Tag Archives: New Hampshire

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 […]

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 […]

The 5 Home Improvements That Give the Best ROI

Someday, whether you’re downsizing or moving to another region, you’ll probably want to sell your home. Whether this is something you’ll be doing in one year, five years or 20 years, spending time and money upgrading your house now will increase its market value. How well these strategic home renovations work often depends on where […]

What’s Over Your Head?

No roof lasts forever, and if it’s time to replace yours, give a lot of thought to how best to do it. Notice the wear and tear on your neighbors’ roofs over time to help figure out which materials are durable and look good on houses like yours. Observation is a great tool — and […]

Celebrating National Flag Day

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 […]

3 Things to Know in the Housing Market Today!

A lot is happening in the world, and it’s having a direct impact on the housing market. The reality is this: some of it is positive and some of it may be negative. Some we just don’t know yet. The following three areas of the housing market are critical to understand: interest rates, building materials, […]

2 Myths Holding Back Home Buyers

Freddie Mac recently released a report entitled, “Perceptions of Down Payment Consumer Research.” Their research revealed that, “For many prospective homebuyers, saving for a down payment is the largest barrier to achieving the goal of homeownership. Part of the challenge for those planning to purchase a home is their perception of how much they will need to save […]

Open Calls for Entries: “Think Outside the Box” Downtown Public Art

CALL FOR ARTISTS: MAKE YOUR ART A PART OF MANCHESTER’S CITYSCAPE Studio 550 Art Center is looking for artists to submit designs for the third round of the “Think Outside the Box” Public Art Project. The Think Outside the Box Project was started in Manchester in 2014, and was inspired by projects of a similar design in […]