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Energy Monitors: Seeing is Believing — and Saving - 10/28/11 07:50 AM
Posted on October 28, 2011 by Amy Mullen RE/MAX Energy monitors make managing your power consumption enjoyable and easy to do. And we’re using energy today! BRR! The Prius Effect in your living room Researchers have shown that the well-known hybrid car saves energy for two reasons: It efficiently uses both gasoline and electric power, and it also provides a display screen that lets drivers track their real-time MPG efficiency. Various environmental reports have suggested that home-based energy monitors have the same effect–keeping an eye on the display screens encourages savings of up to 10% of a home’s heating and cooling (3 comments)
That’s right! Stop in the open house this Sunday at noon to 1:30pm and enter to win a free frozen turkey! One less thing to do before Thanksgiving and check out this adorable renovated bungalow in Sudbury. Motivated seller and there’s nothing to do but MOVE IN! Complete with huge private back yard, garage, central a/c, wood stove and hardwoods! Share this: Email Digg Print Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Press This (2 comments)
Story Telling at “Come Share Your Spirit” Open House ▶ A long time resident of Ware tells some of his childhood stories at the Come Share Your Spirit Open House at 12 Cottage Street in Ware. His family purchased the house in 1938. For a full video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-fT6otZrl0 We had a fantastic time with our guests and invite you to come see this beautiful Victorian for yourself! 11 rooms, 6 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with a stunning front entrance staircase, fireplace, pocket doors and hardwoods throughout. Modernized with blown-in insulation, pellet stove and new furnace. There is also a (0 comments)
Don't forget! Special open house this week! - 10/16/11 08:44 AM
Posted on October 16, 2011 by Amy Mullen RE/MAX Come enjoy an evening of spirits and tales with the Ware Historical Society and RE/MAX Professional Associates as we combine an open house with Researchers Dale Platenik and Audra Zobriski Pierce. Audra will be discussing the Victorian Spiritualist Movement and Victorian Spirit Photography. Dale will be discussing the reading of the tarot cards Resources will be available for researching an antique home such as 12 Cottage Street which was built in 1855 and its history…is a mystery. Home will be available for viewing during the evening with a full tour at 6:45 (0 comments)
▶ Leslie Houssan is a Pampered Chef extraordinaire in Worcester County. She is up to date on the latest and greatest for all things in your kitchen! Give Leslie a call and she’ll fill you in. You can reach her at 774-276-0205, email@example.com or www.pamperedchef.biz/4lesliehoussan. Here is a sample of what she can share with you: “Greasy, expensive takeout food will be a thing of the past when you invest in these kitchen workhorses! Prepare easy, delicious recipes at only $2 a serving* your family will love.” For a full video link: http://amymullenremax.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/small-business-sunday-video-blog-going-to-straight-to-your-belly/ Share this: Email Digg Print Facebook Reddit (0 comments)
Left behind... - 10/15/11 04:11 PM
Reaching out to see if we can get this done! :) I have a landlord client in Worcester that is cleaning up after some tenants who just moved out. It was been discovered that they left behind a one year old male, unfixed, cat. He is very friendly and scared. Currently dining on peanut butter and cornflakes. We have called many shelters and they are full. Transportation can be arranged and the landlord will put in a $25 gift card to Pet Smart for the person who will give the cat a home. No charge for the cat. Can you help? (5 comments)
Costs of Adding a Fireplace - 10/14/11 07:59 AM
Everyone loves a fireplace…especially as we start the winter season here in New England but there is cost. Luckily there is still a tax credit too! Installing a wood-burning, gas-burning, gel-fuel, or electric fireplace to your house costs $400 to $10,000, depending on the type of fireplace you select. If your budget is really tight, a free-standing gel-fuel or electric fireplace eliminates installation costs. But be aware that some bare-bones alternatives don’t completely succeed in mimicking a real wood fire. Check local building codes for possible restrictions on the types of fireplaces that can be installed in your area. Costs of (0 comments)
Get burnt for a good cause! - 10/12/11 09:58 PM
Check out the chili on a fall day and help raise money for the Kingsbrook Equine Rescue! As an added bonus – I will donate to the rescue from the client that signs up and closes with me from this blog post!
9 Unexpected Energy (and Money) Savers - 10/07/11 07:13 AM
Here are a few surprising and simple ways to cut your energy bill this season since the temps have dropped so low the last few nights…we are getting our first taste of the winter season. I found this list and thought it was a nice quick way to save some energy without having to reconstruct the house. I am a fan of the last one! Put lamps in the corners: Did you know you can switch to a lower wattage bulb in a lamp or lower its dimmer switch and not lose a noticeable amount of light? It’s all about placement. (6 comments)
Price Drop!!! - 10/03/11 01:17 PM
Posted on October 3, 2011 by Amy Mullen RE/MAX Amazing short sale buying opportunity on the north side of Framingham with a $15k price drop today! This is a great location with top shelf renovations *mostly* done. Check out the pictures and the video and then let me know when you want to see it in person. The hand tiled master bath is a great picture to look at…don’t pass by the inlay tile in the master bedroom either http://325elmstreet.epropertysites.com/ Share this: Email Digg Print Facebook Reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Press This Like this: Like Be the first to like this (1 comments)
Small Business Sunday…Home Care Veterinary Service - 10/02/11 10:02 AM
This is such a great concept and Dr. Cindy McGinn D.V.M. does it with care and professionalism. Dr. McGinn is a traveling vet in the greater Worcester area to fill the need of pet owners who are unable to bring their animals into a traditional vet office. Dr. McGinn will come to your home to treat your animals – even on a Saturday! She serves the greater Worcester area and I hope you pass this link along to someone who needs her services.
She can be reached at 508-450-8727 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Video below – let’s hear it for Cindy! (for (0 comments)
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