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Posted by NH Realty Group of New England, LLC on 5/16/2019

This Condo in Nashua, NH recently sold for $244,900. This Townhouse style home was sold by - NH Realty Group of New England, LLC.


37 Albury Stone Circle Circle, Nashua, NH 03063

Condo

$249,900
Price
$244,900
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Opportunity at Kessler Farm-3 bedroom Townhouse with 2.5 baths deck and garage. Recent updates include kitchen cabinets, granite counters, SS appliances, luxury vinyl flooring in kitchen/dining, Carpet replaced in living room and bedrms 2017, Spacious 3rd floor bedroom or family room with storage. Loads of natural sunlight, Heating/AC System and hot water tank approx. 3 yrs old. Garage door approx 3 yrs old Private front entrance that faces landscaped common area. Low condo fee includes 3 pools, tennis courts, walking trails, landscaping, snow removal, water/sewer and more. Triple A location convenient to major highways and amenities. Dont miss this great opportunity!






Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Nashua   03063  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by NH Realty Group of New England, LLC on 5/16/2019

The school has a significant role to play in the life of a child so, be careful when choosing. It is the most critical aspect of a person's life. All they become as an adult takes its roots in the schools they've attended. Therefore, finding the ideal school for your kids can make a massive difference in their academic performance as well as their overall success in life. 

How to choose a school for your child:

Do your research

The first step to take when selecting the right school for your child is to do a thorough investigation. The study will enable you to filter out the ones that are below standard. You need to know what works best for your child, the kind of environment that your child enjoys, and whether or not your child needs extra attention. The solution to these questions will indicate the type of school to choose for your child.

Affordability

As part of your research, you should also consider the fees/affordability of the school. You should choose a school that you can easily afford the cost without stretching your budget.

Know the core values of the school

Meet the management of the school to have an idea of their approach to schooling. 

Does the school meet your child's need? 

Another criterion to consider is their approach to teaching and learning. You must be sure that the school's strategy will be of great benefit to your child. For example, does the school have adequate support for a child that is a slow learner? How does the school foster growth, team building, and confidence?Consider the infrastructure Do they have classrooms that are well structured, tidy and conducive for learning? Do they have a playground of appropriate size for sporting events?

School curriculum 

You should also consider the school curriculum carefully because it determines what the teachers instruct your kids.

Pay the school a visit

The brochures and websites give you a good idea of the school but cannot be comparable to an actual visit. Book an appointment; check out the infrastructures like playground, classrooms, and restrooms among others. 

Academic performance

You should compare the school average exam's score with other schools, and this will give you an idea about their academic performance. A good record of ranks shows that the school is trying its best in the areas of sound and quality coaching in the STEM (Science Technology Mathematics and Engineering).

Teachers and the staff

When you visit the school, try to ask a question regarding the quality of the teachers and their qualifications.

Interview the students and parents for referrals

While the staff and the management may try to protect the interest of the school, the students and parents will give you honest information about the school, so donít be shy to ask bold questions about their experiences.





Posted by NH Realty Group of New England, LLC on 5/12/2019









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Posted by NH Realty Group of New England, LLC on 5/9/2019

This Condo in Hudson, NH recently sold for $223,000. This style home was sold by - NH Realty Group of New England, LLC.


41 A Beechwood Road, Hudson, NH 03051

Condo

$222,500
Price
$223,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Great Condex in Single Family Neighborhood. Great Large Private Lot with Large Custom Deck. Total Acreage 1.42, taxes based on .71 acres that abuts Conservation Wildlife Perserve and close to Robinson Pond! Offers Garage Under. Kitchen fully applianced with Breakfast Bar opened to Dining Area and Access to Deck. Large Living Rm with Gas Stove as alternative heat source. Large Master Bedroom and Good Size 2nd Bedroom. 1/2 Bath on first floor plus separate 1st floor laundry rm. Newer Flooring Throughout. Exterior Recently Painted. NO CONDO FEES!!






Tags: Real Estate   Condo   Hudson   03051  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by NH Realty Group of New England, LLC on 5/9/2019

When youíre trying to sell your home, there are a few mistakes that could make or break completing the sale of the home in a timely manner. While some things like a tough market or a home with a lot of extra-special features are out of your immediate control, there are plenty of things that you can do when it comes to selling your home. Read on for expert selling tips on what to avoid when your home is going on the market.


Your Home Is Overpriced


Overpriced homes tend to sit on the market for a longer period of time. This is because buyers can see that the price isnít right and are waiting for a price drop. Itís so easy to overestimate the value of your home as well. 


When a home sits on the market for a longer period of time, buyers also wonder if thereís something wrong with the home. Was there a botched inspection? Does the home need major work thatís not visible to the naked eye? An idle home sale leaves buyers wondering, and your home still left on the market.


As far as price goes, if your home has been sitting on the market, youíll need to consider dropping the price in a timely fashion if the price isnít right. You also should be open to bargaining with buyers. In the grand scheme of selling a home sometimes being stubborn with $5,000 doesnít pay off in the end. 


You Didnít Clean Before A Showing


When your home goes on the market, youíll need to do a deep clean of the home. This could mean shelling out some money for a professional cleaning service. Buyers want to see homes that are in pretty good condition. Itís hard to picture living in a place where thereís a lot of dirt and clutter. If you need to, put some of your stuff in storage for the showing. Buyers need some vision to help them decide on the home thatís right for them. You can help them to find that vision with a spotless house.


Using Subpar Photographs


When it comes to selling your home, you want the best possible photographs to depict your property. Most home buyers start their search online these days and high-quality photographs are the best first impression of your property that you can give. A few cell phone pictures just wonít cut it. If you canít get professional photographs done to sell your home, you might want to find someone with a more professional camera or a bit of amateur photography skills. Buyers are focusing on the pictures way more than they are the words in descriptions for online listings. Find the best way to give buyers an overview of your property in images with a good impression.







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