From colonial monuments to a thriving tech scene, moving to The Commonwealth has something for everyone
You may be searching for your “forever home,” but it’s hard to predict if another move is in your future, whether by choice or by changing circumstances like getting a new job. So while you are searching for a home that meets your criteria, you should also consider how well it would do on the market should you need to sell. You don’t want to buy a home that would be difficult to sell, requires a very specific type of buyer, or puts you at risk of selling it at a loss.
How to begin your relocation to “Vacationland”
Many regard Maine as an iconic vacation spot, ripe with lobsters and blueberries, rocky shores, sandy beaches and lighthouses, the occasional Steven King sighting, and bottles of Moxie, the quirky, vintage soda with a more…acquired taste. But what if the vacation didn’t have to end?
Londonderry agents, Nashua office take home top honors of the evening
If this is the year you will become a landlord, there are some things to know and consider when choosing the right property for your needs. When investing in rental property it is wise to focus on all of the small details, not just the rent checks you anticipate cashing.
Is the timing right?
Find out why the Green Mountain State is the most popular state in the country for new movers and how to streamline your move to Vermont.
New Hampshire is a great choice for focusing your new home search, whether you have a large family that seeks a cape in a great school district, or are a single professional looking for access to a vibrant community to stay, work and play. Verani Realty's online property search catalog can help you begin browsing available inventory instantly. But how do you use it to search for New Hampshire homes that fit your needs? Our relocation specialists recommend starting with these key questions.
If you have been thinking about putting your house on the market, now is an excellent time. Perhaps that sounds crazy to you, and you are thinking winter is not the best time to sell. Maybe you simply picture the “for sale” sign on your well-groomed, green lawn.