If you step outside on a cool October afternoon, you might just smell some pumpkin spice and freshly picked apples wafting through the air. That can only mean one thing: Halloween is just around the corner! And while this ghoulish holiday delights both kids and kids-at-heart, it also creates interesting staging opportunities for home sellers. […]
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Buyer Beware: 6 Red Flags That Could Spell Trouble for Homebuyers
Picture this: you’ve found a seemingly perfect home in just the right neighborhood. It has every single one of your must-haves, plenty of space, and even all of the features you want. But on the tour, your agent spots a few big problems, like a crack in the foundation or signs of water damage. Should […]
The New Hampshire real estate market is hot, overpriced homes are not.
Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter: Which Home Buying Season Is Best?
You’ve probably heard that spring and summer are the best seasons for home buying. After all, there’s more inventory on the market, and the warm weather is ideal for showings. However, the ongoing global health crisis has shattered the idea of the “peak home buying season” and left many potential buyers wondering if now is still the right time to make a move.
Don’t Miss Out on Buying Your Own Home on the New Hampshire Seacoast
Building Family Wealth is the #1 Financial Benefit of Owning Your Own Home!
While growing up, we were taught by our parents and grandparents that owning a home is a financially savvy move. They explained how a mortgage is like a “forced savings plan.” When you pay rent, that money is lost forever. When you make a mortgage payment, much of that money accumulates as equity in the home. So, what exactly is equity?
Portsmouth NH Homeowners |Take Advantage of Your Tax Benefits
With tax season approaching, are you aware of the potential tax benefits of homeownership? The biggest reason for buying homes in Portsmouth NH, and anywhere else, is for home and shelter. Did you also know that there are tax benefits when it comes to being a homeowner, too? Some are deductible only in the year […]