Richard Dumont | Manchester Real Estate, Hooksett Real Estate, Goffstown Real Estate



78 Paquette Avenue, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$364,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1/2
Full/Half Baths
NORTH END spacious ranch in desirable neighborhood and school district. Very clean and in move-in condition. Convenient and handy entry foyer with tiled floors and closet. Hardwood floors are featured throughout this home. Amenities include a fireplaced LR, dining area with picture window open to applianced kitchen with range, DW, microwave and new ss refrigerator. Formal DR w/large picture window, slider to side porch and rear entry. 3 Large Bedrooms all have double closets. The full bath has an extra built-in shower and the 2 (half baths) are fully updated. The basement includes a 38' Family room, a great area for entertaining. Utilities include a newer FHA/oil system, Central A/C, 2 year old HW tank, new oil tank, 10 year old architectural room. Large new deck to enjoy the landscaping which is exceptional and professional with beautiful white vinyl fencing, a row of arborvitae's, lots of fruit trees and a variety of other trees and shrubs. The owner takes pride in caring for the lawn with the help of the shed to store equipment. There is a 2 car garage and extra parking. This is a must see property!
Open House
Sunday
November 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 78 Paquette Avenue, Manchester, NH 03104    Get Directions





78 Paquette Avenue, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$364,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1/2
Full/Half Baths
NORTH END spacious ranch in desirable neighborhood and school district. Very clean and in move-in condition. Convenient and handy entry foyer with tiled floors and closet. Hardwood floors are featured throughout this home. Amenities include a fireplaced LR, dining area with picture window open to applianced kitchen with range, DW, microwave and new ss refrigerator. Formal DR w/large picture window, slider to side porch and rear entry. 3 Large Bedrooms all have double closets. The full bath has an extra built-in shower and the 2 (half baths) are fully updated. The basement includes a 38' Family room, a great area for entertaining. Utilities include a newer FHA/oil system, Central A/C, 2 year old HW tank, new oil tank, 10 year old architectural room. Large new deck to enjoy the landscaping which is exceptional and professional with beautiful white vinyl fencing, a row of arborvitae's, lots of fruit trees and a variety of other trees and shrubs. The owner takes pride in caring for the lawn with the help of the shed to store equipment. There is a 2 car garage and extra parking. This is a must see property!
Open House
Saturday
November 09 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 78 Paquette Avenue, Manchester, NH 03104    Get Directions




An open house represents a valuable opportunity for a home seller. If a seller plans ahead for an open house, he or she may boost the likelihood of hosting an unforgettable event that showcases the full beauty of a residence. As a result, this seller may receive multiple offers on his or her home as soon as the open house reaches its conclusion.

Believe it or not, preparing for an open house can be easy. Now, let's take a look at three tips to help a home seller get ready for an open house.

1. Perform Extensive Cleaning

A neat, tidy home is ideal, particularly for a home seller who wants to enjoy a fast, profitable home selling experience. Thus, if you allocate the necessary time and resources to clean your residence now, you may be better equipped than ever before to host a successful open house.

To clean your home's interior, you'll want to take a room-by-room approach. Wipe down each room's walls, mop or vacuum the floors and remove any debris.

Moreover, you should spend some time mowing the front lawn, trimming the hedges and performing assorted home exterior maintenance. And if you need extra help along the way, don't hesitate to reach out to a professional landscaping company, either.

2. Declutter As Much As Possible

Clutter can make it tough for a homebuyer to envision what life may be like if he or she buys your residence. Therefore, you'll want to remove as much clutter as possible prior to an open house.

Oftentimes, it helps to rent a storage unit where you can store assorted clutter until you finalize a home sale. A storage unit generally provides a safe and affordable option for home sellers who want to safeguard various belongings over the course of several weeks or months.

On the other hand, it may be beneficial to sell excess items online or host a yard sale. Because if you can sell items that you no longer need, you can declutter your home and earn extra cash at the same time.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

Hosting an open house may prove to be challenging, particularly for those who are trying to work alone. Fortunately, real estate agents are available who can help you take the guesswork out of getting ready for any open house, at any time.

A real estate agent is happy to provide comprehensive support at each stage of the home selling journey. As such, he or she will help you enhance your home and ensure it is open house-ready.

Usually, a real estate agent will offer personalized recommendations to help you prep your residence for an open house. This housing market professional also will promote your open house in the weeks and days leading up to the event. And when the open house ends, a real estate agent can provide honest, unbiased event feedback as well.

Host a successful open house – use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble achieving the best-possible results during an open house.



1034 Hayward Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Single-Family

$239,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
9
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Victorian Colonial with 9 rms. and 4-5 Bedrooms. Formal Living room opens to formal Dining room. Entry foyer has an open staircase. Home has been updated with the original character in mind. Very spacious home for the growing or extended family. Features include, hardwood floors, crown moulding, canvas ceiling, working wood fireplace and natural woodwork. Seller has updated the wiring, FHW/HW, roof, thermopane windows, garage door and porches. Kitchen is rustic with the charm of antiquity. Exterior is recently painted. Above ground pool with fencing.
Open House
Saturday
March 24 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 1034 Hayward Street, Manchester, NH 03103    Get Directions




When you’re searching for a home to buy, you’ll probably attend many different open houses. The open house is meant to help you get a feel for different properties. While you can’t get to know all the ins and outs of a home in a short time, you can get an understanding of some of the best things (and not so great things) about a property. Below, you’ll find some of the biggest warning signs that a property may not be all that it appears to be. 


There’s A Lot Of Odor Masking Elements In Place


When you walk into an open house, you may get the smell of freshly baked cookies or a lovely candle. While these are great marketing techniques, they also can be a tactic to hide things. Perhaps there are some offensive odors in the house from mold, leaks, smoke, or mildew. You may not be prepared to deal with these kinds of problems once you move into a home. 


You Notice Glaring Issues


While the home inspection will reveal many problems that may be invisible to the casual observer, you should still be on the lookout for issues on the surface of the home during the open house. These issues can include cracks in the ceiling or walls, cracks in the floor, or even squeaky floor boards. If you happen to see patchy walls in the home, that could indicate that repairs have been made several times. Be alert for these potential problems.


Does The Home Look Well-Kept?


When you pull up in front of the home is the lawn trim? Does the home appear clean? While everyone would hope that a homeowner would clean up their property before an open house, small and big things like this can indicate a bigger problem. If the home is not cared for on the surface, how many other underlying maintenance issues are there in the home? Neglected regular maintenance can cause larger problems of all kinds in a home.


Strange Cosmetic Fixes


A freshly painted wall could be suspect of a big problem. Under the paint could be mold, cracks, or other issues. Some homeowners do put fresh paint on their walls before selling in order to give the home a neutral feel. However, you should be on the lookout for other signs of problems in the home.          


Channel Your Inner Detective


While you don’t need to dig as deep into a home as a home inspector does, you should be on the lookout as you scan a home for the potential livability for you. Things like glaring cracks in the ceiling, or a strong odor of cigarette smoke could be signs of future problems living in the home. The open house is your time to find a home that fits you and your life, so make the most of the opportunity.  




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