One of the most sought-after locations in New Hampshire is the seacoast area. Purchasing a home on the coastline is a hot commodity and people flock in to this housing market, just to be certain they’re a hop, skip, and a jump away from the waves and all else good that comes from living near (or directly next to) the ocean. All that said, are you thinking about moving closer to the coastline? More specifically, are you looking to make the move to one of the most coveted and popular places in the country, Hampton, New Hampshire?
So, you’re getting ready to purchase a new home. In general, there are a lot of good high-level questions to ask when buying a home in New Hampshire. There are also more specific, detail-oriented ones as well. When it comes to looking at, assessing, and purchasing a home, you want to make sure you’re covering all your bases. It is, after all, one of the most significant and costly investments you’ll make in your life.
When selling your home in the summer, you have the advantage of showing off your beautifully landscaped front yard, improving curb appeal with colorful flowers along the entry and staging your patio or deck to show off its benefits. But you also have some really hot weather that can make potential buyers feel uncomfortable while they look.
Are you nearing retirement age? Or, are you considering the best path to take to set yourself up for a fiscally solvent exodus from the workforce? We all want to retire eventually. And, the question looms – where is the best place to retire? On the surface, many folks would answer, “Florida.” It seems to be the defacto destination, but, the truth is, mindsets are changing.
How far would you go for your favorite local nonprofit? For Verani Realty agent Steve White, the answer was 24 stories into the air. White recently participated in Live United – Over the Edge, a joint fundraising effort with over 20 local nonprofits that involved rappelling 24 stories down the side of the Brady Sullivan Tower on Elm Street in Manchester. This was the second year in a row that a representative of Verani Realty has made the trip down the tower through VeraniCARES, Verani’s social development and philanthropy arm.
Many buyers want a move-in ready home, but with the tight market and New England’s older housing stock, it’s not always possible to purchase one. If everything you can afford needs a little updating, you need a general idea if you could realistically afford to make updates over time and eventually be happy with the home. While different contractors and the size and scope of projects will affect pricing, there are some basic averages you can look to when deciding if certain projects are feasible.
Are you thinking about moving the family to New Hampshire, and more specifically, looking to find realtors in Windham NH to help make the acquisition and transition as easy and seamless as possible? If you answered, “yes,” then chances are you’ve been actively scouring the classifieds – looking at real estate for sale in Windham NH. You also know that having a seasoned team of Windham realtors behind you is imperative, as the properties in this in-demand community are getting scooped up as soon as a listing hits the airwaves.
On the surface, finding and buying land for sale in New Hampshire, or anywhere for that matter, seems like an open and shut case. You identify a plot, negotiate your price with the seller, sign papers, close the deal, and stake your flag in the ground. Simple, right? Not so fast. Simply settling on a certain sized parcel of land is not the best way to go about things – especially here in the Granite State.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is proud to announce the recent successful completion of several notable commercial real estate transactions throughout New Hampshire.