Charlotte Marrocco-Mohler – Cell: 603-620-2668
Broker Licensed in NH and MA
Notary Public

Factors and Conditions that Sell a House

5 Factors that Sell a House

1.  Price

Overpricing a home misses its market and discourages buyers from looking at your home.  A comparative market analysis will produce a guide to help you estimate the best price obtainable in today’s market.​

2.  Market Conditions

Buyer demand, prices of recently sold properties, interest rates, availability of financing, condition of the economy and time of year will all affect the sale of your home.

3.  Location

Location will impact the buyer’s response to your home.  It is an important factor to consider when pricing your home and during negotiations.

4.  Condition

By carefully preparing your property for sale, I can “package” it to stand out above the competition.

5.  Exposure

My exclusive marketing plan is the most effective approach available.  It will expose your property to more potential buyers and help you sell your home as quickly as possible for the best possible price.

Landscaping. Curb appeal is crucial to a good first impression, so make sure your home’s lawn is immaculate. Mow the lawn, prune the bushes, weed the garden and plant flowers.
Clean the outside. With an unkept exterior buyers may think you’ve not kept up with the inside of your property.  Be sure to clean the gutters and pressure wash your home’s siding.
Make repairs. Take care of major defects like broken windows or a leaky roof that could discourage buyers.  Have your furnace serviced and any repairs completed.
Make the front door inviting. A fresh coat of paint in a color that contrasts with the home, will make the front door stand out.
Replace your welcome mat. Let buyers know they’re welcome into your home.
Remove clutter and depersonalize. I suggest that Sellers have a less is more attitude when it comes to decluttering the inside of their home.  You want Buyers to envision their belongings in your home.  Pack away the family photos and collectibles.
Organize closets and drawers. Organize your closets to give off a spacious look.  Organize drawers and have things in their place.
Make every surface shine. From ceiling fans to floors and everything in between, clean your home until it shines.
Neutral colors. Paint your walls a neutral color that will appeal to a wide range of buyers.
Eliminate bad odors. Spray air neutralizers in each room and  keep litter boxes clean.  When showing the home, have inviting smells by lighting candles and  baking a batch of cookies.
Charlotte Marrocco-Mohler – Cell: 603-620-2668
Broker Licensed in NH and MA
Notary Public


Charlotte has been a resident in New Hampshire for over 31 years. She has the knowledge and expertise to bring buyers and sellers together to make for a smooth transaction. She has over 32 years as a successful business woman in customer service, marketing, management, IT and sales experience. She is a person who has integrity, enthusiasm, and one who will work hard for you in helping you find the home that fits your needs. From the beginning of the process thru to the closing and post closing, Charlotte will assist you each step of the way and is always available to answer your calls, text, or emails. Charlotte is an expert in foreclosed and short sale properties. Charlotte believes that it all comes down to selecting the right Agent and the Service. Whether you are a first time home buyer, relocating in or out of state, or selling, she will help you make for a smooth transaction. Charlotte gets results and with an accelerated marketing plan that she offers, that is what you can expect RESULTS! Charlotte’s motto is: “Once a client, always a friend!” Click on over to her website at www.charlottemohler.com. Charlotte is an active volunteer within her community. Broker Associate, LICENSED IN MA/NH Relocation Specialist Cartus/Grabel/Sirva/USAA 2017 #1 Agent in Nashua office for Closed Units 2016 September – Top Agent in the Nashua Office Closed Units/Closed Dollar Volume 2016 May – Top Agent in the Nashua Office Closed Units/Closed Dollar Volume 2016 February – Top Agent in the Nashua Office Closed Units/Closed Dollar Volume 2015 Legend’s Circle Achiever 2014 Presidents Circle Achiever 2014 Trulia Top Agent Award 2014 GMNBR Chairperson of the Community Service Committee 2013 Presidents Circle Achiever 2012 GMNBR Good Neighbor Award 2011 EOY Top 6 Performer for the Company 2011 EOY Top 5 Performer for the Nashua Office 2011 September #1 Sales Agent 2010 May #1 Listing Agent 2008 NH Brokers License, REALTOR® 2006 The Masiello Groups Million Dollar in a Month Club. 2005 – 2008 National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) 2005 – 2008 Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS® (GMNBR)




Charlotte Marrocco-Mohler – Cell: 603-620-2668
Broker Licensed in NH and MA
Notary Public

Lakes Region – Seacoast – Mountains

Lake Winnipesaukee
is the largest lake in New Hampshire and also the third-largest lake in New England.  With 72 square miles of water you can enjoy cruising on a boat, sailing, waterskiing, tubing, swimming or just relaxing in the sun.  With the mountains close by in the winter months you can go snowmobiling, snowshoeing, skiing, ride the mountain coaster and ice skating.

