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Posted by Bruno Real Estate Advisors on 7/14/2019

Many homeowners spend so much time trying to preserve the life of their furniture, carpet, and flooring with careful and regular cleaning that they often forget to maintain the vacuum cleaner. So how can you care for your vacuum cleaner? With a bit of maintenance, it is easy for you to enjoy your vacuum cleaner for many years. 

Check out these simple maintenance tips to extend the life of your vacuum cleaner.

Change the dust bag and other parts

Many vacuum cleaner comes with a dust bag. If you notice the bag is almost full change it immediately. Changing the bag will prevent it from overflowing, which may cause severe damages. Also, changing the dust bag will provide more space, thus making it work more efficiently. Apart from the dust bug, replace the vacuum filter, vacuum cleaner bag and other belts at least every six months.

Choose products that fit your machine

When a product doesn't fit, it won't be able to pick up dirt and dust effectively and may even cause wear and tear to other parts of your machine. You can find several products that will fit most vacuum cleaners but ensure you choose the products that are specifically designed to suit only your model to prevent any damage. 

Check the area properly before you start your machine

Before you begin to run your tool on a surface, make sure you have a good look over the surface. Small items like coins, parts from your kid's toys, paper clips, and bobby pins can cause serious problem to your vacuum cleaner.

Clean your vacuum cleaner 

It is not only your home that needs cleaning. Give you Vacuum cleaner a good scrub with a damp sponge to get rid of clogged up dirt and dust. Neglecting to clean your vacuum cleaner will allow dirt accumulate on it thus clogging some parts which may shorten the life span of your vacuum cleaner. Begin by checking every part and wipe off any dirt from the Vacuum hose, head, filter, etc.

By following these useful tips, you can increase the life of your vacuum cleaner and keep it in tip-top shape. Do not try to open you vacuum cleaner If you don't know where the belts, filters, or bag of your vacuum cleaner are located, meet a vacuum cleaner expert for assistance.




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Posted by Bruno Real Estate Advisors on 7/7/2019

For those who want to buy a home, it generally is a good idea to remain open to negotiating with a seller. That way, you can acquire your dream residence without delay.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you streamline a negotiation with a home seller.

1. Be Flexible

There is no telling how a home negotiation will turn out. Fortunately, if you maintain flexibility, you will be able to go with the flow throughout a negotiation with a seller.

Remember, a homebuyer and home seller share a common goal: to ensure a seamless transaction. If you are open to negotiating with a seller, both you and this individual can work together to achieve results that satisfy all parties.

Don't forget to maintain open lines of communication with a seller during a negotiation as well. By doing so, you and a seller can keep in touch with one another throughout a negotiation and avoid potential miscommunications that otherwise could slow down or stop a home purchase.

2. Establish Realistic Expectations

A home negotiation may work out in your favor or a seller's favor. Or, in the best-case scenario, you and a seller will come to terms that fulfill the needs of both sides. On the other hand, in the worst-case scenario, you may need to walk away from a home purchase altogether.

As a homebuyer, it is important to prepare for all possible scenarios. If you establish realistic expectations as you enter a home negotiation, you can plan accordingly. Then, you and a seller can work together to accomplish the optimal results.

You may want to study the housing market closely too. In fact, you can review the prices of available houses that are comparable to the one you want to buy to ensure your offer to purchase falls in line with the current housing market's conditions.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is well-equipped to help you handle a homebuying negotiation. Thus, if you work with a real estate agent, you can get the assistance you need to acquire your dream house at a price that matches your budget.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about your homebuying goals and help you discover your ideal residence. Once you find a house you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you submit a competitive offer to purchase this home. Next, if a seller wants to negotiate the terms of a home transaction, a real estate agent is ready to negotiate with this individual on your behalf.

A real estate agent also will keep you informed throughout a home negotiation. Plus, if you ever have concerns or questions during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent is prepared to respond to them.

Want to acquire your dream house as quickly as possible? Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble handling a home negotiation with any seller, at any time.





