Jane Cheetham's Blog

Posted on 04/19/2021
Can an Outdoor Kitchen Make Your Home More Appealing to Buyers?
Photo by toddpharistx via Pixabay Today's home buyers are looking for ways to maximize their space and their enjoyment of that space. While having friends and family over to enjoy a meal out on the patio or a backyard BBQ has long been a favorite way of spending time with loved ones, it's frequently left the hosts separated...
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Posted on 04/12/2021
Banquet Style Outdoors: How to Show Off Your Entertainment Spread
Photo by Agung Pandit Wiguna from Pexels You see it in your favorite magazines -- or maybe on Pinterest. The ultimate outdoor dining and entertainment experience has elevated basic hosting to an art form, and you can use your existing set up to create a truly spectacular experience for your family and your guests. Follow the tips below...
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Posted on 04/08/2021
Grafton, MA Real Estate Market Update 4/8/2021
Click here to view Grafton, MA blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 04/05/2021
Moving to a Larger Home
Image by Konstantin L from Shutterstock After living in a small apartment or crowded house, you might be dreaming of having more space, a bigger closet, or just one more bathroom to ease the clutter and closeness. When is a larger home the answer? Before making the leap to more square footage, consider all the factors that fill...
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Posted on 03/29/2021
Things Your Real Estate Agent Should be Doing for You
Photo by Benjaminrobyn Jespersen on Unsplash Real estate agents sell homes -- but the agent you choose should offer you a comprehensive lineup of services and assistance. If your agent is just a "set it and forget it" seller, you're missing out on the level of service you deserve. Ask any prospective agent about what they have to...
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Posted on 03/23/2021
Sutton, MA Real Estate Market Update 3/23/2021
Click here to view Sutton, MA blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 03/22/2021
Options for Selling a Home with Water Damage
Photo by Monkey Business Images via Shutterstock After a significant storm or catastrophic event, you may determine that moving to a different climate is right for your household. The question becomes, do you repair all the damage to your home before you sell it, or do you offer it “as is” so that the buyer takes on that...
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Posted on 03/15/2021
3 Easy Home Improvement Ideas
Image by ZandersDirect from Pixabay Home improvement is something we all strive for, but many of us never really follow through with completing that goal. With the hectic lives that we live, it’s hard to find time to make those important upgrades to your home. However, home improvement doesn’t always have to be hard and time-consuming. Add Some...
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Posted on 03/08/2021
Minimize Your Output and Still Have a Beautiful Garden
Photo by Manfred Richter via PixabayIf you're like many homeowners who are busy with work and family obligations, you love the thought of your outdoor living space serving as a personal sanctuary during the occasional moments when you manage to get some downtime. However, it may also be true that the time you spend in your yard and...
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Posted on 03/07/2021
Grafton, MA Real Estate Market Update 3/7/2021
Click here to view Grafton, MA blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 03/01/2021
Easy-to-Grow Herbs You Can Plant Indoors
Photo by Suzy Hazelwood from Pexels If having freshly grown herbs at the tip of your fingertips appeals to you, growing an indoor herb garden is right up your alley. There are many flavorful herbs that you can easily grow indoors. The following are a few of the herbs that are most conducive to an indoor growth environment:...
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Posted on 02/22/2021
House Flipping Loans: Key Factors to Keep in Mind
Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels The golden rule of house flipping states that entrepreneurs should never pay over 70% of a property’s value after subtracting the cost of renovations and associated fees. Known as the “70 Percent Rule,” it sets a standard for improving the chances of turning a profit even if unexpected financial challenges arise. Few...
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