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Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 10/16/2018

If your decor is feeling blah and drab after updating to a new home and bringing all of your old furniture with you donít start hauling it to the dump just yet! You donít have to toss everything out and start over to get a fresh new look.

Instead, incorporating a new trend or two can instantly change the look and feel of any room.

Here are the current top trends according to Pinterest:

Spa bathroom - Creating a spa-like atmosphere is at the top of everyoneís wish list, or so it seems. Items like cedarwood bath ďmatsĒ, rebottling products into beautiful bottles, and hanging eucalyptus and lavender are being pinned like crazy. Classics like wicker baskets, rolling up towels for display and bathtub caddies are still making their rounds. These are a great way to mix timeless elements with trending ones for a bathroom look that transcends time or at least not for the next year or two.

Sage - The color sage has won its standing in the neutral category. Use this shade to add tints of color to an otherwise neutral to the point of a sterile room. Kitchen cabinets, bathroom walls, living room walls are all popular canvases for this popular shade. Keep the trend modern by pairing it up with light pinks, taupes, creams, and denim blues. If you arenít ready to commit to a paint color bring it in with accents via throw pillows, jars, and even the plant itself!

Big wall art - Big wall art is in and in a big way. Quickly replacing gallery walls canvases that stretch from floor to ceiling or a good  ? of the wall big art is taking over Pinnerís boards by storm. Abstract pieces primarily in black and white seem to be the most popular when placed against a wall painted with a pop of color. However, donít let this stop you from reach for a piece you love that is full of color! The key to this look is to avoid generic prints. If youíd like to make it personal blow up a more artistic shot from your wedding or have the kiddos make you a custom piece for a craft project.

Patterned plants - Greenery that comes in stripes, spots and varying shades are cropping up on Pinnerís boards everywhere. Plants bring life and freshness to a room so why not also make them pull their weight be adding visual interest to boot? Popular varieties are prayer plants, calathea, snake plants, philodendron, and pothos. Mix and match varieties to make a true statement.  

Colorful doors - Goodbye boring white doors! Colors like school bus yellow, blush pink, bright and cobalt blue are popping up on Pinterest boards everywhere. Go bold with yellow. Create a welcoming sanctuary with lavender. Create a home, sweet home with blush pink. And welcome guests with open arms with cobalt blue.

Categories: home trends   house style   pinterest  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 10/12/2018

This Condo in Merrimack, NH recently sold for $175,000. This style home was sold by - Pat Clancey Realty LLC.

9 East Ridge Road, Merrimack, NH 03054


Sale Price

Full/Half Baths
Welcome home to this spacious 2 bedroom/2 bath End unit townhouse in East Ridge Village. This well maintained home has 2 large light and bright bedrooms upstairs with an option for a 3rd bedroom, bonus or family room in the lower level. Enjoy relaxing on your patio or deck as you over look your secluded backyard with plenty of space outside for entertaining. This area is convenient with close shopping and dining options nearby and makes for a great commuter location. You won't want to miss this one!

Tags: Real-Estate   Condo   Merrimack   03054  
Categories: Sold Homes  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 10/11/2018

20 Kipling Street, Nashua, NH 03062



Full/Half Baths
Lancashire Heights 4 bed/2 bath Colonial in the Bicentennial Elementary school district! This is a beautiful corner lot to Shelley Drive and one of the quieter and more serene neighborhoods in Nashua. Great commuter location! Updates and painting are required but living room has newly refinished hardwood and that hardwood is throughout the home, including all carpeted bedrooms. This is a perfect house for an owner who is willing to update over time. Conditioned on subdivision which is approved and being finalized, the new lot will be .61 acres. Taxes are TBD but will reduce from the current amount stated.
Open House
October 14 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
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Location: 20 Kipling Street, Nashua, NH 03062    Get Directions

Categories: Open House  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 10/10/2018

37 Meade Street, Nashua, NH 03064-1428



Charming 3 Bedroom ranch sits on beautifully planted lot ~ enjoy Spring to Fall perennials. Well established neighborhood located minutes from all major amenities! Updates include newer roof, windows, siding, chimney, heating system, hot water tank, central air system, electrical panel and rooftop solar panels (leased). Interior awaits your personal touches. Hardwood floors beneath carpet in living room and hallway. Fully fenced backyard with deck and shed. Great commuter location!!
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

Categories: Price Change  

Posted by Pat Clancey Realty LLC on 10/9/2018

Listing a home is a key step during the property selling journey. And if you fail to plan accordingly, you risk creating a home listing that misses the mark with prospective buyers.

Ultimately, there are several things you need to consider before you craft a home listing, and these include:

1. Your Home's Features

As a home seller, your goal is to stir up significant interest in your residence. Fortunately, an effective home listing can help you do just that, particularly if you use your house listing to highlight your residence's features to buyers.

Think about what makes your home unique. Then, you can incorporate information about your home's distinct features into your house listing.

Furthermore, you may want to include high-resolution images of your home in your listing. That way, you can show buyers exactly what your home has to offer and help them make an informed decision about whether to pursue your residence.

2. Your Initial Home Asking Price

How you price your home can have far-flung effects on your house selling experience. In fact, if you set an initial asking price that exceeds a buyer's budget, you may struggle to generate interest in your residence.

As you put together a home listing, evaluate your house's age and condition. You may want to conduct a home appraisal as well. Because if you conduct a home appraisal, you can receive a property valuation that you can use to set a competitive initial asking price for your house.

Also, spend some time reviewing the prices of available houses that are similar to your own in your city or town. This housing market data can help you see how your residence stacks up against the competition so you can price your house appropriately.

3. Your Home Selling Timeline

Your home only gets one chance to make a positive first impression on buyers, and a listing enables you to make the most of this opportunity. If you need to sell your house as quickly as possible, you should do everything you can to ensure your listing garners buyers' attention.

Generally, you should avoid jargon in your home listing. Use clear, concise terms and ensure the listing is easy to read.

Before you finalize your home listing, you may want to consult with a real estate agent, too. A real estate agent is happy to review your home listing and offer recommendations to help you improve it. Plus, a real estate agent can promote your residence to potential buyers and ensure you can enjoy a quick, profitable house selling experience.

For those who want to achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey, it usually is a good idea to create an effective house listing. If you consider the aforementioned factors, you can boost the likelihood of crafting a home listing that captures buyers' interest. And as a result, you could accomplish your desired home selling results in no time at all.