Hudson is a widely loved city nested on the border of New Hampshire and Massachusetts. It’s known for being an ideal Granite State suburb of Boston and continues to gain popularity due to its convenient location. It’s a quick trip to Lowell, Worcester, Boston and surrounding areas making it a great choice for commuters.
Choosing Your Ideal Maine Getaway Home
The diversity of Maine Real Estate, and how to find your perfect fit.
Making the decision to sell your home isn’t always an easy one and can be stressful and
overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! Once you have made the decision to move, you might
find yourself asking “how do I sell my home?” So, here’s your complete guide on how to sell
your home in New Hampshire.
So you’re looking at homes for sale in Massachusetts, what a great place to live! Whether you’re moving to, from, or within MA, buying a home comes the dreaded process of physically moving all of your belongings. Moving can be physically demanding and mentally draining, so at times like these, it pays to have a professional helping you with the heavy lifting, both figuratively and literally! When searching for homes for sale in MA, it can be tough to also find reliable and trustworthy movers at the same time. So we’ve come up with a list of the best movers in MA to help ease the moving process.
There’s a slew of “Boston Suburbs” that exists in New Hampshire. One such municipality is Salem, NH, which sits right on the border of the Granite State and Massachusetts. In recent years we’ve seen a boom of buyers moving to Salem, NH. Living in Salem, NH has long been a destination for people wishing to position themselves in a sales-tax-free state that’s close to bigger cities such as Boston, MA. However, we’d be remiss to not give the community its due in being a city of opportunity in and of itself. Salem, NH’s town seal offers the motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," which serves as a perfect backdrop for the community's unique assets - location, accessibility, unspoiled natural resources, and a pro-business attitude. Salem mixes small town, rural living with the advantages offered by a city. We’ve narrowed down our top reasons to move to Salem, NH, and here are our top 3.
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.
Attending an open house is an exhilarating part of the home buying process-- after all, imagining yourself living different styles of beautiful homes is quite fun. But don’t let the staged decor and lovely candles distract you from what you really need to know about the home: here’s our checklist of what to look for at open houses:
Similar to how clothing trends of the past make a revival in modern fashion, recent home design and decor trends have given new life to previously outdated vintage and retro styles.
Here’s our list for the Best Home Decor Trends Making a Major Comeback
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.
There’s a slew of “Boston Suburbs” that exist in New Hampshire. One such municipality is Salem, NH, which sits right on the border of the Granite State and Massachusetts. Living in Salem, NH has long been a destination for people wishing to position themselves in a sales tax-free state that’s close to “the big city.” However, we’d be remiss to not give the community it’s due in being a city of opportunity in and of itself. Salem, NH’s town seal offers the motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," which serves as a perfect backdrop for the community's unique assets - location, accessibility, unspoiled natural resources and a pro-business attitude. Salem mixes small town, rural living with the advantages offered by a city.