Tag Archives: Manchester

iBuyers: What Is the “Cost of Convenience” When Selling Your Home?

When thinking about selling their house, homeowners have many options. A relatively new option is using an “iBuyer.” What is an iBuyer? According to Jovio, the definition is: “A company or investor that uses Automated Valuation Models (AVMs) to make instant offers on homes. It allows sellers to close on a property quickly. Once sold, […]

Top Priorities When Moving with Kids

According to the Pew Research Center, around 37% of U.S students will be going back to school soon and the rest have already started the new academic year. With school-aged children in your home, buying or selling a house can take on a whole different approach when it comes to finding the right size, location, […]

I have moved!

I’ve been invited to affiliate with one of the most productive real estate companies in the state of New Hampshire. In an effort to provide continuing quality service, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve elected to accept the position. I’ve built my business on providing quality service. In fact, over 70% of my business now […]

Recycled Percussion – Veteran’s Park Summer 2019 (July 20th)

Are you ready to groove with Recycled Percussion again this summer? Come hang with the Emmy nominated stars of CHAOS & KINDNESS at Veteran’s Park and watch them rock the stage. Get ready for new show elements, a little chaos, tons of kindness and a lot of fun! You won’t want to miss this! This […]

Stay, Work, Play – and now explore – Insider’s Guides to New Hampshire

MANCHESTER, NH – Tom Fuller grew up in Woburn, Mass., and attended Bentley University in Waltham. He was a dedicated Massachusetts resident, and never considered living in New Hampshire, although as a kid it was a favorite family vacation destination for hiking and skiing. Then at the age of 26 he started dating someone from […]

How I Can Help You Sell A Home

Helping find a buyer for your home is only one facet of a real estate professional’s job. There are many more aspects including explaining the basic real estate practices and principles and all the related paperwork, Performing a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) to help determine your home’s value, helping to prepare your home for sale, […]

July 11: Explore Arts & Culture in Manchester with Trolley Night

MANCHESTER, NH – Time for the return of Trolley Nights, a celebration of art and culture in the city. Although all of the participating venues are open year-round, on Trolley Night they have special happenings, demonstrations, hands-on activities, and promotions planned specifically for the evening. We are excited to add a chalk art competition and […]

What Happens After My Offer is Accepted?

After all the back-and-forth on price and haggling over concessions and repairs, it’s finally over and your offer to purchase the home was accepted. Now, the real work begins. Granted, you and the seller are no longer front and center on the home purchase stage; there are some details you’ll need to attend to after […]

Smart ways to build equity in your home

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 […]

Before You Look for Your Dream Home

In this day and age of being able to shop for anything anywhere, it is really important to know what you’re looking for when you start your home search. If you’ve been thinking about buying a home of your own for some time now, you’ve probably come up with a list of things that you’d […]