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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/15/2018

455 Washington St, Haverhill, MA 01832



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A great fully rented 5 unit building in Haverhill. Low maitenance. Rubber roof is 10 years old. 4 boilers and 1 is forced hot air. DRIVE BY ONLY. DO NOT GO INTO HOUSE WITHOUT ACCOMPANIED LISTING AGENT.
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Location: 455 Washington St, Haverhill, MA 01832    Get Directions

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/13/2018

This Single-Family in Hampstead, NH recently sold for $365,000. This Split Entry style home was sold by - New Age Real Estate.

71 Woodridge Road, Hampstead, NH 03826-0594

East Hampstead


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Welcome to this wonderful home in East Hampstead, NH! This 8 room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath split level has been owner occupied and impeccably maintained since 1984. This home features 2 fireplaces, a finished lower level, updated windows, newer roof, 2 car garage, central air and a great room addition that must be seen to be appreciated! The master bedroom has a 3/4 bath while the full bath has a whirlpool tub. The 1.27 acre lot is landscaped and has a storage shed and a nice stone patio that would be perfect for a nice fire pit or to barbecue. Septic system was installed in 1989. The septic plan is available at Hampstead Town Hall Assessors Office. Come see this lovely home on Sunday 5/20/2018.

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/13/2018

What happens if you receive an offer on your home that fails to meet your expectations? Ultimately, you may want to decline the offer. But before you do, there are several questions you'll want to consider, including:

1. Is the offer "fair"?

Let's face it one home seller's definition of a "fair" offer may differ from another's. However, an informed home seller will be able to differentiate a "lowball" offer from a strong proposal.

A lowball offer typically fails to account for a home's condition and the current state of the housing market. As such, this proposal may fall far below a home seller's initial asking price.

On the other hand, a strong proposal may meet or surpass a home seller's initial asking price. This offer likely accounts for a home's strengths and weaknesses, along with the needs of a both the homebuyer and home seller.

2. Are there any other offers on the table?

If you receive an offer on your home, you'll probably have one to two days to decide how to proceed. And if you have multiple offers in hand, you likely have a lot to think about in a short period of time.

In some cases, the best offer is not necessarily the highest offer, and for good reason.

For instance, a homebuyer may submit an offer on a home that exceeds a home seller's initial asking price. But if this homebuyer has not been pre-approved for a mortgage, he or she likely will need to obtain financing to proceed with a home purchase.

Conversely, a homebuyer who has been pre-approved for a mortgage knows exactly how much money is at his or her disposal. When this homebuyer submits an offer, he or she may be better equipped than other homebuyers to acquire a residence.

3. Can I afford to be patient?

Consider your timeline as you debate whether to decline an offer.

If you're in no rush to sell your home, you can afford to be patient with offers on your house. Or, if you want to relocate to a new address as soon as possible, you should price your home aggressively from the get-go.

4. If I decline an offer, what will happen next?

After you decline an offer on your home, the homebuyer has the option to submit a new proposal or move on to other houses.

As a home seller, it is important to take an informed approach to home offers. With a real estate agent at your side, you should have no trouble making the best decisions on any proposals.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the housing market and can help you evaluate all offers on your residence. He or she can provide you with honest, unbiased real estate recommendations and ensure you can get the best results during the home selling journey.

Collaborate with a real estate agent you'll be glad you did. A real estate agent will enable you to evaluate home proposals and maximize the value of your house.

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/11/2018

This Condo in Billerica, MA recently sold for $475. This Townhouse style home was sold by - New Age Real Estate.

53 Baldwin Rd., Billerica, MA 01821


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Full/Half Baths
First floor master bedroom highlight this large end unit townhouse that is a 2 minute walk to the Billerica Country Club. In fact there is a separate space in the garage for your golf cart. Open concept Kitchen with a large center island, dining area and family room with a vaulted ceiling and a slider to the deck. Master Bedroom has a master bath with a separate shower, whirlpool tub and a walk in closet. There is a half bath with laundry area on the main level as well. 2nd floor has a loft, 2 bedrooms, another full bath with a steam shower, large bonus room that can easily be finished. Pull down attic for storage. Roof new this year. Located in one of Billerica most desirable townhouse complexes.Plenty of visitor parking. If you don't want to climb any stairs and/or would love to have an 18 hole golf course at your disposal, this is the place for you. First showings at open house. Open house Sunday, May 6th from 10 to 12.

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Posted by New Age Real Estate on 7/6/2018

The homebuying journey is exciting, particularly for an individual who is pursuing a residence for the first time. Ultimately, there are many questions that a buyer should consider before he or she searches for a house for the first time, and these include:

1. What is my "dream" home?

Perhaps the most enjoyable part of the homebuying journey involves defining your dream residence. Because once you define your dream residence, you'll be able to narrow your house search and move closer to purchasing your first home.

Think about what you absolutely require in a new home. For example, if you want to own a house in a region where the weather is hot and humid year-round, you may require a central air conditioning system. Or, if you want to enjoy a fast, easy commute to work, you may want to pursue residences close to your office.

2. How much can I afford to spend on a house?

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage is essential. Because if you have a mortgage in hand when you begin your house search, you may be able to gain a competitive advantage over rival homebuyers.

To obtain a mortgage, you should meet with a variety of banks and credit unions. These financial institutions can teach you everything you need to know about fixed- and adjustable-rate mortgages.

In addition, don't hesitate to get expert insights into assorted mortgage options. The longer you wait to get pre-approved for a mortgage, the longer you may need to wait to kick off your home search. Thus, you risk missing out on a potential dream house if you fail to get your home financing in order.

3. Do I need to hire a real estate agent?

Hiring a real estate agent is a must, especially if you plan to embark on the homebuying journey for the first time. In fact, a real estate agent can help you quickly and effortlessly navigate the housing market and discover your ideal residence in no time at all.

Typically, a real estate agent will offer comprehensive assistance at each stage of the homebuying journey. He or she first will meet with you, learn about your homebuying goals and help you craft a homebuying strategy. A real estate agent then will keep you up to date about houses that match your criteria and set up home showings. And when you find a home that you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you submit a competitive offer and negotiate with a seller's agent on your behalf.

Let's not forget about the advice that a real estate agent will provide, either. A real estate agent is unafraid to be honest with you and will provide feedback throughout the homebuying journey. Also, if you ever have homebuying concerns or questions, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Take the guesswork out of finding and acquiring your first house employ a real estate agent, and you can receive plenty of support as you move along the homebuying journey.

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