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Posted by Debi Face on 9/19/2018


22 Lynn Street, Nashua, NH 03060-5133

Single-Family

$273,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Ranch in desirable neighborhood on corner lot. This 3+ bedroom 2 bath home just recently had a new roof put on.Home has an enclosed porch,eat in kitchen,fire place in living room,and hardwood floors throughout. Open finished walk out basement with kitchen, full bathroom, and bedroom & cedar closet "great in law potential". Walk out basement leads to in-ground pool,pool room and deck. Pool has new liner,protective cover and is used every summer, maintained and winterized in the winter.Fenced in yard, 1- car garage under.
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September 22 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Posted by Debi Face on 9/18/2018


22 Lynn Street, Nashua, NH 03060-5133

Single-Family

$273,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Ranch in desirable neighborhood on corner lot. This 3+ bedroom 2 bath home just recently had a new roof put on.Home has an enclosed porch,eat in kitchen,fire place in living room,and hardwood floors throughout. Open finished walk out basement with kitchen, full bathroom, and bedroom & cedar closet "great in law potential". Walk out basement leads to in-ground pool,pool room and deck. Pool has new liner,protective cover and is used every summer, maintained and winterized in the winter.Fenced in yard, 1- car garage under.
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September 22 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Posted by Debi Face on 9/16/2018

We all want our homes to be secure, but do we really take the steps that are necessary to make security a priority in our homes? Between home security and neighborhood security, youíll want to do whatever you can to keep both your home and your neighborhood safe. Below, youíll find some tips to help you select and maintain a safe home an neighborhood. From the moment you move into a new home, you should have your eyes peeled for ways to make your home and neighborhood a safer place to live. Some often overlooked parts of home security are:


  • Door locks
  • alarm systems
  • Smoke detectors
  • Neighborhood visibility
  • Window locks
  • Home entrances and exits


Make Safety A Part Of Your Search Criteria


If you do research before you even buy a home, you can avoid living in an area where you will regret moving to. There are plenty of online resources to help you see where crime is prevalent as opposed to where safer neighborhoods are. Doing this research can be extremely valuable to your home search. Some search engines even provide a certain amount of data thatís available by street as to when and where incidents have happened. Although you may not want to get that detailed, you can use the data you find to help you in your home search. A neighborhood with a large number of incidents may not be where you want to start your home search.   


Find The Holes In Your Homeís Security


Once you close on a home, one of the first things that you should do is asses the security inside the home. This means changing the locks, checking the windows, looking for entrances such as a basement door, and more. Check the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well. This can really help to ensure that your new space is safe in a few simple steps. To get more heavily into security, install a security system. You can get a system thatís professionally monitored or a simple home alarm to ward off thieves. 


Get To Know The Neighbors


If you take the time to get to know your neighbors, your neighborhood is more likely to be secure. If you are acquainted with the people next door, theyíre apt to keep an eye out on your property and vice versa. You may even want to get involved or begin a neighborhood watch program to help keep the neighborhood safe.


The key to home and neighborhood security is vigilance. The more observant you are, the better chances you have of preventing crime from striking your area.   






Posted by Debi Face on 9/9/2018

While it's not always possible for conditions to be "perfect" when a real estate agent is showing a home for sale, things usually go more smoothly when homeowners are not present.

There are several reasons for this, including the fact that the family's presence at a real estate showing may make the prospect feel self conscious and uncomfortable.

Among other things, the potential buyer may feel like they're intruding and being an imposition. Some buyers also find it harder to concentrate on the many details they need to focus on to evaluate the home.

The ideal scenario happens when house hunters are able to picture themselves as the future owners of your home -- perhaps imagining what it would feel like to cook dinner in your kitchen, entertain guests in your living room, and relax on the back porch. However, when you and your family are there, it makes it more difficult for them to conjure up those images in their mind. So, to the extent that it's possible, it's often a good idea to take the kids out for ice cream or go on a short trip to the mall when a showing of your home is scheduled.

Granted, it may be a little inconvenient -- especially if the visit was set up at the last minute -- but you don't want to unintentionally dissuade someone from making an offer on your house. You never know what might "upset the apple cart!" There's a lot at stake and every prospect is a potential buyer.

Ideally, prospects should feel unpressured, unhurried, and free to express their opinions about what they're seeing. If they feel like they have to weigh their words carefully and be discreet about every reaction, then their discomfort may spill over into their feelings about the house, itself. Since buying a home is often an emotional decision, any negative feelings in the prospect could potentially derail the chances of a purchase offer being made.

Real estate agents not only serve as knowledgeable "tour guides" and objective sources of information for house hunters, but they're also there to accentuate the positive and minimize the negative aspects of a property. One of their main objectives is to put prospects at ease and help them appreciate all the desirable aspects of your home.

There are dozens of details, property features, unique attributes, and flaws that potential buyers are trying to assimilate and remember, so the fewer distractions there are, the better! That's why it makes sense to keep the atmosphere as uncomplicated as possible. It can be a bit of a delicate balance for real estate agents to maintain, but most have the training, experience, and finesse to keep things on an even keel and moving forward!





Posted by Debi Face on 9/5/2018


30 Sims Street, Nashua, NH 03063

Single-Family

$389,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
3
Baths
Beautiful Split level home centered in a cul de sac on dead end st. This home has an updated kitchen with plenty of granite counter space, tile floor. Dining room with sliders.Living room has wood burning fire place and picture window. Total of 9 Rms 4Bdr. 3Ba. The master bedroom is 24x26 featuring a cathedral ceiling with fan, walk in closet, bathroom and sliders to deck overlooking the back yard. Finished basement has two picture windows a wood burning fireplace,bedroom, bathroom laundry,great for in law potential. Yard has irrigation system, security system and above ground pool, large decking for above and below entertaining.2-Car Garage with electric door opener. very private location.
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September 08 at 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
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