Posted by Amanda Bruen on 2/18/2019

5G or fifth generation will soon be rolled out in the world, and it is the latest innovation in communication technology. The benefits of 5G are numerous; from faster speeds and lower latency to higher capacity and reliability, it seems the world indeed just got smaller.

In all these, the question you will want to ask is how your home will benefit. Well, the benefits are numerous and hard to overemphasize, below is a list of a few;

  1. Increased productivity. When a network does not depend on old hardware models—like the 5G will not—and disseminates information at high speeds, it can only mean one thing for you— increased productivity. Anyone that can key into the high rate of 5G will significantly benefit from it. 5G will enable start-up businesses that once took a long time to thrive to come up quickly. New home-office ideas will spring up because 5G will provide an environment for them to grow.
  2. Dependable remote working. While working remotely is not new in business, 5G will ensure that it is more reliable. Companies can organize conference calls and without fear of disconnection and anyone can work and deliver to any part of the world seamlessly.
  3. Rural innovation. Rural areas are the most underdeveloped areas in a region and opportunities are limited in such areas. However, with the deployment of 5G, business ideas that were once impossible in rural communities will now be possible.
  4. Flexible office spaces. Businesses must harness the power of 5G. It will help them operate flexible office spaces and live-work arrangements. Deploying CCTV on mobile phones and monitoring activities will be possible in the most accessible ways, and that is only a tip of the iceberg.
  5. Lower cost. Despite the speed and flexibility that 5G will bring to the table, it will be affordable.6. Easier communication. No endeavor is possible without proper interaction with other parties. And 5G will ensure that not only are people able to communicate and do business, but they will also be able to do so seamlessly like never in the past.

5G is coming soon, and new housing developments must key into it. If you’re looking for a neighborhood to run your home-based business, talk to your local service providers about when 5G will arrive in your area.




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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 2/11/2019

First-time homebuyers often gravitate to newly-built homes, and for good reason. In a new build, the buyer often gets to choose finishes, fixtures, and flooring. Newer homes have higher energy-efficiency standards and meet up-to-date codes. Most of all, no one else lived there before you. It’s all virgin territory.

Advantages of new builds
Some new builds offer even more customization, letting the buyer participate in design choices, make minor layout changes, and upgrades to appliances, faucets, backsplashes, and lighting.

Another advantage to a newly built home is that no one else has lived in it. This may be especially important to those with pet allergies or other sensitivities. You already know that no dog or cat dander is hiding in the ducts or illness-triggering spice lurks in the range hood.

Often, new homes come with warranties—ranging as high as ten years— providing protection for expensive appliances such as air-conditioning and heating units, water heaters and spa tubs.

Some disadvantages
With all there is to love in a new build, there are a few disadvantages to consider when making your choice.

  • Ongoing construction: if you’re an early buyer in a new development, expect an impact from dust and noise from other homes under construction. Be aware of debris and hazards on new streets from dropped roofing nails to spilled gravel and traffic slowdowns from construction trucks and trailers delivering building supplies and equipment.
  • Fewer neighbors: in a newly developed neighborhood, you might not have neighbors for a while.
  • Limited services: when a whole area is under development, you may need to drive farther to shop, find fuel, or get to basic services like urgent care facilities.
  • Increased assessments: some communities have extra assessments and taxes on developing neighborhoods to repay the city for water and sewer lines, streets and street lights and other city services.
  • Limited landscaping and greenspace: while under development, common-area landscaping, parks, and playgrounds may need to wait for completion of infrastructure, streets, and other necessities. Many new developments have no mature trees or other advanced greenery, so the “feel” is completely different from a mature neighborhood.
  • Schools and libraries may be farther: until the new development needs its own school, the nearest school may be some distance away.
  • Lifestyle limits: restaurants, nightlife, and cultural events may be more difficult to get to.

Before deciding if a new home works for you, talk to your real estate professional about all your options.





Posted by Amanda Bruen on 2/8/2019

This Single-Family in Derry, NH recently sold for $299,500. This Cape style home was sold by Amanda Bruen - Century 21 North East.


10 Paul Avenue, Derry, NH 03038

Single-Family

$299,500
Price
$299,500
Sale Price

3
Bedrooms
8
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Charming New England expanded Cape COMPLETELY renovated with today's designer style...White kitchen cabinets and Granite counters with beautiful stainless appliances and butcher block island! Redone hardwood floors through out with updated bathrooms. Huge 2 Car garage with new garage doors and openers. Sitting on just under an acre of land with deck overlooking a private backyard makes this property special.






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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 2/5/2019

Your new home is here stop searching! This Adorable updated New Englander with so much charm is ready for new owners. Home consists of updated kitchen quartz counters, plus kitchen island perfect for the family gathering, 1st floor laundry conveniently located off of kitchen next to updated 1/2 bath, gleaming hardwood floors thru out, spacious living room with sliders to screen in porch looking at the manicured park and gazebo, upstairs has 3 very generous bedrooms and full bath. Great size deck to have great summer cookouts with family and friend. Home is situated near major highway, lots of shopping and much more. All showing delayed to Feb 2 Open house 12-2:30

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Posted by Amanda Bruen on 2/4/2019

Selling a house may prove to be problematic, particularly for individuals who fail to allocate time and resources to learn about the real estate market. Lucky for you, we're here to help you navigate the housing sector and ensure you can avoid home selling crises.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you list your residence and maximize its value.

1. Create an Informative House Listing

Think about your house's pros and cons. Then, you can put together an informative home listing that makes it easy for buyers to fall in love with your residence.

Of course, when you craft a home listing, it pays to be honest. If you include pertinent, accurate house information in your listing, you can help buyers determine whether your residence is the right choice.

Don't forget to incorporate high-resolution photos into your house listing too. If you include home listing photos that showcase the size and beauty of your house, many buyers soon could set up showings to view your residence.

2. Conduct a House Appraisal

When it comes to selling your house, it helps to establish an aggressive initial asking price. That way, you can list your house at a price that matches or exceeds buyers' expectations.

Establishing an aggressive initial asking price for your home, however, may prove to be difficult. But if you conduct a house appraisal, you can get a home valuation from a property expert to help you set a fair price for your residence.

In many instances, a homeowner can receive a house appraisal report within a few days. Once you have this report at your disposal, you can review your property valuation and set an aggressive initial asking price for your home.

3. Employ a Real Estate Agent

There is no need to embark on the home selling journey alone. Thankfully, you can hire a real estate agent who is unafraid to be honest with you at each stage of the home selling cycle.

A real estate agent understands exactly what it takes to sell a house, regardless of the present housing market's conditions. As such, he or she will work with you to determine the best way to streamline the home selling journey.

Oftentimes, a real estate agent will learn about you and your home selling goals. He or she then will craft a custom home selling strategy designed to help you achieve the optimal results. Next, a real estate agent will promote your residence to dozens of potential buyers and set up home showings and open house events. And if you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent will help you examine the pros and cons of this proposal and make an informed decision.

Don't let problems get the best of you during the home selling journey. Instead, use the aforementioned tips, and you can reduce the risk of problems that otherwise can prevent you from enjoying a fast, profitable house selling experience.




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