Peter Beauchemin - LAER Realty Partners/Beauchemin & Assoc.



Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 8/5/2018

The home selling journey can be long and time-consuming, particularly for those who are listing a residence for the first time. Lucky for you, there are many quick, easy ways to avoid the danger of becoming a "typical" home seller, i.e. someone who lacks the skills and know-how to generate plenty of interest in his or her property.

Now, let's take a look at three tips that you can use to become an expert home seller.

1. Review the Current State of the Housing Market

The housing market often fluctuates. As such, a buyer's market today may quickly morph into a seller's market tomorrow.

Ultimately, an expert home seller will allocate the necessary time and resources to learn about the current state of the real estate market. He or she will be able to identify housing market patterns and trends and collect extensive real estate market data to map out the home selling journey accordingly.

To learn about the housing market, take a look at some of the houses that are currently available in your city or town. Evaluating available houses in your area will allow you to find out how your residence stacks up against the competition.

Also, assess the prices of recently sold residences in your region. This may help you differentiate between a buyer's market and a seller's market.

2. Analyze Your House's Interior and Exterior

For a home seller, it is paramount that his or her residence makes a positive first impression on potential homebuyers. And if you enhance your house's interior and exterior, you may be able to boost your chances of a quick, seamless home sale.

A property appraisal usually represents a great starting point for home sellers. This appraisal involves a full evaluation of your house by a property inspector. Then, you'll receive a report that outlines your home's strengths and weaknesses and will help you plan any home improvement projects.

Also, it is important to remember that there are many simple ways to upgrade your home's exterior and interior.

Home exterior improvements like mowing the front lawn and clearing dirt and debris from walkways can make a world of difference in the eyes of homebuyers.

Removing clutter from your home offers multiple benefits as well. De-cluttering allows you to free up space inside your residence as well as get rid of unwanted items.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

There is no need to navigate the home selling process on your own. Fortunately, you can hire a real estate agent to help you remove the guesswork as you proceed along the home selling journey.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to promote your residence to large groups of potential property buyers. In fact, he or she will set up property showings and open houses, offer honest, unbiased home selling suggestions and respond to your home selling queries at any time.

Don't settle for an "average" home selling experience. Instead, use the aforementioned tips, and you can become an expert home seller in no time at all.




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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 8/1/2018


17 Charles Chase Way, Manchester, NH 03104

Condo

$259,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Enjoy carefree living in this North End deluxe detached contemporary condo at The Chase featuring welcoming tiled foyer with coat closet leading to main level with fully applianced eat-in kitchen with disposal, breakfast nook and hardwood floor, light and bright living room with cathedral ceiling and fireplace open to fantastic formal dining room with slider to deck both with hardwood floors, lovely half bathroom for guests with tile floor, spacious master suite with slider to deck, walk-in closet and master bathroom with tile floor, whirlpool tub and separate shower stall and awesome rec room with cathedral ceiling with skylight and slider to deck. The full finished walk out daylight lower level includes fantastic family room with fireplace, great 2nd bedroom with French doors and double closets, full bathroom with tile floor, generously sized 3rd bedroom with walk-in closet and large den with slider to backyard. Plus new furnace and central A/C system, new roof, central vacuum, irrigation, public water and sewer, huge deck and direct entry auto open 2 car garage all situated on beautifully landscaped corner lot in highly sought after pet friendly The Chase condominium development with $500/ month HOA fee that covers all exterior maintenance including landscaping, painting and snow removal to your front door!
Open House
Saturday
August 04 at 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Location: 17 Charles Chase Way, Manchester, NH 03104    Get Directions






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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 7/31/2018


10 Lewis Road, New Boston, NH 03070

Single-Family

$529,900
Price

5
Bedrooms
18
Rooms
3/2
Full/Half Baths
Spectacular Custom Cape with In-Law Apt and over 4500 sq ft of living space featuring 1st floor with 9 ceilings, elegant foyer, gorgeous eat-in kitchen with Cherry cabinets, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, massive island, pantry, pellet stove, hardwood floor, light and bright dining area and French doors to multi-tiered wraparound deck, impressive great room with fieldstone fireplace and vaulted ceiling, formal dining room with hardwood floor, lovely powder room and striking side entryway with coffered ceiling, tile floor, shoe closet and half bath. The 2nd floor features stunning master suite with bamboo floor, luxurious master bathroom with custom tile shower, soaking tub, walk-in closets, vaulted ceiling and balcony, 3 more generously sized bedrooms, large full bath and laundry room with 2 washer/dryer sets included. Plus full finished daylight walk-out basement with awesome In-Law Apt with spacious family room, new beautiful kitchenette with stainless steel appliances, large bedroom and full bath, central vacuum, security system, 2 car garage with organizers, circular driveway and fantastic backyard with playground, pool and new professionally built treehouse all on nicely landscaped 4 acre lot just minutes from the town center in desirable Joe English area.
Open House
Sunday
August 05 at 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Location: 10 Lewis Road, New Boston, NH 03070    Get Directions






