HKS Associates, Inc.-REALTORS| Keene NH & Jaffrey NH Real Estate. Located in the Monadnock Region.


If you intend to add your residence to the real estate market, you should try to differentiate your house's weaknesses and strengths. That way, you can plan ahead for the home selling journey and make myriad house improvements before you list your residence.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you identify your house's weaknesses.

1. Analyze Your Home from a Buyer's Perspective

Oftentimes, it helps to take an objective view of your house and consider why a buyer may choose to purchase your residence over others. At the same time, you may want to think about why a buyer may shy away from your residence too.

By analyzing your house from a buyer's perspective, you may be better equipped than ever before to identify potential home problems. Then, you can take the necessary steps to address these issues. And as a result, you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a fast, profitable home selling experience.

2. Perform a Home Inspection

A home inspection may be worthwhile for a home seller, and for good reason. Conducting a house inspection enables you to receive in-depth insights into your home's condition that you may struggle to obtain elsewhere. And with a house inspection report in hand, you can prioritize home improvement projects accordingly.

Of course, if you decide to conduct a house inspection, you should hire a qualified home inspector. Perform a comprehensive search for home inspectors in your area, and you're sure to find plenty of great options. If you choose a home inspector who possesses lots of industry experience and a sterling reputation, you can conduct a house inspection and gain the insights you need to upgrade your house.

3. Employ a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about how to promote your residence to prospective buyers, there is no need to panic. Because if you hire a real estate agent, you can get the help you need to showcase your residence to the right groups of potential buyers.

A real estate agent is a home selling expert who is unafraid to be honest. Thus, he or she can provide unbiased home selling recommendations and suggestions and ensure you can upgrade your residence in no time at all.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent can provide throughout the home selling journey, either. A real estate agent will help you craft an effective home listing, set up home showings and open house events and keep you up to date about any offers to purchase your residence. Plus, if you have concerns or questions as you navigate the home selling journey, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

For those who want to achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey, it helps to identify a house's weaknesses as quickly as possible. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can immediately identify any home weaknesses and address such problems early in the home selling process.


Sweet and cozy Colonial! New roof, new furnace & duct work, newer pellet stove, improved bath. The property card says it was built in 1920, but it was probably built earlier and refurbished in the 1920s. You can tell the age by the design, the beautiful wooden beams and fieldstone basement. The kitchen is charming and bright. It boasts a butcher block counter, 1920s bead board ceiling. There are handmade tiles....if you look closely there are some hidden messages and jokes. The dining area has wonderful built-in benches. It has a slightly open floor plan but has lost none of its charm. The bathroom has an antique copper sink with granite counter. Most of the floors are hardwood circa 1920. There is a nice flower garden and a small enclosed porch that could be a mudroom. There is an attached one-car garage and a deck. The perfect location close to downtown - walk to schools. A lot of house and a great location for the money

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80 Grove Street, Keene, NH 03431

Single-Family

$49,900
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Opportunities don't just fall into our laps, asking us simply to pick them up and run with them, or do they? Dont miss out on this opportunity to purchase an affordable home within an easy walk to downtown Keene and Keene State college. Corner lot. Walkthrough bedrooms. City water and sewer. Potential college rental.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses





30 Coolidge Street, Keene, NH 03431

Single-Family

$83,000
Price

3
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
1
Baths
Sweet and cozy Colonial! New roof, new furnace & duct work, newer pellet stove, improved bath. The property card says it was built in 1920, but it was probably built earlier and refurbished in the 1920s. You can tell the age by the design, the beautiful wooden beams and fieldstone basement. The kitchen is charming and bright. It boasts a butcher block counter, 1920s bead board ceiling. There are handmade tiles....if you look closely there are some hidden messages and jokes. The dining area has wonderful built-in benches. It has a slightly open floor plan but has lost none of its charm. The bathroom has an antique copper sink with granite counter. Most of the floors are hardwood circa 1920. There is a nice flower garden and a small enclosed porch that could be a mudroom. There is an attached one-car garage and a deck. The perfect location close to downtown - walk to schools. A lot of house and a great location for the money
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses




This Single-Family in Troy, NH recently sold for $175,000. This style home was sold by Office Keene - HKS Associates, Inc..


407 Monadnock Street, Troy, NH 03465

Single-Family

$195,000
Price
$175,000
Sale Price

2
Bedrooms
5
Rooms
1/1
Full/Half Baths
Get away from it all in this sweet contemporary cottage on 32+/- acres. Sit in your living room or on the wonderful porch facing Gap Mountain and take in the lovely views. If you enjoy the outdoors this might be the perfect property for you. Gap Mountain trail is just across the way or explore the two brooks on the property or the wildlife and ever changing seasons of the large fields. The home itself offers an eat-in kitchen with a pantry, a slider to the outdoors, and a washer/dryer hookup under the stairs. The living room has lovely views through the large picture window and a woodstove hookup. Throughout are beamed ceilings, natural wood trim and wood flooring. There are two staircases to the second floor, one spiral, each leading to a bedroom with skylights. The second floor hall bath are two separate rooms - a shower room and a lavatory room. The property also has bunkhouse for guest and a studio - the surroundings may inspire the artist in you. Truly a unique opportunity not to be missed!






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