Friday, August 23rd, 2019
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!
Friday, August 16th, 2019
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.
Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
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.
Tuesday, June 25th, 2019
Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been a hot destination due to its diverse dining options, historical charm, boutique local shopping and picturesque coastal scenery. Being an active port and beach town, Portsmouth sees peak tourist volume in the summer months, specifically July and August. This beautiful area offers a small city-like feel with walkability to local attractions, community events, and beautiful architecture. Settled in 1623, Portsmouth is the third oldest town in the United States – and those living in Portsmouth fight to preserve and protect their town’s incredible history. With preserved buildings, museums, and walking tours, it’s easy to enjoy all the charm and history this town has to offer.
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
Milford, New Hampshire is a suburban town situated in Hillsborough County on the Souhegan River. Milford is located at the junction of New Hampshire’s Route 13 and 101A making travel to surrounding areas easy and accessible making it an ideal and sought-after location to lay down roots. With just over 15,000 people calling Milford, NH home this town is bustling with activity and tons of different things to do.
Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
Moultonborough, New Hampshire is a quintessential part of the Granite State’s Lakes Region. Nestled in Carroll County, Moultonborough is bordered by Lake Winnipesaukee to the southwest and Squam Lake to the northwest. With a population of just over 4,000 residents, this small lake town is the perfect retreat to escape from the day to day hustle. Moultonborough, NH has a great mix of permanent residents and seasonal residents, making the summer months their most populated time of the year.
Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
New Hampshire offers a variety of different landscapes, which is what makes it such an amazing place to live. With mountains, lakes, and seacoast, our small state is the perfect retreat in every season. With summer right around the corner we find ourselves flocking to the surrounding seacoast beach towns. The seacoast offers a variety of towns that touch the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean, including Dover, Durham, Exeter, Greenland, North Hampton, Hampton, New Castle, Portsmouth, Rye, and Stratham. All ranging from small fishing towns to bustling and vibrant port cities, New Hampshire’s seacoast offers its own distinct style of living.
Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
Situated in Belknap County lies the town of Laconia, New Hampshire, a sought-after community in the heart of the state’s Lakes Region. Covering a total of 26.6 square miles, over 6 square miles consists of water. Laconia has four major bodies of water found within its limits, Lake Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam Lake, Opechee Bay and Paugus Bay. This popular lake town was established in 1855 and is home to just over 16,000 residents. With 55% of residents owning and 45% renting, it’s a wonderful mix of young professionals, families, and retirees. Real estate for sale in Laconia, NH has a median listing price of approximately $213,000, making living in Laconia a draw due to its affordability. Waterfront homes in Laconia are also extremely popular due to the diversity of the different lakes that touch the town.
Thursday, April 18th, 2019
Nestled in Rockingham County lies Epping, New Hampshire. A small rural town originally part of Exeter, NH, one of the four original New Hampshire townships, but settled as their own town in 1741. Once settled, Epping was named after Epping Forest, a suburb of London, England. With a population of approximately 7,000 residents, this town is a hot spot for a lot of young professionals and families to plant roots.
Thursday, April 11th, 2019
Located in Rockingham County, Exeter, New Hampshire offers suburban living with a short drive to the coast and Portsmouth, NH. This seacoast town provides residents a walkable and beautiful downtown with scenic views of the Squamscott River. With a diverse population around 15,000 people, young families, millennials, and seniors alike call Exeter, NH home.