Selecting your commercial real estate Advisor starts with knowing what to look for. It’s important to research potential Advisors and their firm, then prepare questions that will reveal their experience, communication skills, strategies, and knowledge of the national and local marketplace. Set the expectations for the Advisor by sharing your goals and objectives.
As a buyer, the condition of and the materials used on the roof of a home are something you need to know before you buy. Some materials are more prone to issues than others, some problems are minor, and some repairs may be extensive – like needing a whole new roof – so it pays to know some basic facts.
Have your heart set on buying an older home, but think it will be impossible to “go green” if you do? Think again. It may require compromise and prioritizing what you want to accomplish, but there are easy ways to make an older home more energy efficient and environmentally friendly.
They say everything is bigger in Texas, so it’s appropriate that at the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices sales convention in San Antonio, Verani Realty had an outsized performance. The company as a whole, its Londonderry, New Hampshire, headquarters, and commercial real estate agent Tom Duffy were recognized as among the best of the best in the network for 2017.
There are certain expenses that are required when buying a house, like legal and inspection fees, but some first-time homeowners waste their hard-earned money paying for items that aren’t necessary. As a new homeowner, you need to prioritize what matters and plan your budget accordingly.
Living on the water is a dream for many families, and thanks to the state’s diverse natural landscape, searching for waterfront homes in New Hampshire doesn’t have to be a nightmare. Other lakeside or seaside hotspots may come with tradeoffs, like crowding, traffic, or loud tourists, but in New Hampshire, it’s still possible to find the perfect property and carve out your slice of serene. Here are four areas in New Hampshire our real estate agents and relocation professionals recommend when deciding where to center your search for a waterfront property in NH.
If you are looking to buy or sell property that will be used to produce income, you’re probably dealing with commercial real estate. Surprised? You’re not alone. Commercial real estate has its own language and acronyms to learn and sometimes definitions are not as simple as they seem. It may appear that buying or developing, say, an elderly housing community or an apartment building is not “commercial” because of the way most people interpret the word. We hear "commercial" and think it represents only big business and industry. You hear commercial and you may picture a warehouse. But it really encompasses so much more.
If you are getting ready to move, there are many logistics to think about, including who to help you deliver all of your possessions safely to your new home. Hiring a moving company to do the heavy lifting may make the move much easier, but only if you do your homework and choose a reputable moving company.
While Massachusetts may not be the first place you think of when dreaming of a locale for a perfect waterfront property, the Bay State is home to all sorts of waterfront homes. Along with its more than 3,000 lakes and ponds, Massachusetts has 192 miles of coastline dotted with quaint fishing villages, summertime hotspots, and beachy locales – many of which are just a short drive from Boston. But if you’re not sure which area is the future location of your “happy place,” this walkthrough of different waterfront areas – housing dreamlike homes for sale in Massachusetts – is a great way to dive in.