An exciting new development opportunity at Capital Place has created an abundance of excitement this holiday season in the retail community. The former Southern New Hampshire University property located on Nashua New Hampshire’s exceptionally active retail strip, Route 101A recently sold for $1,500,000. The retail team at Verani Realty represented the buyer in the transaction. The preliminary plans for the redevelopment and/or development site have been well received by town officials, tenants, and the brokerage community alike.
Do You Need a Realtor to Buy a Home in New Hampshire?
So you’re thinking about buying a home in New Hampshire – it can be an exciting but sometimes overwhelming experience. We’re here to answer your questions and help ease some of your anxieties going into this home buying process. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’ve been through this process before, it’s normal to have a lot of questions. One of the top questions that comes up time and time again is, “Do I need a realtor to buy a home in New Hampshire?” Our simple answer: you may not think you need one, but you’ll want one!
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Spotlight City: Why We Love Living in Dover NH Homes
Dover, New Hampshire is a reborn mill city recently revived by a high-tech makeover, yet still keeps its historical roots well planted. With four different rivers running through Dover, the Bellamy, Cocheco, Salmon Falls, and Piscataqua rivers, this town was an important shipbuilding center. In the 19th century textile manufacturers took over and built brick mills all along the river banks, which still stand today.