If you are considering buying a home, there are few things you really must know before you start your search. Home shopping can be an exciting time in your life, but it pays to be prepared before you contact a Realtor.
If you are a home-buyer, you've probably evaluated the market and decided now is the time to buy, and perhaps have educated yourself on the language and terminology involved in real estate. But, there is a good chance there are a few more terms that are worth knowing.
A week ago I was invited to attend a ‘pre-opening’ event to celebrate the opening of a second location for Pressed Café, a successful restaurant in Nashua on 108 Spit Brook Road, right in Tara Commons Plaza. ‘NH Magazine Best of NH’ Pressed Café opened in Nashua couple years ago and the reviews have been startling. The menu has over 30 signature paninis, creative, unique and healthy combinations to choose from especially for me as I eat mostly middle eastern-vegetarian and fish dishes.
If you have spent your life raking up leaves each fall and then bagging them to be hauled away, it’s time to brace yourself. The lawn care experts contend that those leaves will actually benefit the health of your lawn, shrubs and flower beds.
If you or a family member is considering taking out a reverse mortgage, there are things you will want to know--like whether you can sell your home after this type of mortgage is taken out on it. The answer is yes, but the proceeds from the sale will first go towards repaying your lender.
If you are looking to buy a home, you probably realize that the path to home ownership can be a highly emotional one. From competition of other buyers to unexpected credit issues, you may get unwelcomed news that puts a snag in what you dreamed would be a smooth process.
New homeowners may not realize, but cold climates like in New England, can take its toll on many types of shrubs and trees. From hearty winds to freezing and thawing temperatures, snow and ice, road salt and even hungry animals, there are many ways your landscaping is at risk.
After months of planning, crunching numbers, home-shopping, and seemingly endless waiting, you finally have closed the deal on your new home. The release of stress should feel amazing, but now as you start to unpack you realize the entire family is trying to regain that feeling of being “at home” in their new house.
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