Manchester, New Hampshire real estate,homes,condos



7 Tracie Lane, Weare, NH 03281

Single-Family

$349,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Immaculate 3 bedroom Colonial with 3 bathrooms, 2 car garage, hardwood and tile floors throughout the first floor, 23x23 family room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace, master bedroom with private bath and jetted tub, central vac., generator panel, central air conditioning, first floor laundry, screened in porch and large deck for entertaining, and beautifully landscaped and fenced in yard!!
Open House
Saturday
January 20 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 7 Tracie Lane, Weare, NH 03281    Get Directions





52 Forest Lane, Boscawen, NH 03303

Single-Family

$184,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
1
Baths
Amazing opportunity to own this beautiful 3bd/1ba home on a quiet cul de sac! Enjoy the spacious private yard complete with a shed, large deck, playset, garden space & more. Home boasts a long list of updates including the Roof being replaced in 2012, new windows throughout, front porch, new water heater, flooring, & more! Very safe pleasant neighborhood with easy access to the Northern Rail Trail ideal for anything from walking, snowmobiling or biking. Venturing into the home you'll find yourself in the well lit sunroom, followed by a large kitchen, and finally a beautiful living room sporting a brick fireplace. Enjoy even more living space in the basement. PRICED TO MOVE, THIS HOME WILL NOT LAST LONG!
Open House
Sunday
January 21 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 52 Forest Lane, Boscawen, NH 03303    Get Directions





52 Forest Lane, Boscawen, NH 03303

Single-Family

$184,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
1
Baths
Amazing opportunity to own this beautiful 3bd/1ba home on a quiet cul de sac! Enjoy the spacious private yard complete with a shed, large deck, playset, garden space & more. Home boasts a long list of updates including the Roof being replaced in 2012, new windows throughout, front porch, new water heater, flooring, & more! Very safe pleasant neighborhood with easy access to the Northern Rail Trail ideal for anything from walking, snowmobiling or biking. Venturing into the home you'll find yourself in the well lit sunroom, followed by a large kitchen, and finally a beautiful living room sporting a brick fireplace. Enjoy even more living space in the basement. PRICED TO MOVE, THIS HOME WILL NOT LAST LONG!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




This Condo in Hooksett, NH recently sold for $180,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by Office Remax - RE/MAX Synergy - Bedford.


1465 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

Condo

$174,900
Price
$180,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Live maintenance free at this sought after private end unit townhome, in The Village of Harrow at Granite Hill! It features a fully applianced kitchen, open concept dining and living room, and sliders to a very private deck. With over 1500 sf of living space, this home boasts 1 1/2 baths, 2 bedrooms, a loft with skylights, that can be used for an office, exercise room, or additional storage, and 2nd floor laundry (washer and dryer stay). There's plenty to keep you busy outdoors, with the full use of the swimming pool, tennis courts and walking trails! Low condo fees and a strong association makes this townhome a win/win deal!!




From the time an offer is made on a property, and the deal is done, you may face quite a few challenges. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, the process can be dizzying. There are a lot of things that go on from the time an offer is accepted, and the closing table is reached. The entire process of home buying and selling is designed with built-in protections to help both buyers and sellers avoid feeling a lot of regrets. Below, you’ll find some familiar situations in the buying and selling process, and what’s available to help you avoid disappointment.


Once An Offer Is Accepted, Is It Binding? 


If you were overzealous to accept an offer on the home you’re selling and wish you had looked at others before making a decision, you’re not out of luck. Once you’re under contract, you’re obligated to sell to a buyer. The reason you may want to look at other offers is that it doesn’t hurt to have a “backup” buyer. If something falls through with the first buyer, the second buyer in line becomes automatically under contract. While you may not necessarily sell for more, in this case, there’s a sure way available to help you sell your home fast. 


The Buyer Doesn’t Have The Financing They Thought They Did


If a buyer’s financial backing falls through or if the buyer is unable to get financing by the closing date, as a seller, you can walk away. Any financial changes to the contract that would impact you as a seller including a change in the type of loan, downpayment amount, or any variation from the contract terms allow the seller to end the contract unscathed. 


Something Wasn’t Disclosed About The Property


Not everything is required to be disclosed by a seller. It all depends upon the rules within the state where you are buying. Understand what’s required to be revealed. If you feel uncomfortable with something, you can inquire about it, or add a contingency to have the problem addressed. Things like a death on the property can't be changed, for example. Your state may not even require that these events be disclosed.


The Home Inspection Raised Some Concerns 


If the home inspection reveals some issues that the seller isn’t willing to fix, you have the right as a buyer to walk away. In many cases, these problems would be things like wiring or plumbing issues. 


The Property Appraised For Less Than The Offer


If the property appraises for less than what you offered for the home, you may feel quite upset as a buyer. Don’t worry! There are a few things that you can do. Lenders won’t give you more than what the property appraises for. You can, however, bring more of your own cash to the closing table. You can also wait for the seller to adjust the asking price, or withdraw your offer altogether. The problem with the last solution is that you may lose any earnest money deposits      





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