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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 2/22/2019


77 Gilson Road, Nashua, NH 03062

Single-Family

$235,500
Price

4
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
This 4 bedroom home is located on a Private 2.55 ACRE spacious country setting. Has great space, including large bedrooms, a living room and a four season porch. Newer furnace. Hook-up and hearth for woodstove. Near all Southern NH amenities, shopping, restaurants, and is a great commuting location yet is tucked away off a quiet neighborhood country back road. This home is in a sought after area near the Hollis line and is surrounded by new and nicely maintained established homes. With some updates and your personal touch, this is a perfect opportunity!!! ** 2.55 ACRES! **
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Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 2/22/2019


77 Gilson Road, Nashua, NH 03062

Land

$235,500
Price

Private, quiet, country setting! Come take a look at the possibilities of this rarely available Nashua 2.55 Acre house lot. Surrounded by new and well maintained homes, this is a sought after neighborhood close to the Hollis line. Make your offer today, build new on in this nice Nashua neighborhood ! Near all area amenities, schools and is a perfect commuters location!! Note there is currently a "good bones" home on the property, this can viewed on MLS4728175. Consider tear down, remodel, or possible subdivide.
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Tags: Real-Estate   Land   Nashua   03062  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 2/21/2019

Home valuation is one of the tricky areas of real estate. In general, you want a high appraisal and a low assessment. But shouldn't they be the same? Well, in a perfect world your assessment and your appraisal would be the same, but you don't want the world to be perfect in this regard. Here's why:

Appraisal

An appraised value comes from the report completed by a licensed professional appraiser to determine property value at a specific point, typically for a buyer to obtain a mortgage. It is a tool used by underwriters for lenders to determine if the home has enough collateral for the loan needed to purchase or refinance it.

Appraisers compare the home to similar properties in their evaluation. They look for both similarities to find a base value and difference to increase or decrease the value such as the roof's age, livable square footage, exterior materials, upgrades, and other finished. Using these numbers and other valuation formulae such as the cost to rebuild the home (similar to your homeowner insurance values), and potential income from rental or other uses, the appraiser determines a possible value.

The market value is not the same as the appraised value, however. While it starts with the appraised value, other determiners such as the desirability of the area, or circumstances such as a tornado, hurricane, or eminent domain issues may adjust the market value above or below the appraised value.

Assessment

A home's assessed value typically comes from the taxing authority for the municipality. It is the method of determining the tax basis (or valuation) of the property. The tax assessment is a percentage of that value that the homeowner pays annually to provide the municipality money for water and fire services, schools, capital improvements to roads, bridge, and public parks and additional essential services.

The amount of the percentage and its designations differ for every taxing authority, so a home in one neighborhood might have a different assessed value from an identical house in another block nearby if the boundary lines for the taxing authority (school district, for example) differs.Some counties and cities reassess homes only when they sell, while others have periodic assessments. And the percentage rates of the assessments change when voters approve various tax levies for a variety of purposes.

An appraisal affects your ability to obtain a mortgage for your home while an assessment relates to the ongoing yearly tax expenses. Since a third factor determines the home's selling price, the market value, your professional realtor should guide your understanding of how these factors affect your home purchase or sale.




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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 2/20/2019

This Commercial in Manchester, NH recently sold for $190,000. This style home was sold by - Regarding Real Estate LLC.


5 Kennard Road, Manchester, NH 03104

Commercial

$225,000
Price
$190,000
Sale Price

Possible 2-lot subdivision in Manchesters desirable North-End. Located near the McIntyre Ski Area this could be a great opportunity for a builder, investor or business owner wanting to own real estate. R-1B zoning allows for single family homes or business. 7500 SF Lot with 75 road frontage has potential subdivision opportunity, although may require a variance. The existing structure was home to both a former Antique retailer and a Convenience Store. Building has hardwood floors and a larger walk-in cooler, 3-phase power and an 8 garage door. Property is serviced by natural gas, city water and city sewer. Roof is 4 years old. Building needs some upgrades, but with an extra building lot the potential is there. A price adjustment has recently been made.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 2/19/2019

Ready to launch a search for your dream home? Ultimately, you'll want to do everything possible to streamline your home search to boost your chances of getting the best possible results.

There are many best practices for conducting a successful home search, and these include:

1. Define Your Homebuying Criteria

The definition of the "perfect" home varies from property buyer to property buyer. This means that your definition of the perfect home is unlikely to match that of a friend or family member.

Think about what separates an ordinary home from a can't-miss residence. Then, you'll be able to narrow your home search and map out a successful homebuying journey.

As you consider the perfect home, make a list of homebuying "must-haves." For example, if you want a garage where you and your wife can park your cars, a two-car garage is a homebuying must-have. Or, if you want a home that's close to high-quality schools that your kids can attend, buying a house in a great school district is a must.

2. Get Home Financing

Although your ultimate goal is to acquire a top-notch residence, you'll likely need financing to help you transform your homebuying dream into a reality. Fortunately, many banks and credit unions are available to teach you about a wide range of mortgage options.

Meet with several banks and credit unions – you'll be glad you did. These lenders can educate you about the different types of home loans and help you get pre-approved for a mortgage.

After you receive pre-approval for a mortgage, you're good to kick off your home search. In fact, with a mortgage in hand, you can tailor your search to homes that fall within a specific price range.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Regardless of your homebuying goals, it pays to work with a real estate agent. That way, you can receive expert assistance as you search for houses in various cities and towns.

A real estate agent is happy to teach you the ins and outs of purchasing a house. By doing so, this housing market professional can help you become a real estate expert in no time at all.

Furthermore, a real estate agent will set up home showings, keep you up to date about new houses that become available and help you submit home offers. This housing market professional is committed to your homebuying success and will do whatever it takes to assist you along the homebuying journey.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is available to respond to any homebuying questions that you may have. No homebuying question is ever too big or too small for a real estate agent, and as a result, this housing market professional will make it simple for you to make an informed homebuying decision.

Launch a successful home search today – use the aforementioned best practices, and you can increase the likelihood of discovering your dream home.







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