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Posted by New World Realty on 9/24/2018

This Condo in North Attleboro, MA recently sold for $265,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by - New World Realty.

140 Commonwealth Ave, North Attleboro, MA 02763


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Beautiful 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom townhouse located in Blackinton Commons. Perfect for commuters, just minutes from the highway. First floor features a half bath, dining area, living room, and kitchen with gorgeous granite countertops. Second floor boasts a large guest bedroom with vaulted ceilings and a full guest bathroom. The master suite has cathedral ceilings, double closets, and a full bathroom. Laundry is located on the second floor of the unit.

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Posted by New World Realty on 9/23/2018

While excess moisture and humidity in your basement may seem like more of an annoyance than a serious problem, you might be surprised at the potential consequences of ignoring it. Two negative outcomes, for example, are mold growth and the possibility of foundation damage. Mold Growth: Mold, which tends to grow and thrive in moist environments, is both an eyesore and a potential health hazard. Not everyone is allergic to mold spores, but those who are can experience a variety of uncomfortable symptoms, ranging from eye irritation and sneezing to skin rashes and asthma attacks. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, "The key to mold control is moisture control." In the case of plumbing leaks or flooding, fast action is necessary to prevent mold growth. The E.P.A recommends that affected areas be dried out within 24 to 48 hours. Prevention and Control Tactics

  1. Rain gutters on your house can help divert water away from your foundation, which is one factor in preventing basement leaks and excess moisture. When rain gutters are not working properly, it's usually the result of one or two things: 1) clogs caused by leaves and other debris, and 2) downspouts which fail to direct water far enough from the house. Diverting water away from your home can also help protect your foundation from premature cracking of crumbling. Although rain gutters need to be cleaned once or twice a year, there are low maintenance products available which let the rain water in, but keep the leaves out.
  2. Sump pumps: An essential device for wet basements is a sump pump -- preferably the kind that work during extreme weather conditions and power outages. Those are the conditions under which homeowners need a working sump pump the most!
  3. Basement waterproofing solutions: Depending on the extent of your water seepage problem, you may want to consult a basement waterproofing service. Since prices, warranties, and services may vary quite a bit from one company to the next, it would be wise to get a few estimates. Basement waterproofing companies may recommend several options, such as exterior excavation, the installation of new drainage tiles and French drains, and the application of a waterproof membrane on the outside of foundation walls. Interior work may involve the creation of a drainage trench around the perimeter of the basement and the installation of drainage tiles or piping to channel excess water to a sump pump. So as you can imagine, basement waterproofing can be quite expensive. That's why the best strategy is usually a preventative one.
  4. Damage control: One way to help prevent or minimize damage to your home from leaking water pipes or malfunctioning appliances is to have an automatic shutoff mechanism installed in your plumbing system. By detecting and responding to reductions in water pressure, it can turn off water flow at specific locations to keep flooding and property damage to an absolute minimum.
Other than doing everything you can to divert rainwater away from your foundation and being ready to respond to plumbing accidents, another method for controlling moisture is to install a dehumidifier in your basement. A local appliance outlet or large hardware store should be able to recommend a good, reasonably priced dehumidifier for your needs.

Posted by New World Realty on 9/19/2018

23 Chestnut, North Attleboro, MA 02760



Type of Comm.
Lot Size
Handy downtown location for business offices and operations including over 2000 feet of warehouse space. 2 auto overhead doors for truck access and plenty of employee parking Conference rooms and 2 half baths.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by New World Realty on 9/17/2018

81 Brown St, Attleboro, MA 02703



Approx. GLA
Check out this recently updated 2-family home, located just a short drive from all of the amenities of Route 1 & Route 1A. First unit is the entire first floor, with 2 bedrooms and 1 full bathroom. Second unit is two floors, with the attic being finished off for extra living space. This unit contains 3-4 bedrooms, and 1 full bathroom. Washer and dryer hookups in the bathroom of the 2nd unit. Washer and dryer hookups in the basement for the 1st unit. Both units have their own private entrance, and their own driveways. They also both have access to the basement. 1st floor gas heating system installed 2006.
Open House
September 23 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 81 Brown St, Attleboro, MA 02703    Get Directions

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Categories: New Homes  

Posted by New World Realty on 9/16/2018

Whether you’re a new homeowner or have owned your home for a few years, there’s always much to learn when it comes to understanding mortgages. Depending on your financial status and your long-term plans, it may make sense to either make larger payments or to refinance your home loan.

Today, we’ll tackle some of those difficult “what if?” questions, helping you decide when to refinance, when to keep your payments stable, and when you might want to increase your monthly mortgage payments.

What are the benefits of refinancing?

We’ve all heard about the benefits of refinancing when under financial stress. For things like student loans and credit card debt, refinancing is often a debtor’s only choice. However, with home loans, the allure of refinancing may not always be a good fit for you.

If your plan is to refinance to get lower mortgage payments each month, you should first question if it will be worth it on the long run, which might amount to you paying more in interest. To avoid paying more in interest, refinance after you’ve accomplished important financial milestones, such as increasing your credit score which makes you a lower risk client to banks.  

When does it make sense to pay more?

The benefits of paying off your mortgage in a shorter period of time are obvious. It means less time making payments, and less money spent on interest.  

However, depending on your mortgage, you might be better off investing your savings in something that will give you a larger return. Investments in a retirement fund, for example, are likely to pay off to a larger degree in the long term. To do the math, simply calculate the savings you would earn on by cutting your mortgage interest and weigh that against projected gains in retirement funds.

None of us can predict the future. Stocks rise and fall, people get laid off from their job due to fluctuations in the economy, and so on. These factors make it difficult to determine whether you should invest. So we encourage you to do your homework when it comes to investments so that you have the best chance of succeeding.  

Changing lenders

Your relationship with your lender will likely be a long one, so you want to make sure it’s one you’re comfortable with and that they are giving you reasonable rates. Now that you’re secure and living in your you have time to shop around for the best rates.

Be sure to ask lenders for good faith estimates and compare applicable fees. Ask friends and neighbors about their experience with lenders and read online reviews to get a better idea of what type of customer experience can expect.

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