Steven Sawyer (Central NH) - Exit Realty Group



Posted by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) on 11/16/2018

This Single-Family in Loudon, NH recently sold for $235,000. This style home was sold by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) - Exit Realty Group.


7232 Oak Hill Road, Loudon, NH 03307

Single-Family

$239,900
Price
$235,000
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Great private location in low taxes Loudon, minutes to I93 for commuting south or north. Beautifully maintained home, 4 rooms on the first level and two in the walkout lower level. Large side deck, screen house, couple of out buildings. A must see.






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Posted by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) on 11/15/2018


613 High Street, Candia, NH 03034

Single-Family

$319,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Looking for a home for your horses, goats and chickens? This cape style property features a 40X30 8 stall Horse Barn with utilities and water, there's an acre+- fenced in pasture, a covered structure for your yard equipment. Fenced in area off the detached garage. The home features 6 rooms, 3 bed rooms and two baths. The 1st level has a kitchen, dining room, living room, a laundry room, full bath, bedroom. Second floor there is a 3/4 bath and two bedrooms. Homes ready for you to move in and personalize the interior. Country setting and a great location, close to Hooksett and Rte 101.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) on 11/11/2018

The number of American employees who work from home, at least part of the time, is increasing year after year. Some 38% of Americans say they’re currently able to work from home at least one day a week, and that number is set to continue increasing.

Working from home can pose a few problems, however. Notably, trying to find a place within your home where you can sit down in peace and get to work.

In today’s article, we’re going to talk about home office design. So, whether you’re working from home full-time, part-time, or just want a quiet place to go over the bills in the evening, so can ensure you have the best possible environment to be productive in.

The balance between focused and comfortable

Ideally, a home office is a place that is well-lit, distraction-free, and minimal in decor. However, each of us has our own process when it comes to being productive.

So, when planning your office, it’s important to choose a style that will help you work but will also make you want to spend time in the room.

Lighting conditions

Another trait of a home office that is largely dependent on your work-preferences is the lighting quality. This covers anything from the lights you use to the windows, curtains, and even the color of your walls.

If you’re the type of person who could easily fall asleep in a dimly-lit room, it’s probably a good idea to choose a bright paint color and ample lighting. This is especially true for people who find themselves spending long hours in the evening.

Decorating your office

Now that you’ve determined what type of home office you need, let’s think about how you’re going to furnish it.

The key here is to minimize distractions. A television is probably a bad idea. But, quiet music playing on your laptop or headphones could help you focus.

In terms of decorations, a good design principle to go by is that you should decorate with a few large items rather than several small items. This will help you prevent the room from feeling cluttered.

Set yourself up for organizational success

When you envision an office, you probably picture file organizers, paper clip holders, notepads, and countless other office-related tool and accessories.

However, if you tend to do most of your work on your computer, odds are those things will just get in your way.

Instead of filling up your cart at Staples, think about the type of work you’ll be doing in your home office and purchase only what you need. This will help you stay organized and help you from losing documents and losing time trying to find those documents.

With these tips in mind, you’re ready to start creating your home office haven of productivity. Be sure to check out my other posts for more tips and advice.






Posted by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) on 11/4/2018

Selling a house may prove to be a high-pressure situation, particularly for an individual who is listing a residence for the first time. However, if you share your home selling plans with family members, friends and other loved ones, you may be able to receive additional support throughout the home selling journey.

Ultimately, there are many reasons to inform your loved ones about your plans to sell your house, and these reasons include:

1. You can respond to any concerns or questions before you finalize your home selling decision.

Loved ones have your best interests in mind, and as such, they probably are unafraid to tell you exactly what they think and how they feel. Therefore, it may be beneficial to tell your loved ones about your intention to sell your house, as you'll be able to receive unbiased feedback about your decision.

Although loved ones might not always agree with your decision to sell your home, it is paramount to open the lines of communication with them. And if you tell loved ones about your plans to sell your house, you can clear the air with them before you list your residence.

2. You may be able to gain extensive home selling insights.

In many instances, loved ones may have sold a house in the past, and you may be able to learn from their prior home selling experiences.

Loved ones may provide you with home selling insights that you might be unable to obtain elsewhere too. Then, you can use these insights to increase the likelihood of a successful home selling experience.

3. You can take the first step to promote your house to potential buyers.

Loved ones can help spread the word about your house to dozens of potential buyers. Thus, if you give loved ones advanced notice about your home selling plans, you may be better equipped than ever before to stir up significant interest in your house.

Of course, once your house is listed, it usually is a good idea to share your home listing with loved ones as well. Loved ones then can share your home listing with co-workers, friends and others, thereby improving your chances of a fast, profitable home sale.

As you get ready to list your residence, you also may want to seek out a real estate agent. Because if you employ a real estate agent, you can get the expert help you need to accomplish your home selling goals.

A real estate agent understands the ins and outs of the housing market and will help you put together a successful home selling strategy. This housing market professional can help you showcase your residence to interested buyers. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent is happy to respond to any of your home selling concerns or queries throughout the home selling journey.

Want to achieve the optimal results when you list your house? Collaborate with your loved ones – and a real estate agent – and you should have no trouble getting the best price for your residence.





Posted by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) on 10/29/2018

This Single-Family in Gilmanton, NH recently sold for $219,000. This Cape style home was sold by Steven Sawyer (Central NH) - Exit Realty Group.


49 Nighthawk Hollow Drive, Gilmanton, NH 03837

Gilmanton Iron Works

Single-Family

$219,000
Price
$219,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
Privacy abounds in this quaint Cape with frontage on Nighthawk Hollow Brook. House affords its new owner a remodeled kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances, remodeled 1st level bath with granite vanity and laundry, new tile flooring, new stone hearth with wood stove in the living room, sliders leading to a wrap-around deck and 2nd level master bedroom with 3/4 bath and sitting area. Outside, property offers a 2 stall barn with garage area, finished side room and finished second level all situated on private 3.2 acre lot with with grazing area and partially fenced training paddock space for horses or other farm animals.






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