Stacie Berry
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-361-1386 | stacieberry@kw.com


Posted by Stacie Berry on 10/14/2018

Selling your home can be an uphill climb, particularly for those who fail to devote the necessary time and resources to enhance their kitchen.

The kitchen serves as a central meeting place in any home, regardless of size. As such, home sellers will want to do everything they can to create a warm, inviting kitchen atmosphere that helps make their residence attractive to homebuyers.

Ready to transform an ordinary kitchen into one that homebuyers won't soon forget? Here are three kitchen remodeling tips that every home seller needs to know.

1. Consider All of Your Lighting Options.

Pendant lights represent wonderful additions in a kitchen because they make it easy to brighten up the entire space. Plus, these lights are both stylish and practical and may prove to be a viable option in your kitchen for an extended period of time.

Furthermore, under-cabinet lighting offers outstanding value, especially for those who want their kitchen to stand out to homebuyers.

As a home seller, you'll want to do everything you can to impress homebuyers whenever they visit your residence. And with small, inexpensive under-cabinet lights, your kitchen may be better equipped to make a long-lasting impression on homebuyers.

2. Don't Break the Bank to Revamp Your Kitchen Floors.

Over the years, your kitchen floors may have suffered scratches and dings that you'll want to eliminate as soon as possible. Although your kitchen floors may be an eyesore, you won't necessarily need to break the bank to enhance their appearance.

For example, if you have wood floors in your kitchen, you may be able to refinish them rather than having to commit substantial time and resources to replace them. Refinishing wood floors may allow you to make them appear as good as new, and the time and money you save by choosing floor refinishing over floor replacement could be invested in other home repair projects as well.

Also, if you have tile or vinyl kitchen floors, you may want to consider sealed cork in the future. Sealed cork boasts a distinct look and feel and will maintain its appearance for years to come, making it a stunning and cost-effective kitchen floor replacement option.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent.

Improving your kitchen can be exceedingly difficult for any home seller, at any time. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who understand what it takes to revamp a kitchen's appearance in no time at all.

Hiring a real estate agent may prove to be a great choice. This professional will help you evaluate your kitchen and ensure you can complete the right repairs to enhance its appearance. Moreover, your real estate agent will make it simple to establish priorities so you'll be able to allocate time and resources to the right kitchen repair projects.

When it comes to enhancing your kitchen, why should you be forced to leave anything to chance? Instead, work with a friendly, experienced real estate agent, and you can streamline the process of transforming your kitchen into an asset that helps your house stand out to homebuyers.




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Posted by Stacie Berry on 10/8/2018


40 Trent Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

Single-Family

$334,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to The Hamlet. This Unique Neighborhood tucked away in the community of Granite Hill is a great place to call home. Beautiful Landscaping with Irrigation, Stone retaining wall and walk way greet you as you pull up to this home. As you enter the entry way you have tile floors and a large coat closet. To the right you find a Large Family with plush carpet, gas fireplace & open concept to Kitchen. This Wonderful Kitchen offers high end Stainless Steele Appliances for all those cook enthusiasts! Dining Room with Hardwood Floors is currently be used as an office/extra sitting room. Great space for many types of use! Upstairs you will be pleasantly surprised with large bedrooms with good size closets. This home offers 2nd floor laundry. MasterBedroom has generous square footage, Master bath with brand new flooring, Large walk in closet that leads to pull down attic. Attic floor is entirely completed with plywood for additional storage. Really nice feature! Double Slider in Kitchen leads to deck and patio area. Enjoy the sounds of nature as you sit on the deck and hear the ducks in the pond. Seller has cleared walking trails to explore the pond and nature that surrounds the property! In the winter the pond freezes which makes for a great ice skating spot! Come see for yourself all this neighborhood and property have to offer!
Open House
Saturday
October 13 at 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Posted by Stacie Berry on 10/7/2018

Proper hydration on moving day is paramount. Because without the proper hydration, your moving day team risks wearing down quickly. Perhaps even worse, moving day team members may feel exhausted as they lift large, heavy items something that may prove to be disastrous.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to guarantee that your entire moving day team stays hydrated here are three tips that you need to know.

1. Pick Up Lots of Beverages

Learn about your moving day team and the drinks they like you'll be glad you did. If you learn your moving day team's drink preferences, you can pick up beverages that you'll know they'll enjoy on moving day.

When in doubt, it pays to purchase lots of water and sports drinks. These beverages help cleanse the body and will allow your moving team to maintain its energy levels throughout the day.

If possible, you may want to avoid purchasing caffeinated beverages as well. Caffeinated beverages may actually cause an individual to become dehydrated over time. Thus, you may want to provide only a limited amount of caffeinated beverages on moving day.

2. Store Your Drinks in a Cooler That Is Easy to Access

If your refrigerator has already been moved out of your house, there is no need to worry. Purchase a water cooler and lots of ice, and you can provide your moving team with cool, refreshing beverages at any time.

Keep this cooler in a central location and tell your moving team members exactly where they can find it. That way, if a moving team member starts to feel sluggish, he or she can stop, grab a drink and immediately start to revitalize the body.

3. Plan Plenty of Breaks

On moving day, give your moving team plenty of opportunities to stay hydrated. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of dropped items, injuries and other moving day problems.

Schedule at least one break per hour, with the break lasting a minimum of 10 minutes. Also, after a few hours, you may want to provide your moving team with an extended lunch break that gives all team members a chance to stop and grab a bite to eat.

If you need additional assistance planning for moving day, you may want to contact a professional moving company as well. This business hires courteous, professionally training moving specialists who will make it simple for you to take all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Lastly, a real estate agent may help you find the best moving companies in your area. This housing market professional can help you buy or sell a residence, as well as put you in touch with the top moving companies in any city or town, at any time.

Ready to transform an ordinary moving day into a successful one? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can guarantee that your entire team can stay hydrated as your moving day progresses.




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Posted by Stacie Berry on 10/5/2018


40 Trent Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

Single-Family

$334,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to The Hamlet. This Unique Neighborhood tucked away in the community of Granite Hill is a great place to call home. Beautiful Landscaping with Irrigation, Stone retaining wall and walk way greet you as you pull up to this home. As you enter the entry way you have tile floors and a large coat closet. To the right you find a Large Family with plush carpet, gas fireplace & open concept to Kitchen. This Wonderful Kitchen offers high end Stainless Steele Appliances for all those cook enthusiasts! Dining Room with Hardwood Floors is currently be used as an office/extra sitting room. Great space for many types of use! Upstairs you will be pleasantly surprised with large bedrooms with good size closets. This home offers 2nd floor laundry. MasterBedroom has generous square footage, Master bath with brand new flooring, Large walk in closet that leads to pull down attic. Attic floor is entirely completed with plywood for additional storage. Really nice feature! Double Slider in Kitchen leads to deck and patio area. Enjoy the sounds of nature as you sit on the deck and hear the ducks in the pond. Seller has cleared walking trails to explore the pond and nature that surrounds the property! In the winter the pond freezes which makes for a great ice skating spot! Come see for yourself all this neighborhood and property have to offer!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Stacie Berry on 10/3/2018

This Single-Family in Sandown, NH recently sold for $305,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Stacie Berry - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


43 North Road, Sandown, NH 03873

Single-Family

$305,000
Price
$305,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths






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