Posted by Sandra Tessier on 10/9/2017


37-1 Clinton Street, Concord, NH 03301

Rental

$2,150
Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
This newly and completely renovated townhouse style lease unit is located on Clinton St. in Concord's south end minutes from Interstate 93 access. You enter this home from a over-sized porch into a foyer area that has a coat closet and half-bath for your guests. On the left is the cable-ready living room with an electric fireplace. On the right is the eat-in kitchen having new appliances, new cabinetry and granite countertops. The laundry, with water, electric, and vent hook-ups, are off the kitchen. Up the grand stairwell to the second floor are two bedrooms with full bath between them. This unit comes with a two-car garage and a double wide paved driveway gives you ample parking. This unit has natural gas-fired heat and hot water. The prospective tenant is financially responsible for electric service, heat, hot water, cable, telephone and the required renter's insurance. The prospective tenant will be subject to credit, reference, and background checks at their expense. The leasing period is for 1 year.
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Posted by Sandra Tessier on 10/9/2017


37-3 Clinton Street, Concord, NH 03301

Rental

$1,950
Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
This newly and completely renovated first-floor lease unit is located on Clinton St. in Concord's south end minutes from Interstate 93 access. You enter this home from a three-season into the eat-in kitchen having new appliances, new cabinetry and granite countertops. This unit has laundry hookups for water, electric, and venting. The living room is cable ready and has an electric fireplace. There are two bedrooms with a full bath between them. This unit has a paved driveway with spaces for two vehicles. This unit has natural gas-fired heat and hot water. The prospective tenant is financially responsible for electric service, heat, hot water, cable, telephone and the required renter's insurance. The prospective tenant will be subject to credit, reference, and background checks at their expense. The lease period is for one year.
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Tags: Real Estate   Rental   Concord   03301  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Sandra Tessier on 10/3/2017

Whether you’ve just bought a home or you’re hoping to spruce up your current house, redecorating can be a great way to make a home feel new and exciting. However, when it comes to the actual decorating and design, many homeowners are at a loss.

Sure, you could hire an interior decorator to help you out, but oftentimes that expense doesn’t fit into the average homeowner’s budget, especially if you just spend thousands closing on a new home.

Fortunately, there are many free sources of inspiration available that will help you identify the right style for your home at the right price for your budget.

In today’s article, we’re going to give you some tips on where to find interior decor inspiration so you can get started on restyling your home.

Grab an app or two

Searching for redecorating tips doesn’t have to be a full-time job. You can browse ideas when you’re on the train to work, relaxing in bed at night, or waiting for an appointment at the doctor’s office just by downloading a few select apps on your phone.

Two of the most common apps for home decorating are Pinterest and Instagram. However, you’ll need to give those apps some information to make sure you’re getting the right images in your feed.

On Pinterest, add “home decor” “interior design” and “home decor ideas” to your interests so that you’ll see those images and articles first in your feed.

For Instagram, you’ll have to follow accounts that post what you’re looking for, then Instagram will recommend similar accounts.

Here are a few common interior design accounts to get started with:

Take an online course

There’s more to interior decorating than just finding some furniture you like, making sure it will fit in your living room, and buying it. Design principles of color, texture, and form all work together to create the full experience of a home’s interior.

While people study for years to develop techniques of design, you can learn the basics relatively quickly. If you’re interested in learning something new and updating the design of your home, you could take an online course in interior design.

Howcast has a great series of free videos called Interior Design Basics that will provide you with a good overview. Then, if you want to continue learning, check out one of SkillShare’s many interior design courses.

Take a trip to the library

When it comes to seeing the best examples of interior decoration or finding detailed information on design techniques, nothing can beat your local library. Most libraries also have subscriptions to common magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, Elle Decor, and HGTV Magazine.

If your library doesn’t have many options, you can often request items for free through their interlibrary loans system. They’ll send you books and magazines from surrounding towns and give you a notification when they’ve arrived.





Posted by Sandra Tessier on 9/26/2017

Even if you’ve only lived at your address for several months, it’s likely that you’ve developed an emotional connection to your home. Despite a few hiccups like a pipe leaking, sink clogging or a kitchen cabinet drawer sticking, you might not be ready to sell your house and move into a new home. Renovating your house might prove a better choice. Consider the following factors before you make a final decision on whether to sell or renovate. Neighborhood – Is the neighborhood where you live starting to decline? Is crime increasing, causing property values to drop? It may be time to start house hunting and move into a better neighborhood. Renovating won’t change your entire neighborhood, so this decision is fairly straightforward. Family Needs – If your family is growing, you may need to move in order to give your children sleeping and entertaining room, especially if your children are getting older and want their own private space. You could also renovate and add one to two bedrooms onto your existing home. Age of House – An aging house often means that wiring, pipes and flooring are experiencing wear and tear. If your home has ever flooded or endured hard weather conditions, renovating may call for a roof replacement, new sidewalks, new floor tiles and painting. As part of your renovations, you may also need to replace utility equipment like your water heater or furnace. Job Situation – Think about why you’re considering moving. The chance to work a job that you’re passionate about or the chance to continue working with your current employer who may be relocating to a different town may make it easy to decide to move. If jobs are drying up where you live, you could open up to new job opportunities if you move. However, the chance to get promoted or take on a higher paying role may only come if you stay where you are. Should this be the case, renovating may be the way to go. Disposable Income – Renovating a house can get pricey, especially if your home requires a lot of structural work. Ask a home inspector to tell you how much and what types of work would improve your house. Count up the cost to have these repairs completed. Factor in any cosmetic work that you’d like done on your home. Be honest in determining whether you have enough disposable income to renovate. Compare the cost to renovate your home against the cost of taking on a new mortgage. Remember when relatives and friends visited after you bought your home, helping you to celebrate this new independent step? It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that you felt proud of your decision, a home choice that you made after weeks, perhaps months, of house hunting. Add in years of memories, children growing up in the house and huge family celebrations and moving might be the last thing that you want to do. On the other hand, moving could prove to be the best choice. Before you make a decision, consider the above factors. Doing so could help you to avoid entering the realm of regret.





Posted by Sandra Tessier on 9/23/2017


9-27-2 Pasture Lane, Bedford, NH 03110

Land

$214,500
Price

BEDFORD HOME SITE 1.6 acre wood lot in Bedfords desirable Butterfields subdivision. Come build your dream home! Quiet neighborhood! Great commuter location! All utilities available at the street. Lot has been surveyed. 4 Bedroom septic system design on file.
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