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Posted by Premier Realty Group, Inc on 10/28/2017

This Single-Family in Reading, MA recently sold for $461,500. This Cape style home was sold by - Premier Realty Group, Inc.

140 WILLOW STREET, Reading, MA 01867


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Full/Half Baths
YES!! OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!! Here's your chance to call READING home!! It may look like a CUTE WHITE CAPE, but it's EIGHT ROOMS with a VERSATILE floor plan. The FIRST FLOOR FAMILY ROOM ADDITION has a CATHEDRAL CEILING, FIREPLACE, BOW WINDOW, and a SLIDER out to an over-sized DECK. The second fireplace is in the LIVING ROOM, which the current owner is using as a DINING ROOM. Most rooms have HARDWOOD FLOORING. BEST BONUS: THREE BEDROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR along with a HALF BATH. Yes, it needs updating, but build your own EQUITY. You'll be happy with the easy-care VINYL SIDING. The FLAT YARD is BIG and PRIVATE. It backs up the the Town Bird Sanctuary. Consider fencing it in and you will have BACK YARD FUN-TIME! Enjoy easy access to Routes 128 and 93. SHOWINGS BEGIN SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE 10:30 TO 12.

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Posted by Premier Realty Group, Inc on 10/18/2017

72 APACHE WAY, Tewksbury, MA 01876



Full/Half Baths
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! Perfectly placed END UNIT at highly desirable & professionally managed INDIAN RIDGE CONDOMINIUMS. Enjoy an OPEN FLOOR PLAN & LIVING on the 1st floor. Relax in front of the FIREPLACE or open the slider to your DECK & enjoy an unobstructed view of the pond. EAT-IN KITCHEN has plenty of cabinet space & a gas stove. Updated 1/2 BATH & IN-UNIT LAUNDRY on the 1st floor. An enormous MASTER BEDROOM with a WALK–IN CLOSET, window bench seat, ATTIC STORAGE & built-in desk punctuate this well maintained unit. UPDATED FULL BATH on the 2nd Flr. Big second bedroom with a wall to wall closet & plenty of space & storage. Large 1 CAR GARAGE & one driveway space. PLENTY of VISITOR PARKING adjacent to the unit. NEW HOT WATER HEATER MARCH 2017, HVAC units NEW in 2011. ENJOY the private INDIAN RIDGE GYM, TENNIS COURTS & REC ROOM. Easy to Show. OPEN HOUSES on SATURDAY & SUNDAY from 11:30-1:00.
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Posted by Premier Realty Group, Inc on 10/1/2017

Home Insurance is a requirement, but it’s also a welcome protection for your most prized purchase. When getting insurance, you probably want a good deal on it. Your aim might be to try and save some money. There’s much more to insurance than cost, however. You need to know that whatever policy you choose will cover what you need and provide the right amounts of protection for those items. 

There’s so many different parts to an insurance policy that indicate the coverage you can have for your home, it can be dizzying. At its most basic form, home insurance protects your home from risk. This includes fire and robbery. Keep in mind that a less expensive policy will provide less coverage for you. Different types of coverage that you should be aware of are:

  • Dwelling Coverage
  • Other Structures Coverage
  • Personal Property Coverage
  • Liability Coverage

These different pieces of a home insurance policy allow for a wide variety of damages things including: Rebuilding your home, coverage that will allow you to rebuild fences, sheds and screen houses, protection if someone is injured on your property, and the insurance of your personal property contained within the home. Some policies will even cover you to live in an alternative place should your home become uninhabitable. 

Check Your Deductibles And Policy Limits

A deductible is how much you’ll need to pay before the insurance company picks up the rest of the bill. Policies with higher deductibles are less expensive to purchase. Yet, if your home does face damage, you’ll have to come up with a lot more upfront to have your home repaired. When you’re comparing home insurance policies, you’ll need to make sure that you have the same deductible amount selected for each separate policy that you’re getting a quote on. The deductible amount that you choose should be one that you’d feel comfortable paying when and if something happens to your home.  

