Pat Clancey Realty LLC

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 7/17/2019

60 Elgin Street, Nashua, NH 03060



Great south Nashua ranch with garage. Kitchen with newer appliances, hardwood flooring and corian counter tops. New carpet in the living room. Fantastic 4-season sun room overlooking well manicured, fenced in backyard. Mostly new windows. Welcome home! Showings start Sunday at open house 12 noon-2pm
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

Categories: Price Change  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 7/16/2019

Let's face it buying a home can be difficult, particularly for those who are exploring the real estate market for the first time.

As a homebuyer, it is your responsibility to learn about the ins and outs of the housing market. By doing so, you can understand what differentiates a high-quality house from a subpar residence and proceed accordingly.

Furthermore, an informed homebuyer will know how to evaluate a home's exterior properly.

What does it take to conduct an in-depth assessment of a house's exterior? Here are three questions that every homebuyer should consider as he or she examines a home's exterior.

1. How do I feel about a home's exterior?

For many homebuyers, finding a house with an awe-inspiring exterior is a top priority. However, it is important to consider how you feel when you see a home's exterior for the first time.

A home's exterior should impress. At the same time, you need to evaluate a house's exterior in conjunction with other home features.

For example, a home may boast a massive kitchen and other dazzling interior features. On the other hand, a home's exterior may leave much to be desired.

Consider the pros and cons of a home's interior and exterior as you determine whether to submit an offer on a house. And if you need extra help along the way, be sure to consult with a real estate agent.

2. Will home exterior repairs be needed in the near future?

Examine a house's driveway, walkways and lawn as you conduct a home exterior evaluation. This will allow you to review the condition of these home exterior areas and determine whether repairs may be needed sooner rather than later.

Home exterior renovations sometimes can be costly and time-intensive. Thus, if you notice home siding that is cracked or other exterior issues, you will want to consider the time and expenses that may be required to fix such problems.

3. How much time will I need to commit to home exterior maintenance projects?

A home may have a beautiful exterior. In order to keep a house's exterior looking great, you'll need to conduct regular maintenance.

Consider what you will need to do to maintain a house's dazzling exterior as you explore all of the options at your disposal.

Will you need to hire a landscaping company to mow the lawn and trim the hedges? Or, are you willing to commit the time and resources necessary to perform assorted home exterior maintenance tasks on your own? These are just a few of the home exterior maintenance questions to consider as you review a property.

Of course, if you need guidance during the homebuying process, real estate agents are available to provide expert assistance.

A real estate agent possesses comprehensive housing market knowledge and can offer real estate insights that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. With a real estate agent at your side, you should have no trouble examining a house both inside and out and making an informed homebuying decision.

Categories: Buying a Home   buying tips  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 7/12/2019

This Single-Family in Milford, NH recently sold for $400,000. This Colonial style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty LLC.

94 Badger Hill Drive, Milford, NH 03055


Sale Price

Don't miss this fabulous new listing in one of Milford's most sought after subdivisions. It is not often that you find a home, at this price point, that is Energy star rated, Green certified and has public water with central ac. From the moment you drive in the subdivision, you can envision taking long walks, riding a bike, pushing a stroller, and walking the dog. Inside, you will love the open concept floor plan, along with all the amenities you can imagine. This fabulous Colonial features an upgrade kitchen with granite, hardwood floors, energy star rated stainless steel appliances and natural light all day long. The large eat kitchen area provides easy access to the deck, and the peninsular island is great for quick meals. If entertaining is your thing, you will love the cathedral family room offering a gas fireplace and ample space for large gatherings. Need a first floor bedroom? The floor plan can accommodate that, along with a 3/4 bath on the first floor. The finished bonus room on the 3rd floor has so many options, from a game room, home office, gym and the list goes on. The master suite features a huge walk in closet. Add a great location, awesome school district, close to everything and your home is complete.

Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 7/10/2019

111 Coburn Avenue, Nashua, NH 03063



Amazing detached home in Coburn Woods! Light and bright. 3 bedrooms, one of which is on the main level plus 2 full baths. Large distinctive fireplace in living room. Cathedral ceilings in Master bedroom and living room. All new wall to wall carpet in every room. Loads of storage space. . Newer washer and dryer and glass top stove. Beautiful and Well-maintained move in ready. Large well landscaped desirable corner lot offers outdoor family gathering spaces. Truly, the most desired location in the development. Showings start Friday 7/12
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

Tags: Real-Estate   Condo   Nashua   03063  
Categories: New Homes  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 7/9/2019

After you complete a home showing, you may face a dilemma. If you like a house following a showing, you may want to set up a follow-up showing or submit an offer to purchase. Or, if you are dissatisfied with the results of a home showing, you may want to continue your house search.

It helps to know what to expect after you attend a house showing. Because if you know what to do following a showing, you may be able to speed up the process of going from homebuyer to homeowner.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you make the best-possible decision about a house following a showing.

1. Assess the Pros and Cons of a House

Performing a comprehensive home analysis is a must after a showing. That way, you can weigh the pros and cons of a residence and decide whether a house is right for you.

Think about how you felt as you walked through each room of a house. If you can envision yourself as the owner of a home, you may want to move sooner rather than later to submit an offer to purchase.

Conversely, if you find a house is in need of major repairs or simply does not suit your lifestyle, you should not hesitate to continue your house search. With a diligent approach to home evaluations, you should have no trouble discovering your dream residence in the foreseeable future.

2. Consider the Next Step in Your Homebuying Journey

When it comes to finding the perfect residence, it helps to plan ahead as much as possible. And if you have a plan in place for what to do after a home showing, you'll be better equipped than ever before to prepare for the worst-case scenarios.

For example, a home seller could accept a rival buyer's offer to purchase before you have time to consider your options following a showing. But if you have a backup plan in place, you can move quickly to continue your homebuying journey, regardless of how a showing pans out.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about the best course of action at a home showing's conclusion, you may want to consult with a real estate agent. This will enable you to gain expert insights into the housing market and make an informed decision about how to proceed with a particular residence.

A real estate agent is happy to teach you about all aspects of the housing market. Following a home showing, a real estate agent can meet with you and help you review all of the options at your disposal. And if you decide to submit an offer to purchase a house, a real estate agent will make it easy to put together a competitive homebuying proposal.

There is no need to worry about what to do after a house showing. Use the aforementioned tips, and you can boost the likelihood of making the best-possible decision following a home showing.

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Categories: Buying a Home   showing