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The Top 5 Reasons You Need A REALTOR® For Your Next Real Estate Transaction.

You need a REALTOR® on your side for your next real estate transaction, whether you’re selling, buying, or both. Here are 5 of the top reasons REALTORS have local market knowledge Realtors have access to a wealth of information about the local real estate market, including recent sales data, pricing trends, and neighborhood insights. This […]



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 […]




Don’t Let The Latest Portsmouth, NH Home Price Headlines Confuse You

Home prices are alive and well in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Based on what you’re hearing in the news about home prices, you may be worried they’re falling. But here’s the thing. The headlines aren’t giving you the full picture. If you look at the national data for 2023, home prices actually showed positive growth for the year. While this varies […]



Pearl Harbor Day 7 December 1941

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.








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