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5 Things Homeowners Need to Do to Prepare for Cold Weather

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017
Verani Realty

If you are new to homeownership, you may not realize that the arrival of cold weather means taking on a short to-do list of maintenance items if you wish to be well-prepared. In New England, the temperature can hover well below freezing for a sizable portion of winter, and preparation is key. Here are the top five things a homeowner should remember to do to help weather those cold snaps:

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Kristyn Nelson Selected for National re_think council

Monday, December 18th, 2017
Verani Realty

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty’s agent Kristyn Nelson has been elected to join Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ national re_think council, a premier, member-driven think tank in the real estate industry that is focused on sustainable success for current and future real estate agents. Re_think council members are nominated by their brokers and are recognized leaders within the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network.

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Verani Realty Regional Manager Maggie Kerkhoff and agent Steve White recently graduated from the New Hampshire Association of REALTORs (NHAR) Leadership Academy, an intensive one-year program designed to enhance the skills of members considering volunteer leadership positions within the association. Kerkhoff and White, along with their fellow graduates, were recognized during NHAR’s installation ceremony at the Sheraton Harborside in Portsmouth for its incoming President, Gerry O’Connell.

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How to Avoid Common Winter Home Safety Hazards

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Verani Realty

As a homeowner, it pays to recognize potential hazards that occur around a house during the winter season. Cold weather, holiday decorations and snow-cover all play a role in increasing safety risks this time of year. From fire hazards to air quality, it’s wise to take preventative steps to protect your investment and your family from danger.

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The holiday season has begun, and so has the home decorating.  Perhaps you always take holiday decorating to an elevated level – making your home the brightest, most noticeable house on the block. If your home is on the market, should you still be decorating and lighting up the neighborhood? The short answer is yes, but with some moderation.

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