Condo – 37 Alice Unit #123 Drive Concord, NH 03303 now has a new price of $94,999!

This Mast Yard, Garden style condo with patio show ownership pride. Pergo flooring, tile floors in kitchen and bath, open concept living room and dinning room with view of the patio. Master with on-suite bath and large closet. newer stackable washer and dryer, dish washer, new water heater, security intercom door, low condo fee, designated parking and plenty of visitor parking available.

This property features 5 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 3/4 bath, 2 bedrooms, and is currently available for $94,999.

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How to Save Money on Groceries and Eating Out

Many people find themselves repeatedly shocked by the price of their groceries at the checkout line. The price of food seems to go up every week and most people feel like there’s little they can do about it but cut corners in other places. There are, however, many frugal eating habits you can build that will save you a ton of money on food, whether it’s on groceries or eating out. Follow these frugal eating tips to start saving this week.

Set down ground rules on eating out

You don’t have to totally deprive yourself of the luxury of eating out to save money. But there are many ways you can cut back on spending. Start tracking your spending by using a budgeting app, by checking your bank account, or just by using a pad of paper. Keep track of every quick stop for a sandwich, every trip to a fast food restaurant, and even every coffee you buy during the week. Many people are shocked to find that they spend up to $100 a month just on their daily caffeinated beverages.

Now that you know the damage you’ll be more motivated to make a change. Switch to making your own coffee. Buy yourself a nice travel mug and make it your best friend.

When it comes to dining out at restaurants, make them special occasions. Decide with your significant other on two or three days of the month (every other Saturday maybe) when you’ll go on a date night together. If you’re flying solo, treat yourself to the same two nights out, whether it’s just you or you’re with friends.

Save on groceries

There are a number of ways to spend less at the checkout line that won’t require you to eat any less or sacrifice nutrition. In fact, many of these tips will actually be healthier for you depending on your own eating habits and nutritional needs.

  • Buy in bulk. Certain staple items are much less expensive when bought in bulk. Rice and dried beans come in huge bags that will last months and there are an unlimited number of recipes you can make with these two items. Other great items to buy in bulk: frozen vegetables, pasta, cereal, oatmeal, toilet paper, and trash bags.
  • Cut back on meat. Americans eat a lot of meat. It isn’t uncommon for some families to have meat every night of the week. If that’s the case for you, try having one meat-free meal day. That alone will save you up to $15 per month. Vegetarian and vegan food options are endless and delicious, so you might soon find yourself spending less and less on meat at the grocery store.
  • Cook your lunches in advance. Rather than starving at lunch or suffering the same peanut putter sandwiches every day, make all of your lunches for the week on Sunday afternoon. There are a ton of bulk lunch recipes around the internet. Some suggestions: burritos, personal pizzas, crock pot meals, and stir-fry recipes are all easy to package for the week and store in the refrigerator or freezer.
  • Make a menu and a shopping list. Most people jot down a few things they need and then choose other items at random at the grocery store. Instead, make a menu for the week and buy only what you need.
  • Research frugal recipes. There are several books and websites devoted to frugal recipe ideas. How frugal? Some recipes are filling, nutritious, and cost as little as $1.00 per person to make.

Smart Appliances For The Home

If you are environmentally conscious and considering building a new home or remodeling your present property, maybe it is time to get smart. Smart home appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators and dishwashers) equipped with the latest advances in technology connect to online database energy prices. With just a click of an app on your laptop, tablet or smartphone you can program the appliances to operate when demand is lowest, and power is cheapest. Samsung and Whirlpool both offer smart washing machines, dryers, and other innovative home appliances.

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Whirlpool.com

Samsung.com

 

JetBoard by Jet Products

This is amazing stuff. Not only is it waterproof, fireproof, insect-proof and very strong, its made of lightweight magnesium oxide cement. JetBoard is applicable for use instead of plywood sheathing or gypsum board on interior walls, is perfect to replace backer board under tile and excellent for an outdoor application or where moisture or insect infestation is a problem. Totally environmentally friendly, even the sawdust from it is harmless. About $25 for a 4-by-8-foot, ½ -inch-thick panel; jet-board.com

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Jet-Board.com

Home Automation Control Switches

Forget worrying if you walked out the house in a rush and forgot to shut off the coffee pot. With home automation switches a “tap on an app” is all you need to control home appliances. Turn off the coffee pot, turn on the lamp or start dinner in the slow cooker. If it has a plug, just plug it in to any lamp or small appliance and control the appliance remotely.

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Sensor Enabled Home Thermostats

Wi-Fi and sensor-enabled thermostats, compatible with most home HAVC systems, comes equipped with an operating systems that reminds you of the temperatures you and your family prefer. The technology seems almost magical. The thermostat master control unit takes the temperature preference data, programs its self automatically, adjusts heating or cooling requirements to power saving settings when you are away, and saves money all with just a click of an app controllable from any mobile device.

Lyric thermostat By Honeywell

Designed with a friendly round shape to go with any décor, the Lyric thermostat requires no programming. It “magically” detects your comings and goings (actually, your smartphone’s) from up tp seven miles away and automatically adjusts temperature settings to save energy.

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Nest.com

Honeywell.com

Automated Stainless Steel Trash Can

Once you see this trash can operate, you have to have one. Forget germs and touching an unsanitary surface. The 45-liter semi-round sensor trash can opens with just a wave of the hand the remains open for as long as the task requires. Because it is crafted in an innovative half-round shape, it hugs the wall without hogging kitchen space.

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SimpleHuman.com

Space Age Technology For Home Counter Tops

The very latest brilliant combination of technology, beauty, and function, Dekton countertops by Cosentino are crafted from porcelain, quartz, and recycled glass compressed under extreme pressure and heat to produce an ultra-strong, non-porous composite countertop that surpasses anything similar in the marketplace today. Because it is so strong, it can have a 12-inch overhang without support, making it an excellent choice for bar tops, islands and shelving. Because it is non-porous and easily cleaned with just the wipe of a damp cloth, it is well suited for both indoor and outdoor applications in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and craft studios.

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Dekton.com

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This Mast Yard, Garden style condo with patio show ownership pride. Pergo flooring, tile floors in kitchen and bath, open concept living room and dinning room with view of the patio. Master with on-suite bath and large closet. newer stackable washer and dryer, dish washer, new water heater, security intercom door, low condo fee, designated parking and plenty of visitor parking available.

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