What you don’t know can cost you time and money when it comes to selling your house. The best source of information is your real estate agent, and we’ve put together a growing list of helpful resources about the home selling process. When you’re ready, call Kevin Cooper at 603-657-6787 to discuss how we can help sell your house.

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Vacation Home Sales – Is now a good time to sell?

Vacation Home Sales – Is Now A Good Time To Sell? This is the topic that I take on today in this episode of Coop Knows As vaccines are administered and travel resumes, many of us are beginning to plan for those long-awaited vacations we missed out on over the past year. Some households are … Continued

Sellers Market – New Hampshire Housing Market

What It Means To Be in a Sellers’ Market If you’ve given even a casual thought to selling your house in the near future, this is the time to really think seriously about making a move. Here’s why this season is the ultimate sellers’ market and the optimal time to make sure your house is available for buyers who are looking … Continued

Should I Renovate Before Selling My Home

When thinking about selling, homeowners often feel they need to get their house ready with some remodeling to make it more appealing to buyers. However, with so many buyers competing for available homes right now, renovations may not be as vital as they would be in a more normal market. Here are two things to keep in … Continued

Seller Closing Costs In NH

Seller Closing Costs

Seller Closing Costs In NH So you’re thinking about selling your house in New Hampshire, and you want to know what the closing costs are. Well, let’s break down what the seller closing costs are here in New Hampshire. 1.  NH State Transfer Tax First one, the state of New Hampshire transfer tax. Now, the … Continued

Home Buying Process – Appraisal Came In Low

A low appraisal may seem like a major misfortune when you’re buying a home — both for you and for your seller. But low real estate appraisals are more common than you think.  A low appraisal doesn’t always mean a canceled deal. It sometimes means you have to pivot and renegotiate.  Let’s look at the … Continued

NH Housing Market – Perks Of Buying and Selling

Today’s housing market is making a truly impressive turnaround, and it’s also setting up some outstanding opportunities for buyers and sellers. Whether you’re thinking of buying or selling a home this year, there are perks today that are rarely available, and definitely worth looking into. Here are the top two. The Biggest Perk for Buyers: Low Mortgage Rates The … Continued

New Home Construction In Southern NH For Under $450k

Are you looking for a new home construction in Southern NH under $450k, but can’t seem to find anything to fit your budget or style?  If you’re tired of sorting through pages of online listings and not finding the dream home you’re looking for, don’t worry: I’ve got the solution for you!  In this video, … Continued

Connecting To Neighbors Fence

Although installing or connecting to a neighbors fence may seem like the right idea for you, going about it the wrong way may lead to problems among neighbors, particularly if you live where the houses are relatively close to one another. Some homeowners find fences become the final point of contention among disagreeable neighbors or … Continued

Home Renovation TV Shows : Myths vs Reality

Have you ever been flipping through the channels, only to find yourself glued to the couch in an HGTV binge session of home renovation tv shows? We’ve all been there, watching entire seasons of “Love it or List it,” “Million Dollar Listing,” “House Hunters,” “Property Brothers,” and so many more all in one sitting. When you’re … Continued

Should I Wait Until Spring To Sell My Home?

The price of any item (including residential real estate) is determined by the theory of ‘supply and demand.’ If many people are looking to buy an item and the supply of that item is limited, the price of that item increases. The supply of homes for sale dramatically increases every spring, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). As … Continued

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