Joey Sweatt - A Notch Above Real Estate LLC



Posted by Joey Sweatt on 6/20/2017


199 Brown Road, Stratford, NH 03590

Single-Family

$325,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1
Baths
Lovingly constructed and maintained home on 64 very secluded acres in North Stratford NH. 2+BR log home was designed and hand crafted by the current, and only owners. Main level features open concept kitchen/dining/living room, master, 4 piece bathroom with soaking tub, and first floor laundry. The second level has another bedroom, family room, and a space ready to be finished off into a screened-in porch or a 3rd bedroom if you wish. The full basement was designed to park your sled or ATV in, and currently functions as a workshop. The exterior of the home features a wrap around farmers porch, 3 bay garage/carport, shed that served as the owner's living quarters while building the home, storage shed, cooking fire pit, pond, and many flower and vegetable gardens. Property gets frequently visited by all of the local wildlife, and with direct snowmobile and ATV trail access right from your doorstep this home is perfect for either year-round living or as a vacation/second home. No worries if the power goes out, this has an automatic whole house Generac 15,000 watt generator. Home comes FULLY furnished right down to the kitchen utensils. The asking price includes a 2004 F250 4x4 plow truck with 8ft Fischer minute mount plow; 1983 John Deere 950 4x4 tractor with loader, backhoe, bushhog, and back blade; 2014 Troybilt lawn tractor, rototiller, push mower, all tools in the workshop, furniture, furnishings, appliances, stoves...the whole shebang! This is a great bug-out property.
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Posted by Joey Sweatt on 6/20/2017


417-35 Gray Road, Columbia, NH 03576

Land

$29,900
Price

Great location to build your new home or camp on this 2.34 acre level lot. Located on a town maintained quiet country road, this is the perfect spot for your new get-a-way. Electricity on site and telephone lines at the street, quiet area, priced below town assessment, Direct ATV trail access and close to the snowmobile trails.
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Posted by Joey Sweatt on 6/18/2017

Selling your home can be scary, particularly for those who are listing a residence for the first time. Fortunately, we're here to help you face your home selling fears so you can overcome them before you add your property to the real estate market.

Now, let's take a look at three common home selling fears, along with some of the ways that you can put these concerns to rest.

1. I won't be able to get the best price for my home.

Getting the best price for a house is the number one concern for most home sellers, and for good reason. Lucky for you, there are several quick, easy ways to ensure you can maximize the value of your residence.

First, check out the housing market and see how your house stacks up against similar residences that are available. This will enable you to collect valuable housing market data that can help you price your house accordingly.

Don't forget to complete a home appraisal too. A property appraiser will allocate the necessary time and resources to analyze your house's interior and exterior. Then, he or she will provide a report that outlines your home's strengths and weaknesses so you can better understand the true value of your residence.

2. My home will stay on the real estate market for years to come.

Let's face it a home seller likely wants his or her residence to sell as soon as it hits the real estate market. Sometimes, a house can linger on the real estate market for an extended period of time. And when this happens, it is easy to question whether a homebuyer will ever submit an offer on a residence.

As a home seller, it is important to ensure your house makes a positive first impression on homebuyers.

Spend some time mowing the front lawn, clearing dirt and debris from walkways and performing assorted home exterior improvements. This will enable you to boost your house's curb appeal instantly.

Also, declutter your home's interior as much as possible. By doing so, you can make it simple for homebuyers to envision what life would be like if they decide to purchase your residence.

3. When the time comes, I won't be able to relocate to a new home.

After you sell your residence, you'll need to move to a new address. The relocation process often can be difficult, especially if you have lived in a particular house for many years.

A real estate agent can help you prepare for the relocation process. This housing market professional understands all aspects of the home selling cycle, and as such, will be happy to offer expert assistance at all times.

Although selling a home may seem challenging, an informed home seller will understand what it takes to get the best results possible. And if you address your home selling fears now, you should have no trouble optimizing the value of your house and accelerating the home selling process.




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Posted by Joey Sweatt on 6/11/2017

 Buying your first house can be scary because, admittedly, there are a lot of things that can go wrong! That's one of the reasons that working with a real estate agent is such a good idea. An experienced agent can guide you through the complicated process of buying a home and help you navigate the potential pitfalls of becoming a new home owner. He or she can also zero in on your priorities and assist you in getting the most for your money. A real estate agent can help you stay on track, find the resources you need, meet closing deadlines, and locate homes that live up to your requirements. In choosing a buyers' agent to assist you in matching your needs (and budget) to the available real estate inventory in your area, three important attributes to look for are experience, knowledge of the real estate market, and negotiating skill.

When it comes to negotiating, the vital truths that many first-time home buyers forget are that "everything's negotiable" (or pretty close to everything) and that the asking price of a property is often not the lowest price a seller is willing to accept. A lot depends, of course, on market conditions and the demand for a particular property, but it pays to have a real estate professional in your corner when making offers. Good agents have a knack for identifying "bargaining chips" that can help you negotiate a lower price, gain concessions from the seller, and potentially save thousands of dollars now and over the term of your mortgage.

One of the biggest things first-time homeowners forget is that "there's more to a house than meets the eye". That insight can be viewed from both a positive and negative perspective.

  • The negative side: Even though a real estate listing may look like the house of your dreams, there could easily be hidden problems like termite infestations, plumbing repair issues, structural problems, hidden mold growth, noisy neighbors, and so on. Except for the potential problem of noisy (or nosy) neighbors, a reputable real estate inspector can help you identify a wide range of structural flaws and other "red flags" before you sign on the dotted line.
  • The positive side: One key thing that many home buyers don't always consider is the future potential of a house or property. With a little imagination, budgeting, and planning, a less-than-perfect house can be developed into exactly what you and your family want and need. Kitchens can be updated, bathrooms can have new vanities and fixtures installed, porches can be screened in, and backyards can have fences built or hedges planted for improved privacy. 
The secret to buying a home that you can grow into and "make your own" is to always look beyond surface appearances and think in terms of "How can we customize this house to make it exactly what we envision?"





Posted by Joey Sweatt on 6/9/2017


809 VT Route 102, Canaan, VT 05903

Single-Family

$90,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
2
Baths
Northeast Kingdom charm at its finest! This 3 bedroom 2 bath home has played host to the same family since 1951. Large eat-in-kitchen with pellet stove in the fireplace, beautiful wood floors in the dining room and living room, gas fireplace insert in the living room, 2 bedrooms split level off the first floor multi purpose room. Upstairs is a large bedroom, family room, walk-in closet and its own bathroom. This space would be perfect for your new private master suite. Outside there is a nice patio on the back of the home, your very own 1 car garage, lots and lots of beautiful flowers, a garden plot that has produced a wonderful bounty for many many years, Monadnock Mountain towers over the farmland behind the home, and the view across the street is of pastures, the Connecticut River Valley, and the Mountains of New Hampshire.
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