Friday, September 13th, 2019
If you’re thinking about moving to the Granite State there are a lot of things to consider, including the price tag. Contrary to the state’s motto of “Live Free or Die,” you can’t quite live here for free. However, you can find a lot of locations where affordability is achievable. Although the cost of living in New Hampshire is higher compared to the average in the United States overall, New Hampshire offers great advantages such as its favorable tax policy.
Friday, September 6th, 2019
We know that people associate antique living or historical homes with “old” or “dated,” but we’re here to break that mold! Antique living can have some of the most stunning architectural features, charming details, and unique characteristics you will not find in modern day homes. Maine is a beautiful and historical state in the northern region of the United States. With the longest coastline in the country, Maine offers a variety of different homes on the coast as well as more inland. Antique homes in Maine are growing in popularity and we’re here to tell you why historical living is a great option to explore.
Friday, August 30th, 2019
When the summer months roll in, we find ourselves flocking to surrounding beach towns, especially Portsmouth, NH. Portsmouth is a popular seacoast town in New Hampshire and the third oldest town in the entire United States. Settled in 1623 the town of Portsmouth comes with a long and rich history filled with charm and character around every corner. Money Magazine even dubbed Portsmouth, NH as “One of the Top Five Best Places to Live in America.”
Friday, August 23rd, 2019
New Hampshire and Massachusetts are close in proximity, but differ greatly in a lot of ways. If you’re thinking of relocating to New England or just having a hard time deciding between the two states, we’re here to help! Although we’re a little biased to both states, as they’re both very amazing, we promise to give you a full and complete pro and cons list of New Hampshire versus Massachusetts, so you can decide which state fits your lifestyle more. We’ll kick it off with New Hampshire, so read on!
Friday, August 16th, 2019
Living in New Hampshire has grown in popularity based on what the state has to offer - which is a little bit of everything. Four distinctive seasons, free of sales tax, a variety of beautiful landscapes, and hundreds of family friendly communities. Due to all of these amazing qualities, the cost of living in NH can be a bit high in some locations, turning people off to this incredible state. However, we’re here to help you find the most affordable places to live in New Hampshire.
Friday, August 9th, 2019
Salem, New Hampshire is located in the southernmost region of the state in Rockingham County. Sitting right on the border of Massachusetts, Salem, NH is a sought after location for a lot of homebuyers and families for a variety of different reasons, such as location, its growing economy, and a top notch school district. If you’re considering relocating to Salem, and you’re curious about the Salem NH school district, stay tuned, we’ll fill you in!
Tuesday, July 16th, 2019
New England has some of the most sought after luxury real estate, with diverse landscapes, historical buildings and a wide variety of locations. You can find lakeside or seaside mansions, modern upscale condos, historic brownstones, or charming farmhouses with tons of acreage. No matter what your taste or location preference is, New England has the luxury home for you.
Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
Situated in Belknap County, Alton, New Hampshire is a town in the Lakes Region next to Lake Winnipesaukee. Sprawled out among 82 square miles, Alton, NH is made up of both land and water area, about 63 square miles makes up the land area and 19 square miles is water. Just over 5,300 people call Alton home but there is an influx in population in the summer months as it is a hot spot for vacationers.
Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
Manchester, NH or as the locals know it, The Queen City, is located in the southern part of the state. Home to over 111,000 residents, Manchester is the most populated city in New Hampshire and has a thriving small business community. Being the largest metropolitan city in the state, Manchester is a hot spot for a lot of all different kinds of home buyers. Buyers looking for single family homes, condos, high rise apartments, or duplexes, there’s something to fit every lifestyle.
Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019
When buying a home there are a lot of factors to consider, including location, price, and type of home. When it comes to first time home buyers, smaller families, or someone looking to downsize, condos and townhomes are a great option to consider.