Kim Daneault
KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan | 603-345-7783 | [email protected]

Posted by Kim Daneault on 3/26/2019

7 Windsor Drive, Amherst, NH 03031



Full/Half Baths
This home sets perfectly on with spacious front and back yards. Enter into a welcoming finished breezeway and another space of a tiled Mudroom/laundry Wood floors flow throughout the entire home and has tiled and updated bathrooms. Spacious kitchen with birch cabinets and includes pendant lighting desk area The front door welcomes you to s large wood burning fireplaced family room. Continuing to the rest of the home brings you to a chair-railed dining room and A beautifully update vaulted ceiling living with wide pine floors. The living room walks out to a new large deck with room enough for entertaining and bbq all while enjoying the grand pool area. Three good sized rooms on second level including a guest room with two closets and 2 linen closets in the light filled hall. A full bathroom with a tiled surround tub and updated vanity. Finally, the lower level has a room for perhaps an office or play area and there is plenty of storage in the unfinished portion. Be in time to enjoy the summer fun in the home that is in a wonderful location of Amherst!
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Categories: New Homes  

Posted by Kim Daneault on 3/24/2019

Many homeowners are unaware that the most common causes of house fires are cooking related. According to data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), cooking fires cause 46% of house fires and 44% of household injuries.

You arenít alone if you think those numbers are shockingly high. However, most of us are never taught cooking safety techniques. In this article, weíre going to give you some tips to protect you and your family from the most common and some lesser known causes of kitchen fires. 

Cooking fire statistics 

Knowing the most common causes of cooking fires is a great way to understand just how dangerous certain types of cooking really are. The NFPA reports that frying is the most dangerous type of cooking. Two-thirds of cooking fires were the result of the ignition of food and cooking materials.

In terms of equipment, the range or cooktop is the most dangerous part of the kitchen, causing over 60% of fires. However, much of the time the cause comes down to leaving your equipment unattended.

Cooking safely

One of the most important things you can do to reduce the risk of house fires is to stay in the kitchen while youíre cooking. Unattended ranges, stovetops, and ovens can be particularly deadly since they can happen as a result of someone dozing off while watching television, or someone forgetting they left a burner on after they go to sleep.

A good way to monitor your cooking is to always use a timer, even if you donít necessarily need one for the cooking that youíre doing. Also, be sure that your smoke detectors are working and that you have a functional fire extinguisher in your home. Make sure your family knows what to do if they encounter a fire.

Before you turn on your burners before frying, make sure there is nothing around your oven that can catch fire. A food container, oven mitts, wooden utensils, paper towels, or curtains could all potentially catch fire if they come in close contact with a burner.

Clothing is also a leading cause of kitchen fires that turn fatal. Make sure sleeves and other pieces of clothing arenít near any burners or open flames.

In case of fire

If you encounter a large cooking fire that is spreading throughout, the best thing to do is to immediately gather your family and get out of the house, avoiding the kitchen entirely. Call 9-1-1 as soon as you are safely outside and donít re-enter the house under any circumstances.

For small grease fires, smother the fire with a lid and turn off the burner immediately.

Understanding cooking fires

Most fire requires oxygen to burn and spread. If there is a small fire in your kitchen, using a soaked towel or a pan lid to smother it will suffice.

However, grease fires work differently. Never put water on a grease fire, this can cause the fire to spread very quickly. Rather, use a lid to put out the fire if it is small enough to get near. You can also throw baking soda, or use a fire extinguisher on a small grease fire.

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Posted by Kim Daneault on 3/22/2019

This Single-Family in Concord, NH recently sold for $285,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Kim Daneault - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY / Metropolitan.

