Posted on October 15, 2020 in Money Saving Tips

The American lifestyle has adapted to the current global health crisis, and we are seeing some of the financial impact in our utility bills. Children are distance learning at home, adults are working from home full- or part-time. Couples and families are staying in on weekends and canceling or postponing vacations. More time at home […]

Posted on September 10, 2020 in Buying A New Home

The national pandemic resulted in a high demand of goods and services over the last six months. Families who stayed home most of the summer installed swimming pools, purchased bicycles, and completed home improvement projects inside and out. Thanks to low mortgage rates — and perhaps a desire to upgrade to a house with more […]

Posted on August 6, 2020 in Buying A New Home

Hiring a home inspector is the best way to know if everything in the house you want to purchase is in good order. A successful home inspection should give you the full picture of what you’re paying for and where you might have issues in the future or problems that need to be addressed immediately. […]

Posted on July 16, 2020 in Southern New Hampshire Homes

2020 seems to be the year Americans are taking stock of what matters to them most when it comes to work-life balance. If you didn’t have to live near your city-based office, where would you choose to make your home? Rural communities and open spaces are developing a renewed appeal as urban dwellers relocate to […]

Posted on April 18, 2020 in Curb Appeal

We’re all spending a lot more time at home this spring. Even if we’re working outside the home for an essential business, fewer or non-existent extra-curricular activities and obligations mean we can more readily tackle some home projects, if we’re up for it.  And now that the weather is milder, outside might be a great […]