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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 2/8/2018

Beautifully renovated 3 bedroom 2 bathroom open concept home located on a quiet side street. Remodeled kitchen features new cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, tile back splash and floors .Finished basement has a large family room, full bathroom and utility room with a brand new heating system and new hot water tank. This homes exterior has been freshly painted, has a new deck, fenced in yard and one car garage. Other updates include brand new bathroom with tile floor and surround and hard wood floors throughout.

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 12/8/2017

Newly remodeled 3 bedroom home located in a desirable West Lynn neighborhood off Walnut Street. This home features a beautiful kitchen with new cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.. All rooms have gleaming hardwood floors and plenty of closet space. Other updates include a brand new high efficiency gas furnace, new plumbing & water lines. This home has a nice fenced in yard & two to three car parking. Nothing to do but move in!

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 11/27/2017

Charming colonial located on a wonderful quiet dead end street in the desirable Stanley School district. Brand new remodeled kitchen featuring new stainless steel appliances, gas stove, Bosch dishwasher with hidden panel, under cabinet lighting, granite counter tops and butcher block island. Kitchen fireplace is prepped with a gas line just needs an insert. Lovely 3 season porch off the kitchen overlooking the good sized fenced in yard. New 1/2 bath on first floor. Large, bright living room with beautiful floor to ceiling windows with a working fireplace for the chilly winter nights. Lovely refinished hardwood floors throughout. Water heater was replaced in 2015. Flat roof over kitchen replaced in 2015. Priced to sell!!

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 10/27/2017

Pets are a part of the family. When we welcome a new dog into the home, we often expect them to meet our standards of behavior without much guidance. Dogs, like children, require consistent training from all members of the family. They need positive reinforcement and clear signals from you to teach them what behavior is acceptable.

In this article, we’re going to cover some important house training tips for you and your canine companion. We’ll look at some of the common mistakes that new pet owners make, and talk about ways to curb undesirable behavior like chewing shoes or furniture or barking at windows.

Traits vs. behaviors

One common mistake new pet owners make is to attempt to place character traits on their dog. Words like pushy, protective, mischievous, etc. are all adjectives that we often use to describe our dogs.

However, as dog owners and home owners, our energy is better spent on recognizing and correcting behaviors. If your dog tears at a carpet or chews the corner of your sofa, it isn’t very helpful sitting around thinking of adjectives to describe your dog (like restless or anxious). Rather, we should think about the behavior itself and how to replace it.

Let’s jump right into some household behaviors and ways to replace them with desirable alternatives.


Chewing is an important part of a dog’s life. Chewing itself is not a negative behavior, but when your dog starts demolishing furniture or eating your homework, it’s time to take steps to curb this behavior.

First, make sure your dog is eating a healthy diet and getting enough exercise. Dogs who aren’t eating a fat and protein rich food or who are overeating are prone to having excessive energy. If they’re trapped indoors and have nothing to focus that energy on, they’ll turn to chewing things they aren’t supposed to.

To focus your dog’s energy on positive behaviors, take your dog for a walk, jog, or play with them. If you notice your dog attempting to chew things they shouldn’t be, draw their attention away and provide them with a better alternative.


Just like chewing, barking is not in itself a negative behavior. It’s when your dog barks excessively and inappropriately that it becomes problematic.

Dogs bark for several reasons: to get you to play, to show that they’re stressed or bored, and so on. If your dog spends a lot of time monitoring doors and windows and barking at passersby, there are a few things you can do to curb the behavior.

First, take away the trigger. In this case, that could be closing the curtains or restricting your dog’s access to the room. If your dog is worried about strangers passing by the house, they are likely already too tense to begin training an alternative behavior to barking. If it’s noises that alarm your dog, try playing soft music to mask the noises for a day or two.

Once you’re ready to start training, have someone walk past outside where your dog can see from the window or make a noticeable noise outside. Reward your dog with treats when they do not react until they become more comfortable with the outside distractions.

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Posted by Clements Realty Group on 10/20/2017

Great opportunity to own this well maintained de-leaded 2 family with separate utilities located in a desirable East Lynn neighborhood. First floor features three bedrooms with hardwood floors throughout and is currently rented for $1550 per month. Second floor is currently vacant and has two large bedrooms, hardwood floors and plenty of closet space. First showing is at the open house this Sunday from 12:00 to 1:30.

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