We all saw the 2021 summer surge in New Hampshire real estate, and because of that, a lot of potential buyers decided to wait out the heat of the summer market for a potential cool down in the fall. Now with fall in full swing, buyers are starting to look into the market and homes in NH once again. However, one of the main reasons for the market cooling down is strictly due to the seasonal change. It’s understandable that many buyers are not looking to move in the dead of winter with looming snowstorms, icy roads, and below freezing temps. But, moving in the winter has its benefits, especially on your wallet. So here are a few things to do and look for when moving to NH in the winter.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty Names Susan Post Vice President of Business Development and Relocation
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is proud to announce that Susan Post has been promoted to Vice President of Business Development and Relocation.
Towns in Southern New Hampshire are extremely desirable locations for many homeowners for numerous reasons, and Bedford, New Hampshire is no exception. With the many local amenities, proximity to major highways, and a highly ranked school system, it’s no wonder why Bedford is ranked #1 for Best Suburbs to Live in New Hampshire according to www.niche.com!
In 2020, we saw an influx of people put their home buying dreams on hold to wait out the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as we near the end of 2021, reports have shown a spike in home buying, especially in the metropolitan areas— perhaps as buyers take advantage of the low mortgage rates. We are also seeing a great number of people relocating from out of the city, resulting in many of the coveted luxurious properties finally becoming available. While homes for sale in Massachusetts saw an immense surge in the summer months of 2021, we are now starting to see a bit of a seasonal shift in the market. As the colder weather rolls in, the market inevitably slows down a bit. With the seasonal dip and low-interest rates, it makes it a great time for buyers to look for homes for sale in Massachusetts.
Recently, the seacoast area of New Hampshire is one of the most sought-after locations in the state. Buying a beach home or vacation home is in high demand, and people come to the area only to be a short walk away from the waves and everything else that comes with living near the coast. Not to mention the friendly neighborhoods and the career opportunities in the area, it’s worth joining the market. That’s why we’ve been seeing an influx of buyers interested in homes for sale in Hampton, NH.
Affordable housing in Southern New Hampshire may seem like a thing of the past, but there are some great alternatives to the popular towns that have seen price surges in this fierce market. Southern New Hampshire has become a popular choice for homebuyers due to its accessibility to surrounding states such as Massachusetts and Maine, no sales tax, and overall beautiful surroundings. To narrow down your search for affordable homes in Southern New Hampshire, we’ve created our top 3 towns for you to look into.
There are some big selling points to New Hampshire, the four distinctive seasons, the stunning foliage, gorgeous white mountains, a small, but vibrant seacoast, and of course the state’s very popular Lakes Region. New Hampshire’s Lakes Region draws in thousands of tourists and vacationers to enjoy the stunning lakes, sunshine, and beautiful lakeside towns. Now, you truly can’t go wrong with any New Hampshire lake town, but today, we’re focused on Wolfeboro, NH!
Now more than ever people are picking up and trading in big cities and urban areas for more quiet and rural living. One of the more popular states homebuyers seem to be flooding to is Vermont - and for good reason! Vermont offers a little bit of everything, from a wide variety of entertainment, small-town living, delicious dining, and outdoor activity in every season. There are a million reasons you should buy a home in Vermont, but here are our top 5.
Londonderry, NH - October 18, 2021 - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty hosted its annual VeraniCARES Food Drive throughout the month of September. With the help of agents, staff, and clients, Verani Realty was able to more than double its non-perishable food contribution over last year, and help raise awareness for the New Hampshire Food Bank, Merrimack Valley Food Bank, Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine, SHARE Outreach, and Meredith Food Pantry.
Thinking about moving to the New Hampshire seacoast? We’re here to help you get started on your real estate journey to ensure your first step, is the right step. Finding the perfect place to put down roots can sometimes be a challenging process, but we are here for you! There are a lot of great cities and towns in New Hampshire, but one of the most popular areas right now, especially for tourists and potential homebuyers, is the Seacoast.