Erwin & McCarthy Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan



Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 10/14/2018


3 Seasons Drive, Hooksett, NH 03106

Single-Family

$379,000
Price

4
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Spectacular home now available located in a cul-de-sac neighborhood. Welcoming entry leads to open concept living space. Everything you would need in your spacious kitchen. Plenty of prep space on your kitchen island, with multiple options for baking or cooking. Eat in area with sliding doors to your back deck overlooking a manicured lawn. Large dining room adjacent to the kitchen, great for entertaining. Light and airy living room located directly off the kitchen includes a Shiplap paneled wall feature. First floor powder room with laundry. Four bedrooms upstairs. Master suite features updated bath. Additional full bath and 3 large bedrooms. Large finished basement with direct entry from the backyard. You will love the large lower level family room which offers plenty of space for entertaining. Tons of storage for all of you needs. You will not be disappointed in this move in ready home. This home has been well cared for and is located in a great neighborhood. Home sweet home!
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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 10/10/2018


49 Perry Road, Bedford, NH 03110

Single-Family

$1,197,000
Price

5
Bedrooms
15
Rooms
4/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to this spectacular Georgian colonial in Randolph Woods. This estate sits on 2.6 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with walking paths and distinct outdoor areas to enjoy the private setting. Every detail of craftsmanship is on display as you enter the 2 story foyer. The chef's kitchen is fully equipped with two islands, double ovens, sub-zero refrigerator, walk-in pantry and an eat-in area. The dramatic family room is perfect for entertaining or relax on the screened porch off of the first floor office. The luxurious master suite boasts a sitting area and coffee bar, a gas fireplace and built ins. There are his and hers walk in California built-in closets. Rejuvenate in the custom steam shower or the jetted tub. Three additional bedrooms and a laundry complete the second floor. The walkout lower level features a well appointed living area with a wood fireplace, a large bedroom, kitchenette, and a reading room. This wonderful property offers privacy, location and craftsmanship for the discerning buyer. Truly a must see.
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 10/10/2018

There is no set amount of time that you will need to allocate to sell your residence. In certain instances, a seller can generate lots of interest in his or her house and receive an offer to purchase within one day of listing a home. On the other hand, a seller sometimes requires many weeks or months to stir up interest in his or her home.

Ultimately, you should strive to commit as much time as you can to sell your home. If you do everything possible to promote your residence to potential buyers, you could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable house selling experience.

There are many things that a seller can do to ensure a seamless home selling experience, and these include:

1. Improve Your Home Both Inside and Outside

Remove clutter from inside your home – you'll be happy you did. In addition to making it easy to show off the true size and beauty of your home, eliminating clutter could help buyers envision what life may be like if they purchase your house.

Meanwhile, your home's curb appeal can make a world of difference during the property selling journey. If your house boasts a stunning front lawn and other exceptional home exterior features, your home may be better equipped than ever before to make a positive first impression on prospective buyers.

2. Establish an Aggressive Initial Home Asking Price

Take a look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town. In addition, evaluate the prices of recently sold houses in your area that are similar to your own. This housing market data may help you establish an initial home asking price that falls in line with the current housing market's conditions.

Furthermore, it may be beneficial to conduct a house appraisal. With an appraisal report in hand, you'll have a property valuation that you can use to establish an aggressive initial asking price for your residence.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is an expert guide for selling homes. He or she can help you list your residence, promote it to prospective buyers and much more.

Of course, let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent provides at each stage of the property selling journey, either. A real estate agent will help you create a house selling strategy and put this plan into action. He or she will be ready to respond to any of your home selling concerns or questions too. And if you're unsure about how to proceed at any point during the house selling journey, a real estate agent can provide property selling recommendations and suggestions.

For those who want to add a house to the real estate market and streamline the home selling journey, it may be a good idea to hire a real estate agent. By collaborating with a real estate agent, you can get the support you need to quickly navigate the home selling journey.




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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 10/3/2018

From clogged toilets to a lack of ample shower time, there’s always an issue of too many people and too little bathrooms in a home. Most people will agree that one bathroom isn’t enough in a home. Yet, while you’re on the hunt for a home, should you decide to just settle for a single bathroom or keep hunting for a house with more bathrooms? There is always the additional option of putting in another bathroom as well, although this can be costly.  


 In today’s fast-paced world, we have new bathroom needs that make us look at properties differently. Different cultures are also accustomed to varying standards of bathrooms and home building, and find it a normalcy to have only one bathroom. Also, once upon a time, it was feasible for everyone to have people take their turn in the bathroom-even in America. As the family unit shifted and everyone in the house became accustomed to living on the same exact schedules, it became more necessary to have an extra bathroom. 


Age Of A Home   


While you can survive with one bathroom, the biggest message one bathroom in a home sends is that it’s an older property. That may be the underlying factor that steers people away from one bathroom homes. Many realtors even warn of the difficulties in selling a one bathroom home. Ultimately, the decision is up to you. There’s some things that you should consider when you’re searching for a home and are concerned about the number of bathrooms.


How Many Bathrooms Will You Actually Use?


If you’re a bachelor, living on your own, you may not need more than one full bathroom in a home. For comfort reasons, you could consider places with an additional half-bath, but it may not be necessary. If you’re planning on co-living with your in-laws or friends, you’ll definitely need to consider your need for multiple private baths high.


Home Value


If you can afford the upfront cost, it could be well worth it to put a second bathroom into a one bathroom home. It will add a lot of value to the home once it is sold again and your family will have more privacy and space. Not to mention that your home will be more attractive to buyers once the time to sell does come. 


A Luxury


Homes with extra bathrooms are truly seen as a luxury. Have you ever seen celebrity homes advertised that have more bathrooms than there are bedrooms? There’s probably little reason for that other than the luxury factor. Ultimately, your home search will be a bit harder when you seek out multiple bathrooms. However, if this will increase you and your family’s comfort, the time spent searching is definitely worth it! When you’re on the house hunt, the number and type of bathrooms are just one of many things that you’ll need to consider.




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Posted by Erwin & McCarthy Team on 9/28/2018

This Condo in Manchester, NH recently sold for $182,000. This style home was sold by Erwin & McCarthy Team - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


195 Silver Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Condo

$182,000
Price
$182,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Gorgeous 2007 end-unit townhouse with garage, large kitchen and a private deck. This two-bedroom home is in Colemans Crossing and minutes from downtown. Your new home is efficient with natural gas heat and great during the summer with central AC. The kitchen has a large center island, tons of cabinetry and is located centrally between the living and dining room. The first floor also features a large pantry with custom shelving, hardwood floors and a guest bathroom. The two bedrooms on the second floor are at opposite ends of the hallway and are separated by the bathroom. The full bathroom has a large closet that is home to the washer and dryer, eliminating any need to carry laundry up and down the stairs. Both bedrooms have large closets and abundant windows. Being an end unit natural light is plentiful throughout the first and second floor. And, there is a beautiful double-height window along the stairs to the second floor and additional windows in the dining room. Features to love include no-exterior maintenance, the heating/cooling system, no need for updating, a security system, the private garage with storage and the private entrance. Why rent when you can be a homeowner?!






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