Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC



Posted by Chad Goldstein on 9/12/2018


27 Old Dam Rd, Bourne, MA 02532

Single-Family

$659,900
Price

9
Rooms
5
Beds
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Seeking spacious, peaceful cape living? Welcome home!! This beautiful cape is eager for new & wonderful family memories!! Your new home is set back off the road and features a sweeping front yard w/ stonewall landscaping details & a quaint front porch to welcome you home! Enter into your new spacious living room w/ bright, natural light, hardwood floors, and open floor plan that leads to your new kitchen & dining room! Open concept layout is perfect for gathering family & friends! Large kitchen boasts updated cabinets, beautiful granite counter-tops, & a large center island perfect for entertaining! A dining room slider invites you to an incredible backyard space featuring a deck, hot tub, in-ground pool, and pool house- all perfect for hosting your next summer BBQ! Four spacious bedrooms, two of which are great master en-suite options! In-law aprtmt with own entrance for added income! Partially finished basement also adds for your ideal bonus room! Don't miss out-come by today!
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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 9/10/2018

This Single-Family in Whitman, MA recently sold for $375,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


36 Harvey Ln, Whitman, MA 02382

Single-Family

$379,900
Price
$375,000
Sale Price

6
Rooms
4
Beds
2
Baths
Seeking quiet cul-de-sac living while being less than two miles from the commuter rail and walking distance to downtown Whitman? Welcome home! This cozy four bedroom home has a huge yard with a patio for relaxing or entertaining. Single-floor living at its best with open flow between the living and dining rooms and hardwood throughout. Four bedrooms means space for office, storage, guests, or family, plenty of options! Full basement has ample room for storage, and huge potential for future enhancements. If you act fast, there could still be time to host your end of summer BBQ in your new home!

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 9/10/2018

When you stop and think about it, there are a lot of aspects of our lives that need continual organizing. The ideal scenario is to set up an organizing system when you first move into a new home, and then maintain it on a daily or weekly basis. Unfortunately, many people wait to organize their closets, pantries, or home offices until those areas are in a state of utter chaos. By then, the clutter has taken on a life of its own! Not only is it difficult to find things you're looking for, but your frustration can spill over into other aspects of your life. Kitchen Organizing Tips Being organized is the bedrock of a well-managed life. While it's far from a panacea, the results of organizing your home and work space can be far reaching. Take your refrigerator, for example. How many times has perfectly good food been wasted because it was pushed back into a corner and forgotten about until it turned into a "science experiment"? Although refrigerators are designed with organization in mind, it's all too easy to throw vegetables in the meat drawer and haphazardly wrap up leftovers without labeling them. As a side note, if you write the current date on the label, you'll be able to keep track of how long it's been in the fridge and whether it's time to throw it away. (Note: The U.S. Department of Agriculture advises that cooked leftovers be used within four days. Its food safety "window" for raw poultry and ground beef is even shorter: only one or two days.) Whether your goal is to organize your refrigerator, kitchen cabinets, bedroom closets, or garage, the benefits are worth the time and energy. Before getting started, though, it's helpful to make a trip to a local office supply outlet, kitchen retailer, or dollar store to pick up an assortment of small containers, canisters, drawer dividers, a marking pen, and labels. The Benefits of Organizing Your Home Getting started is the hardest aspect of home organizing, but there are many sound reasons for taking the initiative:

  • Improving the appearance of your home rewards you with a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of personal satisfaction.
  • When you organize closets, cabinets, or other storage areas, you'll stumble upon things you thought you misplaced or lost, long ago.
  • You'll get rid of miscellaneous junk and clutter, which will free up space for things you want to save, refer to, or use in the near future.
  • Organizing your household supplies, tools, and kitchen accessories will also prevent you from having to buy replacement items that you already have. Knowing where things are will save you time, money, and aggravation!
Maintaining a Semblance of Order Getting your family to clean and organize their own rooms and work spaces is a separate challenge, but setting a positive example is one of the first steps. In the case of children, clear expectations need to be set and daily routines established. When all else fails, bribery has been know to work, too!





Posted by Chad Goldstein on 9/5/2018

This Single-Family in Bridgewater, MA recently sold for $484,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Chad Goldstein - Gold Key Realty LLC.


50 Meeting Square Dr, Bridgewater, MA 02324

Single-Family

$484,900
Price
$484,000
Sale Price

8
Rooms
3
Beds
3/1
Full/Half Baths
OPEN HOUSE SUNADY JULY 15TH 1-3! Price Drop! A beautiful New England Colonial situated in one of Bridgewater's most sought after neighborhoods. Features 3 bedrooms,(4 bedroom septic) 3 full bathrooms, beautiful mature landscaping, two car garage, 2l decks off fireplaces sun room. The main living level has freshly sanded hardwood floors thru out . Features include eat in kitchen ~ formal dining room with gorgeous sculptured ceiling ~ living room ~ vaulted family room with fireplace ~ 2nd floor laundry ~ Master Bedroom with private master bath ~ full unfinished walk up attic~basement framed and ready for future expansion. All of this on over 1 acre lot in a great family neighborhood! This is a must see! Minutes to highway, shopping, schools and "T" , and much much more. 1320 sq ft framed basement waiting to be finished & 576 sq ft walk up attic waiting to be finished. Call today for a private showing.

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Posted by Chad Goldstein on 9/3/2018

Ready to buy a condo? With help from an expert real estate agent, you can make your condo ownership dreams come true.

An expert real estate agent will go the extra mile to ensure you can purchase a top-notch condo at an unbeatable price. In addition, this real estate professional will make it easy to discover a superior condo without delay.

Ultimately, an expert real estate agent can make a world of difference during a condo search. But it is important to note that there are many factors to consider as you evaluate a real estate agentl.

Key factors that a condo buyer should consider when he or she assesses a real estate agent include:

1. Industry Experience

How many years has a real estate agent worked with condo buyers? Has a real estate agent been successful in his or her efforts to help condo buyers? And how will this housing market professional handle difficult negotiations with a condo seller? These are some of the questions to consider as you examine a real estate agent's industry experience.

When it comes to assessing a real estate agent, industry experience is key. A real estate professional who understands the ins and outs of buying a condo should have no trouble helping you purchase a superb property that matches or exceeds your expectations.

2. Communication Skills

How a real estate agent communicates with his or her clients says a lot about this professional.

If a real estate agent strives to stay in touch with clients via text, phone and email, this housing market professional likely will be able to keep a condo buyer informed at each stage of the property buying cycle.

On the other hand, a real estate agent who fails to prioritize effective communication may struggle to help a condo buyer. This housing market professional may be unavailable if a condo buyer has concerns or questions. As a result, a condo buyer is unlikely to get the support that he or she needs to make an informed property buying decision.

Meeting directly with a real estate agent can give you a better idea about his or her communication skills. If you feel comfortable with a real estate agent after a face-to-face discussion, you may want to consider moving forward with this housing market professional.

3. Client Referrals

What are previous condo buyers saying about a real estate agent? Request client referrals from a real estate agent, and you can find out how he or she has supported condo buyers in the past.

Client referrals enable you to understand what it's like to work with a real estate agent and can provide you with insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. Moreover, client referrals can help you accelerate the process of choosing the right real estate agent to guide you along the condo buying journey.

For condo buyers, there is no need to worry as you prepare to enter the housing market. Instead, use these tips, and you can find a first-rate real estate agent who will ensure you can purchase your dream condo.




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