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Planning on Selling? Your homes conditions is #1

What a cold winter we have had so far!  Many " under forty's"   have never experienced these cold conditions before.  The local  real estate market  seems to ride along, unfazed by the New Hampshire weather.  Some feel that winter is not the best time to sell their home.  The biggest indicator is the 700 plus homes taken off the market on January 1.  But homes do sell in the winter!  I personally bought a waterfront home on January 2, and I could not even see the waterfront.  But I knew it was there.

The optimist looks for opportunities and this a a great time to keep your home on the market or list TODAY with an organization like Four Season's Sotheby's International Realty.   Sotheby's  will market your home locally and globally to your target audience.   There are plenty of Buyers who are shut -in, with nothing to do but search the web looking for properties.  Let's introduce them to yours.  When you show them beautiful quality pictures and describe the experience they are craving they will become very interested.  Remember Field of Dreams " If you build it they will come".

If your home has not sold,  or you are thinking of listing your home soon,  my best advice to you would be to examine the condition of your home.  The recent waive of Buyers have shown us that condition counts.  Buyers do not want to fix your  home.   Buyers are looking for a new experience, that matches their dreams, and they want to experience the dream the minute they walk through the door

When listing your home we will walk through the home with you.  We will suggest some staging ideas and give you a checklist of home improvements that will help speed along the sale.  Buying or selling call me today at 603-566-6608. For additional information on listing your home call  1-888-737-5550 or e-mail at or visit our website to view  lake homes in New Hampshire at or

Contact us today to see if this home is still available??

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