May Balsama, a realtor at Verani Realty's Amherst office, recently received the Good Neighbor Award from the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORs (GMNBR) for her extensive work in the local community. The Good Neighbor Award was established in 2002 to recognize GMNBR members who make extraordinary commitments to improve their communities through volunteerism.
In a seller’s market, which is what many areas in New England are experiencing right now, finding a home you want to buy and getting your offer accepted can be challenging. A seller’s market means that the inventory of homes for sale does not meet the current demand of buyers.
Selecting the ideal location for your company is not usually a unilateral decision made quickly. It’s a copulation of input from multiple stakeholders, from your executives and staff to your commercial real estate Advisor. The information and insight you obtain from your team is a valuable tool in the search and selection process.
With summertime knocking, there’s no better time to explore waterfront homes for sale in New Hampshire
At last the grass is green, pops of color are adorning flower stems, and barbeque grills are firing up, all in eager anticipation of warmer days ahead. Summer’s about to hit the Granite State in full force, and with it comes a ripe inventory of waterfront homes for sale in NH. If you’re longing to find the perfect watering hole to entertain your kayak, take your daily plunge, or give your fishing pole its proper workout, there are lots of options out there. But just a word of caution: waterfront homes are a rather unique part of the real estate puzzle and it’s important to know a few tricks of the trade before you jump in.
Money from VeraniCARES initiative to provide warm meals to Haverhill area community
Planning on selling your home, but think that it’s better to wait until fall to list it? You may want to reconsider. There are substantial benefits to putting your home on the market right now, and those ideal conditions may change by the time September rolls around.
What to consider when buying your second home in the Granite State.
Verani Realty agents give back across the region in unique ways to help their communities
Many first-time homebuyers mistakenly believe that unless they have saved for a substantial down payment, they don’t stand a chance at buying a home. But, you should know that there are programs that allow you buy with little to no money down.
Many communities in New Hampshire are growing. Spurred by investment opportunities, commercial development, and the resulting surge of employment and residential housing demands, many cities and towns are growing faster than others throughout the Granite State.
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