Kim Daneault
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-345-7783 | kim-d@kw.com


Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/20/2018


261 Blodget Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Multi-Family

$269,900
Price

2
Total Units
2 Family in a great location in Manchester. With 2 large covered decks, detached garage and parking spaces. Has several areas of updating that has already been done. Wood floors, updated kitchens, fresh paint, heating system and more. Opportunity to live in and rent other unit or a good income for the two units. A walkup attic for extra space as well as a large basement area of laundry and storage as well. Open concept units and lots of light complete this 2 family ready for the next owners!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/20/2018


3 Godbout Drive, Concord, NH 03301

Single-Family

$384,900
Price

4
Bedrooms
10
Rooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
Spacious and sun filled colonial home with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and over 3000 square feet of living space. Oversized 30 x 20 Deck leading to wooded and landscaped yard with an area to convert to a winter hockey area! From the back yard an Exterior entrance to the attached Work Shop of over 160 sq ft with built-ins and double door for larger equipment entrance and walk-up floored attic space for storage. Beautiful gardens areas of perennials and evergreens all around the home. Step into a freshly painted and updated home- Open concept first floor with attached vaulted ceiling family room, beautiful large mudroom with built-ins, kitchen with large island. Three large upstairs bedrooms with laundry room off the master bedroom suite. Finished basement has a large bedroom with full egress window and another light filled window, bath with granite counter, large family space with lots of built-ins, closet space and exercise area as well as a bonus room. A beautifully maintained, and loved home ready to go for the next buyer wanting a neighborhood with close proximity to shopping and great commuting location. Washer & Dryer not included.
Open House
Saturday
June 23 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/17/2018

Buying your first home is a big endeavor, both financially and personally. Homeownership means taking on new responsibilities and bills, but it also means true financial independence.

If you’re hoping to buy a home in the near future, you might be wondering what you should be doing now to put yourself in the best position when it comes time to buy a home. Well, you’re in luck. Today’s post is a simplified list of all of the things you can be doing today to start making your way toward your ultimate goal of homeownership.

1. Pay off small debts

The first thing you’ll want to do to start saving for a down payment is to make sure you’re not pouring money down the drain to credit card companies for interest rates. If you owe small amounts of money (or less than $1,000), now is the time to aggressively pay down those debts.

The goal here is to get your credit cards to a place where you pay off your balance in full each month, avoiding interest while still earning rewards and building credit.

2. Speaking of credit…

One of the most important aspects of buying a home is your credit score. Take the time to learn about the 5 main things that contribute to your credit score and then work on ways to improve your score in those areas.

3. Don’t open any new accounts if you can help it

Once you start getting closer to applying for a mortgage, you won’t want any new inquiries on your account that are temporarily lowering your score. If you need to open a new account to lift your score, then do so well in advance of applying for a mortgage.

4. Get serious about saving for a down payment

There are a few ways to proactively save for your down payment; none of them include setting money aside when you feel like it. Start by opening a dedicated account and direct-depositing a portion of your pay into that account each week.

If you have an emergency fund in place, you might be in a position to use a CD or certificate of deposit. These give the highest earnings from interest out of any form of savings. The catch? You can’t withdraw from the account until you reach your savings goal without a penalty. If you know you won’t need to dip into these funds before they’ve matured, a CD is an excellent way to save.

5. Find out how much house you can afford

Homes are expensive. but, if it’s your first home, you might need to borrow the maximum amount form the bank to find a house that you’ll love. To find out what is a reasonable amount to spend on a home, you’ll need to consider your monthly mortgage, bills, taxes, insurance, and any other expenses. Leave yourself room for savings, emergencies, and to live a little. You won’t be able to enjoy your home much if you have to spend your days struggling to afford it.

6. Career planning is vital

A good career is a balance between stability and upward mobility. Don’t be afraid to be on the lookout for new positions with higher pay and better opportunities, even if you’re happy with your current job.

If you’ve been in your position for a while, consider asking for a raise. Research salaries for other people in your position and go to your boss equipped with data to show that show you deserve a raise.




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Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/15/2018


48 Tarbell Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$193,000
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Lovely Home in a fantastic location has been all updated and has added partially finished basement space! All updated including: glistening wood floors, tile, siding, roof, paint, beautiful maple and corian kitchen, faucets, bathroom, and more. 4 Seasoned porch and large room in basement add that extra space. Storage in basement as well as space above in detached garage. Laundry area in the basement too. The peaceful and spacious yard offers a ready for your touches organic garden; perennials, delicious fruit tree, bulbs and room for entertaining; all set looking onto a green open space beyond (no home behind). Walk to the Stevens Pond Park or walk along the edge of the Derryfield Country Club Golfing. Great location on a dead end street, yet minutes to major freeways.
Open House
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Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/15/2018

This Single-Family in Goffstown, NH recently sold for $117,500. This style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.


62 Center Street, Goffstown, NH 03045

Single-Family

$143,000
Price
$117,500
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
4
Rooms
1
Baths
Grasmere Village in Goffstown now available a Flippers Delight of a home- perfect for a 203 rehab loan! Over 2000 sq ft of home includes a 4 bedroom septic/leachfield put in 2004 and used only by 1 person through all the years. Roof is 10 years old, Mostly all newer windows. Hot water off propane tank. Set up and plumbed to use the propane for stove and dryer. Home has a 3 seasoned porch, wide pine floors, potential first floor bedroom with a closet in place now. Breezeway to another side entrance to a workshop, then onto a 2 car garage and an additional bay for toys/riding mower. Walk up to above garage for some more great space. Main house has nice foyer entrance and wooded stairs to second floor bedrooms with wide pine floors, closets and large full bath. Walk-up attic as well. And the back yard is a large area as most of the .7 acres. Great opportunity!






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