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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 12/10/2018


16 Maple Drive, Pelham, NH 03076

Condo

$216,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Fully renovated 2 bedroom condex in neighborhood setting on cul-de-sac road. Entire home freshly painted, new carpet in lower-level family room which has walk out to back yard. The large eat-in kitchen has upgraded cabinets, granite counters and all stainless steel appliances stay. 2 bedrooms and full bath on second floor. Hardwood and tile throughout except lower level family room. Newer septic (2000), roof 3 years young, electric heat 2 years young, updated windows. Large deck, spacious backyard. All this in a good commuter location. No Condo Fees!! Come take a look today!
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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 12/9/2018


16 Maple Drive, Pelham, NH 03076

Single-Family

$216,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Fully renovated 2 bedroom condex in neighborhood setting on cul-de-sac road. Entire home freshly painted, new carpet in lower-level family room which has walk out to back yard. The large eat-in kitchen has upgraded cabinets, granite counters and all stainless steel appliances stay. 2 bedrooms and full bath on second floor. Hardwood and tile throughout except lower level family room. Newer septic (2000), roof 3 years young, electric heat 2 years young, updated windows. Large deck, spacious backyard. All this in a good commuter location. No Condo Fees!! Come take a look today!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Kimberley Martin on 12/9/2018

Statistics vary, but according to two credible sources, 44% of Americans own a dog. That means that if you don't own a dog, there's a strong chance one or both of your next door neighbors do!

Why are dogs such a permanent fixture in so many households? Unconditional love is probably the number one reason most people bring a dog into their lives, but enhanced health, home security, and companionship are others.

Health benefits: If you have a dog in your family, you probably already know the power of the "w" word. From a dog's perspective, there are few experiences that outrank the joy of going for a walk with their master! It not only provides a daily bonding experience for both dog and owner, but it's also an opportunity to introduce a moderate amount of exercise into your life -- assuming your doctor approves! While running, athletics, or weight training is not up everyone's alley (or even medically advisable), taking a leisurely stroll in the neighborhood can be a great way to stretch your legs, get some fresh air, and enjoy bonding moments with your four-legged companion! It's also a proven fact that petting or playing with a dog (or cat) can help lower your blood pressure and distract you from the cares and worries of everyday life.

Teaching moments: Not only do most kids love playing with pets, but they can also benefit from learning pet responsibility, kindness, and compassion.

Home security: While it's not an infallible method of burglarproofing your house, having a dog almost always serves as a deterrent. Most dogs are inherently protective of their territory (and loved ones) and will generally bark if they sense an intruder on the property or at the front door. Since one of the last things burglars want to do is call attention to themselves, a barking dog can definitely help keep the bad guys away!

Companionship: Dogs aren't the greatest conversationalists in the world, but they can be a very comforting presence when you're reading a book, watching TV, or relaxing at home. Many also love to join you for a ride in the car, a walk in the neighborhood, or a run in the park.

While dog ownership is not for everyone, more than 40% of us could not imagine life without our canine companion(s)! They do require a lot of attention, patience, and training, but the rewards are usually well worth the effort.

If you're considering getting a dog, you can gather a lot of helpful information about dog breeds, barking tendencies, temperament, shedding, how much exercise different breeds require, and other characteristics from the American Kennel Association. To help ensure a mutually satisfying relationship between you and your dog, it also pays to sign up for a dog obedience class and go online to learn about dog behavior, crate training, and health maintenance.




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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 12/8/2018

This Single-Family in Derry, NH recently sold for $350,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kimberley Martin - Homes of New Hampshire Realty.


4 Kristin Drive, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$339,900
Price
$350,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great East Derry neighborhood, many updates including, roof, fresh carpets, paint and more. Beautiful 25x25 family room overlooking large, private back yard w/ pool and patio. Large granite center island kitchen w/ awesome Viking 6 burner stove, wine/coffee bar w/ cooler and stainless appliances. Charming screen porch and deck, perfect for morning coffee in the sunshine. Three good sized bedrooms and a finished basement w/ two rooms plus utility room. This is a LOT of house for the price. Take a look .... it might be just what your looking for.






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Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Kimberley Martin on 12/2/2018

If you want to own a home, it may be a good idea to enter the housing market sooner rather than later. That way, you can go from homebuyer to homeowner in no time at all.

Ultimately, there are three steps to buy a home:

1. Conduct an Extensive Home Search

The home search, aka "the fun part" of the homebuying journey, enables you to select a residence that matches or exceeds your expectations.

During a home search, you'll want to attend open houses and home showings. These events will allow you to take an up-close look at a variety of residences.

Of course, don't forget to check out many home listings as well. These listings offer lots of details about a home and can help you differentiate an ordinary residence from your "dream" house.

You also may want to get pre-approved for a mortgage before you kick off your home search. If you receive pre-approval for a mortgage, you can enter the real estate market with a budget in hand and narrow your home search accordingly.

2. Submit an Offer

If you find a house that you want to own, there is no need to wait to submit an offer. Because the longer that you hesitate to make a proposal, the more likely it becomes that a rival homebuyer will swoop in and acquire your dream house.

Prior to submitting a home offer, it often helps to conduct plenty of housing market research. Look at the prices of recently sold houses that are comparable to the residence that you'd like to buy. Then, you can put together a competitive offer that accounts for a house's condition as well as the current state of the housing market.

It is important to note that a seller has the right to accept, reject or counter your home offer. But if you submit a competitive initial offer on a house, you can increase the likelihood of an instant "Yes."

3. Finalize Your Purchase

After a home seller accepts your offer, it may be only a few weeks until you finalize your home purchase. At this time, you'll want to conduct a home inspection to identify any potential problem areas and address such issues as soon as possible.

When it comes to buying a home, there is no need to forgo a home inspection. If you fail to complete an inspection, you risk buying a house that has underlying issues that you may need to mitigate down the line.

In the weeks leading up to closing day, you will want to have a trusted real estate advisor at your disposal. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can help you discover a great home and streamline the process of getting to closing day.

A real estate agent is happy to keep you up to date throughout the homebuying cycle. And if you ever have homebuying concerns or questions, this housing market professional is happy to address them.

Purchase your perfect home use the aforementioned steps, and you can make your homeownership dreams come true.




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