81 years ago today, Portsmouth, NH residents heard a news flash on the radio that the Japanese were attacking our Naval base at Pearl Harbor. That marked the U.S. entrance into World War II.
The story below is reposted again with permission from a good friend of mine, and fellow Realtor, Saul Klein, whose father was actually at Pearl Harbor during the attack.
When it comes to what’s happening in the housing market, there’s a lot of confusion going around right now. You may hear one thing in conversation with your friends, see something totally different on the news, and read something on social media that contradicts both of those thoughts.
If you’re unsure about where home prices are heading, it’s understandable. Some folks, and a lot of news outlets, are saying that prices are going down, but the actual data tells a different story.
No homes for sale? Look again. If you’re looking to buy a home on the New Hampshire Seacoast you need to have the latest information on the housing market.
When it comes to waterfront living, the New Hampshire Seacoast stands out as a gem. Nestled in the embrace of the Atlantic Ocean, this region boasts a unique blend of oceanfront properties, lakeside retreats, riverfront sanctuaries, and serene pondside homes.
The new year is right around the corner, and you might be wondering if 2024 will be the right time to buy or sell a home.
For more than 79 years, Veterans Affairs (VA) home loans have helped millions of veterans buy their own homes. If you or someone you care about has served in the military, it’s essential to learn about this program and its advantages.
In today’s fast-paced world, the dynamics of family living have evolved. With changing economic landscapes and societal norms, multi-generational homes have become increasingly popular. A multi-generational home, defined as a residence where two or more adult generations live under one roof, offers many advantages. If you are considering buying a home in the charming city […]
Invest in Yourself by Owning a Home Are you wondering if it makes sense to buy a home right now? While today’s mortgage rates might seem intimidating, here are two compelling reasons why it may still be a good time to become a homeowner. Home Values Appreciate Over Time There’s been a lot of confusion around what’s happened with home […]
The September market statistics are out for Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Read on to see the latest Portsmouth property trends. The average price for a Portsmouth single-family home in September was $628,156, that’s a 26.8% decrease from the same time period in 2022. The Portsmouth condo average was $$1,030,245, a 9.8% jump from September 2022. There […]
Experts Project Home Prices Over The Next 5 Years. What does that mean for you?
Waiting to buy a home in Portsmouth, NH could prove to be a costly mistake.
Four Reasons To Buy A Portsmouth, NH Home Today!
Property fraud is when someone uses a false identity to change the ownership of a property from your name to their name. Once they have the property in their usually false name, they can use the equity in your property as collateral and get as many loans as possible using your property as security.
To truly understand the Portsmouth, NH, real estate market, consulting trusted local experts like Jim Lee and Ann Cummings of RE/MAX Shoreline is crucial. Their in-depth knowledge and experience can shed light on critical factors beyond the median price.
Housing Market Forecast for the second half of 2023 We’re over halfway through 2023 now so let’s take a look at what’s happened in the first half of the year and make some predictions for what the Portsmouth, NH housing market for the rest of the year might look like. Home price Forecast for single-family […]