If you’re thinking about buying or selling your home, you probably have a million questions, so you turn to a local real estate agent. But with so many options out there, how do you know you’ve enlisted the help of the right agent? Here are a few questions to ask your prospective real estate agent:
For adults, moving can be an exciting adventure - new experiences to be had and new memories to be made. But it also comes with a lot of challenges and anxiety, and sometimes these drastic changes can affect your little ones as well. So we want to relay some tips to help ease the transition into their new environment.
Moving can be an exciting new adventure, a new home, new environment, and a new location. However, as much as moving can be an amazing change, it can also be a stressful one - for you and your pets. Pets can be extremely smart, intuative, and understanding, but they might have a hard time comprehending why they now live in an unfamiliar environment. To help ease the transition and better acclimate your pet, here are 3 tips to help your furry friend adapt to their new environment.
In a world full of media and news, we are constantly being flooded with an abundance of information. Articles filled with a bunch of real estate lingo and market jargon that not everyone may necessarily understand. Well, we are here to help decipher that information so you can make the best decision for yourself and your real estate goals.
New Hampshire is a wonderful place to live for many reasons, including the variety of landscapes, the distinctive four seasons, the tax breaks, and its proximity to its neighboring state of Massachusetts. For many New Hampshire residents, they reside in the granite state but commute down to Massachusetts for work. Since Massachusetts can become a little congested, commuting can be a bit of a struggle. So we’re here to inform you of the 3 closest New Hampshire towns to Massachusetts to look into, that will make commuting a lot easier.
This may sound like a biased statement coming directly from a Granite Stater, but New Hampshire offers a quality of life that is unsurpassed by other states in the nation. Now that is a bold statement, I know, but it’s actually backed up by facts and statistics. Year after year, New Hampshire has ranked in the Top 10 and often in the Top 3 for “Best Places to Live” - Want to know why? Keep reading!
If you’re thinking about buying a home, but don’t need excessive amounts of space, the option of a mobile home may be on your mind. Mobile home living is perfect for individuals, small families, or people looking to downsize. However, the thought of a traditional home may also be on your mind, so we’re here to help you discover the pros and cons of buying a mobile home vs a traditional home. So keep on reading!
Nestled in the southern part of the state in Rockingham County, lies Hampstead, NH. A small town rich in history and charm, with a downtown fit for a postcard. With almost 9,000 residents calling Hampstead, NH home, this town covers about 14 square miles with three villages, Hampstead, West Hampstead, and East Hampstead. Real estate in Hampstead, NH has skyrocketed in popularity due to its family friendly atmosphere, close community, and proximity to other major cities, towns, and highways.
They’re called the twin states, and in some ways NH and VT are very similar, but they are also very different, both with their own set of pros and cons. If you’re looking to make a move and battling between the neighboring states, we have some information you may be interested in. Here we will compare New Hampshire vs Vermont as a whole and also cover New Hampshire real estate and Vermont real estate. So let's go ahead and dive straight in.
Although Massachusetts isn’t a tropical retreat or warm all year long, it still has some pretty great places to retire. In fact, out of the nearly 7 million Massachusetts residents, about 1.2 million of them are 65 and older and enjoying all the state has to offer. What is keeping these folks here? That’s up to their personal interests, but we do know that more retirees are sticking around and taking advantage of the four seasons, Boston’s Baked Beans, the accessibility to the ocean, Worcester’s world famous clam chowdah’, and just the sole fact that MA is doing wicked well - ranking as one of the best states to live in America.