Click on the Agent link above, type in your area, interview local agents, hire one and they will handle the rest.
Best of Luck,
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There are condo's and convex properties on the market and more to come onto the market. In some condo complexes the HOA fees can be high but find out what your affordability is for price, taxes and HOA and start looking if it is feasible you buy if it is not then you rent. Let me know if I can help.... more
Hi Laura, NH is a wonderful place to live! Lakes, mountains, oceans what more could you want. Now interview experienced agents that will listen to your wants and needs. Also, check the agents out on zillow and trulia and read their testimonials. Let me know if I can help.... more
I would suggest the towns of hudson, nashua, or pelham, NH and they are all close to the ma border for commuting. These towns are conveniently located near route 3, 93, 111 and an hour north is lakes region, 1 hour east oceans, 1 hour or less west and north you are at the mountains. Good locations!... more
I see that this question is old, so in all likelihood you've already realized it will take about an hour from Nashua to Burlington during rush hour, depending on where in Burlington you're going.... more
The fee is monthly. However, to add to the great answer already provided, be sure to inquire about special assessments. Typically, these represent costs that are or were above those the association budgeted for repairs, maintenance, etc. It is always important to find out whether special assessments are allowed and whether they have ever been charged. You will want to carefully review all of the related documentation (covenants, conditions, and restrictions) carefully so that you do not experience any unwanted/unexpected surprises down the road.... more
The lease itself - provided it has all elements of a legal contract - is binding. That said, in a situation like this I would speak to an attorney and provide detailed information so they may accurately advise you because there are some (very few) exceptions to the law.
I want to address another specific part of your question, even though quite some time has passed since it was posted, because the issue of deposits is one that is regulated by law in this state. In New Hampshire (and there are very few exceptions here) a landlord may charge a tenant one month's rent (first month) and a security deposit (not to exceed a month's worth of rent) when the lease agreement is initially created. Landlords may not charge additional money under the majority of circumstances. For example, in New Hampshire a landlord may not ask for the first month, last month, and security deposit up front. Additionally, a landlord may not ask for other deposits such as a pet deposit in addition to a security deposit equal to a month of rent and the first month of rent. If a landlord is asking for additional money, after a tenant already has a lease, I would advise contacting an attorney to find out if there are any exceptions to the law in New Hampshire that allow for that.
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If you by "homes" mean houses I think that in most cases you would be responsible for the utilities yourself. For apartments it varies. Typically you might find heat included far more often than you'd find a place with all utilities included. Bigger buildings are more likely to have one heating plant and rents that include heat.... more
There are list of people who own homes, and you can buy these list via the internet. Depending upon the length of the list anywhere from a couple of dollars to a couple of grand. I have seen such and just got to dig.... more
There is more stuff than you an shake a forest at! Besides the 203k, and first time buyers stuff. There are all kinds of government grants and programs if you want to go search them all out yourself.
Right now, if you have had a bankruptcy, instead of waiting seven years out it is two years. If you use to have to have a 680 plus credit score, now you can get away with a 585! You will need more down, but, beats renting...
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