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Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 7/29/2018

There are more cleaning supplies on the market than ever before. If you walk down the cleaning section of Target you'll find an array of brooms, scrubbers, and solutions that are all variations on the same simple ideas. Furthermore, these products have begun capitalizing on single-use components like a sweeper with throwaway pads or disposable dusters. All of these expenses add up and before you know it you're spending up to $70 each month just on cleaning supplies. Fortunately, many frugal consumers have noticed this trend and have come up with creative ways to save money on cleaning. In this article, we'll cover some frugal cleaning products and solutions that will save you a ton of money at the checkout line.

Sweeping, dusting, and mopping

Let's face it, the Swiffer is a great invention. It mops, sweeps, and dusts without the mess of a bucket of water. Plus it's lightweight and versatile making it useful for many surfaces around the home. The down side? Having to buy all of those expensive replacement pads. If you're like me, you feel a twinge of guilt whenever you throw out at item that seems wasteful. For me, cleaning supplies are the epitome of wastefulness. So, instead of using the throwaway pads you could do a a few things. First, you could buy a reusable pad online. Some are designed to fit various sweepers. Alternatively, there are some cloths that you can buy at your local dollar store that will fit onto your sweeper just fine. Once one gets dirty, put the next one on and sink wash them all when you're done. The other option is to knit or crochet your own sweeper cover. There are lots of patterns online that will help you get started, plus a hand-made cloth adds more meaning to the mundane work of sweeping the house. For those spots you don't dust with your sweeper-duster (like a TV, or the tops of picture frames), you could always dust with your used dryer sheets that you'd otherwise just toss in the trash. Keep them in a bag in your cabinet so you remember to use them.

Go paperless

Paper towels and napkins are always expensive and seldom on sale. Plus, all that paper usage does a number on the environment. Instead of reaching for a paper towel at dinner, keep a stack of microfiber cloths, handkerchiefs, or hand towels. When this isn't possible, like in the case of a big cookout, use choose-a-size paper towels to get more usage out of a roll. And speaking of choosing a size, the next time you buy sponges or "magic erasers," cut them in half to double the length of time you can use them.

Cleaning solutions

Making your own cleaning solutions has many benefits. First, you get to save money because the supplies tend to be cheap, household items. Second, you get to avoid all of the harsh chemicals that are often added to commercial cleaners, helping your health and the environment. Third, you can make them in bulk and not have to worry about them running out. Recipes for homemade cleaning solutions and air fresheners are abundant online. In general, however, they rely on a few simple ingredients: water, vinegar, baking soda, and some type of citrus like lemons, limes, or oranges.





Posted by Peter Beauchemin on 7/26/2018


82 Holmes Drive, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$274,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
2
Baths
Meticulously Maintained Original Owner Superb Split on the North End featuring absolutely gorgeous totally remodeled kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances including gas range, pot filler faucet, disposal, tile backsplash and flooring, crown molding and breakfast bar open to dining room with new slider to private composite deck with trellis and natural gas BBQ grill connection and terrific 3 season porch, welcoming foyer leading to large living room with brick wood fireplace, bay window, crown molding and wood look laminate flooring, recently updated full bathroom with new flooring and floating vanity with marble counter, marvelous master bedroom, 2 more bedrooms and lower level with fantastic family room with built-in book shelf, entertainment center and desk, gas stove and wood look laminate flooring and 3/4 bathroom with tile floor and laundry hook-ups (washer and dryer included). Plus whole house auto backup generator, central air conditioning, dog door with fenced in dog run, pull down attic, irrigation system with deduct meter, updated mechanicals and roof, energy efficient natural gas heat and hot water, public water and sewer, vinyl siding, replacement windows, new exterior doors, granite steps and mailbox post, oversized recently sealed paved driveway with spot for boat or RV and heated 2 car garage with utility sink, replaced doors and openers all on beautifully landscaped corner lot in desirable neighborhood.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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