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Buy Your Next Portsmouth, NH Home With A Bridge Loan

A bridge loan is a temporary loan that helps “bridge” a gap for you. It can allow you to buy a new home before you sell your old one. You can borrow money based on the equity in your current home to use for the down payment on your new home. Then, when you sell your old home, you can use the money to pay off the bridge loan.


Portsmouth, New Hampshire Single Family Homes

Price history To look at the history of single-family home sales in Portsmouth, New Hampshire I went back 19 years to get a good timeline of what’s been happening with prices. The chart above represents the median sales price of single-family Portsmouth homes from January 2005 through February 2024. The median price means that half […]







2023 is Here; What Will Portsmouth, NH Real Estate Look like?

Real estate is always a hot topic of conversation. We’ve talked to fellow experts, including other Realtors, lenders, and economists, to get the best sense of what the 2023 Portsmouth, NH real estate market will look like. We also looked into our real estate crystal ball to ensure we covered all the bases. We all […]




What to Expect in the 2022 Real Estate Market

What Buyers and Sellers Need to Know About the 2022 Housing Market

In the final few weeks of 2021, both home buyers and sellers look forward to what lies ahead in 2022. We can help build your strategy to stay competitive! Don’t wait for the real estate market to heat up during the spring and summer. Here’s what you need to know to get ahead of the competition next year.




4 Big Incentives for Homeowners to Sell Now

4 Big Incentives for Homeowners to Sell Now The housing market keeps sailing along. The only headwind that could take it off course is the lack of inventory for sale. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reports that there were 410,000 fewer single-family homes for sale this March than in March of 2020. The key to continued success in […]


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