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Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 11/17/2017

Welcome to 9 Bow Street - A RENTAL worth the look - all remodeled with beautiful hardwood flooring, freshly painted, updated bath and kitchen. Efficient gas heat/hot water and central air conditioning. New Stackable W/D in bathroom. Brand new blinds in all the windows! Private back deck for your outside entertaining. Off Street parking tandem for two cars.

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Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 11/16/2017

Buying a house can be a stressful process, especially when you’ve found your dream home and have put in your bid. While it’s easy to spend all of your spare time worrying endlessly if your bid will be accepted it won’t get you any closer to hearing that “yes”. Here are five things you can do instead of worrying and will help relieve stress instead. Read a book - Immerse yourself in another world by picking up a book. Spend some time browsing the shelves of your local library or bookstore for something that catches your eye. If you aren’t normally a reader choose a genre similar to your movie tastes or ask a librarian for a recommendation. Meditate - I’m sure you’ve heard it a million times before. Every time the topic of lowering stress come up you are sure to have meditation suggested as a combative tool. But it’s so widely recommended for good reason! Science has proven that meditation really does lower stress levels. With its popularity comes a plethora of options for you to experiment with. You can try in-person classes, apps, or CDs. There are even many different ways to meditate so find what works for you and keep practicing. Exercise - Exercise may not be everyone’s favorite past time but it is an excellent way to lower stress. Don’t worry this doesn’t mean you need a gym membership or to spend hours lugging weights around. Walking, dancing and even vigorously cleaning can all count as exercise if they raise your heart rate. You can even think of it as prep for move in day. Spend time with friends - Gather a group of friends together to catch up over brunch or go out on the town for the night. Either way, you will have a blast spending time with those you care about and lowering your stress levels. Social engagement is an important facet of human life and when you gather a group of friends there is almost a guarantee for some laughter. And yes, laughing really does help you reduce stress! Get outside - Spending time in nature is a guaranteed way to destress with endless possibilities. You can go for a hike, ride a bike, spend time on a boat, at the beach or in your own backyard. You also have the added benefit of the ability to combine this tip with any of those given above. Lay out a blanket to sit on to read or meditate, gather a group of friends for a game of kickball, or go for a run as a group or by yourself. Waiting to hear if your bid on your dream home has been accepted can be a stressful time, but it doesn’t have to be. By spending your time engaging in activities that help lower your stress levels you will not only keep yourself from worrying but also do yourself some good too. Whether you choose to snuggle up with a good book or go out on the town with some friends you’ll be glad you gave yourself some downtime before move in day!

Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 11/10/2017

Looking for a space for your new endeavor? This space has great exposure! Convenient to highways and public transporation. This space borders Lexington, Winchester, and Burlington..... New efficient wall heat/central air system, freshly painted, great light, half bath, kitchenette area, updated front steps and quiet patio area in rear. Great off street parking. Why Rent when you can own.

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Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 11/9/2017

To live in a beautiful house that's the right size for your family is just one benefit open to you when you relocate. Other relocation benefits could save you money, improve your social life and put you in position for a new career. Let's start with the financial relocation benefits. Relocating to a new home may be less expensive than you think Move to a house with a smaller mortgage and you'll save money month to month. Shave enough money off your current mortgage when you relocate and you could afford to make one to two extra mortgage payments a year, reducing the principal that you owe on the new house. If you're employer asked you to relocate to fill a job need, contact your employer's human resources representative to find out if you're eligible to receive relocation benefits packages. Eligibility may depend on factors like the number of miles that your new home is from your current residence and if your employer is increasing your pay because of the move. Closing costs and expenses related to shipping your furniture and other home goods are types of financial support your employer may give you. Keep track of moving receipts. You could deduct some of the moving expenses when you file federal and state taxes. Relocation benefits don't stop at the bank Financial savings aren't the only relocation benefits to consider. Moving to another town could peak your curiosity, persuading you to get out and explore the area. As much as you may not want to admit it, there may not be many places that you haven't already visited where you currently live which could tempt you to stay indoors and limit your entertainment to watching television. Exploring new areas leads to continual learning. It's also a good way to meet new friends. A few weeks after you move, you may start to feel excited again. Depending on where you relocate, you could discover festivals, arts events and training opportunities that put you in touch with passions that you hadn't engaged in since you were a child. Pursue these ignited passions and you could gain the skills to work new jobs, stepping into careers you'd previously only dreamed about entering. Get the most out of relocation benefits. Don't just move into a new house. Take advantage of financial employer support, tax deductions and get out and explore your new neighborhood and city. Get involved in social and community activities, enriching  your social life.

Posted by Lawton Real Estate, Inc on 11/5/2017

Walk to the center, walk to the pond from this spacious rental. Top floor unit of standard flat on flat. Large living room with big window opens into equally large dining room. kitchen and separate pantry. 3 good sized bedrooms. Pets must be approved by landlord, non-smoker. Must have good credit, income that can be verified and references.

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