Video Tour – Single-Family Home – Goffstown, NH 03102 Real Estate – For Sale

This is the one you have been waiting for. Meticulous one owner split level with lots of extras. Large updated kitchen with granite, hardwood floors. Extra family on the main floor with lots of natural light. Living room is equipped with a wood fireplace. Updated bathrooms, master with 3/4 bath. Finished basement with bar for entertaining and extra room for guests or office. Most major system are newer. All this with a wonderful yard and a great location.

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Single-Family – 32 Holly Goffstown, NH 03102 is now new to the market!

This is the one you have been waiting for. Meticulous one owner split level with lots of extras. Large updated kitchen with granite, hardwood floors. Extra family on the main floor with lots of natural light. Living room is equipped with a wood fireplace. Updated bathrooms, master with 3/4 bath. Finished basement with bar for entertaining and extra room for guests or office. Most major system are newer. All this with a wonderful yard and a great location.

This is a Split Entry style home and features 10 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 3/4 bath, 4 bedrooms, 0.23 Acres, and is currently available for $289,900.

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What to Do About Broken Window Seals

At your home inspection you notice the windows look dirty and hazy, they even have water droplets inside the panes. The seals are broken. You immediately think you will need new windows or do you?

What you see is a failed or broken window seal. Window seals usually fail due to age, the typical window seal will last around 10 – 15 years.

Other reasons a window seal may fail are:

  • Pressure changes caused from hot and cold weather
  • Building settlement
  • Movement from opening and closing
  • Objects hitting the window
  • Pressure washing
  • Deteriorating frameworks

If you can’t stand the look of the hazy windows and decide to replace them make sure to find a company that offers a good warranty plan, look for a 10-20 year warranty.

 

A Balanced Market


Is it a seller’s market? A buyer’s market? Depends on the day and which media outlet you happen to be listening to. One thing is sure the market is changing. Here are some ways to know what kind of market it is:

These are the signs of a buyer’s market
High inventory or more than six months of inventory currently on the market.
Sale prices are higher than active listing prices.
Lower closed sale numbers.
Declining median sales prices.
Higher DOM or days on the market.

Here are some signs of a seller’s market
Low inventory or less than six months of inventory currently on the market.
Sale prices are lower than active listing prices.
Higher closed sale numbers.
Increasing median sales prices.
Lower DOM or days on the market.

These are signs of a balanced market
Three to six months of inventory is currently on the market.
Sale prices are similar to active listing prices.
Stable sales numbers.
Flat median sales prices.
Days active on the market are approximately 30 to 45 days.

If you want to know how to figure out the months of inventory there is a simple way to do that.
Take the total number of active listings and the total number of sold or closed transactions on the market last month.
Divide the number of total listings by the number of total sales, which results in the number of months of inventory remaining. Then you can determine what type of market it is.