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Posted by The Carroll Realty Group on 8/14/2018

An open house can have a significant impact on the property selling journey. As such, it is important for a property seller to allocate time and resources to prepare for an open house. If a seller plans for an open house, he or she may be able to boost the likelihood of a fast, profitable property selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three things that every seller needs to know about open houses.

1. There is no shortage of open houses held on weekends in cities and towns nationwide.

Many open house events are held throughout the year in cities and towns across the country. These events commonly take place on weekends and enable sellers to showcase their residences to dozens of prospective buyers at the same time.

Ultimately, it is important to find ways to differentiate a home from the competition. If a seller can promote his or her residence to the right groups of potential buyers, this individual may be able to convince buyers to attend one open house over another.

2. An open house gives a seller a great opportunity to make a positive first impression on buyers.

As a seller, it is paramount to embrace the opportunity to connect with buyers. An open house allows a seller to do just that, as it ensures this individual can provide buyers with a stress-free opportunity to view his or her residence.

When it comes to getting ready for an open house, it generally is a good idea to clean both inside and out. Also, a seller should perform home repairs and remove home clutter. Because with a neat, tidy residence, a seller can make it easy for buyers to envision what life may be like if they decide to purchase a particular residence.

3. Every open house provides a seller with a valuable learning experience.

Regardless of how much a seller prepares for an open house, there is no telling how this event will turn out. However, a seller who sets realistic expectations for an open house can plan accordingly.

In the worst-case scenario, no buyers will attend an open house. If this happens, there is no need to worry. In fact, a seller can learn from the experience and use it to find new ways to promote his or her residence to prospective buyers going forward.

For those who need help selling a home, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent. In addition to helping you get your residence ready for an open house, a real estate agent will offer tips and guidance so you can achieve the optimal property selling results. Perhaps best of all, if you ever have concerns or questions during the home selling journey, a real estate agent is ready to address them at any time.

Streamline the home selling process – hire a real estate agent today, and you can receive comprehensive assistance as you navigate each stage of the property selling journey.





Posted by The Carroll Realty Group on 3/14/2018

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Posted by The Carroll Realty Group on 1/12/2018


17 Gary Road, Dunbarton, NH 03046

Single-Family

$188,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
BACK ON THE MARKET due to buyer's financing falling through. This home is located close to Gorham Pond and has gone through an AMAZING TRANSFORMATION! The entire property has has been COMPLETELY REBUILT from the foundation up. Affordable Lake Life !! This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home is sure to please. Maintenance free COMPOSITE DECKING and VINYL RAILINGS lead you to the front door. Once inside, you will appreciate the REAL HARDWOOD FLOORING throughout the home. The brand new kitchen features MAPLE CABINETRY, STAINLESS steel appliances, and under-cabinet lighting. From the dining room, the SLIDING DOOR steps out to the EXPANSIVE DECK, overlooking the backyard. Two GENEROUSLY-SIZED bedrooms offer plenty of natural light. A third room is equipped with washer/dryer hook-ups and can serve as a laundry room/walk-in closet. The full bath features TILE FLOORING AND brushed nickel HIGH END FIXTURES. Stay warm this winter with a top of the line, super efficient, tankless RINNAI furnace/hot water system. The outside has been totally redone as well. BRAND NEW SEPTIC SYSTEM with 1250 gal. tank, new landscaping, and freshly HYDRO-SEEDED front and backyard. Yearly, low fee of $40 for private association includes BOAT LAUNCH, BEACH ACCESS, and playground.
Open House
Sunday
January 14 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 17 Gary Road, Dunbarton, NH 03046    Get Directions






Categories: Open House  


Posted by The Carroll Realty Group on 11/7/2017

 

17 Kimberly Lane, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$339,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
WELCOME HOME to a beautiful GOFFSTOWN neighborhood! This 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH COLONIAL is sited on 1.43 ACRES of well-landscaped property with lovely CURB APPEAL. This home has an expansive EAT-IN kitchen with TILE floors, opening to the SPACIOUS family room with GAS FIREPLACE and VAULTED CEILINGS. This home is flooded with NATURAL LIGHT. HARDWOOD FLOORS in the formal dining room, living room and foyer add an elegant feel. The First floor laundry is super convenient. Retreat upstairs to the MASTER BEDROOM where you will find a WALK-IN closet and your own private 3/4 BATH. Two additional bedrooms and a full bath complete the second floor. WAIT!!......there's more. This home offers a full WALK-UP THIRD FLOOR just waiting for your finishing touches. CENTRAL AIR, a whole-house house humidifier, and 2-YR. OLD FURNACE will keep you comfortable all year long. Need more space? The unfinished lower level affords you the opportunity to expand. The LEVEL, EXPANSIVE backyard has great potential for a future pool. This is THE HOME you have been waiting for! Come view it today!
Open House
Saturday
November 11 at 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 17 Kimberly Lane, Goffstown, NH 03045    Get Directions






Categories: Open House  


Posted by The Carroll Realty Group on 11/7/2017

Open houses are essential for selling your home. They give buyers the opportunity to tour your home and visualize them living there. But an open house can also have a negative affect on buyers if the proper steps aren’t taken in advance. Let’s take a look at the tips below to help ensure a successful open house.  Clean & Organize: It is very important to clean and organize your home before your open house. A clean home gives the buyers an opportunity to see the home for what it is, and not all of your stuff and clutter. While touring your home, it will give the buyers the opportunity to visualize themselves living in the home and how they would set up each room. Clutter makes it difficult to do this as it makes rooms look smaller and covers up the true potential. Remove Personality: It’s best to remove your personality from your home when selling, and especially before an open house. You can always add your things back in after the open house. Things like pictures and picture frames, your children’s drawings on the refrigerator, other personal belongings, and so on. Removing your personality and creating a neutral home will better allow for buyers to visualize themselves living there and making it their own. Photos & Video: Since online research is often the first step one takes in the home buying process, the photos and video of your home will be the first impression that a buyer has. And you want to make that the best first impression possible. Having amazing photos of your home and posting them with your listing and online will likely attract more interest and therefore attracting more buyers to your open house. Photos that are not so great may make even the most amazing home seem drab and not worth the travel to the open house. The photos you place online could make or break a homebuyers interest and desire to see more. Social Media: Utilizing social media is the best way to get the word out about your home being on the market and your upcoming open house. Realtors and agents are already using it, but you should also be taking advantage of it. Sharing or creating posts of your online listing and asking your friends to share will only benefit you. You’d be surprised how many will comment on posts to tag their friends and family. It may bring more buyers and in turn speed up the sale of your home. Follow these tips for the most successful open house possible. It’s important to be mindful of the market and your home when determining what successful means, but what is important is an offer or multiple offers if you’re lucky. So spruce up your home and follow these tips and you should be on your way to placing a sold sign in front of your home in no time.







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