It’s no wonder residents of the Granite State hold strong to the state’s motto: “Live free or die.” When folks aren’t busy pursuing this freedom at the many natural attractions across the state, they can now work with Redfin real estate agents across the state who are equally steadfast in their convictions about delivering great customer service. We’ve also just unleashed information about every single home for sale in New Hampshire, free for anyone to search on Redfin.com or the Redfin iOS and Android apps.
Redfin has a unique approach that combines technology and top-notch customer service to create a better real estate experience. Redfin technology empowers both our agents and customers with information and tools that make the home-buying and selling process more efficient, less stressful and more fun.
Redfin real estate agents spend zero time looking for new business. This means they can focus all their time on delivering great service while helping clients buy or sell their homes. This efficiency enables Redfin to pass savings on to our clients through a 1.5 percent listing fee and a refund of a portion of the commission for buyers at closing.
For example, a Redfin homebuyer purchasing a $300,000 home with a Redfin agent in Nashua would receive a refund of over $1,500 at closing. Redfin charges sellers 1.5 percent instead of the typical 3 percent, while providing a beginning-to-end home-selling service, from pricing and staging advice and professional photography through the negotiation and closing processes. Someone selling a $300,000 home with a Redfin agent would save $4,500. To date, Redfin has saved its customers more than $200 million in real estate fees.
Like other Redfin real estate agents across the country, agents in New Hampshire earn a salary and receive health care and other benefits. Our bonus pay is based on customer satisfaction, not commission.
Redfin hired industry veteran Mark Callahan to lead the business in New Hampshire. Callahan has been in real estate in New Hampshire and the Boston area for over 25 years, starting his career as an appraiser before becoming a real estate agent. He went on to be the broker-owner of his own company, The Callahan Company, and then was co-owner of six real estate franchises across Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Callahan’s entrepreneurial spirit attracted him to Redfin and the company’s mission of making the home-buying and selling processes easier and more enjoyable.
“Helping people navigate the biggest financial purchase of their lives has always been my favorite part of being a real estate agent. I’m excited to join Redfin and pair excellent customer service with state-of-the-art technology to let New Hampshire homebuyers and sellers experience the freedom of having an agent who’s truly on your side.”
Mark is already on the ground touring homes with buyers and guiding them through the offer, negotiation and closing processes, and helping people sell their homes. If you’re thinking about buying or selling, feel free to reach out directly to Mark, schedule a tour or start a conversation about your home’s value. Redfin.com and the Redfin mobile apps also offer several ways to find out about homes for sale and what the local market is like even before you’re ready to dip your toe in the water, including:
Redfin Home Dashboard: A comprehensive online resource for home sellers that provides real-time data about their home.
Redfin Home Value Tool: A more accurate way to find out what your home is worth using self-selected comparable homes for sale in your market.
Instant Tour Scheduling: Ability to instantly schedule a home tour with a Redfin agent with a single click from a browser, iPhone, iPad or Android app.
Redfin Matchmaker: Software that recommends unexpected listings to Redfin clients.
Instant Updates: Smartphone or email notifications when new homes are listed or when prices drop.
Search by School: Shows all the homes for sale served by a certain school with one easy search.
Deal Room: A real-time guide through the closing process, including milestones, deadlines and tasks.
We’re looking forward to meeting you! Stay tuned for an announcement about our first free home-buying class in New Hampshire.