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Moving in New Hampshire : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Aug 3, 2016
Kobsanta asked:
Any suggestions on best, easiest way to sell my house in one state and purchase nee house out of state at same time. If I sell my house, where can I store house full of furniture till I…
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Thu Feb 12, 2015
Jessica Jussif answered:
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 than my listing. I can be reached by email at: Please check out some of my reviews on Zillow and Trulia, happy to help in your home search. ... more
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Fri Nov 1, 2013
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Wed Apr 3, 2013
yes.avanti answered:
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 Salmon and also Trout and this makes for great fishing. The New Boston Naval Air Station is only minutes away and my 3.80 Acres has an old charm and totally renovated. Plenty of places for the children to play, large barn and a tree swing and a wonderful stream with a small pond. My house is located on 13 Clark Hill Rd, New Boston. Come on by and visit. ... more
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Mon Mar 25, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
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, apple and GPS. It may take a while for them to reach out and get it right. ... more
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Mark Danoski answered:
Mon Oct 8, 2012
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 well as Brentwood (a few towns over ... but house values are less expensive there than in Exeter or Stratham).

Depending on your needs you might want to consider Portsmouth, NH (lovely city with a great downtown ... lots of restaurants and arts!) North Hampton, Hampton or Rye (to the east of Stratham and close to the beaches).

Whatever town you live in ... you'll love this seacoast area! :)
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Thu Sep 13, 2012
Kathy Markee Vasel answered:
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 analyzing and guiding clients to bring up your scores. I have personally seen clients lower their scores thinking they were repairing it. Sometimes it's as easy as making a phone call to the company reporting your liability. I have helped many renters and buyers in this position. If you need help call me at 978-502-2998. ... more
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
Scott Godzyk answered:
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 minutes to the Mountains. There are many cities and towns with very good schools. It will depend what price range you are looking in, what size house you want and how large of a lot to which area is better. Please feel free to contact me and I can send you some listings and pictures of some different ones to give you a better feel. I hope to hear from you soon. ... more
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Tue Mar 1, 2011
Andra Foster, Realtor answered:
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