Sandra Tessier - RE/MAX Property Spec. Grp. Inc.


It doesn't matter whether it is for boiling corn outside, grabbing a soda from the fridge or even having a place to dispose of your trash neatly, outdoor kitchen appliances will make sure that you don't need to stress when relaxing outside your home. Here are major outdoor kitchen appliances that you should have:

The grill

A grill is an appliance that every homeowner should have. It is the most important for making your yard meetups fun and well catered. There are different kinds of grills. It all depends on what features you want, how much you want to spend, and how frequently you will grill.

Power burner

A power burner is a high-intensity burner that can boil your pot of water in a matter of seconds. This is mostly used for cooking corn or clams outside while the grilling meat close by. Power gives off much heat, so make sure you set it up somewhere that is well aerated and close to the grill.

Smoker

Having a wood smoker in the yard will add a nice dimension to your cookouts and barbecue. You might need to include a big green egg or any other type of smoker as one of your outdoor kitchen appliances. This is often built on a countertop, to have more working space to prep the meat.

Pizza Oven

For pizza lovers, this is one outdoor appliance you won't want to miss. With this, you can hang out with your friends and family and make their favorite pizza. This oven is over 36 inches in diameter with enough cooking space for at least, three medium-size pizzas. 

Outdoor refrigerator

Instead of running into the house on a hot day to grab a cold soda, you can actually grab one from your outdoor fridge. This is one of the outdoor appliances that most homeowners have on their wish list. If your budget can't cover for a refrigerator, a freezer is always an option to consider.

Trash Receptacle

There is no need to face an eyesore trash can or big garbage bags. With a trash receptacle, you can relax and rest assured that your trash has a place without having to be on display. You can add a recycling bin, which offers more spot for waste.

There are many other outdoor kitchen appliances which can make life easier and more fun. You know your needs better than anyone, make a checklist and tick appliances you need for your backyard.


The homebuying journey may seem daunting at first. Lucky for you, we're here to help take the guesswork out of finding and acquiring your dream house.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you approach the homebuying journey with poise and confidence.

1. Be Diligent

A diligent homebuyer may be better equipped than others to enjoy a seamless and successful property buying experience. In fact, this buyer likely will do whatever it takes to find the right house at the right price, regardless of the current real estate market's conditions.

To become a diligent homebuyer, it generally is a good idea to learn about the housing market in your preferred cities and towns. With this information, you can determine whether you're pursuing a home in a buyer's or seller's market and plan accordingly.

Furthermore, it may be beneficial to get pre-approved for a mortgage. If you enter the housing market with a mortgage, you'll know exactly how much you can spend to acquire your dream house.

2. Know Where You Want to Go

Establish homebuying criteria – you'll be glad you did. If you know what differentiates your dream house from others, you can quickly and effortlessly search for residences that match your expectations.

Also, you may want to hone your home search to specific cities and towns. For example, if you want to find a house close to your office in the city, you may want to explore residences in or near the city itself. On the other hand, if your goal is to buy a house near the top schools in a particular state, you should narrow your house search based on school rankings and other pertinent data.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Buying a house is no small feat, and ultimately, there is no reason to try to navigate the homebuying journey alone. Thankfully, you can hire a real estate agent who can provide expert support throughout the homebuying journey.

A real estate agent is a must-hire, and for good reason. He or she will guide you along the entire homebuying journey and respond to any of your homebuying concerns and questions. In addition, a real estate agent offers recommendations and suggestions to help you make informed decisions as you pursue your dream residence.

Usually, a real estate agent will learn about your homebuying goals and craft a personalized homebuying strategy for you. He or she next will keep you informed about available residences that meet your criteria and set up home showings. Once you find your dream residence, a real estate agent will help you put together a competitive offer to acquire this house. And if your offer receives a "Yes" from a home seller, a real estate agent will help you finalize your house purchase.

Ready to streamline the homebuying journey? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can kick off a house search and discover your ideal residence in no time at all.


This a unique 2 bedroom 2 bath tri-level home with an 14' x 28' in-ground pool. The living room has hardwood flooring and a picture window. A 3- season porch overlooks a large patio and the in-ground pool. This home has a lawn irrigation system, a newer heating system and roof. Both bathrooms are updated; one of them having the laundry and exit to back yard and pool. This property is centrally located close to major commuting routes, employment centers, and shopping.

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629 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH 03104

Single-Family

$229,800
Price

2
Bedrooms
6
Rooms
2
Baths
This a unique 2 bedroom 2 bath tri-level home with an 14' x 28' in-ground pool. The living room has hardwood flooring and a picture window. A 3- season porch overlooks a large patio and the in-ground pool. This home has a lawn irrigation system, a newer heating system and roof. Both bathrooms are updated; one of them having the laundry and exit to back yard and pool. This property is centrally located close to major commuting routes, employment centers, and shopping.
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Most adults go through a series of predictable life stages, which include the eventual desire to be a home owner. Some people take the plunge sooner than others, but that decision is typically set in motion by changing circumstances, such as financial readiness, additions to the family, or career advancement.

Owning your own home certainly has a different "feel" to it than being a renter. Not only do you tend to feel more established and successful, but home ownership gives you more control over your environment. When you no longer have to answer to a landlord, you don't have to concern yourself with unannounced visits, inspections, restrictions, rent increases, or even lease terminations.

Renting an apartment, condo, or duplex may make the most sense when you're getting your first taste of independence as a recent college graduate or a young newlywed couple. However, as maturity settles in, buying a house becomes the next logical step. In addition to the investment value of real estate, most people also gravitate toward the idea of more privacy, more control over their lives, and the sense of accomplishment that comes from owning your own home.

Parenthood brings changes. Once children come into your life, your whole perspective undergoes a seismic shift! New priorities come to the forefront, such as relocating to a better school district, living closer to relatives or a recommended child care facility, and having a spacious yard where your kids can play. Owning property with a private, grassy space for a sandbox, a swing set, or backyard birthday parties are also among the reasons home ownership appeals to young parents.

Gardening becomes an option. With few exceptions, the joy of backyard gardening is a pastime that's only available to home owners. Whether your interest lies in growing your own vegetables, herbs, or wildflowers, cultivating a garden can be a very satisfying aspect of home ownership. While there is definitely more work involved in landscaping, maintaining property, and keeping your lawn looking manicured, the pride of ownership that comes from beautifying your own yard makes it all worthwhile!

Building equity: While deluxe townhouse rentals and luxury apartments may offer some temporary appeal, there comes a time in life when you want your monthly payments to begin feathering your own nest, rather than helping your landlord retire comfortably! Although your rented living space may provide you with immediate comfort, ample storage, and a place to entertain friends, it's your landlord, not you, who's receiving the tax advantages and investment value of the property you're living in.

Even though apartment living or townhouse renting may have suited your purposes up until now, you can't help but wonder whether it's time for a change -- specifically, a change that can strengthen your financial security and provide you with a resource you can leverage and enjoy for years to come.




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