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Posted by Andrea Kenney on 12/19/2018


P-17 Indian Rock Road, Bedford, NH 03110

Land

$285,900
Price

38 NEW LOTS for the Bedford area are now available. A varied selection of lots on Inidian Rock Road and Pulpit Road have just been released. AND we are even BETTER THAN EVER!! There is a mix of level lots, view lots, walk-outs, and private sites. The Preserve at West Bedford is the newest and last subdivision of its kind for The Town of Bedford. Currently, there are 23 residents enjoying stylish new custom homes among the wooded green space and hiking trails abutting the area. Comprised of original farm land, The Preserve at West Bedford is framed by original stonewalls and adjacent to the Pulpit Rock Conservation Area. In keeping with historic New England charm, the sites have been kept in as natural state as possible. Lots are available for individual purchase or may be included in a construction to permanent financing program for a custom home. 47 lots are readily available but the area will eventually support 93 architecturally pleasing & traditional homes. Lots range in size from 1+ to 4+ Acres, many with views or wooded vistas. An ideal commuter location just minutes to Routes 101/114 Intersection for travel N-S on I-93 or Route 3; E-W on Route 101. Easy access to shopping/services/schools. The Bedford schools rank among the highest in the country. Seller/Broker interest is disclosed. Seller shall pay Current Use Tax at transfer of title. Seller incentives for multiple lot or bulk purchase are available on request.
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Tags: Real EState   Bedford   03110   Land  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Andrea Kenney on 12/19/2018


P-15 Indian Rock Road, Bedford, NH 03110

Land

$274,900
Price

38 NEW LOTS for the Bedford area are now available. A varied selection of lots on Inidian Rock Road and Pulpit Road have just been released. AND we are even BETTER THAN EVER!! There is a mix of level lots, view lots, walk-outs, and private sites. The Preserve at West Bedford is the newest and last subdivision of its kind for The Town of Bedford. Currently, there are 23 residents enjoying stylish new custom homes among the wooded green space and hiking trails abutting the area. Comprised of original farm land, The Preserve at West Bedford is framed by original stonewalls and adjacent to the Pulpit Rock Conservation Area. In keeping with historic New England charm, the sites have been kept in as natural state as possible. Lots are available for individual purchase or may be included in a construction to permanent financing program for a custom home. 47 lots are readily available but the area will eventually support 93 architecturally pleasing & traditional homes. Lots range in size from 1+ to 4+ Acres, many with views or wooded vistas. An ideal commuter location just minutes to Routes 101/114 Intersection for travel N-S on I-93 or Route 3; E-W on Route 101. Easy access to shopping/services/schools. The Bedford schools rank among the highest in the country. Seller/Broker interest is disclosed. Seller shall pay Current Use Tax at transfer of title. Seller incentives for multiple lot or bulk purchase are available on request.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real EState   Bedford   03110   Land  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Andrea Kenney on 12/17/2018

If this is your first home sale, you might be wondering about what your requirements are in terms of home inspections. A vital step in the closing process, professional home inspections are typically included in real estate contracts as a contingency (the sale is dependent upon their completion).

But, are there any situations in which a seller would get a home inspection?

In todayís post, weíre going to talk about why sellers might want to get their home inspection and how it could be useful to the home sale process overall.

To diagnose problems with your home

When youíre deciding on the asking price of your home, youíll want to take into account all of the things that could potentially drive that price down. Inspectors will look for a number of issues in your home, which can save you from any surprises when a potential buyer orders their inspection of your home.

The further along in the home sale process when you discover an expensive repair that needs to be made, the more complicated it makes your home sale.

So, if youíre in any doubt about whether your home will need repairs now or in the near future, ordering an inspection could be a safe option.

What do inspectors look for?

When inspecting your home, a licensed professional will look at several things:

  • Exterior components of your home, such as cracks or broken seals on exterior surfaces, garage door function and safety, and so on.

  • The structural integrity of your home; checking your foundation for dangerous cracks where moisture can enter and cause damage in the form of mold or breaks in the foundation.

  • The roof of your home will be checked for things like broken or loose shingles or nearby tree branches that could damage your home or nearby power lines in a storm.

  • The HVAC system will be tested to make sure itís running properly and efficiently and also that vents are clean and clear of debris.