True Comparisons

While shopping by price is a good place to start, you need to compare much more than that. You want to be sure that when you purchase a home insurance policy that you’re actually getting your money’s worth. You need to be mindful of the type of coverage that you get and the amount of deductible that you’ll need to spend in order to get that coverage. It would be tragic for something to happen to your home, only for you to find out that it’s not covered. You pay home insurance for protections, so it’s a great idea to know exactly what you’re paying for and where the safety net is surrounding your home and belongings.

Posted by Premier Realty Group, Inc on 9/24/2017

Dogs, like humans, are territorial by nature. If a stranger came into your home unannounced you would likely react in either a fearful or aggressive manner. Dogs who are aggressive and protective are no different. Fortunately, there are training techniques that can be employed to help your pet grow more comfortable when you have company at your home. Whether you have an older dog who behaves aggressively toward visitors or you are raising a puppy that you want to train to be comfortable around strangers, here are some tips that can help.

Know your dog

Before you start training you need to understand exactly what makes your dog uncomfortable. With some dogs it may be a certain type of person (like a mail carrier or the oil delivery driver). With other dogs any stranger who comes in or near the home is a trigger. Determine the fine line between your dog's comfort zone and where your dog becomes scared.

Employing a training partner

Start small by having a friend (someone your dog doesn't know) walk past your home where the dog can see. The moment they show signs of fear, assure your dog that you have the situation under control. Scolding the dog, grabbing them, or otherwise exhibiting aggressive behavior toward your dog will only exacerbate their fears. You want them to know that you have the situation in control. Saying firmly and calmly, "I got it; I'm OK" will tell your dog that you see the stranger and you're in control. Oftentimes, dogs bark at strangers because they want us to be aware of the potential danger. Acknowledging your dog is vital in these situations. If your dog is the type who barks or growls at strangers, reward them with treats when they don't bark as the "stranger" passes by your home. From there, you can try other triggers with strangers outside the house such as ringing the doorbell or walking through the yard.

Let the stranger inside

After a few sessions working with the stranger outside your home, it's time to introduce your dog to strangers inside their territory. If you think your dog will be aggressive toward the stranger, make sure you keep your dog leashed or basket-muzzled during the first visit. It will protect your training buddy and will help let your dog know you are in control. Start by having a family member let the stranger in the home while you hold your dog leashed at length. If your dog barks at the stranger, attempt to get your dog's attention and verbally reassure them you are okay; you are in control. Have your training partner avoid eye contact with your dog. Once your dog calms down enough to stop barking, try having them follow commands for treats (sit, stay, etc.). If this is successful, have the stranger try tossing treats to the dog as well. If your dog is too nervous to eat, reward them with pets and other positive reinforcement ("Good girl!").

Tips for productive training sessions

  • Try to keep your dog's focus on you as often as you can. Use treats and positive reinforcement constantly
  • Exercise your dog before training if they are high-energy
  • Train in small increments; if your dog is afraid of strangers don't start by introducing him/her to a party at your home
  • You need to be calm at all times while training. Your dog takes his/her cues from your behavior. If you get frustrated or anxious take a break and start again when you're fully calm


Posted by Premier Realty Group, Inc on 9/19/2017

This Single-Family in Woburn, MA recently sold for $660,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Premier Realty Group, Inc.

2 TORY ROW, Woburn, MA 01801


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Gorgeous COLONIAL on the elegant WEST SIDE ready to make your dreams come true! This 4 BEDROOM beauty boasts a MASTER SUITE with large DOUBLE CLOSETS, a full bath & gleaming HARD WOOD FLOORS throughout. Lots of GRANITE counter space & an ISLAND compliment the big EAT-IN KITCHEN with BUILT-IN desk. Extra room to entertain in the large LIVING ROOM or settle into the cozy FAMILY ROOM right off the kitchen. Separate DINING ROOM grants the opportunity to accommodate more formal company or could be used as an additional social area. Stay cool this summer with CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING. FULLY FINISHED WALK OUT BASEMENT provides plenty of room for extended family, private living or an amazing Fam-Cave with a WALK OUT SLIDER! The long 1 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE, WOOD DECK & 0.23 acre lot are just the finishing touches to this marvelous & classic home. Ready to move in! Check out the 3D & VR enabled Matterport tour!

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