McClintick Real Estate, Inc.

Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 3/16/2018

This Land in Merrimack, NH recently sold for $192,500. This style home was sold by - McClintick Real Estate, Inc..

8 Windy Hollow Circle, Merrimack, NH 03054


Sale Price

Beautiful lot in desirable Windy Hollow. Only a few lots left in this gorgeous new Merrimack subdivision featuring custom high quality homes. This sunny and private lot gently slopes up from the road and is mostly level. Conservation land abuts the lot to rear. Road ends in a cul de sac. Minutes to shopping, schools, Route 3 or 101A. Horse Hill Nature Preserve which offers hiking and biking trails is within walking distance.

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Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 3/16/2018

98 Bedford Road, Merrimack, NH 03054



Full/Half Baths
Well maintained and 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. Showings start March 5. Great commuter location. Just minutes to toll free exit 12 and Airport exit off Everett Turnpike.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 3/15/2018

As a home seller, receiving the first offer on your residence can be an exciting experience. However, the initial offer on your home may prove to be insufficient for a number of reasons, including:

1. The offer fails to meet your expectations.

Ideally, a home seller will allocate the necessary time and resources to fully analyze a house before adding it to the real estate market. This will enable a home seller to establish realistic expectations for his or her house and price it accordingly.

Conducting a home appraisal offers a great starting point for a home seller to determine the true value of a residence. This appraisal ensures a home inspector will examine a residence's interior and exterior. Then, the inspector will provide a report that details a house's strengths and weaknesses.

With a home appraisal report in hand, a home seller should have no trouble establishing a "fair" price for his or her residence. And if an initial offer falls short of this price, a home seller can politely decline the proposal and wait for additional offers.

2. The homebuyer has submitted a "lowball" proposal.

In some instances, a homebuyer may submit a "lowball" offer in the hopes of acquiring a terrific house at a budget-friendly price. If a home seller cannot differentiate between a reasonable offer and a lowball proposal, he or she risks missing out on an opportunity to optimize the value of a residence.

An informed home seller should examine the prices of available houses that are similar to his or her own. By doing so, this property seller can see how his or her residence stacks up against the competition and map out the home selling journey accordingly.

Moreover, an informed home seller will mow the front lawn, trim the hedges and do whatever it takes to enhance a house's curb appeal. This home seller likely understands the importance of making a positive first impression on homebuyers, and as a result, will perform assorted home exterior improvements to help reduce the risk of receiving a lowball initial offer.

3. The offer does not correspond to the current state of the housing market.

For a home seller, it is essential to work with a real estate agent who can provide full details about the current state of the housing market.

A real estate agent can help a home seller differentiate between a buyer's market and a seller's market. Plus, this housing market professional can provide honest, unbiased recommendations about whether a home seller should decline an initial offer on a home.

Many real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market experts are happy to help home sellers in any way they can. If you employ a real estate agent before you list your home, you can reap the benefits of unparalleled guidance at each stage of the home selling journey.

There is no reason to settle for a subpar initial offer on your residence. Instead, consider a first offer closely, and you can make an informed decision about whether to decline or accept it.

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Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 3/8/2018

Buying a home is a complicated process with a lot of opportunities to make costly mistakes. There’s no high school class to prepare you for buying a home but there probably should be. If you’re a first time homebuyer and you came across this article looking for advice, congratulations--you’re already doing the most important thing you can when making a big financial decision: the research.

In this article, we’ll cover some of the most common mistakes that first time homebuyers make when entering the real estate market. We’ll break it down by the three main phases of home-buying: saving for a home, hunting for a home, and signing a mortgage.

Saving for a home

One of the first lessons that all first time homeowners quickly learn is that being able to afford your monthly mortgage payments doesn’t mean you can afford a home. Many first time buyers are often coming from living situations where certain utilities are included (water, heat, electricity, etc.). Aside from those obvious expenses, there are also things like property tax and home insurance to budget for, both of which may increase. Finally, when you’re living in an apartment and your faucet breaks, you simply call the landlord. When you own a home, especially an older home, be prepared to spend on repairs and to start learning basic maintenance skills that will save you money.

The hunt for your first home

Now that you’re aware of the costs, it might be tempting to jump in and start looking at homes. Another common mistake first time homebuyers make is to waste time looking at homes before they’ve met with a real estate agent or have gotten pre-approved for a loan. Start there, then once you know the scope of your home search, you’ll have a much more relaxing hunt for your new home.

Another mistake that first time homebuyers make is to underestimate the time and commitment it takes to find a home. When you work with a real estate agent, make sure you are available at all times. Keep your phone nearby, stick to your schedule for viewing homes, and keep a list of each home you’re considering. Showing initiative and dedication won’t just help you stay organized, it will also show your agent and the home seller that you are worth their time.

Mortgage mistakes

One of the most common mistakes that buyers make when it comes to their mortgage is to fail to shop around for a lender. In fact, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that only half of all buyers considered more than one lender for their home.

Buyers, first time and repeat, often think their credit report is set in stone. What they don’t realize is that the three main credit Bureaus (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) can all make mistakes on your credit. Check your detailed credit reports and fix any errors long before applying for a mortgage to increase your chances of getting a good rate.

If you avoid these common mistakes and continue to do your research along the way, you should be able to save yourself some headaches and some money in the long term.

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Posted by McClintick Real Estate, Inc. on 3/7/2018

573 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054



Beautifully updated and remodeled Ranch. Gorgeous kitchen and bath. Tile flooring in kitchen and baths. Stainless steel appliances in kitchen. Open concept kitchen and living room. Hardwood floors in living room and bedrooms. It may not be the biggest home, but feels plenty big! Lots of extras. Large backyard. Enjoy your privacy. No utilities included. Many amenities within walking distance. 1 year lease. No smoking. Pets considered, but if accepted rent to be $1,425. Tenant responsible for mowing, snow removal and trash pickup. Listing agent is owner. Property available March 15th. Showings start Sunday March 11th.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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