Dwight Keeler & Co.

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Frequently Asked Questions


How much experience do you have in assisting Buyers and Sellers of real estate?

Dwight Keeler & Company LLC was founded in 1989, more than a decade after Dwight began working in real estate.  He has helped customers buy and sell property throughout the Capitol Region, and has personally brokered thousands of successful transactions.  MLS statistics show that Dwight has brokered a greater dollar volume in this area than any other agent over the past 20 years.

 What geographical areas do you service?

We operate in the greater Concord, New Hampshire region.  Please see the About Our Towns link above to connect to the official New Hampshire state website, and feel free to explore the individual pages of the towns you are interested in!  If the property you have an interest in either selling or purchasing lies outside of our regular service area, we will even be happy to refer you to another qualified, experienced agency with expertise in that region.

 How will you market my property?

In addition to conventional advertisment through regular print ads in The Real Estate Book and local media, our company registers properties through a Multiple Listing Service (MLS) known as the Northern New England Real Estate Network, or NNEREN.  This allows agencies and buyers around New England to search for your property by key details.  The search feature on our website operates on the NNEREN infrastructure.  We also utilize at least a half dozen additional websites including Zillo and Trullia. We also will do individual flyers, handouts and open house presentations to add to the interest in our properties.

 How much should I spend on my property?

As a buyer, our rule of thumb is "don't be house-poor."  This means that your monthly mortgage and other housing costs such as insurance and taxes should never consume more than 40% of your income. It's important to maintain additonal borrowing capacity for essentials and to be able to meet your monthly needs.  Work out a reasonable budget for monthly expenditures before estimating what you are able to spend on housing.