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Settle into a maintenance-free condo before the snow falls! 128 Foxberry Dr #B, Amherst | $84,900

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While it's still sunny and warm out, take advantage of an opportunity to see this comfortable 2nd floor 2-bedroom condo in peaceful Foxberry Village.  It boasts a spacious living room with a cathedral ceiling and sliding glass door to a balcony.  Its full bath has been updated within the last few years.  Ceiling fans in every room.  New appliances (3 yrs old with only 9 months of use) stay and incredibly low utility bills make budgeting a dream!

Once summer makes its return, you'll be able to enjoy your days at the community pool.  Monthly HOA is $177 and pets are allowed.  FHA mortgages accepted.

View the full listing for 128b Foxberry here.

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Reduced price: 128 Foxberry Dr #B, Amherst | $84,900

FB Comfortable 2nd floor 2 BR condo in desirable and quiet Foxberry Village!  Spacious living room with cathedral ceiling and sliding glass door to balcony.  Full bath updated within last few years.  Ceiling fans in every room.  New appliances (3 yrs old with 9 mo of use) stay and incredibly low utility bills make budgeting a dream.

Enjoy warm summer days at the community pool.  Monthly HOA is $177 and pets are allowed.  FHA mortgages accepted.

View the full listing for 128b Foxberry here.

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GREEN LIVING: Home Energy Audits save energy and money

Ryan Connolly A home energy audit is often the first step in making your home more efficient. An audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses. An assessment will also show you problems that may, when corrected, save you significant amounts of money over time. Many energy audit programs provide extensive information about home improvement projects to enhance energy efficiency, lower utility bills, and increase comfort.

Especially if you live in a home more than 5-10 years old, you can benefit most through the use of an energy audit. To get an idea of how much you could benefit from an energy audit, use one of these online energy audit tools:

If you are interested in getting specific recommendations for improving the efficiency of your home, consider contacting a professional Home Energy Auditor. A professional auditor can use a variety of techniques and equipment to determine the energy efficiency of your home. Thorough audits often use equipment such as blower doors, which measure the extent of leaks in the building envelope, and infrared cameras, which reveal hard-to-detect areas of air infiltration and missing insulation. 

Your first step should be to contact your utility to see if they offer free or discounted energy audits to their customers. Locally, National Fuel provides this online energy audit information. If not, you can hire a home energy professional to evaluate your home's energy efficiency. These are a few in our area: Hughes Co.

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