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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 2/22/2018


22 Mount Vernon, Haverhill, MA 01830

Zip 01830

Condo

$149,990
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Great Value in a crazy market! This is not a cookie cutter condo! Unique garden - style condo on the top floor featuring 2 bedrooms with a newly remodeled bathroom. Skylights provide lots of natural light and there is a large eat-in kitchen with new wood /laminate flooring. All appliances, including a washer/dryer, are included. There is storage available in the basement. This is an owner-managed 4 unit building with 2 deeded off-street parking spaces. Bring your pets! Close to all area amenities, downtown shops, and restaurants, the train, the Merrimack River, Winnekenni Park, Rts. 495, 97, and 125.
Open House
Sunday
February 25 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 2/22/2018


22 Mount Vernon, Haverhill, MA 01830

Zip 01830

Condo

$149,990
Price

4
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Great Value in a crazy market! This is not a cookie cutter condo! Unique garden - style condo on the top floor featuring 2 bedrooms with a newly remodeled bathroom. Skylights provide lots of natural light and there is a large eat-in kitchen with new wood /laminate flooring. All appliances, including a washer/dryer, are included. There is storage available in the basement. This is an owner-managed 4 unit building with 2 deeded off-street parking spaces. Bring your pets! Close to all area amenities, downtown shops, and restaurants, the train, the Merrimack River, Winnekenni Park, Rts. 495, 97, and 125.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Tags: Haverhill   Real Estate   01830   Condo  
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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 2/12/2018

When it comes to finding a place for you and your family to live, there have never been more options available than today. Banks and property owners have made living arrangements available and accessible to people of any lifestyle; whether you plan on staying in a home for just six months, or for the rest of your life.

It isn’t always easy, though, to determine which option is best for you. In this article, we’ll break down the financial and lifestyle characteristics of the four most common living situations: condominiums, townhouses, apartments, or owning your own home.

Condo living

Condominiums are a type of community living. But, they’re more than just an apartment that you own. Most condos are attached; meaning they’re not separated by yards and driveways. Some, however, are detached. One thing that is true for all condos, however, are the common areas throughout the development. This can include things like a park, yards, gyms, pools, or lounges and cafes. The best part about those amenities? You don’t have to worry about their upkeep.

So, since you own the condo, who pays for the common areas? Odds are, you’ll be paying a monthly fee or a homeowners association fee to upkeep the amenities your condo came with. Expect higher fees for better amenities and prime real estate location.

What about maintenance? Since you own the condo, you’re responsible for much of the interior maintenance, such as appliances. However, outdoor issues like roofing or siding are usually the responsibility of the homeowners association or property manager.

Condos are ideal for people who are somewhat committed to an area, and who want independence over their home without having to take care of all the landscaping.

Townhouses

Townhouses are in many ways the opposite of condos. They are often rented but they look like single family homes, complete with a driveway and front yard. There are also typically homeowners association fees for townhouses, but they can be significantly less since there are fewer amenities in a townhouse living environment.

Depending on your long-term plans, you can either rent or buy townhouses. Renting is usually a better choice for inhabitants who don’t plan on staying in the residence for more than a couple of years.

Homeownership

If what you truly seek in a home is independence and privacy then traditional homeownership might be the best option for you. If you own a home outright and don’t have to answer to a homeowners association, you get to choose what you do with your yard. There are of course, some limits to this, like getting additions approved by zoning boards, or trampolines signed off by your insurance company.

Financially, homes can be a good asset. They typically increase in value and allow you to build equity. You might also find them more financially dependable; rents can increase year after year, but your monthly mortgage payments typically won’t unless you choose to refinance.

Ultimately, buying a home is going to benefit you more the longer you stay there. So, if you plan on moving for work in the next few years, you might be better off renting.





Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 1/29/2018

This Condo in Hampstead, NH recently sold for $281,000. This style home was sold by Heidi Mahoney - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


32 Forrest Street, Hampstead, NH 03826

Condo

$289,900
Price
$281,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Welcome to Eastwood Place, a small-quiet, 23 unit condo development which is conveniently located to shopping centers, major roadway (Routes 111, 125 & 495) and only a short driving distance to MA. Very close to the dog walking trail. Big Island Pond, Angle Pond, and the Town Forest is also nearby. Walk into this 2 bedroom, Open Concept townhouse with a large lower level finished family room which boasts plenty of natural lighting and a walkout to the outdoor patio area. On the first level you'll find a wood deck outside the living room area where you can also enjoy the outdoors. The living room has cathedral ceilings and a gas fireplace to cozy up to on those cool NH days. Many upgrades done this past year which includes hardwood flooring, new carpeting and entire unit has been freshly painted. There is granite countertops, central AC and so much more. Get in before it's too late! Agent related to the seller. FHA APPROVED!






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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 11/6/2017

Want to relocate to a condo? Buying a condo can be an uphill climb, particularly for homebuyers who are browsing the real estate market for the first time. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who will allocate the necessary time and resources to ensure you can find a top-notch condo in no time at all.

Ultimately, hiring the right real estate agent to assist you during your condo search can be easy. Here are three questions that you should ask a real estate agent before you hire him or her to guide you during your condo search:

1. How have you helped condo buyers in the past?

Ask a real estate agent about his or her past experience with condo buyers – you'll be glad you did. With this information at your disposal, you can find out how a real estate professional collaborates with condo buyers to help them achieve their goals.

A real estate agent should be a good communicator, i.e. someone who keeps condo buyers informed at each stage of the condo buying journey. That way, this real estate professional will keep you up to date about new condos as they become available and ensure you can find a great condo at a budget-friendly price.

When in doubt, be sure to ask for client referrals too. By doing so, you can reach out to a real estate agent's past clients to learn about their condo buying experiences.

2. How do you approach difficult situations?

Unfortunately, the condo buying journey sometimes can be filled with roadblocks along the way. For real estate agents, it is important to remain calm, cool and collected in these situations and do everything possible to limit their impact.

Ask a real estate agent to share details about past condo buying experiences that did not necessarily go according to plan. This will provide you with insights into how a real estate agent approaches unforeseen circumstances and whether he or she can thrive under pressure.

A real estate professional with condo buying experience should do whatever it takes to help his or her client get the best results possible. With this real estate agent at your side, you should have no trouble securing your dream condo, regardless of the challenges that you encounter along the way.

3. Why should I hire you?

There is no right or wrong answer as to why you should hire a real estate agent to help you find a condo. For many condo buyers, it is a gut feeling. Meanwhile, other property buyers will choose a real estate professional based solely on his or her education and past successes.

As a condo buyer, it is important to employ a real estate agent who you will feel comfortable working with at all times. This real estate professional should be happy to help you in any way possible and respond to your condo buying concerns and queries. In addition, he or she will go the extra mile to ensure you can buy a terrific condo that matches or exceeds your expectations.




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