Living Rural In New Hampshire

Friday, November 15th, 2019
Verani Realty

Living Rural in New Hampshire

We can all agree that life can get busy with the hustle and bustle of everyday work, home, and family. With more people trying to escape the daily rush of life, it’s no wonder rural living is becoming a more popular option for potential home buyers. Rural areas or the countryside typically have a low population density and small settlements located outside towns and cities - whatever is not urban is considered rural. Rural living is a very quiet way of life, with homes and businesses spaced out geographically. Luckily, when looking for rural New Hampshire real estate, it can be found in abundance. With so many nestled in the hills and the mountains of New Hampshire, if you don’t know what you’re looking for you may miss them! We’ve gathered a list of some of our favorite places that offer rural real estate for sale. Keep on reading!

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Spotlight City: Your Guide to Homes in Kittery, ME

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Verani Realty

Nestled in the southernmost corner of Maine, in York County, lies Kittery, ME. Incorporated in 1647, Kittery is considered the “oldest incorporated town in Maine”. Inhabited by early English settlers, Kittery received its name from a town founder, Alexander Shapleigh, and his family home of Kittery Court. Today, Kittery, ME is a bustling tourist town just over the border of New Hampshire. Home to just under 10,000 residents, Kittery spans over 75 square miles, 57 of which is water and only 18 is land based. 

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How to Find Foreclosures Near You

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Verani Realty

It’s no secret that the housing market is a bit high right now. With a shortage of homes on the market and the current housing demand making the asking prices rise, you may be considering other, less expensive options. Foreclosures, for example, are a less expensive option. Foreclosures are reasonably priced properties that have been seized by the bank because the previous owners did not keep up with their payments. So in turn, they can sell these properties for a lesser price than if the original homeowners were to sell it. If you’re new to exploring the foreclosure option we’re here to help, so read on!

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How to Find a Realtor Near You

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Verani Realty

When it comes to buying or selling a home, we all know that it can be a long and sometimes stressful process. So we enlist the help of a Real Estate Agent to help represent our interests. However, sometimes it can be difficult to find the right agent to fit your needs and goals. We’re here to help you find a Realtor near you, and one that fits your personal needs. So we’ve compiled a checklist to make sure you’re getting everything in an agent you’ll need. 

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Your Guide to the New Hampshire Real Estate Market

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
Verani Realty

The New Hampshire real estate market has held a steady increase since 2012 in median sale price and number of sales. With all the amenities New Hampshire has to offer, the popularity in home buying has increased, in fact, the length of time the average home stays on the market has fallen every year since 2012. Like any state, New Hampshire has its “hot towns”, that are very sought after by many residents and home buyers. New Hampshire’s hot towns include Bedford, Windham, and Meredith, to name a few. However, with the popularity comes the price tag. We realize that these towns may not be attainable to everyone, so we’re here to provide you a list of towns that surround the “hot towns”. Giving you the affordability but the proximity to your desired area. 

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Living in Massachusetts has skyrocketed in popularity over the past few years, especially around the capitol, Boston. Living in Massachusetts is understandably popular due to its four distinctive seasons, many prestigious higher educational institutions, the sports culture and how it unifies their fans into family. However homes in Boston, MA and around can have a price tag that is shocking to most. However, living in Massachusetts doesn’t have to break the bank. We’re here to tell you about the five most affordable places to live in Massachusetts. 

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Living on the Water’s Edge: Portsmouth, NH

Friday, August 30th, 2019
Verani Realty

When the summer months roll in, we find ourselves flocking to surrounding beach towns, especially Portsmouth, NH. Portsmouth is a popular seacoast town in New Hampshire and the third oldest town in the entire United States. Settled in 1623 the town of Portsmouth comes with a long and rich history filled with charm and character around every corner. Money Magazine even dubbed Portsmouth, NH as “One of the Top Five Best Places to Live in America.” 

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New Hampshire and Massachusetts are close in proximity, but differ greatly in a lot of ways. If you’re thinking of relocating to New England or just having a hard time deciding between the two states, we’re here to help! Although we’re a little biased to both states, as they’re both very amazing, we promise to give you a full and complete pro and cons list of New Hampshire versus Massachusetts, so you can decide which state fits your lifestyle more. We’ll kick it off with New Hampshire, so read on!

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Living in New Hampshire has grown in popularity based on what the state has to offer - which is a little bit of everything. Four distinctive seasons, free of sales tax, a variety of beautiful landscapes, and hundreds of family friendly communities. Due to all of these amazing qualities, the cost of living in NH can be a bit high in some locations, turning people off to this incredible state. However, we’re here to help you find the most affordable places to live in New Hampshire. 

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Spotlight City: Why We Love the Homes in Alton, NH

Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
Verani Realty

Situated in Belknap County, Alton, New Hampshire is a town in the Lakes Region next to Lake Winnipesaukee. Sprawled out among 82 square miles, Alton, NH is made up of both land and water area, about 63 square miles makes up the land area and 19 square miles is water. Just over 5,300 people call Alton home but there is an influx in population in the summer months as it is a hot spot for vacationers. 

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