Erwin & McCarthy Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan



Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 7/18/2018

The home selling process should be quick, particularly for those who offer great houses at competitive prices. However, problems may arise that prevent an individual from enjoying a seamless home selling experience.

When it comes to selling a house as quickly as possible, it generally is a good idea to be proactive. That way, you can resolve any potential home problems before you add your house to the real estate market. A proactive approach to selling a house also may enable you to minimize the risk of encountering time-intensive problems throughout the home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you avoid delays as you sell your house.

1. Perform a House Inspection

A home inspection typically is requested by a homebuyer after his or her offer is accepted on a house. Conversely, a home seller can perform an inspection prior to listing a residence to identify home issues and fix these problems right away.

During a house inspection, a property expert will examine a residence both inside and out. He or she then will provide an inspection report that offers comprehensive insights into a residence's condition.

A home seller should assess the results of an inspection report closely. By doing so, a seller can prioritize myriad home repairs and alleviate these issues. And as a result, a seller can prevent such problems from potentially stopping a home sale at a later time.

2. Establish an Aggressive Initial Asking Price

The price that a seller sets for his or her house can have a major impact on how quickly the home selling journey progresses. If a seller establishes an aggressive initial asking price for his or her residence, this individual may boost the likelihood of a fast home selling journey.

Remember, homebuyers are searching for residences that deliver the ideal mix of quality and affordability. If you price your residence competitively based on the current housing market's conditions, homebuyers may choose to pursue your house over others that are available. Then, it may be only a matter of time before you receive multiple offers on your house that are at or above your residence's initial asking price.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you're worried about encountering time-intensive problems during the house selling journey, there is no need to stress. For those who hire a real estate agent, you can get the support you need to address any potential home selling problems.

A real estate agent possesses the skills and know-how to help you simplify the home selling journey. He or she is happy to provide expert recommendations as you proceed along this journey. And if you ever have concerns or questions about selling your house, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Want to accelerate the home selling journey? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can limit the risk of encountering potential hurdles that otherwise could slow you down as you sell your house.




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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 7/17/2018


3 New Road, Barnstead, NH 03225

Single-Family

$162,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Get ready to be WOWED! All new carpeting in 2nd floor bedrooms, 1st floor bedroom/den and stairwell. New vinyl flooring in kitchen, living room and front hall/mud room. New vanity, toilet and flooring in bathroom.Majority interior doors are brand new. Beautiful Anderson sliding doors to back deck. Well lit with ceiling lights and fans throughout home.Brand new furnace.Whole house has been painted including trim.500' river frontage. Walking distance to library,town hall,fire department and police department.Your very own year round vacation home.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 7/11/2018

For a buyer who is interested in learning more about a residence, it may be beneficial to set up a house showing. In fact, there are many reasons why now may be a good time to schedule a home showing, such as:

1. You can determine if a home is right for you.

Many houses are available in cities and towns nationwide, and as such, differentiating a good home from a great one sometimes can be difficult. Fortunately, a home showing offers a worry-free opportunity to get an up-close look at a residence. And after a showing is complete, you can decide whether a house matches your expectations.

During a home showing, a seller's agent can respond to any of your house concerns and questions. This agent also can provide details about why a seller has listed his or her residence, as well as other information about a home that you may be unable to obtain elsewhere.

Of course, if you are satisfied with a home following a showing, you can submit an offer to purchase this residence. Or, if you find that a home fails to meet your expectations, you can continue your pursuit of your dream house.

2. You can compare and contrast similar houses.

A home showing provides a valuable learning opportunity, as it enables you to compare and contrast houses against one another. If you set up multiple home showings, you may be able to review a wide range of residences in a short period of time.

You can set up as many home showings as you want, too. Therefore, if you find you still have questions about a house after a showing, there is no need to stress. Simply schedule a follow-up showing, and you can take a second look at a residence at your convenience.

3. You can make an informed homebuying decision.

As a homebuyer, it is important to gain as much information about a house as possible. And if you believe a home may be your dream residence, there is no harm in setting up a showing. That way, you can view a residence in-person and make an informed decision about whether to proceed with an offer to purchase.

Pursuing a home may be challenging, regardless of whether you are interested in buying a home for the first time or have purchased residences in the past. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can receive comprehensive support as you search for your ideal house.

A real estate agent can help you schedule home showings and weigh the pros and cons of different residences. Plus, if you find a home you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you craft a competitive offer to purchase this residence.

Want to accelerate your quest to acquire your ideal home? Schedule a showing today you'll be glad you did. Because if you allocate time and resources to view a residence in-person, you may discover your dream home.




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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 7/5/2018

This Single-Family in Goffstown, NH recently sold for $230,000. This Cape style home was sold by Erwin & McCarthy Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


25 Moreau Street, Goffstown, NH 03102

Single-Family

$219,000
Price
$230,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Great opportunity to own in Goffstown.4 bedroom cape conveniently located.Freshly painted,new garage door,newer roof, and updated through out.Fully fenced in yard. Perfect entertaining space outdoor for all your summer cook outs.Attached 1 stall garage, breezeway/mudroom directly off the kitchen..Updated kitchen overlooks open concept family room.1st floor master,2nd bedroom or office space. Full bathroom on first floor as well. Upstairs includes 2 large additional bedrooms with closet space.Do not miss out on this exceptional opportunity.






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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 7/4/2018

For first-time home sellers, promoting a residence to the right groups of homebuyers may prove to be a major challenge. Lucky for you, we're here to help first-time home sellers streamline the process of showcasing a house to prospective buyers and accelerating the property selling journey.

What does it take to promote a house effectively? Here are three tips to help first-time home sellers do just that.

1. Understand Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

A first-time home seller should evaluate a house's interior and exterior closely. By doing so, this property seller can identify any potential problem areas and work to address such issues accordingly.

Typically, a home appraisal offers a great starting point for home sellers. This appraisal ensures a property inspector can assess a house both inside and out and offer expert insights into a residence's strengths and weaknesses.

After a home appraisal is completed, a home seller can use the appraisal report findings to prioritize assorted home improvements. That way, a home seller can commit the necessary time and resources to transform various home weaknesses into strengths.

2. Improve Your House's Curb Appeal

It is paramount for a first-time home seller to consider the homebuyer's perspective. In fact, doing so may make it easy for a home seller to uncover ways to bolster a residence's curb appeal.

Consider what homebuyers will see when they view a house for the first time. This will enable a home seller to identify potential issues and work to resolve such problems without delay.

For example, a home with long, uncut grass or chipped paint on the exterior may be an eye sore. As a result, homebuyers might shy away from this residence after they see it for the first time.

On the other hand, a house with a pristine front lawn and a dazzling exterior may make a great first impression on homebuyers. This means a homebuyer probably will view this house in a positive light something that may lead a property buyer to submit an offer.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to promoting a house, there may be no better option than hiring a real estate agent. Together, a real estate agent and a first-time home seller should have no trouble promoting a residence to the right homebuyers, at the right time, every time.

A real estate agent will teach a home seller about the housing market and help him or her plan ahead for any potential home selling pitfalls. Plus, this housing market professional will provide honest, unbiased home selling recommendations to ensure a home seller can maximize the value of his or her residence.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will assist a home seller in any way possible. And if a home seller ever has housing market questions, a real estate agent will respond to these queries immediately.

Take the guesswork out of promoting your residence to homebuyers use these tips, and a first-time home seller can stir up interest in his or her residence as soon as it becomes available.




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