If you are a renter, you probably worry that your landlord will eventually hike up the monthly rent payment to more than your budget will allow. Fact is, rental prices have been going nowhere but up for the last few years.
Limited inventory and rising home prices have some potential buyers considering a viable solution they may have ignored when they first began searching – buying a fixer-upper. Some of these homes simply need a little fixing, which is a great option, and others may need a lot of repair, which is riskier.
The freezing temperatures of winter have settled into the Granite State, and that means your water pipes may be vulnerable to costly damages. Water expands as it freezes, and the incredible pressure of this expansion could be too much for metal or plastic pipes.
The Amherst, NH Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty team made the rounds in their local communities.
Everyone has had that moment of uncertainty, standing in a store in front of a rainbow of paint swatches looking to choose a color. With so many options, how are you supposed to know if you are selecting the right color and shade for your room?
Your entryway gives an important first impression to a potential buyer. What they first notice upon entering your home can instantly determine how they feel about your property. You need to ensure your entryway makes a positive impact.
Real estate in general is seen as a more attractive investment right now, but should you consider buying a vacation property in winter? It is actually wiser to shop for a vacation home now. Here are three reasons why you should consider buying now:
The holidays have a way of expanding our waistlines and shrinking our bank accounts and available credit. If you are guilty of overindulging, particularly when it comes to spending on gifts, there are ways to get back on track.
Many homeowners do who don't live directly in a city have private septic systems and if you are one of them you should know that there are ways to care for your system that goes beyond getting the tank pumped. There are things you can do that support beneficial bacteria growth and prevents water overload.