Every time a home is sold, it has a tremendous financial impact on local economies. As the real estate market continues its recovery, it will act as a strong tailwind to the overall national economy. Click here for a great place to get started and bring back the economy.
New Hampshire may be reopening retail stores, salons, and golf courses, but social distancing remains extremely important. And our Virtual Home Selling Program makes it easier than ever to achieve your real estate goals… while keeping yourself and those around you safe. Here’s what you need to know about selling on the Seacoast these days.
So in answer to the question, “How is the market?” the market is robust now with high buyer demand and also frustrations among those buyers caused by not enough houses for sale. We’re hearing lots of stories from local Realtors about listing a home for sale and getting multiple offers in just a few days, many over the asking price.
Learn Why Pre-Approval Is the First Step in the 2020 Homebuying Journey When the number of buyers in Portsmouth, NH and the New Hampshire Seacoast housing market outnumbers the number of homes for sale, it’s called a “seller’s market.” The advantage tips toward the seller as low inventory heats up the competition among those searching for a place […]
Whether you’re heading down the street or to a new town, moving is always a tough transition. However, relocating across the country presents a whole new set of challenges you might not have considered. Picking up your life can be an exciting change, but it’s also a bit overwhelming. Need some help navigating the process? […]
You’ve just bought a new home, and Fluffy and Fido are starting to worry about all the moving boxes going into the truck outside. Pets can easily become stressed during a move, which might cause them to lose their fur, become aggressive, or even run away.
Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to reduce your pet’s anxiety before, during, and after your move.
To DIY or not to DIY? That’s the question on many homeowners’ minds when there’s a repair or home improvement project on their to-do lists. The good news is that you can do plenty of things on your own. But for other projects, you’re better off hiring a licensed contractor, plumber, or electrician to do the work for you.
Outdoors: Be sure your lawn and shrubbery are kept trimmed at all times. Consider removing overgrown trees and shrubs that hide the house from the street. Keep the garage doors down, it’ll help keep any unwanted critters out. This residential garage door installation service can help you repair your garage door if it is damaged. […]
Are you thinking of selling a home on the Seacoast of Maine or New Hampshire? Selling a home for a high price—and in a short amount of time—is all about making it stand out from the crowd and really WOWing your buyers. It takes staging, top-notch photography, and lots of internet presence. Need an example? […]
Last lot available on this wooded lane. Beautiful 0.92 lot for sale that is tucked away on a private road. Includes town water and is waiting for the perfect person or family to build their special home on. There are currently only 3 other homes on this lane. This lot features underground utilities and a […]
Love is in the air! We’re not talking about Valentine’s Day — we mean all of the buyers falling in love with your home thanks to these easy staging tips. From simple DIY projects to decor and decluttering pointers, these effortless staging tips will wow the next buyers that step through your front door. We’re […]