Homes of Distinction Realty

Posted by Homes of Distinction Realty on 11/9/2019

415 S Main St, Sharon, MA 02067



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Posted by Homes of Distinction Realty on 5/24/2019

This Single-Family in Northbridge, MA recently sold for $389,900. This Contemporary style home was sold by - Homes of Distinction Realty.

43 Quaker St, Northbridge, MA 01534


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Showings start Sunday, 3/24 12:00-2:00 on this beautifully updated, immaculate condition contemporary on 3 acres located on a designated scenic road. Amazing open floor plan with bamboo flooring throughout (except baths). Kitchen has updated cabinets and stainless appliances. Dining area has sliders that lead to enclosed porch that could be converted into additional living area. Living room has floor to ceiling fieldstone fireplace with a Harman pellet stove. Both bedrooms have walk in closets. Master bath. Spiral staircase leads to loft area and could be used as a 3rd bedroom if walls were closed. It has a walk in closet and rough plumbing for a bath. First floor laundry. 1 car garage under. All new in 2012 - 3 bedroom septic system, roof, gutters, front door, bamboo flooring, well pump, well tank, ph balancer/water filter, driveway and pellet stove. Kitchen and baths updated in 2012 as well. New siding and deck flooring in 2016. Replacement windows. Recent heating system. Cool house!

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Posted by Homes of Distinction Realty on 5/17/2019

This Condo in Foxboro, MA recently sold for $522,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by - Homes of Distinction Realty.

51 Chestnut Street, Foxboro, MA 02035


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Full/Half Baths
NEW CONSTRUCTION TOWNHOUSE: Just one unit left! The unit listed here is by far the highest quality and one of the best prices per square foot of all the new construction in Foxboro. This high quality builder pays attention to detail and throws in the intangible items that are unique. For example, Enter into a spacious foyer with 9 foot ceilings throughout the first floor. Beautiful solid oak floors throughout the first floor. The open and spacious kitchen has granite counters and stainless steel appliances and a large pantry of the kitchen. The living area has a spectacular gas fireplace and the open floor plan is great for entertaining. Large master bedroom with a walk-in closet and private bathroom. Two other large bedrooms and the laundry room are also located on the second floor. The home is located within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. In the late fall and winter you’ll have a picturesque water view.

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Posted by Homes of Distinction Realty on 4/18/2019

The success of any building project depends on the builder. Therefore, it is critical you ask the right questions before choosing your property builder. An ideal property builder will carry you along on every stage of the project, use quality suppliers, and employ experienced tradespeople. 

When you make a wrong choice, you end up frustrated with lengthy delays, financial disputes, cracking pipes, leaking pipes, and other pressing issues. In some cases, the project could be left unfinished. To avoid all these unnecessary headaches, try asking your property builder some of the essential questions below:

1. Are you licensed? Unlicensed builders can be cheaper but with the savings come the danger of insufficient building protection.

2. Can you show recent models of your work? It is critical to check out the past projects of the property builder to determine their suitability for your building project. Property builders who are proud of their work will be eager to show off their past successes.

3. Are you fully insured? Property builders must be insured. It is essential to make sure your property builder has the appropriate financial protection in case of any unplanned occurrence. 

4. How much experience do you have? Asking about the level of experience your property builder has will ensure that you know if the builder you're hiring is well-established.

5. How do I pay you? Always ask how payments should be made to avoid future financial disagreements. It is better to set the expectation in advance rather than paying a considerable amount upfront.

6. Who will supervise the work? The role of an on-site supervisor is very vital to the project running smoothly. 

7. Do you have any other jobs you are working on presently? If the builder is engaged somewhere else, it could affect your work. Therefore, this question must be asked to avoid situations that may affect the project adversely. 

8. How long will it take? It is a good idea to set up a time frame for the completion of the project. Though complex buildings may not always run as scheduled, setting a time frame helps the project to move at a faster pace. Apart from setting a time frame for completion, there must be a progress milestone as the work progresses.

Avoid the hassles that come with hiring a shoddy property builder, keep these questions close by so you’re one step closer to working with the right person on your next project.

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Posted by Homes of Distinction Realty on 3/22/2019

Many laws govern land ownership, and it is vital to know about the processes and rights of landowners so that you can avoid the risk of partaking in an illegal sale or getting involved in a scam. Before you can transfer the rights to a property, it is critical to know some facts about land titles.

What is a ‘Land Title’?

A land title is a formal document that shows what rights a person or group of people have over a piece of property. A land title is generally used to prove ownership of the property. It can also help a potential buyer to know what exactly is going on with their land such as the usage rights, natural resource rights, easements, existing liens and other rights that may not be obvious at a glance. If a property title does not bear the name of the seller, there is a chance that it may belong to another party.

Most local courthouses keep property records of a county and record all forms of land transfers that happen in that region. Whenever there is a dispute over a piece of land, a land title will provide clarity regarding ownership and other usage rights.

When considering land titles, here are some essential facts to know:

A Title is Not the Same as a Deed

A deed is a document that is used to transfer a land title from one person to another. The deed states all the terms of the land transfer and all the people involved. The local country office must have a notarized copy of a deed agreement before the title can reflect the changes in ownership. 

A Title Proves Ownership

During a legal argument, the key document that the court refers to when determining the real ownership of a property is the land title. The absence of a title means that the court will not acknowledge any contract or deed related to the property.

Property Owners Should Secure Their Land Titles

If you lose your original land title, it will cause a lot of complications for you in the future. It is best to store land titles and other property ownership documents in a safe place like a bank safety deposit box or fireproof home safe. Having quick access to your land title will help to make land negotiations easier.

Title Searches Help to Reveal Potential Problems

During a title search, the investigator will peruse many years of documentation to make sure that everything is right with the property. A title search can protect a potential buyer from paying the wrong party for a property, buying a property with unresolved tax payments or liens that can invalidate land ownership transactions.

If you’re looking to purchase land in your area, talk to your real estate agent about the best property for your needs.

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