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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 11/17/2017

This Single-Family in Sandown, NH recently sold for $333,000. This style home was sold by Heidi Mahoney - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


12 Chestnut Hill Drive, Sandown, NH 03873

Single-Family

$329,900
Price
$333,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Don't miss out on this 4 Bed 2.5 Bath Garrison in sought after neighborhood in "southern" Sandown,- country living - small town charm but still a convenient location. This home has lots of space - with 4 bedrooms upstairs including a Master with it's own bath and double closets. First floor boosts a large kitchen with newer appliances (2016) including a gas stove/oven for the chef in your home and tons of cabinets! The LR has hardwood and a fireplace for cozy winter night? The formal DR also has Hardwood floors and is just off the large Kitchen. The first floor also has a room you could use as a den/offiice or family/playroom. Ok so the basement is unfinished but it boosts a new furnace (2016), New Well Tank and On Demand Hot Water system...New garage doors on the 2 car garage round out this great home...but wait...This home also had newer roof (2013)! the yard has landscaped walkway and level spot waiting for a patio or pool? The yard even has a "Certified Wildlife Habitat" too. Conveniently located, Dead end street and lots of room - what are you waiting for? Time to make this one your new home!






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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 11/14/2017


51 Varnum St, Haverhill, MA 01832

Zip 01832

Multi-Family

$329,510
Price

3
Units
2,066
Approx. GLA
NEW PRICE makes this one of the best deals in Haverhill. Don't miss out on this 3 family home with 2 vacant units. 2nd and 3rd-floor units are bright with natural light and have been just updated with new flooring/carpeting, some new windows, and fresh paint. Unit 2 was deleaded. House is vinyl sided, has newer windows, small fenced in yard, and the roof is less than 10 years old. Each unit has separate utilities and all furnaces were just inspected and serviced. 2 additional 'like new' furnaces included. Seller is giving a $1000 credit at closing for appliances. Rents in this area are over $1000/month! Conveniently located to downtown, the train, and all area amenities. Be in for the holidays!
Open House
Sunday
November 19 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 11/13/2017

Where you decide to live is perhaps one of the most important decisions that you’ll make. The location of your home will determine the property value and how much you can potentially get out of your investment. The location of your home also will determine how you live your everyday life. What’s nearby and how you get around are big factors based on where you choose to live. Here’s what you must consider when choosing where you want to live: 


The Part Of The Country You Live In


Where you choose to live is based on a lot of factors in your life. Yet, the part of the country that you choose to live in has such a big impact on your lifestyle. If you’re planning on staying in your home for a long time, this is an important decision. Although many people have their location chosen for them based on job and family needs, other people work this question out a bit differently. 


City Life Or The ‘Burbs?


If you like peace and quiet, this is an important question. If you live far outside the city, you’ll be able to have a lot more land than if you buy a home within the city limits. Education options are also greater in the city compared to a town or rural area. If you are looking for wider access to entertainment, shopping and medical services, you may need to strongly consider living closer to the city. If you like a bit more quiet, choose the outer limits as a place to live. 


The Neighborhood


Each neighborhood in a particular area has different characteristics. You’ll want to find a neighborhood that fits your personality and needs. You should feel comfortable and at “home” in your neighborhood. Also, you’ll want to be in close proximity to your workplace so that you avoid a long commute. 


What Are The Schools Like?


This is one of the most important questions for people who have a family or are planning to start a family. You’ll need to do some research as to what school systems are like in specific areas that you’re thinking of living in. Keep in mind that you may end up paying a premium to live in a neighborhood that has a good school system.


Neighborhood Culture


Depending upon the neighborhood that you choose, people will either keep to themselves or provide a certain kind of social pressure. In certain neighborhoods there’s more social activity and more pressure to send your kids to certain schools and enroll them in certain activities. 

What’s Next? 


Now that you know how to find the right place to search for a home, you’ll need to figure out what kind of home you’d like to live in. Start making your wish list!





Posted by Heidi Mahoney on 11/11/2017


51 Varnum St, Haverhill, MA 01832

Zip 01832

Multi-Family

$329,510
Price

3
Units
2,066
Approx. GLA
NEW PRICE makes this one of the best deals in Haverhill. Don't miss out on this 3 family home with 2 vacant units. 2nd and 3rd-floor units are bright with natural light and have been just updated with new flooring/carpeting, some new windows, and fresh paint. Unit 2 was deleaded. House is vinyl sided, has newer windows, small fenced in yard, and the roof is less than 10 years old. Each unit has separate utilities and all furnaces were just inspected and serviced. 2 additional 'like new' furnaces included. Seller is giving a $1000 credit at closing for appliances. Rents in this area are over $1000/month! Conveniently located to downtown, the train, and all area amenities. Be in for the holidays!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Categories: Price Change  


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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