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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 5/20/2018

Do you have what it takes to be a responsive homebuyer? Ultimately, your ability to respond to requests from home sellers and others may dictate your homebuying success.

Becoming a responsive homebuyer can be easy here are three tips to ensure you can do just that.

1. Learn About the Housing Market

A responsive homebuyer understands that he or she has a lot to learn about the housing market. As such, this individual will allocate the necessary time and resources to analyze the real estate sector.

Typically, a responsive homebuyer will perform comprehensive online research. This will help a homebuyer assess a broad range of residences so he or she can tailor a home search accordingly.

Let's not forget about a responsive homebuyer's diligence, either.

A responsive homebuyer may work with an expert real estate agent, i.e. a housing market professional who knows what it takes to land a top-notch house at a budget-friendly price. By doing so, this homebuyer can boost his or her chances of streamlining the homebuying process.

2. Be Available

Are you ready to check out houses as soon as they become available? A responsive homebuyer should have no trouble tracking the housing market and staying up to date about new residences. That way, this individual can act quickly if he or she discovers the perfect home.

An informed approach can make a world of difference, and in most cases, separates a responsive homebuyer from an ordinary property buyer.

Usually, a responsive homebuyer will study the housing market closely and track new houses daily. This property buyer also may collaborate with a real estate agent who will keep him or her informed about new houses that become available.

Perhaps most important, a responsive homebuyer will be ready to accept phone calls, emails and texts throughout the homebuying cycle. He or she will even be open to communication with a home seller something that may help this homebuyer acquire a first-rate house.

3. Offer Positive Responses to Feedback

Although a responsive homebuyer is eager to learn about the real estate sector, he or she won't pretend to be a housing market expert. In fact, this individual often is happy to receive feedback throughout the homebuying cycle.

A responsive homebuyer may consult with a real estate agent who can offer homebuying recommendations and suggestions. This homebuyer may not always agree with a real estate agent's advice, but he or she also will listen to everything that a housing market professional has to say.

Becoming a responsive homebuyer may seem like an uphill climb. However, with support from a real estate agent, you may be able to accelerate the process of transforming your homeownership dream into a reality.

Real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide and serve as homebuying guides. These housing market professionals can help homebuyers find residences that they can enjoy for years to come.

Take the next step to become a responsive homebuyer use these tips, and you can move one step closer to securing your ideal residence.




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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 5/19/2018


80 Bridge Street, Hillsborough, NH 03244

Single-Family

$180,000
Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2
Baths
BRAND NEW FURNACE just installed (05/02/2018). MOTIVATED SELLER! Make an offer. This is a GREAT PROPERTY! Unique cape with such character & personality! Bright eat-in kitchen, french doors, tin ceilings, screened front porch, bright sunny side porch, acre lot partially fenced, mature flowers, beautiful maple tree and birch tree (to name a few). Detached garage with stairway to loft storage, plenty of room to grow!! Convenient location to school district, short walk to downtown, and to Grime's Field...Home of the famous Hillsborough Balloon Festival, a short walk to Butler Park, minutes to NH9/Rt 202 and Rte 149. Potential for efficiency apartment with private access. A little sweat equity needed for this diamond in the rough! Priced to sell AS IS. Lots of potential! Oh yes, a 3 year new roof! Do yourself a favor...take a look if you are looking for a lot of space and are willing to do some work! This is a great opportunity!!! So much charm....so much room! Upstairs can easily be converted into an apartment/in-law! Not to mention the Barn/Garage with loft!
Open House
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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 5/15/2018


27 Hope Hill Road, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$315,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Welcome! Have you been searching for that perfect home in that "just right" spot? Come take a look-see at this bright, sunny home nestled down a shared drive, awaiting your finishing touches! This 7-room Garrison is the perfect spot for family! Updated kitchen with granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. The dining room flows nicely between the kitchen with a granite bar-top pass-through, great for entertaining! 3 generously sized bedrooms upstairs including a large master boasting 2 large closets! 2 full baths (one on main floor, one upstairs) Bright, cheerful living room with A glass slider providing ample natural light leading to the private back deck and large back yard with an above ground pool. Showings begin 05/20/18
Open House
Sunday
May 20 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 27 Hope Hill Road, Derry, NH 03038    Get Directions






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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 5/13/2018

For those who plan to list a house in the foreseeable future, it often is beneficial to track the real estate market. By doing so, a home seller can identify real estate market patterns and trends and quickly address any potential property selling hurdles.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you analyze housing market data so you can accelerate the property selling journey.

1. Review the Prices of Recently Sold Houses in Your Area

Check out the prices of recently sold houses in your city or town. That way, you can find out whether sellers are accepting offers to purchase at or above their initial home asking prices.

Furthermore, it may be a good idea to see how your house ranks against recently sold residences. With this housing market data in hand, you may be better equipped than ever before to establish a competitive initial asking price for your home.

2. Determine How Quickly Houses Are Selling

As a home seller, you should find out whether you're preparing to enter a buyer's or seller's market. If you look at how quickly houses are selling in your city or town, you can distinguish a buyer's market from a seller's one.

In a buyer's market, you will find many sellers and few buyers. Conversely, in a seller's market, there is an abundance of buyers and few sellers.

The differences between a buyer's and seller's market are significant. If you understand whether you're getting ready to sell your home in a housing market that favors buyers or sellers, you can determine how to price your residence so it will generate plenty of interest from buyers. And as a result, you may be able to streamline the home selling journey.

3. Assess the Prices of Homes That Are Similar to Your Own

Your home may be one of many available to property buyers. Thus, you should review the prices of houses in your city or town that are similar to your own. This housing market data will help you narrow the price range for your residence.

Also, you may want to review rival home sellers' property listings and see how these sellers promote their residences to prospective buyers. Because if you can find ways to differentiate your home listing from competitors', you could boost the likelihood of a successful house selling experience.

As you prepare to add your house to the real estate market, you may want to hire a real estate agent as well. A real estate agent will offer recommendations so you can enhance your residence both inside and out and help you establish a competitive initial home asking price. Plus, a real estate agent will help you review an offer to purchase your home and determine the best course of action.

Take the guesswork out of selling your house use the aforementioned tips, and you can monitor the real estate market and use housing sector data to simplify the property selling journey.




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Posted by Kimberley Martin on 5/9/2018


27 Hope Hill Road, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$315,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Welcome! Have you been searching for that perfect home in that "just right" spot? Come take a look-see at this bright, sunny home nestled down a shared drive, awaiting your finishing touches! This 7-room Garrison is the perfect spot for family! Updated kitchen with granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. The dining room flows nicely between the kitchen with a granite bar-top pass-through, great for entertaining! 3 generously sized bedrooms upstairs including a large master boasting 2 large closets! 2 full baths (one on main floor, one upstairs) Bright, cheerful living room with A glass slider providing ample natural light leading to the private back deck and large back yard with an above ground pool. OPEN HOUSE - SATURDAY MAY 12th 11am-1pm
Open House
Saturday
May 12 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 27 Hope Hill Road, Derry, NH 03038    Get Directions






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