Equity is the difference between your property’s value and how much you owe on it. In other words, if you sold in today’s market, how much you would walk away with in your pocket. In a red-hot property market, your equity will feel like it’s increasing by the hour, whereas elsewhere it could take a […]
National Flag Day is today, June 14, a day when Americans will honor 242 years of Old Glory. Since the flag’s adoption by Congress on June 14, 1777, its design has been modified 27 times, with President Eisenhower ordering the current 50-star version of our flag in 1959. Symbolizing independence and solidarity, the Stars and […]
Want a breakfast that hits it out of the park? This is the place for you. Though the quirky diner/lounge gets crowded on weekends, the addictive pancakes, crepes, Benedicts, and other a.m. staples are worth the wait. We love the PB & Fluff crepe (a fluffernutter by way of France) and the Kiss My Grits breakfast plate […]
Some Highlights: An emerging trend for some time now has been the difference between available inventory and demand in the premium and luxury markets and that in the starter and trade-up markets and what those differences are doing to prices! Inventory continues to rise in the luxury and premium home markets which is causing […]
In a recent Insights Blog, CoreLogic reported that rent prices have skyrocketed since 2005. Meanwhile, the typical mortgage payment has actually decreased. “CoreLogic’s national rent index was up 36% in December 2018 compared with December 2005, while the typical mortgage payment was down 4% over that period.” Why the difference between the costs of renting […]
Some Highlights: “The majority of millennials said they consider owning a home more sensible than renting for both financial and lifestyle reasons — including control of living space, flexibility in future decisions, privacy and security, and living in a nice home.” The top reason millennials choose to buy is to have control over their living […]
New Hampshire has areas known as the Great North Woods, Lakes Region and Seacoast, which gives residents a variety of livability choices. The Granite State has no general sales tax or personal income tax, and some of the most interesting places to live, work and play are as follows: Concord The capital of New Hampshire, […]
Londonderry, NH’s populate has increased 3.8% since 2000 to a high of 24,800 The median age of a person from Londonderry, NH is 41 The segment of the population is even between male and female 29.3% have earned an associates degree or higher 1,390 of residents earn between $50-75k Contact me to find out more!