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    yep doing mine up now lol 40 years il b done

    time 2 start over

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    Hot tub! thermo spa outlet up de road

    fuckers r nice

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    Originally posted by PinHead
    Well the house I am wiring now is selling for 1,850,000 big bucks so I get lots of ideas. The 18 showerhead shower 5x10 foot size is a bit out of control but it sure looks like fun
    Yeah, I've seen those. They're called European showers, or something. That'll be something we look into too...

    But we may be getting ahead of ourselves here. There *IS* a chance that we'll find something that we really like, in a locale we really like. Building new'll be our last option I think. It's REALLY tough to go with new when you have an existing property. Makes putting the deal together VERY tricky when timing could easily be outta your hands. Ya know?

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    done a few a dem places ed

    wierd fuckers them ritch thoe

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    Originally posted by zombie
    On a more serious note people who contract the building work themselves are generally people who have a clue to begin with and are switched in to people in the trades so are less likely to get hosed...
    Figuring out building is not that hard and is done to a formula starting with cost per square foot and I know that with the good will yourself and cheryl have built up over the last years getting people to help and calling in favs shouldn,t be a problem.

    count me in in any way I can help
    I appreciate the words, Mick. But if we *DO* go new, we'll let the general contractor handle most of it. HE'S the one with the connections around there. But I WILL make it known to him that there will be a lot of things we'll handle ourselves; plumbing, heating & cooling, in wall home theater, interior painting, summa the finish work, landscaping, etc. Most generals up here know the inner workings of the town politics and know who's bread to butter. But they are usually more than willing to knock back prices if the homeowners do a lot of their own shiznit...

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    ahhh fuck lol hey mick you rock with them crazzy

    Originally posted by zombie
    lets see now sheetrocking, painting and coffeee boy
    that must be me I guess
    frog fuckers from canada lolol they r nuts.

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    shit il help all i can jay


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    Just got a call from our loan guy. We're clear to go get our letter of intent from him. Basically just lets the real estate goons know that we can get the money we'll need...

    And for all you Massholes: Keep in mind that up here you can get quite a bit more house & land for your buck....

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    [i]And for all you Massholes: Keep in mind that up here you can get quite a bit more house & land for your buck.... [/B]
    Go ahead, just rub it in a little more why don't ya........

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    You sure can get more bang for your buck up there.
    I will be looking up that way within the next few years.

    My condo right now is selling for more than twice of what I bought it for 5 years ago, and is only increasing in value as the years go on. I should have a big down payment if I decide to sell.

    I dont think I will be as far north as ya'll but possible somewhere between Hudson and Manchester area.

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    you need 10 undeveloped acres for current use, so a 10 acre lot don't quite cut it, to have something in current use, you need 11 acres, one for the developed area that gets taxed at the regular rate. taxes prolly wouldn't be cheaper on 11 ac than 3-5 ac, but wouldn't be more either.

    if yer thinkin of burning wood, figure an acre per cord to have a sustainable forest

    I think you should look for a hundred acres so you have plenty of room for a long twisty paved driveway

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    Hey Jay, I aint a tradesman but I got the Explorer and a shitty trailer to help ya move, shit we probly could get ya packed and unpacked in bout 3 hours

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    I'm with Randy, go for alot of property wether you build new or buy a place that's done. Of coarse with alot of land, you'd have to figure on getting a coupla quads or dirtbikes and making a trail system

    When the time comes with a move date or lending a hand around the new crib, i'll try to come up and give ya a hand. My toolbox on wheels should be almost done by then anyways and i'm sure we can fit alot of stuff in it to help move Keep us posted yo

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    The area we're looking at is within walking distance to NH Trail Corridor #15. In fact, it crosses the road we're looking at!

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    sounds great, stoneman... wish i had seen/hope i will see the OLD stone crib 'fore you guys up and leave...

    just to smell the history.

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    Well for what it's worth, the original Stonnerstock's took place here before we even actually owned it. Back then it was 'The Stone Camp'. I believe there's only one member here that was here back during the 'original days'. But with the property we're looking at, we'll have enough room to make Stonnerstock a household name...

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    Good luck to you, I can't get my wife to agree to sell the house we live in now at a substantial profit...

    Damn it

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    Hee hee..if your wife had HALF of her commute on route 28 in NH, she'd do it!

    We'll see. We're having an analysis done this weekend. THEN we'll decide if it's worth our while right now...

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    Most lots that are 10 acres or more qualify for NH's "current use" program. Land that is put in "current use" will be taxed MUCH cheaper than normal lots.

    This web site has some details:
    http://www.nhtoa.org/nhcurrentuse.htm

    If your are looking at a lot, you should check to see if it is already in "current use". If it is, you may need to pay back taxes on the part of the lot you plan to put your house on. I am no expert on this, so I don't have a lot of details. A call to the code enforcement officer (town hall) in the town the land is in would be a wise move.

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    Log homes are nice and cozy
    Check out http://www.kfphomes.com or http://www.loghome.net/kfp/ for a dealer near you. I got my info from North Country Properties in Abbot Maine.

    After reading about log homes and looking at various kits, these seem to be the top of the line as they are made from white cedar, natures most naturally weather resistant wood, at least in the north east. They come with the best windows (IMO having delt with MANY window brands) being Anderson. For 100k you could have one kickass log home and not to mention a log garage to match your log home for a small amount extra. I think the 24x24 log garage with 2 doors is only 11k for the kit, it's cheeper than conventional framing.
    Can you picture a nice log home and garage in the middle of a 10 acre lot in NH

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    Make sure you bring that catalog up with you!

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    You gottit mang, see ya sometime on Saturday

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    Stonneman - that sounds great! My mom lives off 106 in Laconia, just remember that it sucks to be that close to the track on Nascar weekends! As the crow flies you can't be too far from the track now?

    Couple questions for ya...

    1 - I realize that your house is worth 2x what you paid, but also everything else is right now (likely including the property that you are looking at). Just don't want to see you get burned if this real estate thing ever drops out!

    2 - Does land still require the huge downpayment that it used to? I think that it used to be 30% down, which is why you don't see everyone buying land and building.

    Is the Stonneman crib officially on the slate yet?

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    [QUOTE]Stonneman - that sounds great! My mom lives off 106 in Laconia, just remember that it sucks to be that close to the track on Nascar weekends! As the crow flies you can't be too far from the track now?[quote]
    I'm not worried about the Winston Cup traffic. I've been in the area long enough to know quite a few different ways to get around that crapola...

    1 - I realize that your house is worth 2x what you paid, but also everything else is right now (likely including the property that you are looking at). Just don't want to see you get burned if this real estate thing ever drops out!
    Actually, we're finding land to be reasonable. It'd take a HUGE turn of events for us to see the property fall out that we did in the 90's. I don't see anything like THAT happening again. But if it does, it'll rebound as it always does. No worries there. If we get what we want for our place, we'll be in an extremely good position...

    2 - Does land still require the huge downpayment that it used to? I think that it used to be 30% down, which is why you don't see everyone buying land and building.
    We're not sure that we'll be going with new construction due to the timing of everything. That may make it nearly impossible to piece it all together just right. None the less, we'll be going into our new situation with AT LEAST 50% in hand, in cash. Not worried 'bout that, either...

    Is the Stonneman crib officially on the slate yet?
    Nope. Not yet. We're working on a coupla things before we try our hand...

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    That sounds great Jay! Ken and I were able to refinance our house last month and it has doubled in value. We were so surprised since we have only lived here for three years. We are planning on building a house on our lot in the spring. I hope all goes well and let us know if you need any help with the move!

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