Pamela Bailey
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Posted by Pamela Bailey on 9/28/2018

This Condo in Portsmouth, NH recently sold for $607,500. This style home was sold by Pamela Bailey - RE/MAX On the Move | Insight | Advantage.


659 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Condo

$649,900
Price
$607,500
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
Charming 3 bedroom two full bath second floor condominium located on prestigious Middle Street. Spacious and comfortable, this condo is only minutes from downtown Portsmouth! Both bathrooms have been totally renovated in 2017. Hardwood floors have been added and original floors refinished. Complete interior paint job in 2017. South facing deck off the kitchen provides outside dining. The third floor master suite has vaulted ceilings, skylights, walk in closet and master bath. Private pocket garden with new fence and three deeded parking spaces.






Tags: Portsmouth   Real Estate   Condo   03801  
Categories: Sold Homes  


Posted by Pamela Bailey on 9/26/2018


871 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Condo

$559,900
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
You will absolutely love the community spirit in this beautiful property! Beautiful landscaping surrounds the parking area as you enter the property Secure entrances allow access to those who reside in the building. This hip second floor home has a lot of quality features. Beautiful vaulted ceilings, exposed brick and beams, custom cabinetry, with high end stainless appliances in the kitchen. Sub Zero refrigerator, Wolfe range with stainless exhaust hood, and Miele dishwasher. Stainless back splash and granite counter tops finish this quality kitchen. Bamboo floors and built-ins surrounding the fireplace hearth. Two skylights allow for natural light. Master bedroom suite with beautiful bathroom and walk-in closet. Bathroom has tiled surround, whirlpool tub, shower, double vanity sink and subway tile on the floor. Second bedroom and three-quarter bathroom with washer and dryer. There is an elevator in the building and a beautiful patio with table and chairs and a grill for outdoor space, but if that's not enough, there is a second outdoor space with a fire table and chairs for a nice fun adult evening! One parking space and indoor cats only. Condo fee for this home is $330.26 and includes water, sewer, master insurance, landscaping, plowing and refuse. No showings until Saturday September 1 from 12-3.
Open House
Saturday
September 29 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Categories: Open House  


Posted by Pamela Bailey on 9/26/2018

Anytime that you move it can be both physically and financially draining. Moving with children is no exception to this rule. There are certain things that you can do in order to make the transition easier when you move with kids. Children can feel a special sort of attachment to a place, especially their home. It’s important that you help them make a smooth transition. 


Tell Your Kids About The Move


While it may seem convenient to hide the fact that you’re making a big move from your little ones, it’s not a good idea. Children are pretty intuitive. Sit down and have a conversation with them explaining where you’re going. You can even throw in the why if the move is due to the fact that you need more space or need to be closer to work. It may even be in your best interest to do this over your child’s favorite meal or at their favorite pizza place in town. 


Donate Anything You’re Not Using


This can be a great teachable moment for kids in the moving process. Teach them about giving things to people who are less fortunate than they are by going through their toys and clothes. Show them that you are donating items from your own collection as well. 


Let The Kids Be Involved


Kids can be involved with the move in many ways. Older kids can pack their own belongings in boxes and suitcases. Younger kids may need a bit more help. You can let them decorate the boxes as they are labeled. This will be a help for staying organized throughout the move. 


Emphasize The Cool Things About The New Place


If your new house has some neat features that you know the kids will love, definitely share it with them. Some things to talk about with kids about the new place you’re moving to:


  • New school
  • Great neighborhood park
  • Bigger bedroom
  • Having their own rooms
  • Playroom/ game room
  • Great ice cream stand


Anything that you know will be a highlight for your child in the process of moving can help them to cope with the changes ahead.  



Make Your Move Less Stressful By Staying Organized


It can be easy to snap at kids when you’re stressed out. Keep all of your important documents and papers in one place. Make sure you leave ample time for packing and moving. Hire a moving company if you need to as well. If you’re selling any of your belongings from your old house, make sure that you do so well in advance of the move to avoid any undue last minute stressors. With a bit of planning, moving with kids can go quite smoothly.




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Posted by Pamela Bailey on 9/24/2018


871 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801

Condo

$559,900
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
2
Baths
You will absolutely love the community spirit in this beautiful property! Beautiful landscaping surrounds the parking area as you enter the property Secure entrances allow access to those who reside in the building. This hip second floor home has a lot of quality features. Beautiful vaulted ceilings, exposed brick and beams, custom cabinetry, with high end stainless appliances in the kitchen. Sub Zero refrigerator, Wolfe range with stainless exhaust hood, and Miele dishwasher. Stainless back splash and granite counter tops finish this quality kitchen. Bamboo floors and built-ins surrounding the fireplace hearth. Two skylights allow for natural light. Master bedroom suite with beautiful bathroom and walk-in closet. Bathroom has tiled surround, whirlpool tub, shower, double vanity sink and subway tile on the floor. Second bedroom and three-quarter bathroom with washer and dryer. There is an elevator in the building and a beautiful patio with table and chairs and a grill for outdoor space, but if that's not enough, there is a second outdoor space with a fire table and chairs for a nice fun adult evening! One parking space and indoor cats only. Condo fee for this home is $330.26 and includes water, sewer, master insurance, landscaping, plowing and refuse. No showings until Saturday September 1 from 12-3.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






Tags: Portsmouth   Real Estate   Condo   03801  
Categories: Price Change  


Posted by Pamela Bailey on 9/19/2018

Getting the best price for your residence can be easy, particularly if you allocate the necessary time and resources to become a smart home seller.

What does it take to become a smart home seller? Here are three tips to help you do just that.

1. Analyze the Housing Market Closely

The housing market can be tricky to navigate, especially for a first-time home seller. Fortunately, those who spend some time reviewing the real estate sector closely can identify housing market patterns and trends and plan accordingly.

For example, a home seller should check out the prices of comparable houses in his or her area. This will enable a property seller to understand how his or her home stacks up against the competition.

A home seller also should review the prices of recently sold homes. This will allow a home seller to differentiate between a buyer's market and a seller's market.

2. Take a Look at Your Home – Both Inside and Out

When a homebuyer views your house for the first time, will your residence make a positive first impression? If you're unsure, you may want to conduct a home appraisal as soon as possible.

A home appraisal allows a property inspector to examine your residence both inside and out. That way, you can identify any potential problems with your residence and make home improvements as needed.

There are many quick, simple ways to enhance your property's appearance without breaking your budget too.

For example, mowing the front lawn and trimming the hedges can help you transform an ordinary home exterior into an exceptional one.

Or, if you want to upgrade your house's interior, eliminating clutter usually is a great idea. Removing unwanted items from your house will help you free up space so you can show off the true beauty of your residence's interior.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

No one should be forced to navigate the home selling journey alone. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who can help you seamlessly add your home to the housing market and optimize your residence's value.

A real estate agent will meet with you to understand your home selling goals. Then, he or she will help you map out a home selling journey, one that guarantees you can generate plenty of interest in your residence as soon as it becomes available.

Usually, a real estate agent will help you get your home ready to add to the real estate market. He or she will offer honest, unbiased home improvement recommendations so you can upgrade your residence in no time at all.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will set up home showings, promote your residence to homebuyers and negotiate with property buyers on your behalf. And if you ever have home selling concerns or questions, a real estate agent will be happy to respond to them instantly.

Take the guesswork out of selling your home – use the aforementioned tips, and you can become a smart home seller.




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