Kim Daneault
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-345-7783 |

Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/14/2018

3 Godbout Drive, Concord, NH 03301



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 granite counters and 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.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

Categories: New Homes  

Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/10/2018

Navigating the home selling journey can be difficult, regardless of whether you're an experienced or first-time property seller. Fortunately, we're here to help you limit the possibility of encountering home selling problems that otherwise may prevent you from achieving your desired results.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you avoid risks during the home selling journey.

1. Learn About the Housing Market

What sets your residence apart from others on the real estate market? Ultimately, if you allocate time and resources to learn about the local real estate sector, you can promote your residence to the right groups of prospective buyers.

Take a look at the prices of homes that are similar to your own and are located in your city or town. With this real estate market information, you can narrow the price range for your residence.

Also, check out the prices of recently sold houses in your area and find out how long these homes were available before they were sold. This real estate market information will enable you to determine whether you're about to enter a buyer's or seller's market.

2. Establish an Aggressive Price for Your House

An aggressive initial home asking price can be a difference-maker during the home selling journey. Because if you have an aggressive asking price in place for your home, you could boost the likelihood of a fast house sale.

Conducting a home appraisal enables you to understand the value of your house based on its age, condition and the current state of the housing market. This appraisal is performed by a property expert, and it may help you establish an aggressive initial home asking price from day one of the home selling journey.

In addition, it may be beneficial to complete a home inspection. If a home inspector analyzes your residence both inside and out, he or she can help you identify potential problems. Then, you can perform various home upgrades to boost the value of your home.

3. Remain Flexible

The home selling journey typically varies from seller to seller. However, if you remain flexible as you proceed along this journey, you may be better equipped than other home sellers to identify and address problems before they escalate.

If you require extra assistance during the home selling journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent as well. This housing market professional can guide you along the home selling journey and take the guesswork out of listing your residence.

A real estate agent will help you add your residence to the housing market, promote your house to potential buyers and set up open house events and home showings. Plus, if you receive an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent will help you review this proposal and make an informed home selling decision.

Avoid problems throughout the home selling journey – use the aforementioned tips, and you can quickly detect and resolve any potential home selling issues.

Categories: Uncategorized  

Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/4/2018

This Single-Family in Hooksett, NH recently sold for $296,200. This Split Entry style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.

60 S Main Street, Hooksett, NH 03106


Sale Price

Cozy, Comfortable, Open concept and well cared for throughout the years. This home welcomes you with light filled open living space and vaulted ceilings with solid wood floors, kitchen island where all the spaces on the first floor look out to the yard waiting to be enjoyed and BBQ on the deck. Lower level off from the 2 car garage leads to a newly added tiled Mudroom, bamboo flooring for the 2nd Master/Living as well as a newly added Bathroom with a radiant heated floor, walk-in shower and vanity. Don't forget this location! Right across the street at Donati Field where you have perfect view of the fireworks of Old Home Day; walk over to enjoy football games; or perhaps just to get a nice walk through the fields. Great location and Great home!

Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/3/2018

Whether you're looking for your first house, a vacation home, or a retirement condo, there's always an element of excitement in finding a new place you can call your own!

Although buying and selling real estate can be stressful, especially if you've never done it before, being prepared and knowing what to expect can help keep things on an even keel.

Similar to planning a vacation or a cross-country trip, you'll want to avoid missed connections, frustrating delays, and wasted time. When it comes to buying a home, a little research, planning, and expert advice can go a long way toward ensuring a smooth journey. Here are a few specifics:

Check your credit score: Your credit rating has a major impact on your ability to successfully apply for a mortgage and be offered a relatively low interest rate. Knowing your credit rating can help you understand your options, avoid unexpected surprises, and take action to correct errors in your credit report or improve your credit profile.

Prepare a wish list: One of the keys to getting what you want in a new home is to clarify and prioritize the features that matter the most to you. Your checklist can include everything from lot size and architectural style to the reputation of the school district and proximity to stores. Some house hunters also place a high value on features like a fireplace, screened-in porch, and an open floor plan.

Find a good real estate agent: A buyers' agent can provide you with an immense amount of help in finding properties for sale that meet your specifications. They can also provide assistance, advice, and guidance on the many steps involved in going from loan applicant to new home owner. An experienced agent can also negotiate the best possible deal, in terms of price, seller concessions, and other advantages.

Meet with mortgage lenders: A crucial step in preparing to become a homeowner is understanding the mortgage application process, knowing how much banks would be willing to lend you, and determining an affordable price range. Meeting with lenders is also the first step to comparing interest rates and choosing a financial institution that would best suit your needs. Here's a helpful tip from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: "Getting a preapproval letter helps you show sellers that you are a serious buyer – but it doesn’t commit you to a lender."

When it comes to searching for and buying a house, probably the best advice anyone could give you is "stay the course!" Let's face it: It's easy to give up, get discouraged, or settle for a home that's less than what you really want. However, when you adopt a "stay the course" mindset, you'll do a better job of staying motivated, focused, and well organized until you find just the right home for you, your family, and your future!

Posted by Kim Daneault on 6/2/2018

This Single-Family in Bedford, NH recently sold for $455,000. This style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.

7 ROCKBOUND Road, Bedford, NH 03110


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
BEDFORDs desirable THREE CORNERS neighborhood! Renovated 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 3,456 sq ft home offers a newly updated eat-in kitchen with granite counters, new stainless appliances and vinylfloor. The interior has been freshly painted throughout, new carpets throughout, a new front door, new front steps, new garage doors and a new maintenance free deck to enjoy the wooded back yard. All bathrooms have been updated with granite counter tops. The sunny & bright family room has a 149 cathedral ceiling and a gas fireplace. A 13 x 19 living room could be used as a playroom or as a bedroom. There are 3 bedrooms on the second floor, with additional 3rd floor office & guest room, plus den/gym in the walk-out basement. Amenities include an irrigation system, whole house generator hookup, on-demand hot water heater and central air. 2-car garage with storage area. Landscaped with brick/granite walkways. Nothing to do but MOVE IN! TOP BEDFORD SCHOOLS, Town amenities, close to Manchester/Boston highways. VISit Today!

Categories: Sold Homes