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


Posted by Stacie Berry on 7/13/2018

This Single-Family in Hooksett, NH recently sold for $403,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Stacie Berry - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


2 Lennox Street, Hooksett, NH 03106

Single-Family

$389,900
Price
$403,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
3
Baths
Welcome home to Glencrest Estates. This immaculate 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Colonial with large Farmers Porch is a great place to spend the Summer ahead! This Beautiful home presents a 2 story entry way with open foyer. Spacious Kitchen which leads to large step down Great Room with gleaming hardwood floors. First floor offers a dining room open to kitchen, full bathroom with laundry and an extra room that can be used as an office, playroom, or additional living room. Kitchen offers sliders to oversized Azek Deck! Second floor presents a large Master Bedroom with Full Bath & walk in closet! Master Bath has new flooring! There are 2 additional Bedrooms and a Full Guest Bath on the second floor. Full Walkout Basement leads to private hot tub area. Hot Tub is being sold with the home! This home is Beautifully Landscaped with Irrigation and Custom Walkway to Farmers Porch. Glencrest Estates offers walking and biking trails. Snowmobile trails that lead to Bear Brook Park and more! Schedule your showing today! This won't last!






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Posted by Stacie Berry on 7/12/2018


28 Lindsay Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

Single-Family

$369,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome to Campbell Hill Estates! This 3 Bedroom Contemporary Home shows the pride of ownership throughout! Walking into the Entry Way you will see Tile Flooring and Coat Closet. Large Family Room to your right with Wood Burning Fireplace, Wet Bar, Hardwood Floors and Slider to Deck. Bright open Kitchen was remodeled with Cherry Cabinets, Granite Counters, Tile Flooring and High end Stainless Steal Appliances. Kitchen offers an amazing Pantry for extra space! Off the Kitchen you will find a Dining Room that is being used as an Office Space and Sliders to the Backyard. Also off the Kitchen is an Addition with Bolivian Rosewood Floors, Floor to ceiling Stone Gas Fireplace and Window Seat. Downstairs Half Bath offers Granite Counters and Tile flooring. On the second floor you will find the Large Master Bedroom with His and Her Closets, an amazing Spa-like Bathroom~ Custom Shower with Dual Shower Heads and Granite Counters. 2 Additional Bedrooms and Full Bath are on the second floor. Partially Finished Basements offers more square footage. Sellers have made this space a great toy room! It could also be used as an office, guest bedroom or craft room.Basement has its own heat zone! Large unfinished space for lots of storage! Mature Landscaping surround this .54 acre lot. Backyard offers a flat space with oversized Shed & Irrigation. This home is in a great commuter location with easy access to Interstate 93 and Route 101. Come see for yourself all this home has to offer~
Open House
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Stacie Berry on 7/11/2018

This Single-Family in Manchester, NH recently sold for $345,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Stacie Berry - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


65 LINDA Lane, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$349,000
Price
$345,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
3
Baths
Spacious north end Colonial offers 3 large bedrooms, but could easily be returned to four. Current owner removed one wall to make a larger master bedroom. Lower level currently used as an in-law apartment and comes complete with separate bedroom, kitchenette, full bath, and separate entrance through garage. First level has a large great room, open concept kitchen/family room with fireplace. Corian kitchen counters. All appliances stay, including washer/dryer. Enjoy your summer evenings in the full screened porch out back. Linda Lane is a dead end street and has little to no traffic. Conveniently located close to Exit 8 or go up Wellington and hop on to 101. Home sits on a .81 acre lot. Hardwood and softwood floors.






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Stacie Berry on 7/8/2018

American homes have been growing larger for decades. This trend is partly due to personal preference for more space, and partly caused by local laws mandating minimum square-footage of all new properties.

Owning and maintaining a home is a huge expense. Especially if you’re heating and maintaining parts of your home that you don’t really need.

