Regarding Real Estate LLC

Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 3/20/2018

A condo can be a great resource in expanding your property search for a home. Condos allow the same benefits of traditional single family home ownership with slightly less hassle. If you have been juggling the idea of buying a condo versus a traditional home, you may be in luck. The first thing you should worry about is whether or not your needs will actually be met by condo living. Do you want a big yard? Are you comfortable having neighbors super close by? Most importantly, you need to make an informed decision that will help you to find the kind of property thatís right for you.

The Advantages

If you want a secure space and living that provides you with easy upkeep, a condo is really a great option. Condos provide many advantages that people may have not even thought of until now. 

Great Amenities

Condo living has different perks than that of traditional homes. Your condominium complex can include things like a swimming pool, a clubhouse, community events, tennis courts, fitness centers, and more. You wonít get all of these little extras living in a single family home. It can be a great environment for both single people and families alike.    


Condos often offer either a gated community or security staff on the premises. These features allow you to feel a lot more secure in your home environment. Security will keep rowdy kids from roaming the property and only allow owners and their visitors. This feature alone may be worth it for many home buyers when shopping for a place to live.   

No Maintenance

If youíre the type of person who doesnít enjoy yard work and is not a DIYer, condo living could be for you. Included with your condo fees is the ability to have different things in and around your home taken care of. Although the fees include different extras from place to place, Living in a condo is definitely less work as far as home care goes than a traditional house.


Although condos do include additional fees, the price point of most condos is much lower than that of a traditional home. If you are just starting out, a condo is a great way to ease into homeownership without needing to save up an exorbitant amount of money for a downpayment.

The Disadvantages

While condo living has many different advantages, they do carry some disadvantages for people. These include:

  • HOA Fees
  • Lack of privacy
  • A difficult sell if you want to move
  • You live under management rules

These points can be deal breakers for some buyers. While many relish their freedom from maintenance responsibility, others just want to do as they please with their yard without needing approval. A condo could be a great choice for you in your own situation, you just need to step back and look at the pros and cons.

Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 3/15/2018

0 Milford Street, Brookline, NH 03033



4.3 acres almost in the village, school down the street, baseball fields right there. Pretty hard to find this much land in the village that's flat and wooded. Perc test and test pit show excellent soils for your new home.
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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 3/15/2018

5 Bent Pine Drive, Campton, NH 03223



Best priced home site in the exclusive Quail Run Development, located right off the Owls Nest Golf Course. This site has an approved septic design and home plans , ready for you and included in this price! Looking for a complete home package? That's available also your plans or ours.
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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 3/13/2018

194 Buckley Road, Weare, NH 03281

Mobile Home


Looking for a 4 season vacation getaway? Here you go! Located in scenic All Season Campground, this home has the use of all the amenities, pool, club house, snowmobile and atv trails, Lake down the street. Your family will be thrilled !
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Posted by Regarding Real Estate LLC on 3/13/2018

When you move into a home that you worked so hard to buy, itís an exciting and overwhelming time. The biggest problem with a new place is that you donít know your surroundings very well. Even if you have just moved down the street, thereís a lot of new things to be discovered from new neighbors to new places to explore. 

One thing that many new homeowners overlook is the way in which their new home functions. Do you know where the circuit breakers are? What about that switch in the corner of the living room that doesnít seem to do anything? While the seller's disclosure and your home inspector will give you a wealth of information, you can gain a lot of knowledge just by asking questions. 

Sellers may not be eager to answer too many questions at first for fear that their answers could jeopardize the sale of their home. You can safely ask a lot of questions at the final walk-through or at closing since the seller will know that theyíre secure in the transaction.         

Whatís Strange About This House?

While you wouldnít word a question to a seller in this exact way, you do want to know if thereís anything unique or anything that you should anticipate about the home. Remember that you should be subtle, yet curious in your question asking. 

What Type Of Repairs Have Been Made?

While you expect that most repairs will be on the disclosure statement, anything that has been done in the past is noteworthy as well. Itís helpful to know whatís been done in the house in the past so you have an idea of what to keep an eye out for.

Where Are The Important Utility Boxes In The Home?

Not all home inspectors are created equal. Your inspector may not be great at educating you as to where things are in the home like the circuit box, the water switches, the pump, or the controls for the furnace. The seller can often show you the location of these items in the house. This will prevent you from a lot of confusion starting at the time you move into the home. 

Have You Enjoyed Living In This Neighborhood?

You can discover a lot about a neighborhood if you just start a conversation about the sellerís own experiences. You can learn a lot through this simple question. Are there any crazy dogs in the neighborhood? Where are the best places to eat in the area? While you may not ask these questions directly, you can gain some powerful information just by being curious and conversational.

Gaining a good rapport with your seller can get you places. Youíll know a bit more about the home and the seller will even feel more friendly towards you. The seller could even leave some cool stuff behind that they donít need like a microwave, a piece of furniture, or a patio set. All you need to do is be friendly and curious and youíll be off to a great start in your new home.

Categories: Selling Your Home