  • Interior components of your home will be checked for safety and damage from things like pests and water damage.

Will the seller still order an inspection if my home just had one?

An inspection contingency is built into almost all real estate contracts to protect the interests of the buyer and seller alike.

In most circumstances, a buyer will want to get their own inspection performed. After all, they donít know who you went to for an inspection and whether they were licensed in your state.

The bottom line

Ultimately, if youíre planning on selling your home in the near future and arenít sure if your home may have any underlying issues, itís usually a good idea to get an inspection to make sure you can plan for any repairs or inform potential buyers of any issues with your home.




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Posted by Andrea Kenney on 12/10/2018

In some instances, it may be beneficial to reject an offer to purchase your home. Because if a homebuying proposal fails to meet your expectations, you may want to wait for another offer to come your way.

Reviewing a homebuying proposal and determining whether to reject this offer can be tricky. But we're here to help you evaluate an offer to purchase so you can decide the best course of action and feel confident about your choice.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you assess an offer to purchase and determine whether to decline.

1. Review the Local Housing Market

The housing market in your city or town is a major factor in the property selling journey. If you're selling your residence in a buyer's market, you likely face steep competition to sell your house and maximize its value. Comparatively, if you're operating in a seller's market, there may be an abundance of buyers and a shortage of sellers in place.

Take a look at the prices of recently sold residences and how long these properties were listed before they sold. You may want to consider the prices of currently available houses in your area that are similar to your residence too. With this housing market data in hand, you can differentiate a buyer's market from a seller's one and take a data-driven approach to decide how to proceed with an offer to purchase.

2. Weigh Your Home's Strengths and Weaknesses

You believe your home is great, but you also realize that your residence is far from perfect. As such, it often helps to weigh your residence's strengths and weaknesses relative to an offer to purchase and proceed accordingly.

For example, if a homebuyer submits a competitive offer to purchase your home in spite of its exterior damage, you may want to accept this proposal. On the other hand, if a buyer submits a "lowball" offer on your recently upgraded house, you may want to decline this proposal.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about whether to reject an offer to purchase, there is no need to worry. You can always hire a real estate agent, and this housing market professional can provide comprehensive support throughout the property selling journey.

A real estate agent is ready to help you in any way possible. If you need help listing your residence and promoting it to prospective buyers, a real estate agent can assist you. Or, if you want to find innovative ways to enhance your residence's curb appeal, a real estate agent can provide home exterior upgrade recommendations.

Of course, a real estate agent will work with you to review any offer to purchase your house. You and your real estate agent together can discuss the pros and cons of a homebuying proposal and make a decision that corresponds to your house selling goals.

Take the guesswork out of reviewing an offer to purchase Ė use the aforementioned tips, and you can decide whether rejecting a homebuying proposal is the best option.





Posted by Andrea Kenney on 12/4/2018


P-14 Indian Rock Road, Bedford, NH 03110

Land

$274,900
Price

38 NEW LOTS for the Bedford area are now available. A varied selection of lots on Inidian Rock Road and Pulpit Road have just been released. AND we are even BETTER THAN EVER!! There is a mix of level lots, view lots, walk-outs, and private sites. The Preserve at West Bedford is the newest and last subdivision of its kind for The Town of Bedford. Currently, there are 23 residents enjoying stylish new custom homes among the wooded green space and hiking trails abutting the area. Comprised of original farm land, The Preserve at West Bedford is framed by original stonewalls and adjacent to the Pulpit Rock Conservation Area. In keeping with historic New England charm, the sites have been kept in as natural state as possible. Lots are available for individual purchase or may be included in a construction to permanent financing program for a custom home. 47 lots are readily available but the area will eventually support 93 architecturally pleasing & traditional homes. Lots range in size from 1+ to 4+ Acres, many with views or wooded vistas. An ideal commuter location just minutes to Routes 101/114 Intersection for travel N-S on I-93 or Route 3; E-W on Route 101. Easy access to shopping/services/schools. The Bedford schools rank among the highest in the country. Seller/Broker interest is disclosed. Seller shall pay Current Use Tax at transfer of title. Seller incentives for multiple lot or bulk purchase are available on request.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Real EState   Bedford   03110   Land  
Categories: Price Change  




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