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This Single-Family in Belmont, NH recently sold for $273,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Office Manchester - CENTURY 21 Dumont and Associates.


44 Highcrest Drive, Belmont, NH 03220

Single-Family

$279,900
Price
$273,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
DETAILED describes this 3 bedroom ,2.5 bath ranch. Home is close enough to everything yet privacy galore. Granite kitchen, fireplace, hardwood flooring, skylights, central AC, master bath with heated floor. Finished basement has workout room, large bedroom and half bath. Heated garage direct entry, three season room, back deck for family barbecues. Back yard abuts woods affording wildlife views. Large farmers porch and landscaped located on over an acre in the desirable Highcrest. Dont let this one pass you by.




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This Single-Family in Manchester, NH recently sold for $265,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by Office Manchester - CENTURY 21 Dumont and Associates.


53 Lindstrom Court, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$269,900
Price
$265,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2
Baths
Ready to move-in renovated split level in wonderful northeast location. Set in a cul-de-sac with over 1/2 Acre. Interior has open concept. Applianced Kitchen w/granite counters, ss sink, oak cabinets, sliders to enclosed 3-season sunroom. Fireplaced Living room w/new window. Beautiful wood floors, new baths and new light fixtures. Lower level has finished family room or 3rd bedroom. Extra 3/4 bath with washer/dryer hook-ups. New roof and additional insulation in attic. 2-car garage under and several outbuildings for landscaping or hobbies. In-ground pool and large fenced yard. Quiet location, ideal for commuters.




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A garage sale represents a great opportunity for a home seller. This event enables you to eliminate clutter from your home as well as earn extra cash that you may be able to put toward your future residence. As such, a garage sale should not be taken lightly, and you should do everything you can to prep for this event. So what does it take to host a successful garage sale? Here are three tips that you need to know: 1. Make Your Garage Sale a Family-Friendly Event. It's tough to put together a garage sale on your own. However, you may be able to enlist family members and friends to help you transform an ordinary garage sale into an instant success. Family members and friends can help you organize the items you'd like to sell, offer assistance to shoppers who may be interested in various items and ensure you're able to clean up after your garage sale is complete. Of course, you should offer incentives to encourage family members and friends to help you with your garage sale, too. Whether it's hosting a barbecue in conjunction with your event or offering each helper a share of your garage sale profits, it's important to show your family members and friends that you appreciate their hard work and dedication as they work toward making your garage sale a success. 2. Avoid the Dangers of Overpricing. As a home seller, the goal of your garage sale should be to get rid of any excess items in your house. Thus, you need to avoid the dangers associated with overpricing, because asking too much for numerous items will do little to generate interest among shoppers. Try to be flexible about pricing during your garage sale. Typically, shoppers may ask to negotiate a price on an item, and you should be willing to reconsider your initial price if necessary. A successful negotiation will result in a win-win situation in which both you and the shopper are happy with the results. And with a flexible approach to pricing, you should have no trouble getting rid of a wide range of items at your garage sale and earning substantial profits along the way, too. 3. Don't Forget About the Importance of Customer Service. A customer-oriented approach is paramount throughout your garage sale, and it may enable you to maximize your sales during the event as well. If a shopper has a question, try to respond immediately. Or, if a shopper is ready to check out, provide service with a smile. A friendly, positive attitude can make a world of difference during a garage sale. Therefore, you should remain courteous and approachable during your event and be ready to assist shoppers in any way you can. Hosting a garage sale may seem like a major challenge, particularly for home sellers who lack extensive time and resources. But with the aforementioned tips, you can get organized and make the most of your garage sale.

An office move, new military assignment or desire to be closer to an aging parent are a few reasons why buying an out of state house makes sense. Wanting to initiate personal change is another reason why you may want to buy a house in another state. A faraway house move positions you to make new friends, discover new job opportunities and advance your education at better schools.

Before you buy a house in another state

There are many benefits to be gained from moving into a house in another state. Yet, there are also challenges to buying a house in another state. To start, it won't be as easy to house shop in the other state. Distance alone will make it harder to keep going out and visiting open houses. Distance will also make it harder to accompany your realtor on trips to private home viewings.

The latter point proves to be yet another reason why you need to pay special attention to who you choose to be your realtor. When buying an out of state house make sure that you confirm that the realtor has an active license.

Ask for realtor referrals from people you know who currently live in the state that you want to buy a new house in. Speak with two or more actively licensed realtors, asking about their commissions, how long they have been buying and selling houses in the area and where they most want to live in the state. Other steps to take before you buy a house in another state include:

  • Visit the area two to three times before you buy a house. Devote two trips to house shopping.
  • During one of the visits to the new area, checkout shopping centers, entertainment spots, restaurants, community facilities and schools.
  • Ask someone you know who is well versed in the area to show you around. This is an excellent way to see the city. You'll learn about major roadways and hot spots, places you might miss if you tried to learn the area on your own.
  • Talk with people who are currently living where you want to buy a house.
  • Consider renting a house or an apartment for three to six months, until you find a permanent home that meets your family's wants.
  • Rank neighborhoods in the area on housing costs, property taxes, schools, income and sales taxes, community services, walking scores, businesses and entertainment.

Don't let buying a house out of state stop you from a job relocation, moving closer to family or moving to an area that puts you closer to the experiences that you want to enjoy. Get a reliable, licensed realtor who knows the state that you want to buy a house in and you could reduce the challenges related to the move. Researching the area where you want to move also helps, even making you feel as if you know the new place better than you would if you waited until you moved to start exploring the town.


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3020 Brown Avenue, Manchester, NH 03103

Condo

$179,500
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Enjoy your new waterfront condominium situated at River Landing Condominiums in a small secluded location with a country atmosphere but close to shopping, restaurants, airport and easy highway access. The applianced kitchen features granite counters, wood floors and sliders to your private deck overlooking the Merrimack River. The living room has updated wood floors. The Master bedroom has a finished loft with skylights and a second bedroom, perfect for children, guests or an office. There is a half bath on the first floor. Central air and natural gas heat. Full basement for extra storage and new vinyl siding on the exterior.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




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