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We’ve lost count of the number of times we’ve heard from someone wanting to buy land in New Hampshire for recreational purposes, homesteading, farming, or building a home. While we enthusiastically endorse the idea of property ownership, there are some important considerations worth sharing for folks thinking about buying land What are your goals? Before you start seriously looking at…Read More
Whether it’s a Nor’easter, a hurricane, or even a windy spring day, power in New Hampshire can go out at any time. Many homeowners choose to have a backup generator for these unpredictable weather events, but is a generator really necessary? Chances are you won’t use it frequently and, if you have another heating source that does not rely on…Read More
For many Free Staters, one of the most important features when looking for a home in New Hampshire is acreage. But the downside of all that peace and space to roam can be a burdensome property tax bill. But New Hampshire has a way to save on taxes if you own more than 10 acres: “current use.” What is “current…Read More
In New Hampshire, many homeowners desire to add a pellet stove or wood stove into their home to provide another source of heat. Below you’ll find the pros & cons of each. Pellet stoves are often cheaper than woodstoves, but this could become break even when considering fuel; pellet stoves run on pellets, while wood stoves run on chopped wood.…Read More
If you want to live off-the-grid, or just would like some fresh vegetables, it’s important to know what types of crops grow well in New Hampshire, the best plants for starting to garden, and when the growing season is for the crops you do plant. Most of New Hampshire’s soil is rocky and acidic, so before you start planting veggies…Read More