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Presenting Virtual Reality & 3D Tours of our Listings!

January 6, 2017

Tweet This is so exciting! We are working with one of the top few companies that is offering 4K, 3D virtual tours to best showcase our listings. While there is a lot of tech jargon that accompanies the info about the new technology, the bottom line is that now buyers can sit in the comfort […]

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Beyond MLS™ – Why You, Or Someone You Know Should Buy… 388 WILLIS ROAD, SUDBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

March 18, 2016

Tweet   Multiple Listing Service provides Real Estate Agents/Brokers with exactly 1000 character spaces to use in the description section in MLS. This is typically a challenge, as we are attempting to convince you, in 1000 characters or fewer (including spaces) why you should spend six or seven figures and move into that specific house. […]

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Why We LOVE Sudbury! Reason #2

October 21, 2014

Tweet There is no particular order to this list, just what comes to mind each day.  It’s only numbered so that it’s easier to keep track. Reason #1 – The foliage on Route 27. Reason #2 – HOPEsudbury From my experience, Sudbury families, really, truly care about each other. Founded after 9-11 by Sudbury residents, HOPEsudbury […]

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Beyond MLS™ – Why You, Or Someone You Know Should Buy… 36 RED OAK DRIVE, SUDBURY, MASSACHUSETTS

July 12, 2014

Tweet Interested in an absolutely gorgeous Creighton Hammill colonial reproduction in the most historic area in Sudbury that happens to have a great deal of privacy AND be in a wonderful neighborhood? Feel free to call us while you are reading. Multiple Listing Service provides Real Estate Agents/Brokers with exactly 1000 character spaces to use […]

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What is the “Safest Place” in Massachusetts, You Ask? SUDBURY!

March 11, 2014

Tweet This post is short and very sweet – I am very excited to tell you that of all the 301 Towns and 50 Cities in Massachusetts, our fabulous Sudbury was ranked #1 as the “Safest Place in Massachusetts” by Movoto, a Real Estate website (not ours). Wayland is very close at #9, and Weston, […]

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The Skinny on Sudbury Town Square – FINALLY!

May 29, 2013

Tweet For those of us living in Sudbury, the new SUDBURY TOWN SQUARE is the most exciting thing happening since Shaq moved to town (for those of you who are still Googling his Sudbury address, he is no longer living here). For those of you thinking about and seeking more good reasons to move to Sudbury, this is just […]

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Remembering and Reflecting on 9/11. The Memories of That Day Still Hit Home in Sudbury.

September 12, 2011
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Tweet No one will ever forget where they were that morning. I was alone in my Atlanta hotel room and running late for a meeting. The TV was on and Matt Lauer reported it. He was in shock. I wasn’t sure what to think, except that this was such an awful accident, and I was […]

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Hot and Buying in July – Homes in Sudbury that Have Sold Between July 16-31, 2011

August 3, 2011

Tweet According to MLS, between July 16 and July 31, the following 14 homes are reported to have closed/SOLD in Sudbury: The * represents homes which we, the DANIELS TEAM, participated in the sale (either with the seller or buyer or both) 710 Concord Road  – $245,155 (original list price $294,000) 551 Concord Rd (the […]

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Shaq has left the Suburbs of Boston

July 19, 2011
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Tweet Dear friends, who, on a daily basis, Google a variation of “where does Shaq live in Massachusetts” or “Shaq’s house in Sudbury”, and for those of you who call and text me asking me to deliver a message to Shaq from a long lost “relative”,  I am sorry to inform you that Shaq no […]

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Happy Independence Day, Sudbury, MA 01776

July 4, 2011

Tweet Growing up in Sudbury, it was easy to take for granted some of the things I knew about my hometown. It is where I grew up, went to school, played sports, made good friends, and of course, had “NOTHING” to do. There were only so many nights we could spend at Sudbury Pizza, bowl […]

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What SOLD (closed) in Sudbury, MA in April 2011

April 29, 2011

Tweet For all of you real estate enthusiasts, as well as the nosy neighbors (yes, I know this info is important in order to understand that value of your house), the following houses have sold (CLOSED) since April 1, 2011. I have listed the address and the sale price in order of sale price  – […]

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Moving To Sudbury MA 01776: Steeped In History

November 2, 2010
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Tweet Why did you move to Sudbury? For so many, moving to Sudbury, Mass. was about the reputation as a great town with fantastic schools, where you could buy more house and land than you could if you were closer to the city. For some, you were relocating for work and some of your new […]

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