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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 10/12/2019

Starting a new renovation project can be overwhelming. Of course, there are tons of details to consider, so you might find yourself at a loss when it comes to visualizing your end product. Before you begin your remodeling project, you need to have an idea of how you want the result to look. To make it easy for you to articulate your vision for your project, here are some remodeling questions to ask yourself.


What do I want to change about the space?


Start by thinking about pain points in the room as it is presently. Perhaps you don't have enough storage in your bathroom to handle your belongings, or there isn't enough counter space in your kitchen when you bake cookies. Then try to visualize what you would love to see instead. Maybe you’ve always wished for built-in cabinets to store your grooming products or a kitchen island to cook and entertain the family.


What do I love about my space?


Next, you will need to think about what you like about your current space. Some people believe this is not important, but it is. It gives you an idea of what can stay during your renovation. It will also give you an idea of your overall budget. For example, the price for a bathroom renovation with modern fixtures in a new layout will be different from simply replacing the vanity.


How much can I truly afford?


Now to the finance aspect. Start by determining how you intend to pay for the project. Are you using your savings? Will you be financing the project through a home equity loan? Next, develop a budget based on your available funds. Sticking to your budget gives you and your contractor a clear picture of what you want and what materials to purchase.


What colors do I like?


Ensure that your designer knows about your color preferences from the beginning. Do you like a warm palette or muted tones? Are you more comfortable with bold and bright hues? Do you want the furniture to speak louder than the walls, or do you enjoy seeing a lot of color on each surface?


What style do I like?


The last box to check is your taste. There are tons of options to choose from when it comes to interior design. Do you love transitional, traditional, or modern? Browse the Internet or home magazines to get design inspiration or request a photo book from your interior designer.

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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 10/10/2019


6 Dresden Way, Londonderry, NH 03053-2928

Single-Family

$394,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Beautifully landscaped, level acre corner lot surrounds this spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath Saltbox Colonial home. Wide pine floors just refinished plus new carpet in living room and new flooring in kitchen. Extra large 3/4 bath with laundry on 1st floor. Large master bedroom with 3 closets, additional bedroom and full bath on 2nd level. Walk up the charming staircase with built in bookshelves to 2 more bedrooms on 3rd level, current owner utilizing 4 bedroom as an office. Over-sized composite deck overlooks tremendous flat yard. True pride of ownership in this mature and meticulous landscape. Attached 2 car garage with plenty of storage above. House is hardwired for a generator and invisible fence for entire yard. Quiet neighborhood close to schools yet minutes from 93 and shopping. *** Easy to show. Quick Close possible. ***
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 10/9/2019

Looking for a project or equity builder? This 3.77 acre wooded lot has a unfinished house looking for someone to finish the way they want it. Great year round location with all the amenities of Lake Ashuelot Estates. Expired septic plan on file, seller does not warranty if it was built and is sold as-is. Come take a look and bring your ideas.

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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 10/8/2019


170 Coolidge Drive, Washington, NH 03280

Single-Family

$55,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
0
Baths
Looking for a project or equity builder? This 3.77 acre wooded lot has a unfinished house looking for someone to finish the way they want it. Great year round location with all the amenities of Lake Ashuelot Estates. Expired septic plan on file, seller does not warranty if it was built and is sold as-is. Come take a look and bring your ideas.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 10/8/2019

A home inspection may make or break the property buying journey. If you attend a home inspection and find no major issues with a residence, you may choose to move forward with your house purchase. However, if a home inspection reveals significant problems, you may decide to rework a home purchase agreement or walk away from this agreement altogether.

If you plan to purchase a home, it generally is a good idea to include a home inspection in your property buying strategy. And if you know how to plan for a house inspection, you can use this evaluation to gain the insights you need to make a data-driven decision about a home purchase.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you prepare for a home inspection.

1. Hire an Expert Home Inspector

With an expert home inspector at your side, you can gain comprehensive insights into a house's overall condition. Then, you can obtain an in-depth inspection report to help you weigh the pros and cons of purchasing a residence.

It is important to conduct an extensive search for the best home inspectors in your area. Search for home inspectors who boast many years of industry experience and come highly recommended from past clients. By doing so, you can find a home inspector who will meet your expectations.

2. Craft a Home Inspection Checklist

It often helps to enter a home inspection with a checklist. If you have a checklist in hand, you should have no trouble conducting a full home evaluation.

You should include all areas of a residence's interior and exterior in your home inspection checklist. Furthermore, you should include a home's heating and cooling system, roof and other key parts of a house in your checklist.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Preparing for a home inspection may prove to be stressful. Thankfully, a real estate agent can help you get ready for a home inspection and ensure you can make the best-possible decision regarding a house purchase.

A real estate agent is a homebuying expert who is happy to help you at all stages of the property buying journey. In the days leading up to a home inspection, a real estate agent can respond to any of your concerns or questions so you can prepare for the evaluation. Next, on the day of the inspection, a real estate agent will attend the evaluation with you. And after the inspection is complete, you and your real estate agent can discuss the assessment results and determine how to proceed.

Ultimately, a real estate agent can help you streamline the home inspection process. He or she may even be able to put you in touch with the top house inspectors in your area, thereby increasing the likelihood that you can identify any major property issues before you finalize a home purchase.

Ready to conduct a home inspection? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can enter a home inspection as an informed property buyer.







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