Kim Daneault
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-345-7783 | [email protected]


Posted by Kim Daneault on 7/22/2018


33 Gervaise Drive, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$379,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful Woodlands neighborhood in Derry! Updated and ready to move in 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home. Open concept kitchen looks onto wood burning fireplaced living room and dining. Newer roof, new hardwood floors, carpet, tile in entire house, new granite bathrooms and paint inside and out. Large bedrooms all with walk-in closets including a master suite with its own bathroom. Finished partial basement for your office/exercise room. First floor has a large front to back living space with large window, beautiful fireplace and newer french doors to deck; a large family room with built-ins as well as glassed pocket door to an office space/playroom. The home has been recently connected to town water. Professionally landscaped including perennials and flowering plants as well as a new walkway, new carriage garage doors, privacy fence and updated deck looking out to your private yard. This home has been well cared for and ready for the next homeowners to enjoy. Home Warranty included for the future buyers.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Kim Daneault on 7/22/2018

A nightmare home selling experience is something that every home seller wants to avoid. Fortunately, we're here to teach you the ins and outs of selling a house so that you can minimize the risk of problems that could lead to a nightmare home selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you avoid a nightmare home selling experience.

1. Study the Real Estate Market Closely

You don't need to be a real estate market expert to find ways to maximize the profits from your home sale. Instead, you can study the real estate market closely and gain the insights that you need to price your house competitively.

Remember, a home seller's goal is to optimize the value of his or her house. To accomplish this goal, it is paramount to establish the right home price from day one. Otherwise, a home seller risks alienating buyers with a price that is too high, or missing out on profits due to a price that is too low.

Take a look at the prices of available houses in your area that are similar to your own. This housing market data will enable you to see how your residence stacks up against the competition so that you can price your house accordingly.

2. Conduct a Home Inspection

A home inspection usually is completed after a home seller accepts a buyer's offer. However, a home seller who conducts an inspection before listing his or her residence can increase the likelihood of a profitable home sale. Perhaps best of all, this home seller can avoid the danger of a buyer requesting home repairs or a price reduction later in the home selling cycle.

During a home inspection, a property expert will evaluate your residence both inside and out. This property expert then will provide a comprehensive report that details his or her findings.

Examine a home inspection report. That way, you can find out about your house's strengths and weaknesses and take the necessary steps to transform various weaknesses into strengths.

3. Hire an Experienced Real Estate Agent

An experienced real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to sell a home, regardless of the current housing market's conditions. As such, this real estate agent can serve as a guide throughout the home selling journey and help you immediately identify and resolve any potential home selling hurdles.

For example, an experienced real estate agent can provide you with a wealth of housing market data before you list your residence. This housing market professional will help you make sense of assorted real estate data and ensure that you can establish a competitive price for your house. He or she also will promote your house to the right groups of buyers and help you enjoy a quick, seamless home sale.

When it comes to selling your home, there is no need to leave anything to chance. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can avoid a nightmare home selling experience.




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Posted by Kim Daneault on 7/16/2018


168 Warner Hill Road, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$579,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
14
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful Contemporary Colonial Builders designed and engineered 4 Bedroom custom home with many upgrades and amenities that will certainly delight next owner. Architecturally designed and lived in by the builder/designer includes an oversized 44 x 28 three car garage with ceiling height of 11' and steel beams for open concept. 2nd access to basement as well as a Bonus 27 x 16 unfinished addition above with a walk up from garage- heating and central vacuum already in place. First Floor Master bedroom with custom shelving and drawers, jetted tub, granite, crown moldings, and more. Home is easy maintenance and has 28 x 5 Farmers Porch; 14 x 8 Back Porch; 24 x 16 Above-ground Gibraltar pool with walk-around deck, lockable gate, and heated. Over-sized parking areas with 30 amp receptacle. 24 x 12 Shed with 2 garage doors with ramps. Oak floors, recessed lights, Turret roofed office/den, crown molding, 3 season porch with Velux sky lights and over looks the large, private back yard and patio. Eat-in kitchen with custom maple cabinets, granite, Center Island, central vacuum dust pan in toe-kick, under cabinet lighting, large window looking over the back deck with access through slider. Mudroom and a Laundry room with utility sink and built-in cabinets. 2000 sf Basement w/9' high and open concept and engineered steel beams. Opportunity to buy abutting land as well. Extremely well cared for and with all the extras will sure to make the next owner very comfortable and happy!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real-Estate   Single-Family   Derry   03038  
Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Kim Daneault on 7/15/2018

This Single-Family in Manchester, NH recently sold for $182,000. This New Englander style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


76 Goffe Street, Manchester, NH 03102

Single-Family

$179,900
Price
$182,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Open concept 3 bedroom (possible 4) and 2 full baths New Englander. Tucked away in a classic West Side neighborhood convenient to highways, shopping and parks. Great sized Galley kitchen with huge peninsula opens to a spacious dining room complete with a large window seat. Front entrance off covered porch to foyer with newer flooring and area of higher ceilings. Deck perfect for private BBQing off back and side entrance to large mudroom with area for laundry and 1/2 bath. Second floor has the 3 bedrooms with a possible 4th bedroom with built-ins or perhaps an office? Metal roof, Natural Gas, Newer heating system and shed/garage. Does need some areas of addressing.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Kim Daneault on 7/15/2018

Once you move in with a partner, you know you have reached an important milestone in your relationship. For the first time, you could be talking about money with your partner. Whether youíre moving into an apartment or buying a home together, itís important to break down how youíll merge your finances together. 


While itís one of the least romantic conversations that youíll probably have as a couple, sharing your financial situation is one of the most vital. Below youíll find some tips on starting that conversation and making it a smooth one.


Be Honest


In any relationship, honesty and communication are key. This is especially true when it comes to finances. Thereís a lot that goes into your own financial picture, and itís important that you share that with your partner. This is important for everything that will happen in the future including purchasing a home. Some things that your partner should know:


  • How much loan debt you have
  • A rough idea of your credit score and history
  • Your income
  • Your spending habits
  • Your saving habits

Itís important to know how another personís habits will affect you as a whole when youíre thinking of making an investment together like a piece of property. Everyone handles money differently, and you should know how someoneís spending habits meshes with yours. Do they live paycheck to paycheck? Do they save money regularly? Are they financially strained? All of these questions help you to understand where you are similar and where you are different when it comes to money.



Have A Plan For How Youíll Divide Expenses


It may seem like a 50/50 split on expenses makes the most sense. For many couples it does. In other situations, if one person makes more money, they may need to pay a bit more of the costs. Some couples have one person pay the rent while the other takes the utilities on as an expense. Take amounts and percentages that you feel comfortable with and do what wrks best for the both of you. 


Remember that chores count too when it comes to dividing up the ďexpenses.Ē This is just an extra tip that will help you to build a stronger relationship in the long term and help to save arguments.


Use A Joint Account For Expenses


You should still keep your own bank accounts when you move in with a significant other.  All of your money shouldnít be funneled into one singular account. Create a separate bank account for your expenses like rent or mortgage and utilities. All of your personal expenses should come out of your own respective accounts. 


Make Contracts


No matter how much you feel that you can trust a person, itís always good to put everything in writing. This way, if there are any disputes in the future, youíll always have a contract that you can refer back to. Itís also important to have these documents for things like security deposits or down payments. If the relationship ends at any point, itís important for the person who paid for certain things to get their money back.     


Planning and tracking your finances when you move in with a significant other is important. It will certainly make your life easier if you have these conversations beforehand.







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