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Investment Properties in Rockingham County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat May 13, 2017
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Tue Jul 26, 2016
Isnowryder asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/3208332065-273-Old-Candia-Rd-Auburn-NH-03032
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Sun Aug 9, 2015
Katherine Alexander asked:
2 North Road was evaluated in 2014 for about $269,000. Some how in 2015 the towns' evaluation nearly tripled that though the property has been neglected.. A local broker said the actual…
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
With properties now increasing in value, now may be a great time to purchase in this popular area. Most people who are planning to move out of state do sell the home and take the profit. There are some who decdie to rent. the key decision is often can they afford to pay the mortgage if the house were to go vacant for a short time. I manage homes for rent and there are other companies who do as well. If you would like to email me direct sctprop@aol.com I can quote you managament fees, but they can not be discussed on an open forum due to federal anti trust laws. You would then need to look at what the home would rent for compared to your monthly cost and see if teh risk is worth the reward. if you would like help in finding a home, i would love to help you.

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Thu May 24, 2012
Lisa Newman answered:
Are you looking for a multi family investment? I am assuming by you question you are. But you may also be looking for a fixer upper that you can buy, rehab, hold and sell as the market starts to improve. There are a number of multis currently available, most are at the beach which would lead to the question of how you want to run your rentals. Yearly or seasonally. Either way, there are a number of options out there depending on your price point and the rate of return you want. Feel free to call if you want to chat. Lisa Newman. BHG/The Masiello Group. 603-601-1117 ... more
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