Buying a condo vs. house. There’s a good chance you’ve had this thought before if you’ve ever considered purchasing real estate here in New Hampshire, or anywhere really. There are unique benefits to both, and really, you can’t go wrong with either depending on your situation. Buying a condo vs. a house is a question that arises at a few different times in your personal buying cycle. Some people wonder if a condo is the way to go as their first property – to ease themselves into the responsibility of owning real estate.
Londonderry, NH - August 8, 2018 - We are excited to announce that Kevin Tengan has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty as Director of Marketing. Tengan will oversee all aspects of the company's marketing strategies in New Hampshire, Northern Massachusetts, and Maine.
So, you’re thinking about making a move. You’re either nearing retirement age, or are newly retired and thinking to yourself, ‘I’d like to look into the benefits of purchasing a home in a 55+ community in New Hampshire.’ Quite frankly, the benefits are vast. Whether you’re looking for a change of pace, are looking to cut down on manual outdoor tasks that you’re faced with in a traditional stand-alone property, or are looking to network with a similarly aged demographic, the 55+ communities in NH have much to offer.
You may think that the first thing buyers notice about your home is its size, the layout of the floorplan, or even those shiny new appliances in your kitchen. The truth is that a buyer’s first impression is often set by things that sellers don’t think about.