McClintick Real Estate, Inc.



Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 5/17/2018


14 DW Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054

Single-Family

$299,500
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautiful new construction. Almost completed. End of June closing possible. Quality construction with nice floor plan. Big rooms. Kitchen features upgraded white cabinets, granite counters, pennisula bar, and stainless steel appliances. Dark stained hardwood floors in kitchen, living room and dining area. Tile flooring in baths and laundry room. Separate laundry room on 2nd level. Master bedroom features his and hers closets with hers being a walk-in. 5' vanity in main bathroom with double sink. All rooms and closets have overhead lights. Brushed nickel hardware. Solid 2 panel doors. Furnace prepped for central a/c. Deck and patio off dining area. Backyard is level and overlooks a small stream. Part of the lot will be fenced with 6' stockade fence. Town water, sewer and natural gas. Amazing home at this price! Great commuter location, just minutes to exit 11 off Everett Turnpike. Listing agent has ownership interest. Showings start Saturday May 19th.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 5/17/2018

Selling a house the second time around may prove to be much easier than your initial home selling experience. In fact, a veteran home seller can learn a lot from his or her past home selling experience, including:

1. How to Establish a Competitive Initial Home Asking Price

Setting a competitive initial home asking price is paramount, regardless of a home seller's experience. If a seller establishes a competitive initial asking price from the get-go, he or she can increase the likelihood of stirring up plenty of interest in a house. Conversely, a seller who sets an initial asking price that is too high or too low may struggle to achieve the optimal home selling results.

Think about how you priced the home that you most recently sold. This experience may help you determine how you'll price your current house, as well as enable you to avoid potential pricing mistakes along the way.

Furthermore, it usually helps to look at the prices of comparable houses in your city or town. If you assess this housing market data, you can see how your house stacks up against the competition and narrow the price range for your residence.

2. How to Promote a House to the Right Groups of Buyers

If you previously struggled to showcase your house to buyers, you can learn from your past experience and avoid making the same mistakes once again.

Ultimately, a home seller should allocate time and resources to enhance the curb appeal of his or her home. If a house features a stunning exterior, it may generate lots of interest from buyers.

It often helps to maintain a clean home interior as well. If you keep your home neat, tidy and clutter-free, buyers should have no trouble envisioning what life might be like if they purchase your house.

3. How to Hire the Right Real Estate Agent

Conduct an in-depth search for the right real estate agent – you'll be glad you did. If you meet with a variety of real estate agents, you can find a housing market professional who can help you achieve your desired home selling results.

Don't forget to request client referrals from a real estate agent. Because if you can learn about past clients' experiences with a real estate agent, you can make an informed choice about whether to hire this real estate agent to guide you along the home selling journey.

Ready to add another house to the real estate market? Use your home selling experience to your advantage, and you can boost your chances of enjoying a profitable home selling journey.




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Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 5/14/2018


98 Bedford Road, Merrimack, NH 03054

Single-Family

$309,500
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Back on Market. Updated 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Garrison situated on a 1 acre lot. Front to back living room features hardwood floors and wood stove. Eat-in kitchen with tile floors and quartz counter. Formal dining room off kitchen with hardwood floors. Master bedroom features walk-in closet and private 3/4 bath. Other 2 bedrooms are good size with large closets. Central A/C. Deck off living room sliders overlooks large level backyard. Sunny lot. Oversized garage. 2 rooms finished in the basement. Fully applianced including washer and dryer. Great commuter location. Just minutes to toll free exit 12 and Airport exit off Everett Turnpike. $5,000 credit for flooring on second level. Quick closing available.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 5/10/2018

You may have heard the term “escrow” in your experience with real estate. You might know it’s an account, but what exactly does it do for you as a buyer? An escrow account is what your lender uses to make payments on things like property taxes, insurance, and more. The lender collects your monthly mortgage payment, and part of that cash goes into an escrow account. 


This type of account is an excellent option for homeowners because your bills relating to being a homeowner will all be paid without you having to do anything. It makes budgeting a breeze because there aren’t any complicated calculations involved. Every month, your lender collects 1/12 of the estimated tax bill and insurance cost for the home. The rest of your mortgage payment covers the principal and interest on the loan of the house.


Are Escrow Accounts Mandatory?


You’ll find that most lenders require you to have an escrow account. The purpose of the account is to keep the home safe as collateral for the loan. The bank has an interest in the proper insurance behind the property. The taxes also need to be paid on time in order to keep the property in good standing. If the taxes aren’t paid, a tax lien will be placed against the house. 


Everything In One Place


You’ll receive an annual statement from your lender that will show you how much money was collected and placed in your escrow account. Escrow payments often change because insurance premiums and taxes tend to change quite frequently. The amount being put into escrow may change a few times throughout the year. The lender keeps track of all this for you, saving you some time. 


Bills That Need To Be Paid


Whether you have an escrow account or not the bills that are included must be paid one way or another. It’s a good idea to speak with your lender before you buy a home to find out that bank’s procedures around these insurance and tax payments. Property tax and home insurance are items that you’ll need to budget for regardless of how your lender does things. An escrow account can be much more convenient for many buyers. 


Escrow is just another one of the many essential terms that you’ll come across as a homebuyer. Knowing the advantages and purpose of the account helps you to be informed as you dive into the home buying process. 





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Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 5/4/2018


98 Bedford Road, Merrimack, NH 03054

Single-Family

$314,500
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Back on Market. Updated 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Garrison situated on a 1 acre lot. Front to back living room features hardwood floors and wood stove. Eat-in kitchen with tile floors and quartz counter. Formal dining room off kitchen with hardwood floors. Master bedroom features walk-in closet and private 3/4 bath. Other 2 bedrooms are good size with large closets. Central A/C. Deck off living room sliders overlooks large level backyard. Sunny lot. Oversized garage. 2 rooms finished in the basement. Fully applianced including washer and dryer. Great commuter location. Just minutes to toll free exit 12 and Airport exit off Everett Turnpike. $5,000 credit for flooring on second level. Quick closing available.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change