6 Lovage Place, Concord, NH 03303


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Motivated Seller! Owners are willing to entertain any reasonable offer! This gorgeous three bedroom, four bathroom colonial has enough room for everyone! On the main level there is the large updated kitchen with granite counter tops, cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances, a dining room with beautiful hardwood floors, a large living room with an electric fireplace and cathedral ceilings with slider access to the deck and fenced in yard, as well as a half bathroom and laundry hookups! As you go upstairs you are greeted by an updated full bathroom, three spacious bedrooms, one being a master bedroom with two large closets and a master bathroom! In the basement you will find a ton of finished space with in law potential, and a 3/4 bathroom! Sellers are also offering $3,500 towards new carpets or the buyers closing costs! On top of that this beautiful home is on a small cul-de-sac and is less than 10 minutes from Interstate 93 and 393! Priced to sell, come see this beauty today!

Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by Kim Daneault on 3/18/2019

47 Hawk Drive, Bedford, NH 03110



Full/Half Baths
Desirable POWDER HILL location opportunity for a rare and beautiful 5 Bedroom home with IN-LAW APARTMENT. Attractive designed home with wrap around porch, fantastic floorpan complete with an exterior oasis with HEATED GUNITE POOL looking out to beautifully landscaped gardens. The home includes 4 CAR GARAGES- a 2 car attached and ANOTHER 2 car detached with LARGE SPACE ABOVE. Interior BOASTS OF SEVERAL UPDATES in and outside the home and includes built-ins, wood floors, mud room, and RECENTLY FULLY UPDATED KITCHEN! Open concept fire-placed living space uniquely set for entertaining. Additionally, on first level is a large, light filled octagonal living space and this design is replicated for the second floor master suite and includes BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED MASTER BATH . Second floor includes 3 more large bedrooms and a separate LARGE IN-LAW SUITE COMPLETE WITH KITCHENETTE, LIVING AND WALK-IN CLOSET. A lower area for extra game/living and large laundry area completes this large flexible home in a Fantastic location. This is a dream home WITH ENTERTAINING, AND SUMMER FUN.
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Location: 47 Hawk Drive, Bedford, NH 03110    Get Directions

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Posted by Kim Daneault on 3/17/2019

Real estate terminology can be confusing for both new and experienced homeowners alike. Especially when it comes to the various types of loans. If the different types of loans have your head spinning, donít worry. I hear you!

Hereís what you need to know:

Mortgage prequalification is an estimate a lender will give as to what you will qualify for when a more in-depth analysis is made. It doesn't guarantee anything and is to be thought of as a rough ballpark estimate.

Mortgage pre-approval is when a more in-depth review is made. The lender will take your income, debt and other factors into consideration to give you a more conclusive number. This number is the max they will lend out to you. It does not mean you have to take out the full amount.

Adjustable rate mortgage or ARM is a mortgage in which the interest rate changes over time. These changes are dependent on an index based on the credit markets. The change in interest rate should reflect a fairness of risk to both the lender and borrower. These changes are regulated by the government and there is a limit to the charges. The initial lower rate the first few years is a draw for many borrowers.

A fixed-rate mortgage or FRM is, as you might have guessed, one where the interest rate does not change throughout the lifespan of the loan. These loans are seen as risky in that the interest rate doesnít reflect the flux of credit market values. What this means is that sometimes the risk for the lender increases if the market value of the home increases. And the risk increases for the buyer when the market value of the home decreases.

Conventional loans have fixed terms and rates and are not ďgovernment-backedĒ. This simply means they are not guaranteed by the government or insured by a government agency. Examples of these agencies are the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), the Farmers Home Administration(FmHA), and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).

Private mortgage insurance or PMI is a type of insurance for a conventional loan. This loan protects the lender if, for whatever reason, you were to stop making payments. Itís usually a monthly premium tacked onto your mortgage payment. It can also be an upfront cost you only need to pay once. This is a decision that is up to and may be mandatory, by your lender.

Federal housing administration loan or FHA loan can only be obtained from qualifying lenders. These loans are insured by the FHA. This mortgage is designed to assist home buyers who have a low to moderate income and canít afford to put down a large down payment. The down payment can be as low as 3.5% of the home's value for borrowers who qualify.