Category Archives: NH Waterfront Home For Sale

New Hampshire Seacoast Living

Portsmouth, New Hampshire “One of the top five best places to live in America” That’s what Money Magazine dubbed Portsmouth New Hampshire.  That’s quite an honor, and a great distinction for people when considering a move to Portsmouth. We have so much to offer both residents and visitors alike.  As a matter of fact, many […]


How to Sell Your Home During Back-to-School Season: A Complete Guide

As summer draws to a close, so dawns every parent’s favorite season: the beginning of another school year. This time of year can be hectic for every parent, but it may become especially overwhelming if you’re also trying to sell your home. Don’t worry, though! We’re here to help. We’ve come up with a bonafide […]


Home Buying 101: The Service Providers You Need for Your Home Purchase

When it comes to buying a home, there are more things to consider than you may realize. After all, it’s a lot more complicated than walking into the grocery store to buy a gallon of milk! Buying a home is one of the biggest purchases the average person makes. As such, you can expect there […]


Welcome to 7 Greenacre Drive, York, Maine 03909 FOR SALE

7 Greenacre Dr, York, ME Price Reduced Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure Follow This Home! Search All New Hampshire Seacoast Homes For Sale Portsmouth NH Homes for Sale Portsmouth NH condos for Sale Rye NH Homes for Sale Exeter NH Homes for Sale Presented By: Ann & Jim RealtorsRE/MAX Shoreline603-436-1221Licensed In: NH […]


So, What Does a Realtor Actually Do for Home Buyers?

If you’re actively looking for a new home to buy, it may be tempting to try and do it yourself, without a Realtor. After all, the agent isn’t really working for you, right? Read below to find out what Realtors actually do for Home Buyers. There’s a common misconception that real estate agents are only […]


Sarah Mildred Long Bridge in Portsmouth, NH

This is the newly opened Sarah Mildred Long Bridge in Portsmouth, NH reflected in the north mill pond. The new bridge replaces one built in 1940. Portsmouth has 3 bridges across the Piscataqua River and harbor; the I-95 or High Bridge, this one, and the Memorial Bridge downtown. The Sarah Long bridge is locally know […]


5 Ways to Keep Your Home Secure While Selling It

Surrounding Areas and New Hampshire Home Sellers – It’s no exaggeration that selling your home keeps you busy. In the midst of staging, pricing, listing, and scheduling tours, it’s easy to overlook the details… like home security. After all, while selling your home, you’re probably allowing dozens of strangers to come inside for tours. And […]


5 Tips to Streamline Your Online Home Search

Who doesn’t love online shopping? You get to sit back in the comfort of your own home and browse fun things for sale on the internet. However, with online shopping comes hundreds of options from which to choose — and not all of them will work for you. The same goes for online shopping for […]


How to Make a Wants Vs. Needs List for Your Home Search

It’s spring, which means home buying season has officially arrived! If you’re on the hunt for a new home, chances are you’ve already thought about the features you’d like to have. However, one important part of searching for homes is making a distinction between your needs and your wants. Needs are amenities or features you […]


First Day of Spring in Portsmouth New Hampshire

Spring in Portsmouth, New Hampshire : Looking past the cold of 29 degree’s and seeing the beauty of Portsmouth, New Hampshire on this vernal equinox or first day of Spring. It is that time when the day and night are exactly the same number of hours with 12 light hours and 12 dark hours. The […]


Staging Shortcuts That Sabotage Your Home Sale

Home staging is a major player in a home sale. How your home looks, feels, and even smells can influence buyers’ decisions, so it’s important to present your home in the best light. Cleaning, decluttering, and rearranging furniture are essential to preparing your home for showings, but it can be tempting to take a few […]


Do you know where home buyers come from?

Do you know where home buyers come from? When we list a house for sale we know who the most likely buyer for that house are based on their demographic data and also where they likely live now. The National Association of Realtors publishes annually a “Profile of Buyers and Sellers”. The statistics to compile […]


What’s Your Style? 5 Popular Architectural Styles to Consider for Your Dream Home

Dream homes around the country have one thing in common: amazing architecture. From Greek Revival to Modern, we’re breaking down the most popular architectural styles in America to help you discover your own dream home. 1. Greek Revival Homes Popular during the 1820s, ’30s, and ’40s, Greek Revival takes inspiration from the ornate temples of […]


Market Square In Downtown Portsmouth, NH

When a snowstorm meets the already beautiful downtown Portsmouth, NH at Market Square. Graced by the magnificent historic North Church the perfectly snow capped buildings bring a mesmerizing touch that you just cannot look away from. Right in front, someone built a snowman and it makes you smile. It’s such a peaceful sight that many […]


New Hampshire Prescott Park Photo of The Day

New Hampshire Prescott Park – NH Photo Gallery Through the fence posts you can see Piscataqua River and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard beyond that. The sun just seems to make the snow glisten even more. Here, along the New Hampshire Coast we love making pit stops and capturing these moments on camera. Our beautiful waterfront […]