Dean DeMagistris - Bedford, NH Real Estate, Manchester, NH Real Estate, Nashua, NH Real Estate



10 Riddle Drive, Bedford, NH 03110

Single-Family

$949,900
Price

6
Bedrooms
13
Rooms
3/3
Full/Half Baths
This unique custom built home, nestled hilltop on 2.27 acres, boasts 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Enter this open concept plan through double french doors into a glamourous 2 story tiled foyer. The grand granite staircase opens to a 2 story living room with wonderful stone faced gas fireplace. Sunlight fills the room through the floor to ceiling windows. Prepare your meals in the beautiful elegant kitchen with granite countertops, kitchen island, stainless appliances, bar sink and a walk in pantry. Or use the superb outdoor covered oasis with fully applianced kitchen featuring tongue and groove pine ceiling with recessed lighting to entertain your guests. The master bedroom suite is complete with tray ceiling, bay window, custom walk in closet, tiled and marble walk in shower, and jet tub. Work from home in the 2nd floor private office. Dont want to take the stairs? Use the elevator from the garage to the 2nd floor! The 3rd floor offers 5 large bedrooms with ample closet space for each. More features include 5 car garage with 8ft doors, irrigation system, central air, 1st floor family room with glass sliders, house security system and crown molding. Its a must see property to fully appreciate all the custom features and little details added that make this home truly 1 of a kind.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




A home inspection is a crucial part of the homebuying process. At this point, a home inspector will walk through a house with you and examine the property inside and out. If a home inspector identifies underlying problems with a residence, these issues could put your purchase in jeopardy. On the other hand, if a home inspection reveals that there are no major problems with a residence, you may feel comfortable proceeding with a purchase.

Ultimately, how a homebuyer approaches a property inspection can have far-flung effects. For those who want to achieve the best-possible home inspection results, we're here to help you get ready for a house inspection.

Let's take a look at three tips to ensure you know exactly how to approach a house inspection.

1. Prepare for the Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios

Regardless of how a home inspection turns out, you need to be ready. That way, you'll have a plan in place to act quickly, even in the worst-case scenario.

In the best-case scenario after a house inspection, you likely will take a step forward in your quest to complete a home purchase. Conversely, in the worst-case scenario following a home inspection, you may rescind your offer to purchase a house and reenter the real estate market.

It also is important to remember that you can always walk away from a house sale if an inspection reveals there are significant problems with a residence. For a homebuyer, it is paramount to feel comfortable with a house after an inspection. If a home raises lots of red flags during an inspection, a buyer should have no trouble removing his or her offer to purchase a house.

2. Ask Plenty of Questions

A home inspector is a property expert who can provide insights into the condition of a residence. Thus, you should rely on this property expert as much as possible.

Don't hesitate to discuss a home with an inspector. Because if you ask lots of questions during a home inspection, you may be able to receive comprehensive property insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere.

3. Analyze the Inspection Results Closely

Following a home inspection, you'll receive a report that details a property inspector's findings. Review this report closely, and if you have follow-up questions about it, reach out to the inspector that provided the report.

Lastly, as you look for ways to streamline the homebuying journey, you should work with a knowledgeable real estate agent. This housing market professional can put you in touch with the top home inspectors in your city or town. Plus, if you want to request home repairs or a reduced price on a house after an inspection, a real estate agent will negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf.

Let's not forget about the support that a real estate agent provides at other points in the homebuying journey, either. If you ever have concerns or questions during the homebuying journey, a real estate agent will respond to them at your convenience.

Prepare for a home inspection, and you can use this evaluation to gain the insights you need to make an informed homebuying decision.



454 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Commercial

$209,900
Price

Attractive mixed use Commercial space with second floor apartment. Nicely renovated two-family dwelling with detached two car garage. Perfect place for a home business! Current 1st floor hair salon business known as "Hairloom" which is on a lease for extra income. Updated second floor with one bedroom, new flooring, freshly painted and new kitchen counters. Additional features include a 14 x 8 covered porch, plenty of parking, vinyl siding, garden area and full basement.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





454 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Multi-Family

$209,900
Price

2
Total Units
Attractive mixed use Commercial space with second floor apartment. Nicely renovated two-family dwelling with detached two car garage. Perfect place for a Home Business! Current 1st floor hair salon business known as "Hairloom" which is on a lease. Updated second floor with one bedroom, new flooring, freshly painted and new kitchen counter tops. Additional features include a 14 x 8 covered porch, plenty of parking, vinyl siding, garden area and full basement.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




Many sellers rely on agents to help them to deal with the task of selling their home. If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, a real estate agent isn’t required. There are many advantages and disadvantages to selling your home as a “For Sale By Owner” (FSBO). Read on to discover the good and bad of selling your home on your own. 


The Pros


Avoid Paying Commission


Real estate commission is the main reason that many sellers choose to go it alone. You’ll pay about 6% commission on the sale of your home between buyers and sellers agents. When figuring out the asking price for your property, this number that you’ll pay for a commission is included. This sale price also should be enough to pay off the remaining balance on the property. If you don’t have a lot of equity in your home, an FSBO may be your only option if you can’t afford the commission. Another option is to wait to sell your home until you have built up enough equity for the transaction to make sense for you. 


You Can Find Other Resources To Help You Sell The Property


There are so many resources available to FSBOs in today’s market. Yards signs aren’t the only thing that sellers can use to get people interested in their property. Many websites and resources assist people taking the FSBO approach. You still may not be able to get your property listed everywhere if you’re not a real estate agent. 


Cons


You Won’t Be Able To List The Property Fully


Only licensed real estate agents have access to the MLS, where buyers' agents and other websites pull available properties.  Not having access to this can be a deterrent to the marketing of your home. You could miss out on getting many home showings that you otherwise would if your house was listed on the MLS. 


There’s No One To Help You With Paperwork And Negotiations


Real estate agents certainly earn their commission. There is a lot of work in both selling and buying a home. If you hire an agent, he’ll be taking phone calls, sending off forms, and dealing with the negotiations on the property. An agent will also coordinate home showings and have the ability to show your property when you’re unavailable. If you go it alone, you won’t have that assistance and may be a bit overwhelmed during the selling process.


A real estate agent also understands the lingo better than someone who has been outside of the business. There are many advantages to paying his fee if you decide to hire him for the sale of your home.           





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