Regarding Real Estate LLC



Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 11/23/2017


3 Tenney Mountain Highway, Plymouth, NH 03264

Land

$124,000
Price

Walmart, yes walmart its entrance is right across the street. Cant get much of a better location for your business. Signal and tons of traffic. Preliminary site design for a 30x80 building and parking. Come take a look!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real-Estate   Land   Plymouth   03264  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 11/23/2017

Selling a home for the first time can be tricky. In fact, first-time home sellers often make mistakes that prolong the home selling process. Perhaps even worse, these errors may cause a home seller to miss out on opportunities to optimize the value of his or her residence.

Now, let's take a look at three common mistakes that first-time home sellers make, as well as ways to avoid these problems.

1. Setting an Unrealistic Initial Asking Price

Although you might have paid a hefty sum for your house a few years ago, what your home was worth then is unlikely to match its current value. However, if you set an unrealistic initial asking price for your residence, you risk alienating dozens of potential buyers.

Before you set a price for your house, it pays to perform plenty of housing market research. That way, you can see how your home stacks up against the competition and price it based on the current real estate sector's conditions.

Furthermore, you may want to conduct a home appraisal prior to listing your house. Following a home appraisal, you'll receive a property valuation to help you establish a competitive price for your residence.

2. Failing to Provide Full Details About Your House

No home is perfect, and a home seller who withholds information about his or her residence risks wasting precious time and resources. To better understand why this may be the case, let's consider an example.

If a home seller fails to include information about a faulty heating and cooling system in a home listing, a buyer will be unaware of the problem. A buyer then may submit an offer on this house that a seller accepts. But during a home inspection, a property inspector likely will discover the defective heating and cooling system, which leads the buyer to rescind his or her offer. And at this point, the seller will have to restart the home selling process from square one.

When it comes to selling a home, it helps to be honest. If you provide full details about your residence, you can help a buyer make an informed decision and reduce the risk of that a purchase agreement will fall apart after a home inspection.

3. Choosing an Ineffective Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent should have a seller's best interests in mind. As such, this housing market professional will collaborate with a seller throughout the home selling journey to ensure a seller can optimize his or her earnings.

Unfortunately, not all real estate agents possess the same skills. But if you evaluate a variety of real estate agents, you can increase the likelihood of finding one who matches or exceeds your expectations.

Employ a real estate agent with a proven reputation. And if you're uncertain about whether a real estate agent can help you achieve your home selling goals, it usually helps to request client referrals from this housing market professional.

Streamline the process of selling your home – avoid the aforementioned first-time home seller mistakes, and you can boost your chances of enjoying a quick, profitable home selling experience.





Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 11/21/2017


14 Oak Street, Northfield, NH 03276

Single-Family

$160,000
Price

4
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
A lot of house for this kind of money. Situated on a nicely landscaped corner lot, serviced by town water & sewer. Recent work includes, new roof, siding, windows so you don't have to worry. Super walking location to school, downtown shopping and commuting.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 11/19/2017

Moving can be difficult, especially if you are forced to deal with cold temperatures. Fortunately, we're here to help you streamline your cold weather move.

Now, let's take a look at three tips for moving in cold weather.

1. Pick Up a Hat and Gloves

Bundle up in cold temperatures – you will be glad you did. If you pick up a hat and gloves prior to moving day, you'll ensure that you're ready to stay warm in frigid temperatures.

Furthermore, you may want to purchase a scarf and boots in advance of your move. A scarf will enable you to protect yourself against excess wind that is commonly associated with snowstorms. Meanwhile, boots will make it simple to trek through mud, snow and slush on moving day.

2. Be Extra Cautious with Your Fragile Items

When it comes to fragile items, it pays to be extra cautious, particularly in cold weather. Thus, you may want to double-pack fragile items to reduce the likelihood that these items could be damaged due to cold weather.

In addition, it often helps to prepare your electronics for cold weather. Electronics may be more susceptible to damage in cold weather than other items. As such, you should do everything possible to keep your electronics warm and safe as you travel from one destination to another.

When in doubt, you may want to pack all of your electronics into boxes and place these boxes in your car. Because if you keep these boxes in your car, you can guarantee that they can stay at a consistent temperature throughout your trip to your new address.

3. Have Warm Beverages Readily Available

Moving your belongings in frigid temperatures can be an unpleasant experience for your entire moving team. However, if you keep hot cocoa, tea and other warm beverages on hand, you can help all members of your moving team stay warm.

Moreover, plan plenty of breaks during a cold weather move. Packing and transporting belongings from one destination to the next can be exhausting, especially if you're working in frigid temperatures. If you schedule regular breaks for your moving team, you may be able to reduce the risk of cold weather-related accidents or injuries on moving day.

A cold weather move is far from ideal, and if you need extra help along the way, you may want to hire a professional moving company. This business employs friendly, diligent moving professionals who will do what it takes to ensure that you can enjoy a successful move, regardless of weather.

Lastly, it usually helps to work with a real estate agent prior to moving day. A real estate agent is happy to help you buy or sell a house, and he or she also can put you in touch with the top moving companies in your area.

There is no need to stress over a cold weather move. If you use the aforementioned tips, you can quickly and effortlessly transport your belongings to any address, at any time.




Categories: Moving Tips   moving  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 11/19/2017

Closet space is a finite resource that there never seems to be quite enough of. If you're like me and live in a small house, your closet might double as a storage space as well. That doesn't leave much room for unnecessary clothes. You may have heard of the recent trend dubbed "capsule wardrobes." A capsule wardrobe is, at its core, a way of simplifying your wardrobe while still enjoying the selection of clothing you have. Since it went viral on the internet, however, many people have taken this minimalistic idea and overcomplicated it. Let's face it, none of us are about to throw away most of our clothes to try out a method that we might hate. So, let's take smaller steps toward creating more space in the closet without feeling like you're throwing out things you love.

Step 1: What do you wear?

Before you throw away anything, set aside the articles of clothing you wear the most. That includes your work clothes, night clothes, and your favorite outfits to go out in. There's a good chance that you'll be left with a lot of clothes, shoes, and accessories that don't match your other clothes or you have outfits for special occasions that hardly ever get worn.

Step 2: Asking the hard questions

It's time to get real. With the clothes that you don't wear on a weekly basis in front of you, ask yourself these questions:
  • Does it fit?
  • Is it still my style?
  • Do I have something similar that I like better?
  • If I saw this in a store right now would I buy it again?
If you have clothes that don't meet those criteria, there's a good chance they won't be missed.

Step 3: Versatile clothing

There are certain colors and fabrics that are just more versatile than others--neutral colors that match just about anything, khakis that can be worn casually or business-casual, and so on. Choose the clothes you have that you can make the most outfits with. Try them on and find out which combinations you like. You might find that some articles of clothing, while they look great on their own, just don't really have much potential for creating outfits.

Step 4: Plan outfits you get excited about

To really feel confident moving forward you're going to need to be excited about your selection. Spread out your outfit combinations on the floor and take some photos. This will help you remember which combinations of clothing you love so you don't get cold feet when it comes time to part ways with your old clothing.

Step 5: Don't be wasteful

You'll feel much better about getting rid of that pile of old clothes and shoes if you feel like it's for a good purpose. Sure, you have the benefit of more closet space, but in addition you can sometimes get even more out of the deal. If you have a consignment shop or second-hand clothing store in your area, you could get money or a tax write-off in exchange for your items. Or, you could always donate your clothes to a thrift store that uses their profits for a good cause.




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