Pat Clancey Realty LLC



Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 5/23/2019


39 Lynchville Park Road, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$219,900
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 a 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.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 5/21/2019

Sheen, in the paint world, is the level of gloss or shine in the paint product. The more gloss paint has, the shinier it is and the more washable the surface. So, different sheens work better in some regions of your home. Finding the right shine depends on your project and location.

Types of sheen

  • Flat, also called matte, glosses work best in lower-traffic areas where walls are less likely to gather fingerprints, smudges or scrapes. Matte has almost no shine and works best on bigger walls such as living rooms, master and guest bedrooms, and formal dining rooms. Because it does not reflect as much light, a flat finish may hide minor imperfections and repairs.
  • Ceiling flat is a paint specially designed to paint ceilings. These paints have a flat finish but are more splatter-resistant and work well to hide imperfections in the ceiling. Some ceiling paints also have a temporary colorant (often purple or pink) to help you see any missed areas as you paint the ceiling. As the paint dries, the color disappears, leaving behind a smooth white surface.
  • Eggshell, sometimes called kidsí room paints, have slightly more sheen than flat paints which makes them more washable. Such paint finishes hold up to a bit of scrubbing and work well in childrenís rooms, family rooms, and entryways and other areas where touching walls is more likely.
  • Satin finishes are another step up the sheen ladder. While not as shiny as a semi-gloss or gloss, satin finishes are easy to clean and can be an excellent choice for nearly any room where easy clean up is a necessity.
  • Semi-gloss paints are very durable. Often used in moist areas such as bathrooms, semi-gloss wipes down very quickly with a simple sponge or cloth. Walls painted with semi-gloss paint repel water, so walls above the shower stall, for instance, are less prone to mold or mildew. Semi-gloss paints also work well in laundry rooms where you can just dust off the dryer lint without damaging or marring the paint. Semi-gloss also works well for trim along doors and windows, giving that extra light-reflections combined with easy care.
  • High-gloss paints create an especially reflective surface and work nicely on doors, cabinets, shelving, and any area subject to constant use. It is the easiest sheen to clean, gives a beautiful shine, and when properly prepared and applied, lasts a long time.

If youíre unsure which sheen is best for your paint project, chat with a specialist at your local professional paint store. There, youíll get advice and the proper tools to complete your project and clean up afterward.





Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 5/16/2019


Lot 24-4-4 Pine Hill Road, Hollis, NH 03049

Single-Family

$649,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
NEW CONSTRUCTION - HOLLIS...beautiful home just a short distance from the center of this quintessential New England town...Open first floor, double sided fireplace, 4 bedrooms, relax on your large deck overlooking pastoral setting bounded by stone walls...3 car garage, generous allowances, one year warranty...Excellent location.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Categories: New Homes  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 5/14/2019

A three season room can be a really great investment for your home. This addition really allows for the enjoyment of the great outdoors without exposing you to the elements. Itís an investment that gives a maximum return.  


When you decide to install a three season room, there are a few things that you should consider. First, youíll need to estimate the costs of building the room. How much youíll spend varies based on the finishes that you choose, the materials used, and the area of the country that you live in.


Estimates


When you undertake any kind of home improvement project you should obtain estimates first. This way, youíll have an idea of just how much the project will cost. Contractors will also give you an idea of how they will go about completing the project in order to meet your needs. Itís a good idea to know how much demolition is needed and how long the project will take. This will vary by contractor.


Think Of Using Existing Structures


Using existing structures on your home can really help to cut down the cost of building a three season room. Your current porch or deck area may even have the ability to be enclosed. If the structures are sound, itís a great option. Remember that a three season room needs glass, a sturdy floor, screens and windows to be complete! 


Match The Roof


Youíll want to match the roof of your three season/sunroom with the existing roof of your home. Choose from a variety of styles from simple to the elaborate. Just be sure that the new roofing doesnít stick out too much. You can even add a skylight in the new addition to let more light in. 


The Estimate


You want to be sure that you get an accurate estimate for building your three season room. The contractor should include all of the following areas in the estimate:


  • The foundation
  • The frame
  • Electrical
  • Molding
  • Drywall
  • Skylights
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Screens
  • Fans
  • HVAC hookups


It should be noted that along with building materials, the cost of labor should be included along with the estimate. Carpenters charge a set rate per hour as do electricians and plumbers. Youíll most likely need a few different contractors in order to complete your three season room, so take that into account. 


No matter what part of the country that you live in, you will always be happier if you maximize your enjoyment of the outdoors. Completing a 3 season room can help you and your family to enjoy nature all year round.




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Categories: simple living  


Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 5/7/2019

Selling your house should be a quick, seamless task. Yet the home selling journey varies based on a number of factors, including the condition of a seller's residence and the current state of the housing market. And if you fail to plan ahead for the home selling journey, you may struggle to achieve your desired results.

There are several things that you can do to simplify the house selling journey. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you streamline the home selling process.

1. Craft a Home Selling Strategy

A home selling strategy is pivotal for any property seller, at any time. If you know what it takes to sell your residence, you can take the necessary steps to ensure success at each stage of the house selling journey.

Think about why a buyer may want to purchase your residence and craft your house selling strategy accordingly. Because if you understand the buyer's perspective, you may discover unique ways to help your house stand out from the competition. As a result, you could boost your chances of enjoying a fast, profitable home selling experience.

2. Establish a Competitive Initial Asking Price

The initial asking price for your home can make a world of difference. If you set an initial asking price that is too high, for example, buyers likely will shy away from your home. On the other hand, if your initial asking price is too low, you risk selling yourself short during the property selling journey.

Analyze the prices of available houses that are similar to your own in your city or town. Furthermore, it may be beneficial to look at the prices of recently sold homes in your area. Once you review this housing market data, you'll be better equipped than ever before to establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it Ė navigating the home selling journey on your own may prove to be difficult. As such, a real estate agent is a must-have, particularly for a home seller who is unsure about how to navigate the property selling journey. If you have a real estate agent at your side, you can receive comprehensive assistance at each stage of the home selling cycle.

A real estate agent will help you craft an effective property selling strategy and determine the optimal initial asking price for your residence. He or she also will showcase your residence to prospective buyers, help you review offers to purchase your home and negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf. And if you ever have concerns as you navigate the home selling journey, a real estate agent is available to respond to them.

When it comes to selling a home, it is important to do whatever you can to keep things simple. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can move closer to selling your home and maximizing your house sale earnings.







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