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 […]
Learn how to save on mortgage payments whether buying or selling. The details are below. In Trulia’s recent report, Rent vs. Buy: Roommate Edition, they examined the impact that renting with a roommate has in determining whether it is more expensive to rent or buy. The study explains: “Since we started keeping track in 2012, it’s […]
We just love having the opportunity to share with you good news about the US housing market and this is one of those weeks! Evidently, according to a recent article we were reading, sales of newly built homes as well as home prices in general saw some great increases during the month of April, further […]
Today is “King Tide” day in Portsmouth New Hampshire. A King Tide is the highest tide of the year and usually occurs around a full moon. King Tide today in Portsmouth was around 12:30 PM. This is what the same scene looks like at low tide PREP (Piscataqua Region Estauries Partnership) is once again hold […]
Today is December 7th, 2011. 70 years ago at this time Japan was attacking our American Naval Base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii. Following is a recollection of that day’s events from a then young sailor that was actually there during the attack. Used with permission of good friend and fellow Realtor Saul Klein, the son of this sailor.
One of the many great things about living in the Portsmouth NH and New Hampshire Seacoast is the area’s natural beauty all around. Being on the coast there’s naturally the ocean but there are also many other areas and sights to see worthy of note………..or a photograph or two. Here’s today’s offerings. It appears in […]
We talk daily to potential homebuyers in the Portsmouth New Hampshire and other NH and southern Maine Seacoast areas. One common question we get is: “Do you think prices have hit bottom yet?” Not having a crystal ball we can’t answer that question accurately nor can anyone else. One thing we can say with accuracy […]
The moon was full last night which was a good reason to join Portsmouth radio station WXQR and their monthly Portsmouth Harbor Cruise. This is a very cool two and half hour boat ride from the Isles of Shoals Steamship Company dock on Market Street near downtown Portsmouth to out past the harbor entrance and into the Atlantic Ocean.