As a result, a growing number of people are renting out parts of their home in various ways. From Airbnb to subletting, and all the way up to renting out their basement as a separate apartment, there are a number of ways you can earn money on your home.

The appeal is obvious. However, there are a number of factors you should consider before renting out part of your home. After all, your home is the place you and your family spend your days and nights, and sometimes the idea of having a stranger in your midst can be frightening to some homeowners.

For others, however, welcoming people into their home is a fun way to meet new people, help someone find affordable housing in a place they otherwise wouldn’t, and earn some extra money.

Know your local laws

It should be noted up front that not everyone can just legally rent out a portion of their home. Whether it is due to local laws, building code requirements, or homeowners association rules, there are a number of reasons you might not be able to rent out part of your home.

Before you consider listing a room or portion of your home, read up on the landlord-tenant laws in your area to make sure you’re comfortable with your legal obligations.

Make the necessary preparations

Renting a room in your home isn’t just a matter of giving someone the key to the front door. You’ll have to plan to install deadbolts, remove doorknobs with inside locking mechanisms, make repairs to the room and any amenities the tenant will have access to and document the state of your home.

Make a clear renter’s agreement

Would it make you uncomfortable to have a dog or cat in your home? Does your home have a smoking policy?

There are a number of things you should think about and add to your renter’s agreement and any online listing you post. This will help you narrow down your renter options and give you a better chance of finding someone right for your home.

Finding a tenant

There are a number of ways you can find people to live in your home. Most homeowners list their spare room or apartment online, but it can also be a good idea to reach out to people you know and trust.

Once you have interested parties, you might want to purchase a background check and determine if you’ll require certain documents (proof of income, credit score, etc.).

Document everything

There’s a reason you have to do so much paperwork when you rent an apartment--the landlord wants to make sure they are covered in case anything goes wrong.

Before signing an agreement with your new renter, make sure it covers all of the “what-if” scenarios that could happen. There are several sample lease agreements online that you can use as a template.

Furthermore, once the tenant moves in, be sure that your discussions and agreements are documented. If the tenant denies you access to perform a check for pests, make sure you have some documentation that shows this denial.




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Posted by Stacie Berry on 7/1/2018

Attending open houses is common for property buyers in cities and towns nationwide. However, there is no set number of open houses that a homebuyer will need to attend to discover his or her dream residence. In some instances, a buyer may find the ideal home after attending his or her first open house. Or, a buyer may attend dozens of open houses and fail to find a residence that matches his or her expectations.

As a homebuyer, it is important to do everything possible to make the most of an open house. Lucky for you, we're here to help you get ready for an open house and ensure that you can maximize the value of this event.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get ready for an open house.

1. Create a List of Home Questions

You may have learned about a home from a listing. Yet a listing only offers a limited amount of information about a residence. And if you have additional questions about a residence, an open house provides you with a great opportunity to receive responses to your queries.

Craft a list of questions before you attend an open house – you'll be glad you did. With this list in hand, you can ask questions about a home and gain the insights you need to help you decide whether a residence is right for you.

2. Perform Research

Try to collect as much information as you can about a home prior to an open house. That way, you can have a good idea about what to expect when you attend this event.

Also, you may want to put together a game plan before an open house. This plan allows you to prioritize different areas of a residence that you want to check out. Plus, it may help you conduct an in-depth review of a residence.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is happy to help you plan ahead for any open house. If you employ a real estate agent today, you can receive comprehensive assistance as you conduct your house search.

Typically, a real estate agent will keep you up to date about open house events in your preferred cities and towns. This housing market professional can attend an open house with you and offer immediate feedback as well. In addition, if you want to submit an offer to purchase a residence after an open house, a real estate agent can help you do just that.

Let's not forget about the expert housing market insights that a real estate agent can provide, either. A real estate agent can offer insights into housing market patterns and trends. By doing so, a real estate agent can help you narrow your home search and ensure that you can find a great house at a budget-friendly price.

Ready to attend an open house? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can attend an open house and learn about all aspects of a residence.




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