The holiday season is upon us! Amidst the chaos and uncertainty of the global pandemic, we could all use some holiday cheer now more than ever. While many of us may not be able to visit with extended family in person this year, some extra twinkling lights, shiny ornaments, and the smell of peppermint and cinnamon in the air will help to lift our spirits. For this blog, we wanted to include some tips on how to make your New England home’s exterior festive, yet elegant to bring some holiday cheer to neighbors, and potential buyers alike.
One of the best parts about the holiday season is getting together with your family and friends to enjoy a festively-themed night out. Although many of our beloved holiday events have been cancelled this year, the “Gift of Lights”, is one local favorite we don’t have to miss!
Located in the seacoast area of Southern New Hampshire, conveniently situated just 50 miles north of Boston and 50 miles south of Portland, Maine, Exeter offers residents a comfortable suburban life.
Attending an open house is an exhilarating part of the home buying process-- after all, imagining yourself living different styles of beautiful homes is quite fun. But don’t let the staged decor and lovely candles distract you from what you really need to know about the home: here’s our checklist of what to look for at open houses:
After seeing the terms realtors and real estate agents used interchangeably, you may have wondered if there is any difference between the two. Although both must be licensed to sell real estate, not every real estate agent is a Realtor. So, what’s the difference?
What is a Real Estate Agent?
Why should any and all home sellers concern themselves with what kinds of homes young adults are drawn to? According to a 2016 study of general housing trends conducted by the National Association of Realtors, millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) make up the largest portion of the buyer market (35%). In fact, millennials could potentially buy up about 15 million homes in the next decade, according to First American Financial Corp. With millennials buying up most of the homes for sale, you need to know what they’re looking for in order to market your home well.
Similar to how clothing trends of the past make a revival in modern fashion, recent home design and decor trends have given new life to previously outdated vintage and retro styles.
Here’s our list for the Best Home Decor Trends Making a Major Comeback
As one of the oldest and most historical parts of the country, it’s no surprise that New England is the setting for some of the most chilling ghost stories. For this Halloween season, we’re sharing some of the most famous spooky spots in all of New England, from Connecticut to Vermont. Whether these ghost stories are true, you’ll have to decide for yourself!
Whether you're marketing your home to sell and need advice on how to stage your home or-- are just trying to give your interior a refresh, you need to know which trends are no longer in style so your home won't look outdated.
Here's our list of outdated trends to stay away from in 2020.
Windham, NH is located in the southernmost region of New Hampshire. With an approximate population of 15,000, the city is considered a small town— perfect for families looking for a calm suburban lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of big cities. The convenient location, amenities and safe neighborhoods make living in Windham NH a great choice for prospective buyers looking to settle down.
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