Kimberley Martin - Homes of New Hampshire Realty



Posted by Kimberley Martin on 2/16/2018

This Multi-Family in Pelham, NH recently sold for $399,000. This style home was sold by Kimberley Martin - Homes of New Hampshire Realty.


246 Windham Road, Pelham, NH 03076

Multi-Family

$399,000
Price
$399,000
Sale Price

2
Total Units
Enjoy open concept living in the heart of Pelham 4 miles away from the lovely Griffin Park and a short walk to the charming downtown. Have your renters pay your mortgage or seize the opportunity for an outstanding investment property nestled on 4.5 acres of land. Duplex 1: 4 Bedroom (2 up, 2 down), 1 full bathroom on the main level. Open Concept living with first floor laundry. Enjoy a cozy wood burning fireplace in your living room. Downstairs you'll find 2 bedrooms and a large open area perfect for entertaining. Duplex 2: 3 Bedroom, 3 Full Bathroom. Open Concept living with first floor laundry. With 3 bedrooms upstairs and two rooms downstairs there is plenty of room for an office or extra entertainment area. Enjoy a large walk-out storage area perfect for a wood-shop or hobby area. Many updates including, new roof, two new front decks, a new furnace in Unit B and new driveway. This is a must see property! Call for your showing today!






Tags: Real Estate   Multi-Family   Pelham   03076  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Kimberley Martin on 2/11/2018


2 Judy Drive, Londonderry, NH 03053

Single-Family

$329,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2
Baths
Must see the corner lot, neighborhood setting split-entry home! Flexible floor plan. The first floor has a large living room filled with light, nice bright, welcoming kitchen - dining area with sliders. Master bedroom with full bath, other end of the home has 2 to 3 bedrooms, depending on your preferred layout. Each with closets! lower level has an amazing family room with wood burning fireplace, bar, bedroom, office/playroom, utility room and an adorable quarter bathroom . Lower level has its own entrance from the driveway. THAT IS NOT ALL! A detached 27 x 29 Outbuilding/Garage originally set-up for a welder. Perfect for car enthusiast, man/woman cave, endless possibilities. 220 electric out there with lots of storage above. Has its own gravel drive from Gordon Dr. Public water, new septic installed summer of 2016. Not a drive by! Come take a look-see, you are going to love the lower level!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Kimberley Martin on 2/11/2018

A homebuyer is an interesting person, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

Each homebuyer is different, yet every property buyer shares a common goal: to acquire a top-notch house at a budget-friendly price. Furthermore, how a homebuyer approaches the property buying journey may dictate how long it takes this individual to accomplish his or her ultimate goal.

So what does it take for a homebuyer to become a homeowner? To find out, let's analyze the homebuyer's perspective and consider three steps that a homebuyer can take to speed up the property buying journey.

1. Know What You Want to Find in Your Dream Residence

No two homebuyers have the same definition of a "dream" residence. As such, it is up to you to define the criteria for your home search, and doing so may help you accelerate the homebuying cycle.

Differentiate between "must-haves" and "wants" before you kick off your home search you'll be glad you did.

"Must-haves" refer to things that you absolutely need from your dream home. Some of the most common must-have home features include a fenced-in backyard or multiple bedrooms.

On the other hand, "wants" are things that you would like to have but can live without. These may include an indoor swimming pool, a spacious basement or other non-essentials.

After you define your dream home must-haves and wants, you can narrow your search for the ideal house. Then, you can move one step closer to transforming your homeownership dream into a reality.

2. Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage

Let's face it every homebuyer wants to acquire an excellent residence, but no one wants to break their budget to purchase a house. Thankfully, you can meet with a variety of banks and credit unions to get pre-approved for a mortgage before you embark on your quest for the ideal house.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage can be fast and simple. Meet with several lenders, and you can explore all of the mortgage options at your disposal.

Also, don't forget to ask questions about different types of mortgages. This will allow you to become a mortgage expert and select a mortgage that matches your finances perfectly.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

As a homebuyer, entering the real estate market can be overwhelming. But with a real estate agent at your side, you can get the support you need to secure a first-rate house at an affordable price, regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

A real estate agent is a housing market professional who will go above and beyond the duty to serve you in any way possible. He or she will set up home showings, keep you up to date about new residences as they become available and negotiate with home sellers on your behalf. Plus, if you ever have homebuying concerns and questions, a real estate agent will be happy to respond to them at any time.

Ready to acquire your dream residence? Now that you understand the homebuyer's perspective, you can take the guesswork out of finding and buying a residence that matches or exceeds your expectations.




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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 2/9/2018


66 Bridge Street, Hillsborough, NH 03244

Multi-Family

$204,900
Price

3
Total Units
Come take a look at this rare opportunity in the town of Hillsborough! Newly Renovated, 3-family home. Use as an investment or owner-occupancy! Walking distance to downtown. First floor, 2 or 3 bedroom, mudroom with washer/dryer hook-up, Second floor, 2 bedroom, eat-in kitchen, mudroom with washer/dryer hook-up and access to back porch, third floor adorable studio with skylight.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Kimberley Martin on 2/4/2018

Who says a home seller should be forced to wait many weeks or months to sell his or her residence? Instead, devote the time and resources to get your home ready for the real estate market today, and you can boost your chances of a quick home sale.

Ultimately, there are many ways to set up your residence for a quick sale, including:

1. Establish a Competitive Price

The first 30 days your home is available on the housing market are critical. But if you establish a competitive home price from the get-go, your house could sell just days after it hits the market.

To determine the right price for your home, you'll first want to evaluate the prices of residences similar to your own. By doing so, you'll be able to assess your house relative to the competition and set a fair price for your residence.

Also, consider how homebuyers may evaluate your residence when they first see it. If you examine the homebuyer's perspective, you'll be better equipped to understand your house's strengths and weaknesses and establish the right price for your home.

2. Focus on Improving Your Home's Curb Appeal

What does a homebuyer think of your residence when he or she views your house for the first time? Your house's curb appeal may impact your ability to enjoy the benefits of a quick home sale. If you spend some time enhancing your residence's curb appeal, however, you may be able to speed up the home selling process.

Simple home exterior improvements such as mowing the lawn and painting the front door could make a world of difference for home sellers. These enhancements may help your residence stand out from the competition and enable your house to generate widespread interest in no time at all.

3. Declutter and Depersonalize Your Home

Make it easy for homebuyers to envision what life would be like if they purchased your home by decluttering and depersonalizing your residence.

Taking down family photographs and putting away personal belongings may seem like a time-consuming process, but removing these items from your residence will enable homebuyers to look at your house as more than just another property. In fact, decluttering and depersonalizing your house will empower homebuyers to view your residence as a home that they could enjoy for years to come.

Selling a home can be challenging, but a real estate agent can help you overcome a wide range of home selling hurdles. This professional understands what it takes to accelerate the home selling process and will do everything possible to help you promote your residence to the right homebuyers consistently. Plus, your real estate agent can help you establish a competitive price for your house, find fast, effective ways to boost your residence's curb appeal and more.

Commit the necessary time and resources to prep your house for the real estate market. That way, you can ensure your residence stands out from others that are available and improve your chances of a quick home sale.







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