Harold (Buddy) Pope | Francestown Real Estate, Amherst Real Estate, Hancock Real Estate


If you’re ready to sell your home, you may wonder if you can do it all on your own or if you need an agent to help you. If you understand what a listing agent can help you to do, you’ll better understand their value. 


Listing Agents Help You To Price Your Home


Pricing your home for sale is one of the most challenging parts of selling. Your listing agent can help you to take some of the pressure off. They will do the market research and help you come to that sweet spot for the price. How much your home goes on the market for matters because if the home is priced too high or too low, it can cause buyer interest to dwindle. If the home isn’t priced right, it can leave buyers wondering if there’s something wrong with the property or if a better deal will be available on the home at a later date. The price of a home is all part of the marketing strategy. 


Advertising Your Home Listing 


Realtors will be responsible for advertising your home listing. Your home for sale will be available across multiple listing services, giving your home the best chance of being seen by the right buyers.    


Coordinating Open Houses And Showings


Hiring a listing agent can save you a lot of time. Your agent will coordinate your open house and advertise it. Their phone will also be the phone that’s ringing when people want to schedule showings for the house. The agent will coordinate convenient times with you but they will handle the overall scheduling and contact with buyers. 


Questions To Ask A Prospective Listing Agent


  • How many homes have you sold in this area?
  • What price range property do you have the most experience with?
  • How long has it typically taken for a home to be sold?
  • What could be improved in my home to help it sell?
  • What is the marketing plan?
  • Who is the team that works with you?
  • Will you be taking photos or can we hire a professional?
  • Will we be using video marketing?


All of these questions can help you to understand whether you’re hiring the right listing agent for the job of selling your home. Listing agents work hard to earn that commission from the sale of your home. They want nothing more than satisfied clients. Your listing agent will also appreciate your recommendation for a job well done. Know that while you can sell your home on your own, there are many benefits to hiring a listing agent.      




1519 New Boston Road, Francestown, NH 03043

Single-Family

$609,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
7
Rooms
2
Baths
This beloved family estate is perfectly poised on a picturesque country road at the Eastern entrance to the 4-season gorgeous Monadnock region of NH. Approx 48 acres consisting of South side PLUS North side of New Boston Rd. Once a dairy farm, once an apple orchard and once a telephone switchboard post, this property is steeped in history. Indeed, Elm Farm is a true gentleman's estate sited on 48 overall acres between two magnificent parcels of prime New England farmland offering rich soils, stunning, protected views and a running stream. Along with the home itself, this offering includes a two-car attached barn, a separate corn barn/artist's studio, a legally rentable cottage to help offset taxes, and could be a multi-generational family estate. Add a 40X80 barn on .0691 acres & @40 acres of conserved land with a 2 acre top of hill building site excluded from the Conservation easement! The grand brick Georgian Colonial & original 1767 Cape is truly an historic landmark and boasts one of the most photographed barns in all of New England. Tall ceilings, elegant stenciling, original moldings, original walk in pantry, HUGE walk in closet, two cedar closets and a working Rumford fireplace all add to the elegant, country feel of the home. Property boasts wide pasture expanse, fields, deep forest and views. Basement has extensive drainage system, very functional systems & support beams. Walkthru video. $609,000 for ALL OF IT. See MLS#4682227 and MLS#4682083 for pricing options.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





LOT 6-64 New Boston Road, Francestown, NH 03043

Land

$235,000
Price

This noteworthy, gorgeous piece of property with views, stream and forested beauty is located on the South side of New Boston road and includes the barn. It has a 2 acre potential exclusion area to the Conservation Easement deed located at the VERY top of the hill for building a home. The barn sits on a .691 acres and is NOT part of the Conservation easement, but conveys. As per the easement deed, 41.61 acres are being conveyed here, and the barn cannot be separated; it must convey with the land in all future transfers and is a deed restriction. At full price, the barn will have a NEW metal roof prior to transfer. The barn could be used as per deed (agricultural uses). In-home business uses may be permitted in keeping with town zoning; eg: farmstand, rentable storage space for antique cars in winter- check first with the town on your intended use! The land is in current use taxation status and will convey as such. The conservation easement deed was developed by the owners in consort with the Francestown Land Trust and the Piscataquog Land Conservancy. Agricultural and Forestry uses are permitted as per the Conservation easement deed. There is highly valued PRIME soil, natural habitat acreage, forestland, important Class B forest soils, and 1500 feet of stream frntg. Road frontage & acreage is approximate and has been taken from survey and town tax bills or from the conservation easement deed. Barn has electricity, used to have water. See MLS#4682083 and MLS# 4683082.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




