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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 1/28/2020

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Before you plunk your hard-earned money down on a working luxury ranch, look at several factors, including location, features, your experience and business opportunities. The success of the ranch hinges on your experience or the people you hire to run the ranch. Even if it’s a private ranch where you might sell horses or cattle, you either need experience or need to hire people who have experience.

Type of Ranch

Determine what type of ranch you will have. A horse ranch, cattle ranch and a dude ranch are all different. The type of ranch will also determine the location of the ranch. Horse ranches need stables and corrals. You might need several barns, including a foaling barn, if you plan on raising and selling horses. Cattle ranches might need foaling barns, milking barns and separate barns and fields for steers and cows. A dude ranch is a working ranch that allows guests. In addition to the typical ranch buildings, you’ll also need a place for people to stay, whether you build a hotel-type building or you build separate cabins.

Location

Ranches are usually located well outside of town and cities because of the amount of area they take up. A smaller ranch might have 5,000 acres, while a large ranch could have tens of thousands of acres. The size of the ranch will determine the location.

Whether you buy raw land to make your own ranch or you buy an existing ranch, you must also look at the features of the land. Working ranches must have enough flat or slightly rolling areas for cattle or horses to graze. The entire ranch cannot be on the side of a mountain. If you want features for horse trails, whether for a dude ranch or for yourself, look for a property that is flat but encompasses part or all of a mountain. With such a large property, you’ll probably have some streams, but you may want larger water features, such as a pond, lake or a stream or river that runs year ‘round.

Working the Ranch

If you buy a turnkey ranch, be ready to go through the employees to determine whom you will keep. You might also wish to hire additional employees. If you buy a dude ranch, in addition to a ranch foreman and hands to work the horses or cattle, you’ll need to staff the guest quarters, including kitchen staff, front desk employees, maids and more.

Ranch Demographics

Finally, make sure the ranch demographics are what you want. For example, if you buy a dude ranch, where are the guest quarters located? Are they too close to the main house? Are they too close to the stables? Does the ranch have what you need for your plans, including enough barns, the proper equipment and the right features? Is the main house what you are looking for, or do you need to add on or tear it down and rebuilt to your specifications?

Because you have so many elements to consider, make a checklist of what you are looking for so that when you do visit luxury ranches for sale, you can make a better decision.




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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 1/24/2020

This Commercial in Manchester, NH recently sold for $245,000. This style home was sold by - Regarding Real Estate LLC.


253 Wilson Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Commercial

$300,000
Price
$245,000
Sale Price

Great opportunity to own and operate a bar in a long time and well known location. This property was family owned and operated for many years and many locals still have fond memories of time spent there. Bars are still intact on 2 floors and some furniture and equipment remains. All kitchen equipment is on site and in its place along with walk-in cooler. There are even 3 pool tables. This just needs a clean up and some finish work to get back in business. More recently the owners have leased the location for $5000 a month which makes this asking price a great deal for investors. It's also WELL below the assessed value. A brand new heating system was recently installed and the AC has been recently serviced and works great. The building is equipped with sprinklers. The parking lot can hold around 20 vehicles. The possibilities are endless with this space. With 2 finished floors, its virtually 2 properties in one!






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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 1/22/2020

This Multi-Family in Pittsfield, NH recently sold for $198,000. This style home was sold by - Regarding Real Estate LLC.


20 Chestnut Street, Pittsfield, NH 03263

Multi-Family

$188,000
Price
$198,000
Sale Price

4
Total Units
This is a great owner occupied situation, 4 units total. A large 3 bedroom , 2 story apt for an owner with a brand new kitchen and refinished pine floors, with 3 other units to pay the costs. All units have separate utilities, plenty of parking. Nice in town location with the bonus of river frontage for your water toys! Management company in place or do it yourself, rents could be raised for additional income.






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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 1/22/2020

This Commercial in Hooksett, NH recently sold for $300,000. This style home was sold by - Regarding Real Estate LLC.


1568 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

Commercial

$299,900
Price
$300,000
Sale Price

Traffic count is 19,000 + cars a day which will insure the success of any enterprise. Hooksett Rd./US Rte.3 is a major north/south corridor between 2 of NH largest cities Manchester + Concord. Many national brands and franchises are located along this route because of the on & off ramps to Rt. 93. This is a large and open parcel with great frontage and visibility allowing larger vehicles the safety to come and go. There is a large structure with 16' door currently operated by a commercial boiler repair and installer. Attached is another 2 story structure now an office and storage space with many possibilities for the next owner to rehab and reconfigure. The building is set back allowing for generous parking and the ability to sublease parking and storage to other large equipment operators. This lot can be combined with the abutting lot with additional structures generating income. It is an opportunity to create a rare large 5 acre parcel, see mls # 4716405.






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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 1/21/2020

A smart home device may prove to be a time (and money) saver. However, not all smart house devices are ideal for all homeowners. If you select a smart home gadget that fails to accommodate your day-to-day needs, you risk wasting time and resources on a device that delivers little to no return on investment.

Ultimately, it helps to conduct an in-depth search for the right smart home devices based on your individual needs. With a comprehensive search, you can find one or more terrific smart house gadgets that suit you perfectly.

For those who are on the lookout for reliable and budget-friendly smart home devices, there are lots of things you can do to perform an extensive search for gadgets that will serve you well. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you find the right smart house gadgets for your residence.

1. Assess Your House

Think about why you want a smart home device, as well as how you might use this gadget in your house. Then, you can determine how exactly a smart house device can help you streamline various day-to-day tasks.

For instance, if you strive to reduce your electricity bills, you may want to invest in smart light bulbs. This investment could deliver long-lasting cost savings, as smart light bulbs will allow you to simultaneously brighten up your residence and lower your electricity consumption.

On the other hand, if you want a new doorbell, now may be an ideal time to invest in a smart doorbell. With a smart doorbell at your disposal, you can use the video camera that allows you to see visitors as soon as they approach your home.

2. Start Small and Scale Accordingly

Although you may be tempted to buy multiple smart home devices at once, it often is a good idea to purchase one smart house gadget at a time. That way, you can avoid the risk of getting overwhelmed by myriad smart home devices at once.

Generally, it helps to perform research, find out if a smart home device is right for you and make your smart house gadget purchase. If your investment works out well, you then should consider additional smart home devices.

Of course, if you find a particular smart home device fails to match your expectations, there is no need to stress. Smart home technology is constantly evolving, and as such, new and improved smart house devices soon may be available to fulfill your needs.

3. Review Your Budget

Set a budget for your smart home device spending. Next, try to stick to this budget as closely as possible to ensure you don't spend beyond your means to purchase smart house gadgets.

Shop around for a smart home device, too. This will allow you to pick up a quality smart house gadget at a price that corresponds to your budget.

Clearly, there is a lot to consider relative to smart home devices. If you use the aforementioned tips, you may be better equipped than ever before to determine if a particular smart house gadget is right for you.







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