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Costs Involved in Buying a Home
Posted on 03/24/2020
Costs Involved in Buying a Home
Many buyers have questions when it comes to buying a home, but one of the most frequent we hear is: What does it cost? Once you've negotiated the purchase and your offer is accepted on a house, you’ll need to provide an earnest money deposit. Another way to think of this is as a good faith deposit. The...
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NH Town Info
Posted on 02/20/2020
NH Town Info
NH Town Info: New Hampshire Town Information NH Town Demographics Towns with no Zoning Taxes & Regulation Tax Rates by Town - compiled by the New Hampshire Dept. of Revenue Administration Population Data Starting a business guidelines Current Use Guidelines Zoning regulations by town: Auburn Barrington Concord Dover Epping Exeter Grafton Hooksett Keene Manchester Nashua Raymond...
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Radon Levels by Town
Posted on 02/20/2020
Radon Levels by Town
Source: New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services...
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Real Estate Maps
Posted on 02/20/2020
Real Estate Maps
Source: http://brycenh.com/...
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In the News
Posted on 02/20/2020
In the News
Porcupine Real Estate In the News Slate.com Placemakers Episode 15: Live Free or Die (Porcupine Real Estate mentioned around 12:00) The Feed Grassroots America (Porcupine Real Estate & The Free State Project at 20:35)Financial Times The homebuyers aiming to make New Hampshire a Libertarian utopia Freakonomics Radio: Ten Signs You Might Be a Libertarian (Free State Project starts...
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Checklist for Pricing Your Home
Posted on 02/20/2020
Checklist for Pricing Your Home
You have decided to sell. But before you put the sign in the yard there are some things you will want to make sure you have done. Time spent doing research and setting the right price will most likely yield you a better return in the end. A home is only worth what a buyer is willing to...
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How to Avoid a Low Home Appraisal
Posted on 02/20/2020
How to Avoid a Low Home Appraisal
A house needs to be sold three times when it is on the market. First it needs to be sold to other agents so they will want to show and sell the home. Second it needs to be sold to buyers and lastly to the appraiser. Even if the buyer is willing to pay a certain price for...
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What You Need to Know: Septic Systems
Posted on 02/20/2020
What You Need to Know: Septic Systems
Are you thinking of buying a home with a septic system? Septic systems are common in the suburbs and more rural areas where municipal sewers are not available. So what is a septic system? It is a self-contained, underground waste water treatment system. It consists of a septic tank and a drainage system. The septic tank is a large,...
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Time to Refinance?
Posted on 02/20/2020
Time to Refinance?
With mortgage rates at all time lows, you might be wondering if you should be considering refinancing your home. While it may seem like a great thing to do, there are a few things to consider before you decide. An obvious reason for refinancing to a lower interest rate is the monthly, and even more importantly the long term,...
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Do I Need a Home Inspection?
Posted on 02/20/2020
Do I Need a Home Inspection?
When you are buying a home the costs really add up and you may start thinking about where you can save money. One expense that buyers may be tempted to skip is the home inspection. But, take it from us, a home inspection has saved many buyers money in the long-run. How? Well, a home inspection is an...
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 Client Profile - Harry & Andrea - Deerfield
Posted on 02/20/2020
Client Profile - Harry & Andrea - Deerfield
Hailing from New York, Harry and Andrea decided to make the move to the Free State so they could be with other like-minded individuals who value personal freedom and personal responsibility. Harry and Andrea really liked the grassroots movement within NH to restore liberty, and also liked that the NH government allows for meaningful citizen involvement. In addition...
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Client Profile - Ed & Ellen - Jaffrey
Posted on 02/20/2020
Client Profile - Ed & Ellen - Jaffrey
Searching for more personal and political freedom, Ed & Ellen decided to take the plunge and move from Connecticut to the Free State. While searching for just the right property, they fell in love with the town of Jaffrey, and purchased a restored Colonial farmhouse with lots of land to hike, garden, and enjoy. Why did you move...
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