Pat Clancey Realty LLC



Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 4/15/2019


39 Lynchville Park Road, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$229,500
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Quaint little L-Shaped Ranch with a great wrap around deck, 2 bedroom - 1 full bath with an open concept kitchen and Corian countertops. Nice level lot for entertaining with private rock feature buffer. All appliances are included and the septic system is brand new in 2018! Home is along the Goffstown Rail Trail so nature, fun (humans and dogs) and exercise is a only a few steps away. There is also a beach a short walk from the home. Super commuter location, very close to Manchester and the turnpike north or south is a short distance down Rt 114.
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Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 4/11/2019

This Condo in Nashua, NH recently sold for $266,000. This Townhouse style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty LLC.


7 westminster Drive, Nashua, NH 03064

Condo

$264,900
Price
$266,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Beautifully maintained townhouse - Living room with gas fireplace and hardwood floors,, dining area with hardwood & sliders leading to deck, fully applianced updated kitchen, lovely NEW wool carpet stairs, second floor and loft, finished lower level with 3/4 bath. MINT!






Tags: Real-Estate   Condo   Nashua   03064  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 4/11/2019

This Single-Family in Nashua, NH recently sold for $732,000. This style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty LLC.


39 Stark Street, Nashua, NH 03064

Single-Family

$732,900
Price
$732,000
Sale Price

4
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
CIRCA 1835 ....Andrew Jackson was President and the National debt was fully paid off for the first and only time. NORTH NASHUA...Farm House - Impeccably restored 2017-2018 Farm House....front to back living room, light and bright with oversized windows and classic fireplace, formal dining room with built-in china hutch, Gourmet kitchen opening to inviting Family room with oversized fireplace, relax on the "blue sky" "L" shaped screened porch...upstairs you'll find four spacious bedrooms with excellent closet space, two beautiful baths - first floor side entrance - mudroom and half bath leading to huge 3 story barn with potential for whatever you may wish for...all nestled on 3/4 +- acre with fenced brick patio overlooking pastoral side yard. IMMACULATE!






Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 4/9/2019

Like most Americans, you probably carry some debt. Reaching your dreams such as saving for a down payment or registering for a class takes longer when you're also paying on money you owe. Paying it off might seem daunting when the only way you know is to either make more money or reduce expenses. There are other ways, though, to tackle debt. Here are three.

The avalanche

When using the avalanche method to pay off debt, organize debt by the highest interest rate to the lowest. Any extra funds you can come up with go toward the debt with the highest interest rate until it is paid off. Then, move to the debt with the next highest interest rate. Take the whole payment amount of the first debt and add it to the payment of the second highest debt, paying it much more quickly. As each debt is paid, move to the next highest interest rate until all debt is paid. Proponents of this method believe your debt is paid off faster with the least amount of interest paid.

The Snowball

This popular method to pay off debt focuses on paying off the smallest debts first, then taking that payment and adding it to the payment for the next lowest debt. As you pay each debt, add that payment amount to the next smallest debt's payment. Each time you pay off one debt, the amount you can throw at the subsequent debt increases in the same way a snowball rolling down a hill gets bigger and bigger. Eventually, you can apply the final amount to your last debt and pay it off more quickly. Champions of this method believe paying off smaller debts first provides a psychological boost, encouraging you to stay on track. 

The snowflake

Both the avalanche method and the snowball method rely on your coming up with some extra cash in your monthly budget to throw at the first debt. But what if your budget is so tight that you can't add a regular amount to your monthly outgo? The snowflake method is different. Always pay minimums on all your debts, but whenever you have random cash, apply the extra to the smallest bill. So, if you sell something online or if a friend pays you back for dinner from a month ago, apply that extra to your smallest debt. Use birthday money, the five dollars you found in a coat pocket, or your tax refund to pay toward debt. Even though you’re not adding a regular amount to your debt payment, you can still reduce the balance and pay off your debt more quickly than by just making payments.

Reach your dreams

Once you’ve paid off your debt, continue to pay the final payment amount into a savings account toward a down payment or some other goal.





Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 4/5/2019

This Single-Family in Nashua, NH recently sold for $295,000. This style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty LLC.


21 Sagamore Road, Nashua, NH 03062

Single-Family

$300,000
Price
$295,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1
Baths
A little landscaping and cosmetic work will significantly increase the value of this 3 Bedroom Split Entry in this desirable South Nashua neighborhood convenient to commuters. Recently appraised at $315,000 this one owner home features a large Great Room addition with hardwood floors, built ins, brick hearth and wood stove which leads to the rear patio and an inviting 32 x 16 In-ground Pool. The sun shines through on the open Living/ Dining area with hardwood floors. It has all the basics plus fireplace, central air, storage shed and garage all adding to the value.






Categories: Sold Homes  




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