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Searching for an affordable colonial in Windham with plenty of living space and beautiful details? Well, you've just found it. This garrison colonial is privately set off the road. Dining room has hardwood floors and French doors. Living room features hardwood floors and fireplace. Beautiful kitchen with cherry wood cabinets, tile back splash, pantry, center island and hardwood floors. Breakfast area opens to the deck through sliders. Great room is the focal point of the home. You'll just love the soaring cathedral ceilings, skylights, window-wall style atrium doors, and soaring masonry fireplace. Plus there are gleaming hardwoods and beautiful built-in shelving. Nice first floor bonus room that could function as an office or play-room.One the second floor there is a large upper foyer that leads to the spacious master bedroom suite with private 3/4 bath and large walk-in closet. Two additional, large bedrooms and bath complete the second floor. Huge deck and big level yard.

Listed by Kristie Dinsmore of Coldwell Banker Dinsmore Associates

Dinsmore Associates Affiliates with the Coldwell Banker Network

Dinsmore Associates Realtors Affiliates With The Coldwell Banker Network

Jun 30, 2016, 09:00 ET from Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC

WINDHAM, N.H., June 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC today announced that Dinsmore Associates Realtors has joined the Coldwell Banker® network and will operate as Coldwell Banker Dinsmore serving Windham and southern New Hampshire. The company was founded by Brad Dinsmore in 1978 and has a local team of sales associates with an average of 24 years experience in real estate.

"We are delighted that Brad and his talented team have joined Coldwell Banker. It is an honor to welcome them to the network," said Budge Huskey, president and chief executive officer of Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. "We believe Brad's firm aligns very well with the Coldwell Banker brand, combining a rich history with outstanding core values."  

"Dinsmore Associates has been a recognized real estate leader in Windham for nearly 40 years, and Coldwell Banker was the only brand that met our standards for strength and integrity," said Dinsmore. "We are confident that our association with Coldwell Banker will allow us to better serve our agents and reach consumers through the unmatched resources and marketing power offered by Coldwell Banker."

Windham continues to experience a steady growth in population over the last 10 years with town officials being able to maintain the rural, open character known to this area while welcoming economic development. Dinsmore is encouraged with the recent surge of home listings that have come onto the market within the last 30 days, which could help stabilize pricing — up 8 percent year-over-year.

"The southern New Hampshire area has a lot of advantages that attract buyers who are relocating because of jobs in the greater Boston area. Housing prices in southern New Hampshire are more affordable than northern Massachusetts, and we have no sales or income tax. We are confident that our new affiliation with Coldwell Banker will position us to capture all of the future growth that is anticipated for this area."

About Coldwell Banker Dinsmore
Coldwell Banker Dinsmore is located at 115 Indian Rock Rd, Windham, NH 03087. They can be reached at 603-898-9038.   Visit CBDinsmore.com for more information. Each office is independently owned and operated.

Since 1906, the Coldwell Banker® organization has been a premier provider of full-service residential and commercial real estate brokerage services. Coldwell Banker Real Estate is the oldest national real estate brand and franchisor in the United States, and today has a global network of approximately 3,000 independently owned and operated franchised broker offices in 47 countries and territories with almost 85,000 affiliated sales professionals. The Coldwell Banker brand is known for creating innovative consumer services as recently seen by taking a leadership role in the smart home space, being the first national real estate brand with an iPad app, the first to augment its website www.coldwellbanker.com for smart phones, the first to create an iPhone application with international listings, the first to develop an iPad application (CBx) to easily bring big data into home listing presentations, and the first to fully harness the power of video in real estate listings, news and information through its Coldwell Banker On LocationSM YouTube channel. Coldwell Banker is a leader in niche markets such as resort, new homes and luxury properties through its Coldwell Banker Previews International® marketing program delivering exceptional experiences for all consumers served.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Brad Dinsmore
603-898-9038 ext. 27
brad.dinsmore@cbdinsmore.com  

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It was Cold and Snowy but the Windham Market was Hot in 1st Quarter of 2015

What's going on in the Windham NH real estate market you ask? Well, the activity and trends in the first quarter have been quite the awesome sight for real estate agents and home-sellers alike in Windham. While one quarter, doesn't the whole year make, the implications of some of the numbers are amazing. First, there is either bad news or good news depending on whether you are a buyer or a seller. The number of single family home listings coming onto the market, dropped by 14.10%, during the first quarter of 2015 as compared with the first quarter of 2014. 78 new listings in 2014 compared with 67 in 2015.

However, despite a lower listing count and despite heavy snowfall and cold, closed single family home sales, were actually up. There were 43 closed sales in 2015 as compared to 39 in the first quarter of 2014, an increase of 10.25%. The weather obviously impacted sales in the quarter though, with pending sales in 2014 of 42 compared to 31 in 2015, a drop of over 26.19% during the same period.

Ok, that's all well and good, but what about prices in Windham. What is going on with prices? Hang on, here it is. Drum roll please... the average sales price, of a single family home in Windham NH, during the first quarter of 2015, rose 14.09% compared to the first quarter of 2014. During this period in 2014 the average sales price was $418,649 and in 2015 it was $477,658.  The median sales price increased from $367,000 to $390,001 and increase of 6.26% quarter over quarter. While I'm not an expert on all the subtleties of median and average, there is definitely some price appreciation going on here! The improving market is also reflected the declining number of days on market in Windham. During the first quarter of 2014 of was 135 compared to 112 in the first quarter of 2014.

