd or 3rd floor master suites. Gourmet kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances and beautiful granite countertops; 2nd floor laundry, private deeded yard space, and french drain system. Located in a quite private street and convenient to transportation, shops, parks and more. THIS IS ENTRY ONLY LISTING. No showings until first open house (6/3/17 12:30-2:30PM). offers if any, please send by Tuesday 12pm (06/06/2017). All Escrow will be held by seller attorney: : Law Offices of Sonja B.Selami P.C

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You could easily spend one thousand dollars to furniture your living room or bedroom. The costs of furnishing a home is so pricey that some people buy a house, rent furniture or sleep on a mattress for months. They don't buy new furniture until they get a promotion or raise at work.

Getting tempting to furnish your home on credit

Furniture retailers are paying attention. Several years ago, furniture retailers started running television commercials that advertised payment plans people living on tight budgets could afford. What was and still is attractive about these plans is that they are interest free for several months.

Over the years, the amount of time that furniture plans go interest free has lengthened. Today it's possible to furnish your entire home on credit without paying interest for more than a year. It sounds good, but there are catches to furnishing your home on credit.

Look out for these catches when furnishing your home on credit

  • Getting into the habit of only sending in minimum monthly payments will likely ensure that you end up paying loads of interest on the back end of the plan. When that interest is compounded, you could end up paying more than twice for the furniture than you intended or thought that you would pay.
  • Just because the furniture repayment plan is interest free, that doesn't mean that you won't have to pay late fees if you're as much as one day late with a single payment.
  • Should the furniture get damaged after it's delivered to your home, you could be responsible for repairing or replacing the furniture. This is a reason why you should inspect new furniture as soon as it arrives. Really look the furniture over and report any damages or defects to the furniture retailer as soon as possible.
  • Penalties could be added onto your repayment plan if it isn't paid off before the interest free portion of the plan ends.
  • Because you know that your furniture repayment plan only requires you to send in $50 or so each month, you could buy new products or services. If you don't repay all of the money owed on the furniture in time and the monthly payments triple, you could get into a financial bind.

Choosing to furnish your home on credit puts new furniture within your reach. However, it's not a given. Furniture companies will generally check your credit before they approve you for an interest free repayment plan. You need to have a history of demonstrating that you are financially responsible. Even more, although the repayment plans are interest free, you could get hit with late fees and late penalties.

Worst of all, you could think that by making the minimum payments, you'll pay for the furniture before the contract ends. You could deceive yourself into believing that you will never have to pay interest on the furniture. Get ahead of the repayment plan and make the furniture off as soon as you can. It's generally the only way that you'll really enjoy furnishing your home on credit without ever paying interest.




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