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Pearl Harbor Day December 7th 2019 |Portsmouth NH

“Yesterday, December 7th, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” Those words began US President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s speech to Congress as he asked for a Declaration of War against Japan. 78 years ago today, Portsmouth NH […]


The 5 Emotional Stages of Buying Your First Home

Ask anyone you meet and they’ll likely recall vivid details about their first roller coaster ride, their first day of school, or their first kiss. A first home purchase is no different! While buying your first home comes with its fair share of ups and downs, it will ultimately be an enjoyable experience you’ll remember […]


2020 Vision: The Top Home Features You Can Expect to See Next Year

The year is winding down fast, and with the upcoming rush of the holidays, it’ll be 2020 before you know it. With a new year comes new trends, and you can expect a number of home design shake-ups both big and small. Here are the top home features that are sure to be priorities for […]


The Most Exciting Downtown Portsmouth Vintage Christmas Yet!

Looking for a way to get in the holiday spirit in Portsmouth, NH? Then you won’t want to miss the 15th Annual Downtown Portsmouth Vintage Christmas. Even if you’ve been in years past, you’ll definitely still want to stop by Market Square at some point during the month of December—this year’s celebration promises to be […]


Tips for a Stress-Free Move with Your Pet

You’ve just bought a new home, and Fluffy and Fido are starting to worry about all the moving boxes going into the truck outside. Pets can easily become stressed during a move, which might cause them to lose their fur, become aggressive, or even run away.

Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to reduce your pet’s anxiety before, during, and after your move.


Should You Hire a Professional or DIY on Those Home Repairs?

To DIY or not to DIY? That’s the question on many homeowners’ minds when there’s a repair or home improvement project on their to-do lists. The good news is that you can do plenty of things on your own. But for other projects, you’re better off hiring a licensed contractor, plumber, or electrician to do the work for you.


Mark Your Calendar for the New Hampshire Fall Festival!

Fall in New Hampshire is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Crisp fall mornings, dazzling displays of fall colors, charming Downtowns bedecked in seasonal decor… it’s a time of year that absolutely deserves to be celebrated. And there’s no better way to honor this magnificent season than with the New Hampshire Fall Festival. Here’s what you need […]


Kicking Clutter to the Curb: Transform Your Home with These 4 Decluttering Tips

We’ve all been there. One day, you look around your house, and there’s just So. Much. Stuff. Stuff in boxes, stuff on the walls, stuff in the corners—just…stuff. If you’re gearing up to sell your home, you’re going to have to deal with all that accumulated clutter eventually. Luckily, there are plenty of simple strategies for getting the job done! 


Don’t Miss This Totally Charming North Hampton Home

Looking for a home that’s the perfect blend of country cozy and city convenience? Love the idea of carefree single-story living? Ready to move in and start enjoying the fun and active Seacoast lifestyle? Then you’ll definitely want to take a look at this charming North Hampton home! Here’s everything you’ll love about 10 Hillside […]


450 Ideas To Help Your Home Sell Faster!

450 ideas to help your home sell faster

Outdoors:  Be sure your lawn and shrubbery are kept trimmed at all times. Consider removing overgrown trees and shrubs that hide the house from the street. Keep the garage doors down, according to the window installation lincoln ne, energy-efficient double glazed windows can benefit your property. Find out how. For a touch of color, have […]


The Four Most Common Red Flags to Look for During Your Walkthrough

A new home is a big financial investment. Not only will you likely be pouring a lot of your savings into the purchase, but you’ll also be choosing a place to call home for years to come. The last thing you want is to spend all of that time and money only to discover a […]


Up Your Home’s Resale Value with These 5 Outdoor DIY Projects

Spring is here, and summer is closer than ever. That makes it a great time to get outside and spruce up your home’s exterior, so you can increase home value following diverse tips online. If you’re planning on selling your home soon, a little outdoor maintenance can go a long way. In fact, here are five […]


Saving up for a New Home? Here Are All the Costs You Need to Know

Once you’ve found the perfect home and secured the loan, all that’s left to do is start chipping away at those mortgage payments…right? In actuality, there are a handful of other, often-overlooked expenses that come with buying a home, but as long as you know what you’re getting into, they’re plenty manageable. Take a look […]


Showcase Your Seacoast Home & Sell for More

If you want your home to sell, buyers have to see it. Bottom line. If you want to sell it for more than you paid for it, buyers have to be impressed. But before a buyer will even walk through your front door, they’ve got to be impressed online—because that’s how home shopping is done […]


How to Get the Most Money When Selling Your Seacoast Home

Selling a home requires some planning, preparation, and know-how, especially if you want to maximize the return on your valuable investment. Selling a home on the Seacoast of Maine or New Hampshire is no different—it takes time and effort, home selling experience, and definitely some market savvy to get the most for your home And […]