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Jessica Juss…, Real Estate Pro in 03811
Jessica Jussif answered:
The wife and I are looking at bryant woods in Atkinson NH is there any rentals or forsale or forclosures we can look in to.
HI,
I will be having a listing coming on the market in Bryant Woods within the next couple of months. I live in Atkinson myself and am happy to inform you if anything comes on sooner ... more
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Debbie Brand, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Debbie Brand answered:
78 y/o Mother going on dialysis and 54 y/o daughter need to rent in Concord to be near hospital. Mother has small dog, daughter has two cats and bird.
What is your budget? Are you looking for a single family house or apartment?
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 1, 2013 Moving in 03303
yes.avanti, Home Seller in New Boston, NH
yes.avanti answered:
We are relocating from FL due to my hubby accepting a job at New Boston Naval Air Station. What are some?
Hi Tracy,

New Boston is a quaint town and a great place to raise your children. It is in close proximity to 2 Mountain resorts for skiing and a River that has two different kinds of ... more
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
Subject: Accuracy of map locations.
Unfortanately when you look at the rural areas, the maps do get less and less accurate and are often missing some streets. It is not just with this mapping software but will Google, app ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 25, 2013 Moving in 03280
Mark Danoski, Real Estate Pro in 03570
Mark Danoski answered:
Suggestions please for a couple over 45 wanting to live in a pretty town with less than 10,000 population?
North Conway. Visit Littleton also. See what you think.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 18, 2013 Moving in Ashland
Martha Mcaul…, Real Estate Pro in Portsmouth, NH
Martha Mcauliffe answered:
What are the best towns to live in if you work in stratham, nh.?
Stratham for sure! It's a beautiful town with some lovely areas (okay, I'm biased ... I live here!) But other towns would be the surrounding towns of Exeter (beautiful downtown!) as w ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Oct 8, 2012 Moving in Stratham
Kathy Markee…, Real Estate Pro in Woburn, MA
Kathy Markee Vasel answered:
Are there places that will accept applications if your credit is borderline good/fair?
There are still programs and possiblities for people with borderline good/fair credit. I advise you to speak to a professional Mortgage Banker in the industry who specializes in analyz ... more
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in 03109
Scott Godzyk answered:
I am thinking of moving to NH, Any suggestions?
Depending which attribute is more important to you, you can be centrally located in Manchester or its suburban towns and be 30 minutes to the Ocean, 50 minutes to the lakes and 65 minut ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 9, 2012 Moving in New Hampshire
Andra Foster,…, Real Estate Pro in Nashua, NH
Andra Foster, Realtor answered:
Single professional moving to Nashua. Is Bay Ridge apartment a good choice while getting to know the area?
Perfect! They are the best in Nashua!
0 votes Share Flag Tue Mar 1, 2011 Moving in Nashua
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