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Posted by Homes of New Hampshire Realty on 5/30/2017


147 Middle Road, Deerfield, NH 03037

Single-Family

$265,000
Price

5
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2
Baths
Antique lover's dream in sought after Deerfield on 6 lovely acres with small barn and additional structure! Great farm prospect or just watch the wildlife! A once majestic home with Deerfield's grange hall also on site is looking for the right buyers to give it a make over, breathe life back to it and make it beautiful once again! 1700's colonial with many original features such as gunstock corners, fireplaces, wide pine floors and more is a great rehab project for those with insight and passion.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Homes of New Hampshire Realty on 5/24/2017

Purchasing a home should be fun, memorable process. However, many homebuyers struggle with fears as they embark on the process of acquiring their dream homes.

Some of the most common homebuying fears include:

1. I will pay too much for a house.

Overspending on a house is a common fear among homebuyers nationwide.

If you pay too much for a house, you may struggle to afford the monthly payments for the duration of your mortgage. Perhaps even worse, your house may lose value over time. And if you eventually decide to sell your home, you may be forced to accept less than what you initially paid for it.

Ultimately, an informed homebuyer will understand the differences between a buyer's market and a seller's one. He or she will be able to determine whether a home is affordably priced and proceed accordingly.

An informed homebuyer also will know the importance of getting pre-approved for a mortgage. With a mortgage in hand, this homebuyer will understand exactly how much that he or she can spend on a house.

2. I'll wait too long to submit an offer on a residence.

If a homebuyer is uncertain about buying a particular house and waits too long to submit an offer, he or she risks missing out on this residence altogether.

Fortunately, there is a simple way to avoid this problem.

A homebuyer who knows what he or she wants to find in a dream home can narrow a home search. Then, if the homebuyer discovers a home that matches or exceeds his or her expectations, this individual can submit an offer right away.

Don't forget to submit a competitive offer, i.e. one that accounts for the needs of both a homebuyer and home seller, as well. A competitive offer will stand out from other proposals and increase a property buyer's chances of securing his or her dream residence.

3. I'll buy a home that will fail to maintain its long-term value.

What you pay for a home today is unlikely to remain the same over the course of several weeks, months or years. But a homebuyer who employs an expert home inspector can learn about a house's strengths and weaknesses and ensure a property is a viable long-term investment.

A home inspector will conduct an assessment of a house after a property seller accepts a buyer's proposal. At this point, an inspector will examine a house's interior and exterior and identify any potential issues. Lastly, a home inspector will issue a report with his or her findings, and a homebuyer will have a final opportunity to modify or rescind an offer on a house.

For homebuyers, it is important to work with a trusted home inspector – you'll be glad you did. This home inspector will go above and beyond the call of duty to evaluate a house before you finalize a home purchase.

Working with an experienced real estate agent may benefit a homebuyer too. With a top-notch real estate agent at your side, you can get the support you need to acquire a first-rate home that will maintain its value both now and in the future.




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Posted by Homes of New Hampshire Realty on 5/22/2017


45 Sweeney Avenue, Manchester, NH 03102

Single-Family

$142,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Rehab opportunity! Own instead of paying rent! 3 bedroom ranch close to all amenities! Wont last long at this price.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Homes of New Hampshire Realty on 5/20/2017

This Single-Family in Goffstown, NH recently sold for $288,000. This Cape style home was sold by - Homes of New Hampshire Realty.


42 West Union Street, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$319,900
Price
$288,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
A village reproduction cape set in a private, wooded lot bordering Whittle Brook & the Piscataquog River, it lies within close walking distance of Goffstown Village, Goffstown High School, Lions Club Field, & Maple Ave Elementary School. Fondly named, Whittle Brook Cottage (the original plaque is proudly displayed on the front of the home) is a rare gem of a house for those eager to find charm and uniqueness in an established old neighborhood with no turnover in decades. Property offers two lots: one by the road, w/ house & garage; and a second lot with 274 feet of river frontage. It boasts pristine hard-wood floors; (Pumpkin Pine in the main floor - see attached write-up. Southern Pine on the second floor) - brick fireplaces in the spacious kitchen & living room; four bedrooms, three of which are very spacious & one on the main level that would make an ideal office; a three-season glassed-in porch thats perfect for bird watching and morning coffee; a finished basement room with half bath and separate, private entrance, which could be an in-law apartment, a teenage lair, or a man cave. Each bedroom has more-than-ample storage space, and the 2 downstairs bedrooms make one-floor living an easy alternative. Nearby quiet streets offer wonderful walking. Several mature perennial garden beds provide summer color. Large backyard & extra lot offers extended gardening space. Beautiful in every season! A drive-by will not do this home justice! Schedule your showing today!






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Homes of New Hampshire Realty on 5/17/2017

Experienced, knowledgeable real estate agents are experts in attracting potential buyers to home showings.

When you initially meet with prospective real estate agents to determine which one would be the best fit for your needs, you can get a pretty good sense of how marketing-savvy they are.

Since marketing is one of the most important parts of their job description, a well-trained, motivated real estate agent will know how to effectively use the Internet, their network of personal contacts, and a variety of other techniques to draw in qualified prospects.

Is there anything that you, as the homeowner, can do to help market your home?

Although it's your real estate agent's role to advertise, promote, and publicize your real estate listing to targeted groups and the general public, there is one huge thing you can do to help: Try to keep your house and property looking impeccable at all times. While that goal may be easier said than done, it's worth some extra time and effort to make your home as inviting and appealing to house hunters as possible.

Here are two ways you can increase your home's marketability and help spark more interest among prospective buyers:

  1. Meticulous neatness and cleanliness gives your home instant appeal. On the other hand, a messy, disorganized home or yard will send the wrong message to people touring your house. While it may be counterproductive to have your house reeking from ammonia and harsh cleaning chemicals, keeping countertops, floors, and walls clean will help your real estate agent present your home in its best possible light. Hopefully, you'll be able to enlist the help of everyone in the family (except pets) to clean up after themselves and keep their rooms and play areas looking civilized!
  2. Help maintain curb appeal! As the cliché goes (or was it an old mouthwash commercial?): "You don't get a second chance to make a great first impression!" For that reason, it's vitally important for your lawn to look well manicured and your house to be free from peeling paint and yard clutter. Another eyesore that detracts from first impressions is the sight of weeds growing out of cracks in your driveway or walkway. The cracks, themselves, are a problem you might want to address, but the weeds (or grass) poking through them is like adding insult to injury! If you don't want to spray them with some toxic, store-bought weed killer, then research natural ways to kill weeds.
Although your real estate agent will gladly handle 99% of the marketing for your home, you can help give their efforts an important nudge by making sure your home and property always look their best!







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