There is so much to enjoy during the New England summer, but due to the region's northerly and coastal location, the summers are quite hot and humid- and with such a climate, comes a variety of pesky bugs. One of the biggest culprits known for ruining a good evening outdoors is the mosquito.
With the sunny days and warmer weather, summer is a great time to find and purchase your first new home. Sorting through all the information and making all the right decisions, however, can make the process seem daunting. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. We want to tell you about the top three common mistakes first-time home buyers make so you can avoid the pitfalls and make the best decision for you and your family.
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:
With the Covid-19 epidemic, you may have seen that many cherished New England festivals and events, such as The BIG E for example, have been cancelled and postponed until next year. As New Englanders with claim to the running joke that our four seasons are known as: Almost winter, winter, still winter. Road Construction., we are already well aware of the challenges our short-lived summers pose. The cancellation of many of our traditional and beloved New England summer festivals and events has left many disappointed and disheartened about the hope of enjoying summer this year.
Spotlight City: Why We Love Living in Nashua, NH
How important is it to love where you live? Considering your environment not only affects your physical and mental health but also your financial well-being, deciding where to call home is one of the most impactful decisions you can make. That being said, when it comes down to finally choosing the perfect city, Nashua, New Hampshire checks all ofall the must-have boxes.
Living in New England is a unique experience; we take pride in the quaint cities rich in history, the natural surroundings offering mountains, lakes and beaches, and the east coast culture that is completely its own.
At Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty, our commitment has always been to better the lives of our agents, clients, and community. Now more than ever, we are dedicated to maintaining the safety and well-being of our agents and clients while continuing to serve all of your real estate needs. We have taken the necessary steps to implement various safety protocols so we can continue to support you in your real estate endeavors. Our agents and staff are readily available by phone, email, and video conferencing platforms to provide the same high level of service you’ve come to expect.
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.