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39 ERNEST AVE 208
8 Cross Road
19 Gary Lane
4 Stonewall Way 4 - C
A PRE Home Inspection CAN speed up your selling process
In 85% or more of cases, a home-buyer will have a thorough home inspection performed before closing the sale on their new house. The reasons are obvious: The buyer wants to know if any issues lurk behind walls, in attics, or in the crawlspaces of their new dream home. More and more house-sellers, however, are opting to have their house inspected BEFORE it even goes on the market. Getting a “PRE”-inspection can offer huge advantages to the House-SELLER, and help the house SELL QUICKLY!
Here are 7 reasons why:
- A PRE- inspection can identify any potential problems with the house EARLY. This allows the seller to seek multiple bids to fix the problems, rather than rushing to fix everything just days before a closing. The seller can get a better deal this way, saving REAL MONEY.
- A potential buyer may opt to rely on the seller’s inspection and decline to have it inspected themselves. This can dramatically speed up a closing date.
- Negotiations between buyers and sellers are streamlined with a PRE inspection. There are fewer issues on the table with an inspection “in hand”.
- Buyers have more confidence when looking at a house that has already been inspected. More confidence means MORE OFFERS!
- The report generated by a PRE- inspection can contain many more positive elements than a typical, bland inspection report. In effect, the report becomes an additional marketing tool, highlighting the unique features of the house.
- If there are issues found in a PRE-inspection, the seller can have repair quotes from reliable contractors printed out and ready, even stapling the quotes to the PRE- inspection report. This will mitigate any attempts by buyers to “lowball” excessively based on the condition of the house.
- A home PRE- inspection, completed even before the house is listed, can be a powerful tool in closing the deal!
Kingston is located in Rockingham County, in the southeast corner of New Hampshire. It is bounded on the north by Brentwood, on the northeast by Exeter, on the south by Plaistow, on the east by Kingston, and on the west by Atkinson and Danville. It is about five 5 miles north of Massachusetts.
The town was one home to Dr. Josiah Bartlett, who was one of the first signers of the Declaration of Independence. His home was burned to the ground in 1776, after the “Tories” learned that he had signed the Declaration of Independence. He rebuilt his house, which is still occupied today by his descendants.
Recreational opportunities in Kingston include fishing, boating, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Kingston’s population at the time was 5,862 people. This included 2,122 households and 1,633 families. The average family size was 3.13 and the average household size was 2.76. Kingston is comprised of 19.9 square miles of land and 1.2 square miles of water. The town is mostly drained by the Powwow River, and portion on the northern end is drained by the Little River.
Kingston Real Estate and Homes: In 2000, there were 2,265 homes in Kingston and an average of 115 homes (houses / condos) per square mile. In 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Kingston was comprised of a total of 2,488 homes. This included 1,935 single family houses and 413 multi-unit homes.
Please contact Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group for homes for sale in Kingston, New Hampshire, homes for sale in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, and for all your real estate needs.