What's Up This Weekend | May 9th

Thursday, May 7th, 2020
Verani Realty

We’re in the midst of some very trying and unprecedented times, with events and regular entertainment on hold for the foreseeable future. A lot of people are taking extra precaution and staying in - but we’re all going a little stir crazy. So instead of highlighting events around New Hampshire and Massachusetts, we’re going to give you a few cleaning tips and tricks you wish you had all along!  

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Tips to Prepare Your Property For Fall Sale

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018
Verani Realty

We’re faced with four unique seasons here in the Northeast. With each season comes with its own set of challenges that pertain to selling a home. Today, let’s talk about prepping your home to go to market in the midst of autumn.

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What a Home Inspection May Not Tell You

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
Verani Realty

You can’t always tell at first glance if the home you are about to buy has hidden repair issues. This is why your Realtor will recommend hiring a certified home inspector to do a thorough check on the structure and major systems of the home before you prepare to close on any home.

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6 Things Buyers Notice that Leave a Bad Impression

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018
Verani Realty

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.

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6 Signs You Should Paint Your House Before You List It

Friday, July 27th, 2018
Verani Realty

When preparing to list their house, most sellers tackle a few clean-up or maintenance projects first. But did you know that painting your home’s exterior might be one of the most important tasks you can do to boost curb appeal?

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What Will Home Improvement Projects Cost?

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
Verani Realty

Many buyers want a move-in ready home, but with the tight market and New England’s older housing stock, it’s not always possible to purchase one. If everything you can afford needs a little updating, you need a general idea if you could realistically afford to make updates over time and eventually be happy with the home. While different contractors and the size and scope of projects will affect pricing, there are some basic averages you can look to when deciding if certain projects are feasible.

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What to Know About Private Septic and Water Systems

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018
Verani Realty

When you’re looking at homes, you may encounter a few properties on the market that have completely different types of mechanical systems than the others you’ve looked at. This can include anything from how the house gets its water supply to how bathroom waste is managed. Before you buy a home, it’s helpful to understand what types of water and septic systems are in place. If you’re shopping for rural homes, you may encounter private systems, like private wells for water and septic tanks.

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5 Home Repairs to Do After the Snow Melts

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018
Verani Realty

This past winter was a season of high winds, high water, lots of snow being plowed and sub-zero temperatures. As a result, your curb appeal might be a little worse for the wear. But, there are things you can do now that the snow has melted to give your home a visual boost and help potential buyers see all of its potential beauty. Take advantage of the warmer weather to fix these five common post-winter curb appeal issues.

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Can a Home Warranty Save You Money?

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018
Verani Realty

When considering whether to invest in a home warranty, you need to do your homework. Not all policies or providers are created equal, and you need to consider your motivation for taking out this insurance.

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Easy Ways to Make an Older Home More Energy Efficient

Monday, March 26th, 2018
Verani Realty

Have your heart set on buying an older home, but think it will be impossible to “go green” if you do? Think again. It may require compromise and prioritizing what you want to accomplish, but there are easy ways to make an older home more energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

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