Proper hydration on moving day is paramount. Because without the proper hydration, your moving day team risks wearing down quickly. Perhaps even worse, moving day team members may feel exhausted as they lift large, heavy items – something that may prove to be disastrous.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways to guarantee that your entire moving day team stays hydrated – here are three tips that you need to know.

1. Pick Up Lots of Beverages

Learn about your moving day team and the drinks they like – you'll be glad you did. If you learn your moving day team's drink preferences, you can pick up beverages that you'll know they'll enjoy on moving day.

When in doubt, it pays to purchase lots of water and sports drinks. These beverages help cleanse the body and will allow your moving team to maintain its energy levels throughout the day.

If possible, you may want to avoid purchasing caffeinated beverages as well. Caffeinated beverages may actually cause an individual to become dehydrated over time. Thus, you may want to provide only a limited amount of caffeinated beverages on moving day.

2. Store Your Drinks in a Cooler That Is Easy to Access

If your refrigerator has already been moved out of your house, there is no need to worry. Purchase a water cooler and lots of ice, and you can provide your moving team with cool, refreshing beverages at any time.

Keep this cooler in a central location and tell your moving team members exactly where they can find it. That way, if a moving team member starts to feel sluggish, he or she can stop, grab a drink and immediately start to revitalize the body.

3. Plan Plenty of Breaks

On moving day, give your moving team plenty of opportunities to stay hydrated. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of dropped items, injuries and other moving day problems.

Schedule at least one break per hour, with the break lasting a minimum of 10 minutes. Also, after a few hours, you may want to provide your moving team with an extended lunch break that gives all team members a chance to stop and grab a bite to eat.

If you need additional assistance planning for moving day, you may want to contact a professional moving company as well. This business hires courteous, professionally training moving specialists who will make it simple for you to take all of your belongings from Point A to Point B.

Lastly, a real estate agent may help you find the best moving companies in your area. This housing market professional can help you buy or sell a residence, as well as put you in touch with the top moving companies in any city or town, at any time.

Ready to transform an ordinary moving day into a successful one? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can guarantee that your entire team can stay hydrated as your moving day progresses.



LOT 6-64 New Boston Road, Francestown, NH 03043

Land

$125,000
Price

This noteworthy, gorgeous piece of property with views, stream and forested beauty is located on the South side of New Boston road and does not include the barn. It has a 2+- acre exception area to the Conservation deed located at the VERY top of the hill for building a home. The barn, which is excluded from the conservation easement deed on the 40.419 acres being conveyed here, can be sold with this listing for a total price of $235,000 and for that price the barn will have a NEW metal roof prior to transfer. The barn sits on a .691 acres and is again is NOT part of the Conservation easement and is NOT being conveyed here for the price stated. The barn could be used for small commercial uses in keeping with town zoning ordinances; eg: farmstand, flea markets, used book, sale of produce, rentable storage space for antique cars or motorcycles in winter- check with the town on your intended use. The land is in current use taxation status and will be conveyed that way. The conservation easement deed was developed by the owners in consort with the Francestown Land Trust and the Piscataquog Land Conservancy. Agricultural and Forestry uses are permitted as per the Conservation easement deed. There is highly valued PRIME soil, natural habitat acreage, forestland, important Class B forest soils, and 1500 feet of stream frontage. Road frontage & acreage is approximate and has been taken from a survey and from town tax bills. Barn has electricity, but no water. See MLS#4682083.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses






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