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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/11/2019


46 Thomas Ave, Haverhill, MA 01832

Single-Family

$350,000
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Large Family home on corner lot. This 7 room, 3-4 bedroom, 1.5 bath home has large fully applianced, eat-in kitchen. 3-4 good size bedrooms. Fireplaced living room and formal dining room. Partially finished basement. New hot water heater, Farmer's porch, deck and corner lot with shed. Close to highway for easy commute.
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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/10/2019

If youíre planning on buying a new home sometime in the near future, you may be wondering when the best time of year to buy a home really is. Thereís many theories about when the best time of year to buy a home is. Itís widely known that inventory on homes available for sale picks up in spring. That means that inventory increases, but so too does the volume of competition for people who are buying homes. Just because spring is busy, in real estate that doesnít mean that itís necessarily the best time to buy. 


Spring is, however, a great time to sell your home. The same goes for the summer as the buying frenzy continues right into the fall for most home buyers. As a buyer or a seller, youíll want to have a good understanding of the housing market no matter what time of year youíre making your property transactions. Whether youíre buying or selling, youíll want to know how to get the best bang for your buck. While many people are ready for a change after the long winter months, yet, many people can hold out through other times of the year. 


The Market Changes With The Seasons


As the seasons change, so too do the number of people selling versus the number of people who are looking to buy. If you donít mind the competition and know what youíre looking for, any time is a good time to buy. As a buyer, youíll either be facing low inventory, tough competition, or a combination of the two. If youíre scoping out the type of home youíd like to live in, youíll want to browse in the spring. Have your pre-approval ready just in case you find a home you love at the right price. If youíre not in a rush, spring shopping can give you a good idea of whatís out there for you. Youíll be able to narrow down the type of home you want and where youíd like to live when the time is right.


Thereís Really No Golden Rule For Timing


When it comes to buying and selling real estate, there is no sweet spot during the year as to when youíll have better luck. Being prepared and understanding the trends in your area are a good start. When you hire the right real estate agent, they can be your advocate throughout the process of either buying or selling. Agents can research different trends from the time of year that properties are sold in a certain neighborhood right through to the correct pricing for a home just like yours or the one you are looking for.




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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/10/2019

If you know youíd like to buy a home in the future, youíve probably thought about saving money for all of the upfront costs that buying a home can bring. Saving the sizable amount of money that it takes for a down payment can be seemingly impossible to do. Itís impossible without making yourself seem miserable for a time, at least. You can save money creatively without sacrificing everything. Below, youíll find some tips for saving money that work for your life. 


Put Your Money Somewhere Safe


While investing in the stock market may seem like a good idea to put your savings on hyperdrive, itís risky. When it comes to your savings, try high interest savings accounts and CDs. The latter is a particularly good option because you wonít be able to touch the money for the time period that the CD will mature. Youíll also earn a bit of interest on the funds that are in there. 


If you plan to keep adding to your savings (which you should) a traditional savings account is best. You should have a dedicated account thatís solely for the house fund. Do some shopping around for the savings account that will have the best interest rate and be the easiest option for you. Remember that as boring as a savings account seems, itís a safe bet for your money. 


Apps Can Assist You


There are plenty of budgeting apps and apps that help you to set aside spare change. You should make use of these tools to help you reach your savings goals. Whether you need some help with budgeting or need to find ways to put your spare change to good use, thereís an app for that. You can even find apps that will reward you for good behavior. These apps may ďtipĒ you a few bucks for going to the gym or completing a project on time. Youíre saving money and doing good for yourself at the same time! Saving money for your future home can be fun if you find the right tools to help you.



Set Goals


One reason that many people donít save a lot of money is that they lack specific goals. If you sit down and look at your budget, youíll see where you can cut expenses. Then, youíll be able to have clear cut goals of how much you can save on a weekly or monthly basis. With your eyes on the prize of homeownership, you should be motivated to save where you can. Having specific numbers in mind can be a big help in reaching your long-term goals.




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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/10/2019

This Single-Family in Sandown, NH recently sold for $265,000. This New Englander style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


174 Fremont Road, Sandown, NH 03873

Single-Family

$279,900
Price
$265,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Well maintained New Englander with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Relax on the beautiful front porch over looking conservation land across the street. First floor has 2 generous sized bedrooms with hardwood floors, large eat in kitchen, with pantry/laundry area and an updated full bath. Large dining room with hardwood, tiled foyer leads to the cathedral ceiling family room with gas heat stove and slider leading to back patio. Upstairs is the private master suite with vaulted ceilings, walk in closet and master bath with jacuzzi tub and shower. Updates include septic system, driveway, heating system, well pump, Generac generator. House offers many living options and sits on a .70 of an acre lot within walking distance to trails for all year round enjoyment. Quick close is possible!






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Posted by RE/MAX Main Street Associates on 2/9/2019

This Single-Family in Belmont, NH recently sold for $178,500. This Ranch style home was sold by - RE/MAX Main Street Associates.


169 Durrell Mtn Road, Belmont, NH 03220

Single-Family

$178,500
Price
$178,500
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
Ranch style home with finished basement, Granite, tile and hardwood. Large lot with plenty of parking. Wonderful country setting close to shopping and all amenities. Beautifully updated, two bath ranch. home features the original oak hardwood flooring, open concept custom granite kitchen with stainless steel appliances, large walk-in pantry, large 1st floor bedroom with two closets, office area and a bath. Finished basement you'll find a spacious room with laminate flooring, 3 large rooms and a full bath. Home is wired for a generator and comes equipped with a security monitoring system. Beautiful curb appeal with block patio in the front overlooking flower garden, the white picket fence and two driveways, 40 x 30 heated workshop equipped with a crane, air compressor and plenty of storage. Wonderful town beach rights on Lake Winnisquam.






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