Debi Face - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan



Posted by Debi Face on 8/28/2017

This Mobile Home in Nashua, NH recently sold for $127,000. This style home was sold by Debi Face - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


12 Ponderosa Avenue, Nashua, NH 03062

Mobile Home

$135,000
Price
$127,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Rare large corner lot! This mint condition open concept Double Wide manufactured home sits on a rare corner lot abutting the Nashua Rail Trail, where you can walk or bike to Massachussets or downtown Nashua in just minutes. Home has vaulted ceiling in main living area, 2 skylights - one in kitchen allowing for lots of natural light the other in full bath, surround sound, (TV & surround sound staying) like new flooring throughout, Kitchen with built in spice rack, 4.9 x 6.6 walkin pantry, Master bath with shower and 2 sinks, large pantry, all 3 bedrooms have walkin closets, hot water tank only 2 years old and laundry/utiltiy room. Outside offers a 12 x 12 deck overlooking spacious back yard and 2 outbuildings with underground electric and ramps (for kids or grown up toys). One outbuilding is 8 x 10, the other is 8 x 12. Parking for 4 vehicles. ATTENTION AGENTS AND BUYERS - Park Management must approve buyer (credit score should be at least 620 and they will also verify income to debt ratio). No rentals allowed, property must be owner occupied. You take care of your own yard/driveway. PETS ALLOWED with management approval. Make an appointment to view this home now, as I don't believe this one will last long!






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Posted by Debi Face on 8/27/2017

As a home seller, it is essential to spend some time improving your house's curb appeal. By doing so, you can boost your house's chances of making a positive first impression on homebuyers. Plus, an attractive home may generate substantial interest from homebuyers, making it easy for you to accelerate the home selling process.

So what does it take to transform an ordinary home exterior into an exceptional one? Here are three tips to ensure that you can bolster your house's curb appeal:

1. Paint the Front Door and Shutters

Applying a fresh coat of paint to your home's front door and shutters could make a world of difference in the eyes of homebuyers. In fact, adding a splash of color to your home's exterior may help your residence pop and increase your chances of a quick home sale.

Exterior paint usually is inexpensive and easy to apply. Furthermore, you'll want to select a bold color for your home's front door and shutters that stands out yet complements the rest of your residence. As such, consider all of the paint color options at your disposal and choose wisely.

Don't forget to paint the trim around your home's exterior, either. Painting the trim often can be done quickly and will further enhance your house's curb appeal.

2. Replace Exterior Light Fixtures

Adequate lighting ensures that you'll be able to display your home during the day and at night. Thus, you'll want to replace defective exterior light fixtures as soon as possible.

Exterior light fixtures serve as affordable options to brighten up your home's exterior. In addition, vintage light fixtures are available that can provide a home's exterior with a timeless look and feel.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

When it comes to finding innovative ways to improve your home's curb appeal, there may be no better option than working with a real estate agent.

Many real estate professionals are available across the country to guide you along the home selling journey. These real estate agents can offer recommendations to ensure that you can revamp your house's curb appeal without breaking your budget. Also, real estate professionals can offer insights into how to establish a competitive price for your house, how to respond to an offer on your residence and much more.

Ultimately, your real estate agent is a housing market expert who is happy to assist you in any way possible. This real estate professional will support you in good times and bad and provide honest, unbiased feedback as you search for ways to maximize the value of your residence.

Your real estate agent will provide answers to your home selling concerns and questions as well. That way, you can make informed decisions as you navigate the home selling process.

Collaborate with a real estate agent – you'll be happy you did. By employing a real estate professional, you can discover the best ways to enhance your house's curb appeal and ensure that your home generates plenty of interest from homebuyers.




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Posted by Debi Face on 8/25/2017

This Single-Family in Nashua, NH recently sold for $270,000. This Ranch style home was sold by Debi Face - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


12 FOX MEADOW Road, Nashua, NH 03060-4326

Single-Family

$280,000
Price
$270,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
EXIT 4! RANCH with GRANITE KITCHEN, TWO CAR GARAGE, Open floor plan with huge private backyard, partially finished lower level w/3/4 bath, new roof.






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Posted by Debi Face on 8/20/2017

In real estate, cash is power. It’s not exactly the amount of money that you have been approved for by a lender. This type of “cash” is what you can pull directly from your account to buy a property on demand. It can be difficult to compete with cash buyers especially in tight real estate markets. Below, you’ll find some tips to help you match up against any cash offers that you may be competing with when you buy a home. 


Make Your Offer Look Attractive As Possible


First, you should always have a pre-approval letter from your lender. This lets sellers know that you’re a qualified buyer. You should also get your lender or realtor (or both) to provide some financial information about you along with your offer. This helps to add to the case that you’re a dependable buyer.


Let Things Move Quickly 



If you allow your lender to send an appraiser to the property as quickly as possible, this will give you an advantage in the home buying process. You want to reduce the amount of time that it will take to close on the house. That means you should consider cutting down on both the appraisal and contingency time. You could even consider waiving any contingencies if you feel comfortable. 


To speed up the process, even more, you should pre-order an appraisal in advance. You can do this before your offer has even been written. It can be difficult to arrange this, especially with larger scale lenders, but it’s always worth a try. Once the offer is written, the lender can relay to the seller that an appraisal has already been scheduled.


You’ll also want to get the inspection done fairly quickly. You only have a short window of time to get the inspection done. The quicker you get this done, the more serious of a buyer you appear to be. You should have the inspector who you’ll use ready before you even put an offer in on a home in order to expedite this part of the process. Usually, inspectors don’t take terribly long to schedule appointments knowing that their clients have short windows to get inspections done.  


Make A Strong Offer


Making a good offer could mean paying extra for a home you love in order to compete with cash offers. Spending more money helps to win. Here’s why: Sellers almost always will give a cash buyer a bit more of a discount since they’ll be getting all of the funds up front. If you love the house and plan to live in it for years to come, the extra money you spend will be well worth it.         


Write An Offer Letter


An offer letter adds a bit of a personal touch to the number you put down as a buyer. Here, you can tell the seller who you are and why you love the home. It can be emotional to sell a property, but a seller will feel more comfortable knowing that the home is going to someone who will appreciate it.

  






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Posted by Debi Face on 8/18/2017


17 Skyline Drive, Nashua, NH 03062

Single-Family

$279,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Beautiful Ranch Style Home on quiet dead end street. This home has been completely remodeled. New Granite Counter Tops,New cabinets,New Sink,All New Frigidaire stainless steel appliances(Refrigerator, Stove,Microwave,Dishwasher)New Roof,New Beckett Heating system, New Hardwood Flooring,New Full Bathroom,New Replacement Windows, New 6 panel doors and trim. Large 245 sq.ft. finished room in Lower Level. Large fenced in yard with large gate for your rider mower or other large equipment, Over sized detached garage with door entrance, off street parking for 4+ cars. Walking trails/ Nashua river.Great family neighborhood, Located in the West end of Nashua close to Hollis border off of Exit 5, Rte 3 for commuters, Police station, High school. Gas on St.
Open House
Sunday
August 20 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
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