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65 Freeman Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Great Airey,light, bright 3 bedroom, 2 full bathroom House with many updates, including newer Septic, Electric Panel, Water Heater, Appliances, Cherry Kitchen and hardwood floors in Living room. Gorgeous rock retaining walls, shrubs and landscaping with irrigation too ! Full interior basement with 1 car Garage under or use as walk out basement. Space can be made into additional Bonus room on 2nd floor for separate office. Many possibilities. Owners have put over $40,000 in upgrades. Sits up High on Lot with peaks of Cranberry Bog. Tucked away in Nice central Yarmouth Port Location. Well worth a look! Not in Flood Zone.
Open House
Saturday
September 23 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Nice Hidden Spot with Central Location and Private back yard on Dead End.
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One of the most important factors that many home buyers face is that of their credit score. You have the right to get one free credit report per year. There are also many different apps and websites that keep you updated on your credit score and any changes in your credit report. These programs even guide you in how to improve your score. 


Why Do We Have Credit Scores? 


A credit score is a number that shows how creditworthy a person is. Lenders look at this score in order to assess how risky a person may be to lend to. This lessens the potential risks that the lender may face, keeping people who may be at high risk for defaulting from securing a loan in the first place. 


What’s A Good Score?


Credit scores range from 300 to 850, with 850 being the highest score that you can get. A credit score of 700 or above is considered good. A credit score above 800 is seen as excellent. The bottom line is that the better your credit score is, the more reliable of a borrower you will be seen as by lenders. 


If your credit score is less than stellar, however, you need to get to work so that you will be able to get loans in the near future. Here’s some steps that you can take to improve your credit:


Pay Off Outstanding Debt 


If you owe anything on medical collection accounts, credit cards, legal judgements; basically any debt that will show up on your credit report, you need to pay these off. Getting rid of debt can help you to increase your credit score more quickly. 


Rebuild Your Credit


You’ll need to keep up any accounts that you have with good payment history and maintain the good work. You should be diligent to maintain those on-time payments for an increased good payment history. Even if you have accounts that have had late payments previously, you can still work to get the accounts back in good order. 


If you don’t happen to have any existing credit accounts, you’ll need to get one in order to begin establishing credit. A good way to do this is to apply for a credit card and only charge what you can afford each month in order to help establish a credit history.     

Look At Your Whole Financial Picture


Aside from your credit score, you’ll need to take a look at your bigger financial picture. Everything from the amount of savings that you have available to how much of a home you’ll be able to afford is important. You need sufficient income so that you’ll be able to buy a home and provide a down payment along with money to pay closing costs. 


Once you start investigating your credit score and how to improve it, you’ll be on your way to better financial health.



65 Freeman Road , Yarmouth, MA 02675

Yarmouthport

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Airey,light, bright 3 bedroom, 2 full bathroom House with many updates, including newer Septic, Electric Panel, Water Heater, Appliances, Cherry Kitchen and hardwood floors in Living room. Gorgeous rock retaining walls, shrubs and landscaping with irrigation too ! Full interior basement with 1 car Garage under or use as walk out basement. Space can be made into additional Bonus room on 2nd floor for separate office. Many possibilities. Owners have put over $40,000 in upgrades. Sits up High on Lot with peaks of Cranberry Bog. Tucked away in Nice central Yarmouth Port Location. Well worth a look! Not in Flood Zone.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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This Single-Family in Dennis, MA recently sold for $588,900. This Cape style home was sold by Schooner Properties - Schooner Properties Inc..


732 Route 6A , Dennis, MA 02638

Dennis (village)

Single-Family

$599,000
Price
$588,900
Sale Price

6
Total Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
This charming Cape combines the very best of old and new. Located in an estate like setting you will enjoy a lifetime of beautiful gardens and mature plantings. Right around the corner you will find homemade ice cream, The Dennis Theater, The Public Market plus much more. Inside you will feel some history of a home that has truly been loved and well cared for. Modern mechanicals make ownership more worry free from a newer Beauderus gas heat and hot water, Generac Generator, Electrical, and more. Enjoy beautiful hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, fireplace and the bonus of a light and bright studio. The screen porch is the perfect place for relaxing or entertaining.

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There are countless reasons you might want more privacy in your backyard. Whether you live on a busy road and have motorists gawking at you as you cut the grass, or if you live in close proximity with your neighbors and want a bit of alone time on your back patio, we'll cover all of the best ways to get more privacy out of your living space.

Planting your way to privacy

If you want more privacy but don't want to build fences around your yard, one good alternative is to use planned and structured planting to build a natural barrier. This technique is especially beneficial because of the endless variations available on what plants to use. From small shrubs to massive trees, you can determine just how much privacy you want. Similarly, you can choose to layer tress, bushes, plants, and grasses to create a garden-like wall that you and your family can enjoy looking at.

Walls and fences

The standard American household's means of privacy has long been the picket fence. There are a variety of fences on the market and their materials have been updated over the years to become sturdier and less vulnerable to wear than wood. Many old properties have rock walls surrounding their perimeter. If you have a rock wall but it doesn't provide enough privacy, one creative option is to build a small, decorative fence on top of the rock wall. They add a modern look to your wall and increase privacy at the same time.

Take indoor techniques and bring them outside

If you live in an urban area with a very small backyard or patio area one great way to add privacy is to take indoor barriers like curtains and room dividers and use them outside. This will give you the privacy you want but will also make your backyard or patio a cozier place to spend time. Use weather-resistant curtains and dividers when applicable. They will require less cleaning and will last exponentially longer.

Partial privacy options

If you want more privacy but don't want your home to seem like a closed-off fortress there are many partial privacy options to choose from. Some of them are just scaled down versions of the above. For example, you could choose to use dividers or plants only in the area around your patio table. Another great option of partial privacy is to use latticework. To make it more or less private, incorporate plants and vines in the lattice.

Audible privacy

Do you have noisy car traffic on your road? Do you live in the city where there are constant passersby having discussions on the sidewalk? If so you might want to consider some options for audible privacy. Most barriers you put up (a wall or fence, for example) will provide some amount of noise reduction. The properties of the wall will determine just how many decibels will be blocked out. However if you are more concerned with masking or distracting from the outside noise consider using water and nature as a means of audible privacy. Fountains and streams create a pleasant background noise that will drown out some of the background sounds.    



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