What’s Changed in Marketing Homes in the New Hampshire Seacoast?

What’s Changed in Marketing Homes in the New Hampshire Seacoast? The short answer is, “Plenty!”
If you thought about selling your house earlier in the year before the COVID-19 pandemic hit but held off because you, like most others, had no idea what would happen to the market, it might be time to think “Selling” again.

Here are some reasons why:

  1. Many who once commuted to an office are now working from home. Many of those workers and their employers like this new arrangement and will be looking to make it permanent. Also, those who were unprepared to work from are using makeshift workspaces, and those won’t do for them when what they really need is a dedicated home office.
  2. Many are now in a position to move to a more pleasing location. Working remotely gives the option to do just that.
  3. Many parents are now looking at the homeschooling option for their children for a variety of reasons. Health, safety, more bonding with children, While the dining room table works, having a dedicated school room space in your home is much more desirable. New Hampshire is a very ‘homeschooling‘ friendly state.
  4. People who were unable to check in with their elderly parents are now thinking of multi-generational living arrangements. In 2017 New Hampshire passed a law allowing homeowners to build an “Accessory Dwelling Unit” or ADU for short, in most any zoning districts. Because of that law, you can now build separate living quarters on the same lot as your principal residence in New Hampshire.
How does the idea of riding a bike to work instead of spending time stuck in traffic during a daily commute appeal to you?

For the above reasons and many more, now is an excellent time to think about going forward with your selling plans.

Here are some of the changes we’ve made in our business model to ensure we can market your house safely, effectively, and profitably for you during this strange new time we find ourselves in.

We’ve implemented our “Virtual Home Selling Program” to deal with selling real estate during the COVID pandemic. We can target buyers for your home that are in the market now and looking to buy now.

Here’s how our Virtual Home Selling Program works for you:

Virtual Consultation

We’ll schedule a convenient time to meet with you via Zoom video conference or teleconference to go over our plan to get your home SOLD.

Home Value

We complete an online Competitive Market Analytics (CMA). We’ll research current sales, pending sales, and completed transactions to find the best price for your home.

Virtual Marketing Plan

Our marketing plan begins with professional photos taken by a careful and caring photographer. Your home will be marketed at hundreds of online locations and various social media sites. Buyers will see your home showcased and can tour it virtually.

Careful Showings

We will provide sanitizing products for buyers and agents to use before entering your home. We will limit the number of people who enter your home at any one time.

Experienced Negotiation

Once an offer is received, we’ll put our years of negotiation experience and training at work for you. We’ll continue to monitor your transaction through any due diligence periods and continue to negotiate and advise you during this period.

Safe Closing

Your closing will be conducted safely and securely, with minimum contact with others. If requested, our title company can arrange for you to close at a remote location from their offices.

SOLD!

This is the best part. You now get to tell all your friends and relatives your home is sold, and you’re ready to move to the next adventure in your life.

Ready to get started? Here’s the first step.

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