Posted by Bruno Real Estate Advisors on 7/5/2019


438 King Philip St, Raynham, MA 02767

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
NEW LISTING! YOU ARE INVITED ... OPEN HOUSE Saturday 1-3pm. METICULOUS!! CUSTOMIZED STRAIGHT RANCH WITH ATTACHED GARAGE. This fantastic ACRE LOT is framed by tall trees! Sundeck overlooks manicured Lawn, Shed and 24ft Above Ground Pool. STEP INSIDE AND FALL IN LOVE! Charming Stone Fireplace with Woodstove on raised hearth in Living / Dining Rm, gleaming Hardwood floors. Bistro Style Galley Kitchen w/ ALL NEW Stainless Steel Appliances. Bedrooms have huge closets. Ductless Mini-Split AC, NEW bulkhead, NEW Garage Door. MANY UPDATES: Roof, Furnace, 200 amp Elec w/wiring & sub panel for a Generator, Lighting, Kitchen & Baths and Flooring! Security System too! Freshly painted exterior wood shingles/trim, shed and deck. Enjoy summer fun entertaining poolside! Land is perfect for gardening, yard games and family pets. Pride of ownership shows in this very special home. Ready for fast closing. Act Quickly!
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July 06 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
NEW LISTING! YOU ARE INVITED ... OPEN HOUSE ... SATURDAY, JULY 6TH 1-3PM. Looking forward to meeting you! Custom Ranch with attached garage on sunny acre lot! 4 Bedrooms, updated throughout! Ready for fast closing. All Offers due by Monday 5pm.
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Posted by Bruno Real Estate Advisors on 7/3/2019


438 King Philip St, Raynham, MA 02767

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

7
Rooms
4
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
NEW LISTING! YOU ARE INVITED ... OPEN HOUSE Saturday 1-3pm. METICULOUS!! CUSTOMIZED STRAIGHT RANCH WITH ATTACHED GARAGE. This fantastic ACRE LOT is framed by tall trees! Sundeck overlooks manicured Lawn, Shed and 24ft Above Ground Pool. STEP INSIDE AND FALL IN LOVE! Charming Stone Fireplace with Woodstove on raised hearth in Living / Dining Rm, gleaming Hardwood floors. Bistro Style Galley Kitchen w/ ALL NEW Stainless Steel Appliances. Bedrooms have huge closets. Ductless Mini-Split AC, NEW bulkhead, NEW Garage Door. MANY UPDATES: Roof, Furnace, 200 amp Elec w/wiring & sub panel for a Generator, Lighting, Kitchen & Baths and Flooring! Security System too! Freshly painted exterior wood shingles/trim, shed and deck. Enjoy summer fun entertaining poolside! Land is perfect for gardening, yard games and family pets. Pride of ownership shows in this very special home. Ready for fast closing. Act Quickly!
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Posted by Bruno Real Estate Advisors on 6/30/2019

Many problems can affect your favorite yard tree. Some of these problems are easy to combat while others are more serious and may take a while to fix. Are the leaves on your tree turning brown, or perhaps, it is not growing well? The good news is that you can solve most of these problems on your own. Here are some of the universal tree problems and how you can get them resolved:

Inadequate Nutrients and Mineral Recycling 

In the forest, leaves fall off and decompose, providing abundant nutrients for trees. However, in our landscape, trees tend to suffer as a result of lack of nutrients. You can fix this problem by fertilizing your tree at the appropriate time. Also, mulching is another way to solve this issue. The soil nutrients get replenished with microorganism and nutrients as the mulch decomposes.

Compacted Soil 

The soils in the majority of our yard get compacted due to various human activities; hence, the trees grow in this unfavorable condition. The solution here is to loosen up for the soil. You can employ the process called vertical mulching. It replenishes the ground in the root zone of the tree. Better still, you can mix organic matter with the soil to loosen the compacted soil.

Opportunistic Pests

Stressed trees are more prone to pest infestation. The common causes of tree stress include poor nutrition, poor environmental condition, and wrong location. The problem becomes aggravated if the tree is already competing with the surrounding grass for nutrients. The best solution in the case of pest and diseases infestation is early treatment. Also, try as much as possible to always be on the lookout for pests, and you may contact your local arborist for guidance. 

Natural and mechanical Damage 

Animals, lawn equipment, and any other garden equipment can damage the tree. For instance, rabbit and dogs can wreak havoc on your shrubs and trees. Apart from that, string trimmers and mowers can hurt the tree accidentally. The injuries afflicted by animals or lawn equipment always interrupted the circulation of water and nutrient within the tree. It is essential that you examine your trees regularly to detect serious injuries early. You can as well boost the health of your trees by mulching, watering, and fertilizing. 

A tree is an essential part of our garden, be sure to be on the lookout for any problems or signs of distress with trees near you to ensure that they can be fixed early enough.




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