Kimberley Martin - Homes of New Hampshire Realty



Posted by Kimberley Martin on 8/21/2018


112 Route 4A, Andover, NH 03216

Land

$150,000
Price

Looking for your own private oasis? This is it! 25.14 acres of wooded land with frontage on Bog Pond! Bring your imagination - this is a hidden gem. Possibilities are endless. Please refer to the attached documentation to walk the property. Starts just past Fox Farm Road
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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 8/20/2018

This Single-Family in Allenstown, NH recently sold for $160,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kimberley Martin - Homes of New Hampshire Realty.


47 Granite Street, Allenstown, NH 03275

Single-Family

$149,900
Price
$160,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2
Baths
This home has tons of character and charm. It has the potential to be amazing and you can move in right now to start to make it your own. Great bones and just needs some updating and TLC. Beautiful corner lot and close to everything in Allenstown. Owner occupied for 70+ years and has been very well maintained. 2nd floor could be an in-law or relative occupied.






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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 8/19/2018

Before you list your house, you'll need to establish a competitive price for it. That way, you can increase the likelihood of stirring up plenty of interest in your house as soon as it becomes available.

Now, let's take a look at three best practices for pricing your home.

1. Evaluate the Real Estate Market

The current real estate market's conditions can impact your ability to sell your residence. However, if you study the real estate market closely, you can differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market and plan accordingly.

In a buyer's market, the number of home sellers exceeds the number of homebuyers. As such, you likely will need to establish an aggressive price right away to separate your house from the competition.

On the other hand, a seller's market favors home sellers over homebuyers. If you're operating in a seller's market, you may be better equipped than ever before to earn a significant profit.

To differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market, examine the prices of recently sold homes and available homes in your area. This housing market data can provide deep insights into the current state of the housing market. Plus, this data can help you understand how your residence stacks up against the competition.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

Ultimately, a home appraisal can make a world of difference for any home seller, at any time.

During a home appraisal, a professional appraiser will examine your house both inside and out. Then, this appraiser will offer a valuation of your property based on his or her findings.

A home appraisal involves an evaluation of the current condition of your home, your house's age and your neighborhood. Therefore, if you complete a home appraisal, you should have no trouble using the appraisal results to help establish a fair price for your residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to selling a house, there is no need to work alone. Fortunately, if you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can receive expert insights into all aspects of the home selling cycle.

A real estate agent is happy to meet with you and learn about your home selling goals. Next, this housing market professional will offer home pricing recommendations, ensuring you can make an informed decision about how to price your house.

In addition, a real estate agent will go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure you can enjoy a seamless home selling experience. This housing market professional will promote your residence to large groups of homebuyers, set up home showings and open houses and put together an engaging and informative home listing. Also, a real estate agent will always keep you up to date about any offers on your home.

Looking to list your home in the near future? Use the aforementioned best practices, and you can establish a competitive price for your residence and boost your chances of a fast, profitable home sale.





Posted by Kimberley Martin on 8/12/2018

Framed photographs have helped transform your ordinary house into a comfortable home. However, if you recently bought or sold a home, you may need to pack up these photographs and take them to a new address in the near future.

Lucky for you, we're here to provide expert insights into how to safely and quickly pack your framed photographs prior to moving day.

Now, let's take a look at three best practice for packing framed photographs.

1. Choose the Right Packing Material

The right packing material for a framed photograph usually varies based on the size of the photograph itself.

For example, if you're packing a small framed photograph, you may want to use a small moving box. Pack the box with bubble wrap or packing paper as well to fully secure the photograph during transit.

If you need to move large framed photographs, you may want to pick up specialty boxes. These boxes can be purchased from a moving supply store and will make it easy for you to protect your photographs as they go from Point A to Point B.

2. Wrap the Picture and Frame

When it comes to protecting framed photographs, packing paper is ideal. If you wrap the photograph with the frame glass-side down against the paper, you can reduce the risk of damage.

For those who decide to pack multiple small framed photographs in the same box, it often pays to individually wrap each photograph in packing paper. That way, you can keep various framed photographs together and prevent them from getting damaged.

Also, use packing tape all the way around a photograph frame. This will help you keep all packing paper in place around the frame and photograph.

3. Use Caution When Placing Framed Photographs in a Moving Truck

A framed photograph will absorb pressure more easily on its edge than lying flat. Thus, a framed photograph should be placed on its side not flat in a moving truck.

Furthermore, when you pack a moving truck, you should always place framed photographs in a spot where they won't move or fall over. You may even be able to wedge framed photographs between heavy objects to keep these photographs in place in a moving truck.

If you need additional assistance as you pack your framed photographs or other belongings, you may want to hire a professional moving company. With this business at your side, you can receive comprehensive support as you prep for moving day.

Lastly, a real estate agent can help you enjoy a seamless transition from one address to another. In addition to helping you map out the home selling or homebuying journey, a real estate agent can put you in touch with the best moving companies in your area.

Simplify the process of packing your framed photographs use the aforementioned best practices, and you can quickly and effortlessly get your framed photographs ready for an upcoming move.




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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 8/9/2018


144 Oak Hill Road, Weare, NH 03281

Single-Family

$345,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
3
Baths
Attention Antique Home Lovers...Welcome Home! This 200+ year old post and beam is just waiting for your final touches, big hugs and some TLC! Beams were hand-hewed in the early 1800 from primeval forests. The center bents are constructed of 30 foot hand-hewed 12 by 12 beams fully exposed. Some of the boards that make up the downstairs ceilings are nearly 30 inches wide pine and irreplaceable in today lumber industry. The floors throughout the house are wide pine boards all original except for the kitchen and great room which were updated/built in 1993. NH historians suggest that the trees that build this house escaped the 1700 clear-cut timber that went to support Englands ship yards. The open concept kitchen/ living area is perfect for entertaining. Stroll outside with your coffee to the peaceful backyard, or grab a comfy seat in the family room next to the floor to ceiling field stone fireplace...did I mention this room has radiant floor heat! This home has all the charm expected from an Antique Colonial. Come take a look!
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