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191 Highbridge Road, New Ipswich, NH 03071

Single-Family

$169,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Amazing deal! Come finish off this 1945 3 bedroom cape and make it your own! Sitting on over 11 acres of land, this home needs very little to be move in ready. Newer heating system, plumbing, elec hot water, upgraded 100 amp elec panel and circuit breakers and more. Possible sub-division with town approval. Cash or 203k Rehab loan, possibly conventional.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





39 Waldron Hill Road, Warner, NH 03278

Single-Family

$242,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
This immaculate, professionally-renovated home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 1680 sq ft of generous living space. Some of the beautiful updates include: new light fixtures, neutral paint and some new flooring. Sun soaked partially open first floor layout is great for entertaining with breakfast area connecting the kitchen to the living room. First floor master bedroom and two additional bedrooms and additional full bath located on second floor. Quaint setting in the lovely town of Warner yet still under 30 minutes to Concord. Agent related to Seller.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




This Single-Family in Epsom, NH recently sold for $277,900. This Cape style home was sold by Office New Ipswich - RE/MAX Town Square.


30 Jug City Road, Epsom, NH 03234

Single-Family

$269,900
Price
$277,900
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This well maintained 3 bedroom, 2 bath, center stairway Cape is nestled nicely on a 2+ acre lot in a quiet country location yet is close to major commuter routes. The sellers have constantly striven to enhance this property during their stewardship. Some features that will interest you include, vinyl siding, new windows, a remodeled kitchen, an office/den off the kitchen, and the farmers porch (Trex) that overlooks the beautiful landscaping accented by a granite walkway to the front door that welcomes you home. A nice bonus is the 2-vehicle carport that supplements the homes 1-car garage! Their pride of ownership shines throughout and makes this a turn-key opportunity for you.




This Mobile Home in Greenville, NH recently sold for $20,000. This style home was sold by Office New Ipswich - RE/MAX Town Square.


39 Old Ashby Road, Greenville, NH 03048

Mobile Home

$30,000
Price
$20,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Being sold "as is". This mobile home has lots of potential to make it your own. The 2 add ons, need to be finished to what you would like as office, craft room, or additional guest rooms. It is on a larger lot with a giant yard to garden or entertain.




Ready to purchase your dream home? Before you finalize a home purchase, it may be worthwhile to schedule a home appraisal.

With a home appraisal, a property expert will examine a residence both inside and out. The home appraiser then will offer a property valuation.

In some instances, a home offer may be appraisal-contingent. And if the home appraisal valuation falls below the amount of a buyer's offer, the buyer may request a renegotiated price.

A home appraisal may prove to be an important part of the homebuying process. As such, it is paramount for homebuyers to understand what an appraisal is all about and determine whether to conduct an appraisal.

To better understand home appraisals, let's take a look at three home appraisal facts that every homebuyer needs to consider.

1. An appraiser's valuation is his or her opinion of what a residence is worth.

Typically, a home appraiser will use a broad assortment of housing market data as part of a home assessment. The appraiser also will look closely at a residence as part of the home evaluation process.

Although a home appraisal is based on housing market data and a home assessment, it is essential to note that a home valuation is an appraiser's opinion. Therefore, two home appraisers may examine the same housing market data and the same house and come up with two different home valuations.

2. The homes in a neighborhood may affect the valuation of a residence.

Believe it or not, a home's value may be impacted by those around it. Thus, if you intend to buy a home, it often pays to evaluate the neighborhood to better understand whether a house's value will decline, stay the same or increase over time.

Furthermore, what you spend to improve a house is unlikely to raise a house's value proportionately. And if you spend $20,000 on home improvements, there are no guarantees that these home improvements will add $20,000 to a home's valuation.

3. A home appraisal and a home inspection are two very different things.

A home inspection often is considered a must-have during the homebuying process, and perhaps it is easy to understand why.

During a home inspection, a property expert will ensure there are no structural issues with a home and identify any problem areas. Then, a homebuyer can move forward with a home purchase, rescind a home offer or submit a counter proposal based on a home inspection report.

On the other hand, a home appraisal enables a property expert to evaluate the house in its current state. A home appraiser will compare and contrast a home in relation to others in the area and offer a valuation.

If you need help determining whether to conduct a home appraisal, a real estate agent is happy to assist you. With a real estate agent at your side, you can determine whether to set up a home appraisal prior to finalizing a home purchase.




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