Whether you’re looking for your forever home or a vacation house on the water, Lake Winnipesaukee is a lovely area. The name Winnipesaukee means “smile of the great spirit,” which is very fitting to the area. The lake is 72 square miles with 288 miles of shoreline and 258 islands. Lake Winnipesaukee Real Estate offers luxury, waterfront, and beach access homes in various beautiful locations. Owning a house on the water can be a good investment and experience for people of all ages. We’re going to highlight some of the private luxury communities on Lake Winnipesaukee to watch for this spring.
Are you looking to relocate to a new city? Homes for sale in Nashua, NH continue to grow in demand. New Hampshire is expanding its opportunities, and welcoming a diverse demographic. A recent study found that NH is becoming one of the most popular locations for millennials. Real estate in Nashua, NH offers many benefits that make it an attractive option for people between the age of 20 to 34. Let’s break down some of the biggest advantages to keep in mind when house hunting in Nashua.
Choosing Your Ideal Maine Getaway Home
The diversity of Maine Real Estate, and how to find your perfect fit.
Laconia Homeownership: More Than a Summer Getaway The year-round benefits of life in Laconia, New Hampshire
Laconia Homeownership: More Than a Summer Getaway
The year-round benefits of life in Laconia, New Hampshire
When looking for homes for sale in New Hampshire, we all consider a variety of different things
based on our individual lifestyles. However, if you’re a dog owner, some of those checklist items
may be the same! Such as a large yard, pet friendly restaurants and shops, and pet friendly
Making the decision to sell your home isn’t always an easy one and can be stressful and
overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! Once you have made the decision to move, you might
find yourself asking “how do I sell my home?” So, here’s your complete guide on how to sell
your home in New Hampshire.
So you’re looking at homes for sale in Massachusetts, what a great place to live! Whether you’re moving to, from, or within MA, buying a home comes the dreaded process of physically moving all of your belongings. Moving can be physically demanding and mentally draining, so at times like these, it pays to have a professional helping you with the heavy lifting, both figuratively and literally! When searching for homes for sale in MA, it can be tough to also find reliable and trustworthy movers at the same time. So we’ve come up with a list of the best movers in MA to help ease the moving process.
There’s a slew of “Boston Suburbs” that exists in New Hampshire. One such municipality is Salem, NH, which sits right on the border of the Granite State and Massachusetts. In recent years we’ve seen a boom of buyers moving to Salem, NH. Living in Salem, NH has long been a destination for people wishing to position themselves in a sales-tax-free state that’s close to bigger cities such as Boston, MA. However, we’d be remiss to not give the community its due in being a city of opportunity in and of itself. Salem, NH’s town seal offers the motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," which serves as a perfect backdrop for the community's unique assets - location, accessibility, unspoiled natural resources, and a pro-business attitude. Salem mixes small town, rural living with the advantages offered by a city. We’ve narrowed down our top reasons to move to Salem, NH, and here are our top 3.
Towns in Southern New Hampshire are extremely desirable locations for many homeowners for numerous reasons, and Bedford, New Hampshire is no exception. With the many local amenities, proximity to major highways, and a highly ranked school system, it’s no wonder why Bedford is ranked #1 for Best Suburbs to Live in New Hampshire according to www.niche.com!
In 2020, we saw an influx of people put their home buying dreams on hold to wait out the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as we near the end of 2021, reports have shown a spike in home buying, especially in the metropolitan areas— perhaps as buyers take advantage of the low mortgage rates. We are also seeing a great number of people relocating from out of the city, resulting in many of the coveted luxurious properties finally becoming available. While homes for sale in Massachusetts saw an immense surge in the summer months of 2021, we are now starting to see a bit of a seasonal shift in the market. As the colder weather rolls in, the market inevitably slows down a bit. With the seasonal dip and low-interest rates, it makes it a great time for buyers to look for homes for sale in Massachusetts.