Pat Clancey Realty

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty on 1/9/2018

Selling a home may prove to be a long, arduous process. However, if you act as a reasonable home seller, you can identify home selling challenges and overcome such problems without delay.

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

1. Learn About the Housing Market

Real estate is complex, particularly for home sellers. Fortunately, many housing market resources are available to help you become a real estate expert.

For example, any home seller can perform an online search to evaluate the housing market in any city or town. Then, a home seller can use this real estate data to analyze the prices of houses that are similar to his or her own and price a residence appropriately.

Home sellers also should look at the prices of recently sold houses in nearby areas. That way, a home seller can find out whether he or she is preparing to enter a seller's or buyer's market and plan accordingly.

2. Try Not to Get Too Emotional

Let's face it Ė any home selling journey likely includes plenty of ups and downs. But a home seller who understands the best- and worst-case home selling scenarios may be better equipped than others to stay calm, cool and collected, even in the most challenging situations.

Although a home seller may expect his or her home to sell quickly, it is important to set realistic expectations before you list a residence. This will enable you to avoid potential pitfalls that otherwise can prevent you from achieving your home selling goals.

For example, a home seller who receives a home appraisal will have a good idea about the true value of his or her house. And if the home seller receives a home offer that falls well below the appraisal amount, he or she won't feel disappointed. Instead, this home seller should have no trouble politely declining or countering the proposal.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

If you're unsure about how to price your home or promote your house to the right groups of homebuyers, it often pays to get expert help. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these housing market professionals can help you make informed home selling decisions.

A real estate agent possesses comprehensive housing market expertise and is happy to share his or her home selling insights with you. This means if you ever have questions about what to include in a home listing, your real estate agent can help you out. Or, if you are uncertain about whether to upgrade your house's interior or exterior, your real estate agent is available to provide honest, unbiased home improvement recommendations.

Becoming a reasonable home seller can make a world of difference in any housing market, at any time. Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can quickly and effortlessly navigate the home selling journey.

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty on 1/5/2018

This Commercial in Hampton, NH recently sold for $69,900. This style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty.

1 Merrill Industrial Drive, Hampton, NH 03842-1981


Sale Price

Fully remodeled and freshly painted 1st floor unit with 1,320 sq/ft of office space, central A/C and natural gas heat, assessed value over $110,000! Open concept with kitchenette, 3/4 bath and 2 private offices with new hardwood floors. 1 mile from Rt 101 and 95! Highly visible and well maintained, this location offers plenty of parking in a picturesque setting. Neighboring businesses include Lion Wise, Max Edge Fitness Training, Galley Hatch Catering, Foss Manufacturing, Adhesive Technologies and more. Each unit has an additional 10'x10' storage area in the attic. Sub-floors are made of solid concrete providing a quiet work environment. Owner will contribute $1,500 for new carpets throughout. Owner is a licensed agent. Condo fee is $1,020 a quarter.

Tags: Real-Estate   Hampton   03842   Commercial  
Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty on 1/2/2018

Buying a house is never a simple decision. Aside from all of the financial aspects of purchasing a home, there are numerous life-related considerations youíll need to think about. So, it comes as little surprise that diving head on into the house hunting process can be stressful and taxing to the home buyer.

With all of the different numbers to keep track of--a down payment, closing costs, credit scores, interest rates, and so on--itís easy to get lost in the finer details of your budget. This can lead to even more stress as you try to navigate your way through getting approved for a mortgage and shopping for the perfect home.

In this article, weíre going to give you some tips on how to maintain your budget and reduce stress throughout the home buying process. That way, when you do finally find the house youíve been waiting for, youíll be able to move forward confidently.

Trust the process

Many first-time home buyers enter the real estate market with little knowledge or experience of how things work. Any newcomer to such a huge and complex industry is bound to be flustered with all of the different options available to them.

However, much of the home buying process is relatively standardized. Real estate agents all make roughly the same commission, lenders use similar algorithms to decide how much of a loan youíll be approved for, and real estate contracts contain legal safeguards and contingencies to ensure that you and the sellerís interests are protected.

When shopping for a mortgage or getting pre-approved, itís a good idea to ask friends, family, or read reviews online to find someone you know you can trust. From there, rely on the experts to lead you through the process.

Have a long-term plan

Much of the stress and anxiety around buying a home comes from the uncertainty of the future. Sitting down with your family and significant other and deciding your long-term goals for homeownership is a good way to build confidence and know that youíre making the right choice.

Determining things like location, the number of years you want to live in a home, and what priorities are the most important (school districts, neighborhood safety, etc.) will help you make that plan a reality.

Use the tools at your disposal

If youíre reading this article, you already have started to take advantage of one of the most important resources you have, the internet. Look up real estate terminology youíre unfamiliar with, read up on the different types of mortgages, and take advantage of free online calculators to create what-if scenarios to find out what you might end up paying in closing costs and interests.

Itís also a good idea to check your credit score for free online. You can check your official reports once per year, but for simple credit checks you can look it up each month for free.

Knowing that youíre in good hands with a lender and agent, that you have a basic understanding of industry terms, that you have a long-term plan, and that your finances are in order will all help set your mind at ease and give you confidence as you move forward toward homeownership.

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty on 12/30/2017

This Condo in Nashua, NH recently sold for $225,000. This End Unit style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty.

13 Walden Pond Drive, Nashua, NH 03064-2877


Sale Price

Are you ready to relax from needing to take care of the yard and snow removal? This beautifully maintained home in a quiet condo community along the confluence of the Nashua and Merrimack Rivers could take those duties off your list of responsibilities leaving you time to do whatever you like with your spare time! Many areas throughout have just been painted to give a fresh, clean look in neutral tones. Even though located in a quiet location, it is convenient to the many shops and restaurants in downtown Nashua. The owner has kept an HSA Home Warranty on the home to make sure things like the electric, plumbing, and appliances are covered should something go wrong needing repairs (transferable to new owner). Enjoy simple meals in the eat-in-kitchen or entertain guests for a special occasion in the formal dining area. The fireplace in the living room is log burning (though never used by the current owner). It is a nice, open floor plan. Look out the big windows or sliding door and catch site of fox, squirrels, possibly the elusive bald eagles, hawks, many varieties of birds, and the list continues. Sound like your next home calling you? Come find out!

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

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty on 12/28/2017

This Single-Family in Hollis, NH recently sold for $347,000. This style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty.

295 Silver Lake Rd. Road, Hollis, NH 03049


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Beautifully fully renovated 4BR/3BA Garrison on 1.8 acres with front-to-back Family Room and Living Room with fireplace. All new high end gourmet kitchen is a chef's dream! All new Bath's. New Hardwood entire 1st floor. New tile in bath's. New carpet upstairs. All freshly painted inside and outside. Lower level is expansive and can easily be finished to provide additional living space. The property is secluded with the house set on a gentle knoll with a large grass back yard and provides easy access to all highways North, South, East and West. Hollis has a charming pastoral environment with annual Strawberry Festival, Art shows and grand farms where you can pick your own apples, strawberries and blueberries, enjoy hay rides and have year round farm supplied produce.

Categories: Sold Homes