Lake Waukewan is a 928-acre water body located in Belknap County in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, in the towns of Meredith and New Hampton.  The town of Center Harbor occupies part of the lake’s northern shoreline.

Lake Winnisquam located in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire and at 4,214 acres, it is the fourth-largest lake entirely in New Hampshire.

Lake Squam is located in the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, south of the White Mountains, straddling the borders of Grafton, Carroll, and Belknap counties. The largest town center on the lake is Holderness.

Portsmouth is a New Hampshire port city on the Piscataqua River.  Notable 17th- and 18th-century houses include several within Strawberry Banke Museum.

Hampton Beach is a village district, census-designated place, and beach resort in the town of Hampton, New Hampshire, along the Atlantic Ocean.  It is about 15 miles south of Portsmouth.

Rye Just an hour away from Boston, the seaside town of Rye, New Hampshire offers beautiful beaches, tasty seafood, and plenty of coastal fun.  New Hampshire’s seacoast is famously short, just eighteen miles, and of its few towns, Rye is home to the largest amount of coastline.

Mount Washington, is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States at 6,288.2 ft and the most prominent mountain east of the Mississippi River.

Cannon Mountain is a 4,080-foot peak in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It is known for both its technical rock and ice climbing on its cliff face and skiing at Cannon Mountain Ski Area.

Loon Mountain Loon Mountain is a mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire, in Grafton County.  It is in the White Mountain National Forest with an elevation of 3,064.






Charlotte Marrocco-Mohler – Cell: 603-620-2668
Broker Licensed in NH and MA
Notary Public


3 Reasons to Buy a Home in 2018

1. Rates are going up
After years of record-low interest rates (hello, 3%!), the Fed is finally making some noticeable increases: The rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage broke the 4% mark last year. And with economic growth continuing to carry momentum, Vivas predicts we’ll see at least two to four more rate increases throughout 2018. Rates are anticipated to hit 5% by the end of the year.

“The big story there is that those increases will further constrict affordability,” Vivas says. “The more buyers wait, the more expensive it will get to buy—not just because of home prices, but because of inflationary pressure.”

In other words, if you want in on the American dream, now might be the time.

2. Prices are climbing, but not crazily fast
Home prices have soared over the past few years, pricing otherwise well-positioned buyers out of high-cost areas and leading some experts to cry “bubble”. But in 2018, price increases are expected to moderate.

Vivas forecasts a home price increase of 3.2% year over year, after finishing 2017 with a 5.5% year-over-year increase. Existing-home sale prices are predicted to increase 2.5% year over year.

Of course, it all depends on where you live. While red-hot markets such as San Francisco are predicted to finally lose some steam, sales numbers and home prices are poised to climb in Southern states such as Texas and Florida, where economic momentum continues chugging along and new construction is happening in the right price points.

So what does that mean? Basically, home prices will still increase, but not at the same pace as they have over the past few years.

3. Inventory levels will begin to increase
An inventory shortage has plagued the U.S. housing market since 2015, forcing some buyers to settle (a tiny house with linoleum floors for $1 million, anyone?) and keeping others out of the buying game entirely. But by fall 2018, the tides will begin to turn, with markets such as Boston; Detroit; and Nashville, TN, recovering first.

The majority of inventory growth will happen in the middle- to upper-tier price point, in the ranges of $350,000 and $750,000 and above $750,000, Vivas predicts.

New home construction is also expected to expand. But that will happen slowly, thanks to a constricted labor market, limitations on the amount of lots and land that’s available, tight bank financing for building loans, and a run-up in building material prices, says National Association of Home Builders chief economist Robert Dietz.

“It’s been a slow climb back from the recession, and now we’re confronting all of these limiting factors and supply-side constraints,” Dietz says.

It’s particularly tough, he says, for builders to break ground at the entry level for first-time buyers, particularity in high-cost coastal markets such as California. That means it will take longer for those inventory levels to recover.

But there’s a bright spot: Builder confidence is at its highest level since 1999, according to the NAHB. And that means hope is on the horizon.

“As we head into 2019 and beyond, we expect to see the inventory increases take hold and provide relief for first-timers and drive sales growth,” Vivas says.

realtor.com 1/4/18