Crosscup Real Estate, Inc. | Kingston, MA Real Estate, Hanson, MA Real Estate



270 Main St, Hanson, MA 02341

Commercial

$1,100
Price

2
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
145,926.00
Lot Size
INDIAN HEAD PLAZA!Corner unit, next to Insurance Co and Post Office~ Centrally located on Route 27, next to Venus, with Hanson Post Office, insurance company, restaurant, cleaners,DOMINO'S, driving school, smoke shop, tailor, dance studio and more. Other units available*many renovations made to include excellent signage, A/C units, roofs and new paved lot* some "build-out" needed, but owner is great to work with and very versatile*Easy access to train and major routes. Back overlooks lake, with frontage*Call for additional details*Well established! This is a great unit for an office or retail. Call to negotiate your rent!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




This Commercial in Whitman, MA recently sold for $1,250. This style home was sold by Office Kingston - Crosscup Real Estate, Inc..


17 Buckley Ave, Whitman, MA 02382

Commercial

$1,250
Price
$1,250
Sale Price

0
Buildings
Commercial
Type of Comm.
20,282.00
Lot Size
Space metal building in commercial/industrial center available for immediate occupancy~open area, 1125 sf with one lav and 14x14 overhead door~3 phase electric, concrete floor, gas heat~area of contractors~Ample parking and convenient to train and all area amenities~tenant responsible for gas heat/electricity~New space in area of like businesses~If you require water other than "usual and regular use", owner will install separate water meter.




Your household appliances are among those most expensive items in your home. If you're looking to buy or sell a house having modern, stainless steel appliances can improve the aesthetic and increase the value of a home. If you're thinking about replacing old appliances, this guide will show you how to find the best deals without sacrificing quality.

Plan ahead

Many of us are of the mindset that we'll think about replacing appliances once they no longer work. This approach, however, leaves no time for planning and searching for the best deals. If your refrigerator stops working you don't want to end up walking around an appliance store at the mercy of their prices and selection, trying to buy a new one before the meat in your freezer thaws. Stay updated. If it's time to start thinking about replacing an appliance, give yourself time to look for deals. Sign up for email lists from appliance stores or set up price-drop alerts on sites like Amazon. Find the right brand. Even if you don't buy your appliances online, you should use the internet to find the right brand for your needs. Compare their models and prices so you'll know what to look out for when waiting for a good deal. Read the reviews. Your best friend when shopping for new appliances will be the customers who leave reviews of their experience on sites like Amazon and Best Buy. If an appliance is on sale at a great price but the reviews are poor, you might know why the company is trying to get rid of them quickly.

Read the fine print

If you're buying online, make sure you carefully read the shipping and returns policy. With a purchase as expensive as a washer or dryer, you want to make sure you know exactly how much you'll be paying. When it comes to guaranteeing the performance and lifespan of your appliances, there are protection plans offered by the store, manufacturer warranties, and even third-party companies who provide appliance insurance. Compare various stores' protection plans and various manufacturers' warranties to see which one fits your budget but also provides the best protection.

Get your timing right

Like any industry, the appliance industry operates on a calendar of new model releases and sales on older models. Around September and October companies tend to unveil their latest models and lower prices on the older models. To beat other deal hunters, shop on Thursday. That's the day many stores mark down sale items for the weekend rush. But you'll get there first. There are a number of holiday sales that stores participate in as well, such as Memorial Day, Labor Day, and President's Day. And, of course, there are the hectic Black Friday sales.

Don't judge a book by its cover

When it comes to appliances, appearance isn't everything. Manufacturers often try to up the appeal of appliances by giving them colorful paint jobs or other aesthetic features that don't affect the function of the appliance.   Now that you know how to get the best deals start searching and comparing prices. Don't forget to use the powers of negotiation and price-matching, and go find the home appliance of your dreams.  

Whether you’re moving in for the first time with your boyfriend or girlfriend or you’re moving in with a spouse, the thought of breaking up can be scary as far as your property is concerned. Even if you’re simply living with a roommate, rents are awfully high throughout most of the country. It’s difficult to make rent payments from month to month on your own. It’s helpful to live with another person, but what happens if and when you part ways? 


At best, living with another helps your to manage your finances and gives you some companionship. At the worst, living with someone can be one heck of a financial and emotional roller coaster. 


Whatever type of relationship you have aside, trying to figure out who is leaving the property and who is taking what can be a bit of a headache. Even when lawyers are involved, the process can get messy. There are a few different ways that the situation can be handled before you both need to go your separate ways.


Ideas For Coexisting


Many times, you may need to live in a space where you’re uncomfortable for awhile before you are able to part ways with the person you’re living with. Here are some ideas to get you through the transition period: 


  • Live together yet apart
  • Stay in separate rooms, work different shifts
  • Put beds in separate places



Dividing Property


Try to have one partner buy the other out. If one roommate needs a couch and you have no interest in it, let them buy it. Splitting things evenly isn’t always possible, but sometimes need can outweigh the messy process of dividing property. Do what’s best for you and any pets involved in the process. This is a basic rule of thumb that can help you through the process of dividing your property.  


Who Stays On The Property?


Once it has been established that the two of you will coexist for some time before you go your separate ways, you’ll need to decide which one of you (if either of you) will stay on the property. Generally, if you’re under a lease, it will be much more financially sound for one person to take over the lease and for the other person to go. This can save on costly fees involved with breaking the lease. If you’re thinking of subletting the place you’re living, be sure to check on the restrictions in your area or made in your rental agreements. 


No matter who you are living with, going your separate ways can be difficult. With a little communication, the process can be executed smoothly.


ONE OWNER HOME!! Fabulous opportunity, extremely well maintained, charming home with many updates, including heating systems, roof less than 5 years, electric service, windows updated~Hardwood throughout home, HW under family room carpet and stairs~House is very livable, needs updating~eat-in kitchen, formal dining room with built-in "china cabinet", spacious 1st floor bedroom, large, bright LR, huge FR with gas FP~Sweet sunporch, opens to lovely backyard~full, open basement with workshop~one car garage with 2 driveways, ample parking spaces~Coat closet, linen and utility closets~Close to beach, Webb State Park, commuter boat and train!!THIS WELL LOVED HOME ON GREAT SIDE STREET IS READY TO MOVE RIGHT IN!!

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