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What Do Those Home Selling Terms Even Mean?

Home Selling Terms-  Real estate lingo can be hard to decipher because, well, there’s so much of it! It might even seem like your Realtor is speaking another language. From fancy acronyms to words like “escrow” and “riders,” there are a lot of terms out there that might seem totally foreign. But that doesn’t mean […]


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 […]


The Most Popular Features in Multimillion-Dollar Properties

Ever wonder why some homes sell for millions of dollars? As different as each listing might be, many share a number of common features that are known to bolster home values. If you’re on the hunt for your dream home, some of these features could be yours! Don’t worry about breaking the bank; prioritizing your […]


Weathervanes Along Portsmouth New Hampshire

Weathervanes along Portsmouth  – Portsmouth, New Hampshire is rich with history, beautiful landscapes and buildings. No matter where you meander to along the coast, its beauty is captivating and leaves you wanting more. One of the things we like to do is explore and photograph the unique finds that bring a piece of history back […]


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 […]


Sunsets Along Portsmouth NH

Living here on the coast of NH, we have lots of water all around us, and we get to enjoy beautiful sunsets. The fiery part of this sunset was to the left not seen in this photo, and you can see the sun’s pink reflections in the clouds beyond this dock and in the water.