I can here you thinking, "If you're so smart what's going to happen next." Predicting the future is always a perilous game, however, since the days have gotten longer and warmer, we are seeing a frenzy of activity in the Windham real estate market.  For example, a house we just listed in Windham for just over $300,000 had over 30 showings in the first five days on the market and multiple offers. The first week of April has been just crazy with activity and offers coming in on our listings. At Prudential Dinsmore Associates, we are very good at marketing and pricing strategies, that create the new listing buzz, but we also have to admit that the market is incredibly strong. Much of it is the pent up demand caused from the dreadful winter weather. Yes, I can read your mind, "That's interesting smart guy, but what about your predictions for the rest of 2015." OK, out on a limb I go... based on what we are seeing right now, it appears that 2015 will be a very strong year for real estate in Windham. I know what you're thinking, "Well that's a half-assed prediction, but it will have to do."  

That's all well and good you say, but what about condominiums.  "Is this the year I should sell my condo?" Here is what happened in the first quarter of 2015: There were 8 condos closed in 2014 vs. 7 in 2015, a 12.5% decline. Pending sales were really whacked with the weather as shown in the fact that just 5 condos went under agreement in 2015 and compared to 9 during the same period of 2014. There were 12 new listings during the quarter in 2014 compared to 11 in 2015. Now here is the information you are waiting for; the average sales price of Windham condos in the first quarter of 2015 was $268,039 as compared to $260,526 in 2014, a 2.88% increase, quarter over quarter. Median sold prices were $272,500 in 2015 vs. $262,800 in 2014, a 3.69% rise. At Prudential Dinsmore Associates, we have seen really strong demand for our Windham condominium listings.

Now here's the rub for 2015. Real estate appraisers are likely to be behind the curve on price appreciation in Windham. They are completing valuations, looking in a rear view mirror and they are hemmed in by a slew of new banking regulations that are driving them crazy. I don't envy them right now. Buyers can be willing to pay a certain price that a seller accepts, but appraisers have to sanction the price to the mortgage company or bank. And banks and mortgage companies are being very difficult with appraisals and appraisers.

Despite the great market in Windham, there are some incredibly important things that your realtor® can do to insure that your home arrives on the market with "the great new listing buzz." There are lots of the buyers in the market, but they may just ignore your home if it's not properly prepared for the market with a strategic price, ready to show and our smart marketing initiatives. If you're ready to sell, why not give us a call.

This information is based in whole or in part on data supplied by the Multiple Listing Service of the Granite State South Board of REALTORS, Inc. Neither the board or its M.L.S. guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data maintained by the Board or its M.L.S. may not reflect all activity in the market.

 

Preparing to Sell Your Southern NH Home This Spring? What's the Value of Your House?

Are you're preparing to sell your home in Windham or southern NH this Spring?  There is no more important matter to consider, than establishig a pricing strategy for your home. We are experienced southern NH Realtors that know the Windham market.  What suprises us is how few people take advantage of the free market value reports offered by area real estate agents. Did you know that over 60% of home-sellers list with the first real estate agent they talk with or call. Did you also know that there are real estate agents who "buy the listing" by taking a listing they know is way overpriced. They do this so they can use your listing to procur buyers for other homes. With an investment as large as your home, why wouldn't you ask for more than one opinion of value, just to make sure you have a consensus on the worth of your house? And, why wouldn't you want to hear the marketing proposals of several Realtors. There is many differences in how agents and companies market their home listings and it makes a difference in how fast and at what price your home eventually sells for.

How do Realtors go about establishing a list price on your home?

The correct selling price of a home is the highest price that the market will bear. The market approach is based on the premise that a prudent, informed person will pay no more for a home than it would cost to purchase a comparable substitute. To determine the correct asking price, we have provided you with a comprehensive market analysis of comparable properties that have been recently offered for sale in your community. This analysis is based strictly on homes that can be considered similar to yours, and has been especially prepared for your property.

This market analysis is divided into three categories:

1. Similar properties that are currently listed (the competition).

2. Similar properties that are currently pending.

3. Similar properties that have recently sold.

By carefully studying the comparable property locations, features and terms under which they were offered, we can develop a clear picture of the potential market for your property. By looking at the properties currently listed, we can see exactly what alternatives a serious buyer has to choose from.  We can be certain we are not under pricing the property. By looking at similar properties recently sold, we can see what homeowners have actually received over the last few months.  This is the acid test used by lending institutions to determine how much they will be willing to lend a buyer for your home. By looking a pending property, the most recent sales, we can look for possible pricing trends either upward or downward.

While we naturally want you to receive top market value for your home, we can agree that there’s a point where the pricing would be too high.  By carefully studying the sales record we can determine a price point that will both attract the buyers and get you the maximum possible price in a reasonable amount of time. 

When a new listing comes on the market their is a high level of excitement on the part of potential buyers and real estate agents. This is what's known as the new listing Buzz. If you come on the market at a price that is too high, your listing will not generate the buzz, and will be passed over for listings that do.

Your home will generate the most excitement when it first debuts. For this reason it is very important that your home is priced right and shows great the day you open the door to potential buyers. As the graphic below indicates, the best offers often come when a property is newly listed — if priced to high, it’s difficult to create the momentum necessary to sell your home at the highest price in the least amount of time. .

· It reduces the number of showings.

· Fewer buyers are attracted, and few if any offers received.

· Marketing time is prolonged, and initial marketing momentum is lost.

· It attracts lookers not legitimate buyers.

· It implies that you aren’t motivated to sell.

· It helps the competition look better.

· If the property does sell above true market value, it may not appraise, and the buyers may not be able to secure a loan.

· You may ultimately have to drop your price below market value in order to sell.

Make no mistake, we want you to get the best possible price for your property. However, an asking price that is beyond market range can adversely affect the sale of your property and the price you eventually receive. No amount of advertising, or web-based marketing strategies can overcome a listing price that is just too high.

If your ready to sell your New Hampshire home, why not take advantage of our offer to prepare a market value report on your home?