In the summer and fall of 1905 US President Theodore Roosevelt brokered a peace treaty between Japan and Russia.
He brought both sides to Portsmouth New Hampshire to negotiate the terms of that treaty which became known as the The Treaty of Portsmouth of 1905. This historic treaty marked the formal end of the Russo-Japanese War and marked the beginning of a new era of diplomatic negotiations.
Today is Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 and on our Portsmouth New Hampshire real estate search there are some new and updated listings. Here’s a new condo listing at 525 Maplewood Avenue An updated listing at 273 Maplewood Avenue Another updated condo listing at 525 Maplewood Ave 300 Wentworth Road New Castle , NH And a […]
2011 is in the history books now so how did Portsmouth New Hampshire real estate sales compare against previous years?
Here’s the numbers for Portsmouth NH’s houses and condo sales for the past 10 years.
Anyone that knows me knows I love to cook having grown up around the restaurants my mom owned back in east Tennessee and then owning and managing restaurants for myself and others.
Beautiful wall to wall carpeting is an appealing feature in many Portsmouth, New Hampshire homes. However to keep your wall to wall carpeting in tip top shape and make it last longer, regular cleaning and maintenance is a must. One of the most critical areas of your wall to wall carpet to maintain is the […]
Today is a beautiful Tuesday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and a favorite day to hold real estate broker open houses. Broker opens as they’re commonly called are open houses for area real estate agents to preview homes for sale.
Where exactly is the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire? Here’s the answer to that question and how Seacoast NH real estate is doing.
The moon was full last night which was a good reason to join Portsmouth radio station WXQR and their monthly Portsmouth Harbor Cruise. This is a very cool two and half hour boat ride from the Isles of Shoals Steamship Company dock on Market Street near downtown Portsmouth to out past the harbor entrance and into the Atlantic Ocean.