Outstanding 3 Family featuring 3 huge 2/3 bedroom units each with a spacious eat-in kitchen, galley style kitchen leading to private laundry room, big full bathroom, great living room, 2/3 bedrooms and private porch. Building has been very well maintained including complete remodel of 3rd floor unit with updated kitchen, updated bathroom, new paint and flooring and all new drywall, fresh paint in front and back hallways, porches and garage, updated windows, new hot water heaters and new bulk head. Plus full basement with storage units, separate utilities, public water & sewer, natural gas heat, small fenced yard, 2 car detached garage, parking lot with 6 off street parking spaces and current COC all in great Northwest location. Seller is related to agent.

This property features 3 full baths, 0.10 Acres, and is currently available for $249,900.

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Manchester, NH:

This Condo in Manchester, NH recently sold for $145,000.

This property features 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, and was sold by
Peter Beauchemin – RE/MAX Synergy – Bedford

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The housing market has been heating up and lately there seems to be more buyers than homes. So where do you start when house hunting? Many buyers like to start at Open Houses to get a feel for the market. It is always best to try to find a real estate agent to help guide you through the buying process , however, if you want to try to get your feet wet first an Open House might be your best bet.

There are some things you will want to know about how to tackle an Open House:

1. How do you find Open Houses?

Your best bet is to find a real estate professional that represents buyers and have them help you find Open Houses that are right for you. Agents are familiar with the inventory and could save you an unnecessary trip to a house that isn’t right for you. Most open houses take place on Saturday or Sunday, so Thursday is a good day to start your search.

2. Be prepared

Plan your route, make sure you have the right directions and have plenty of gas to get where you are going. Take along a pen and paper to make notes on properties.

3. Get to know the area

The house may be great; but how is the area? Take the time to drive around the surrounding neighborhoods of homes you like and get to know the area. A real estate professional is a great resource for community information.

4. Check for agency

Most agents at an Open House represent the seller. You will want to work with an agent that is able to represent you as the buyer. If you like the agent at the Open House, and have not yet contracted with an agent, make sure to discuss agency and representation.

5. Take notes

Take notes and write down a list of quick pros and cons after you have viewed a home. This will help you remember the houses you have viewed.

Viewing Open Houses can help you get a sense for what’s out there in the marketplace. It will help you determine if the house you want and your finances match up with the houses that are on the market. It is always best to find a real estate professional to help you find the home of your dreams. Buying a home is no small matter.

New Boston, NH:

This Single-Family in New Boston, NH recently sold for $345,000.

This property features 4 full baths, 4 bedrooms, and was sold by
Peter Beauchemin – RE/MAX Synergy – Bedford

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