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Mon Sep 12, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Sat Jul 18, 2015
Kirstin Stallkamp answered:
There are so many wonderful things to do in the summer at the Seacoast!
Paddle boarding Brave Boat Harbor
Take out for dinner from 603 Burgers and eating on Pirate's Cove Beach
Taking the kids mackerel fishing
Hiking in the White Mountains
Annual play at Prescott Park with friends
New Castle Commons Park - wonderful and inexpensive park!

So much to enjoy!!!
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Thu Nov 14, 2013
Mo Seiler answered:
With your budget being 400k you would want to concentrate away from downtown in that price range.
There are quite a few nice areas that would work for you. If you need help I would love to send you some listings to view so you can familiarize yourself with the areas and prices.

Thank you,
Prudential Verani Realty
Portsmouth NH 03801
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Mon Apr 30, 2012
Gary M Butterfield answered:
The yard waste site off Marblehead Road was originally the Towns waste disposal site when we had an incinerator. This was replaced by our current Transfer Station off Route 111, yes the Pelham Fish and Game Club does have a shooting range o the West of Fletcher Rd. ... more
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Tue Jan 24, 2012
Carol Perdew answered:

Buyers have seemed to be favored with the reduced home prices and low interest rates. Our market may be shifting because we have only 2 months inventory of homes for sale. There are many buyers looking to buy and multiple offers are starting to occur. Depending how long the low inventory of homes lasts, prices may start to go up. Many believe this year the real estate market will start to recover which may help the sellers.

Carol Perdew
Prudential California Realty
(209) 239-7979
DRE 985176
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Thu Feb 18, 2010
Ken Lambert answered:
Hi Danny Boy- It depends.
Most official "wetlands" are not what you would think are wetlands. They are essentially nothing- but due to newer environmental regs we have to call them wetlands. So, for many cases there are no true concerns like flooding.
However, if the wetlands are more significant and are part of a major river system in Salem or wherever, then potentially there could be true flooding issues.
Did you check the FEMA flood may (online- by address you can check) it the home is in a flood zone.

The bigger part about wetlands is the setbacks these days, which can be up to 100 feet now. No building, including pools etc within that setback limit. Each town has different rules; check with the town's conservation comm. or building dept.

If I can be of any other help, please let me know. Thanks,
Ken L.
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Thu Jul 30, 2009
Lisa Newman answered:
Good morning,
After reading your question, I thought of the number of relocation clients (coming from overseas or out of the NE area) that I have worked with. The answer comes down to what type of town you are looking for based on what it offers and also what your price range is. Anywhere in the general NH seacoast area is going to be close to the ocean and also relatively close to most major communitng byways. You need to think about what type of property you would like and what you want directly around you.

Price will impact this decision greatly. Directly on the seacoast, the difference between a 4 bedroom 2000 square foot home in Seabrook will be significantly less than the same in Hampton Falls or Rye. If you would like a condo - you would be hard pressed to find any in Hampton Falls, North Hampton or Rye. Hampton, Exeter, Stratham and Portsmouth have dozens to choose from.

There is such a different feel in each town as well. Seabrook and Hampton have quite a bit more commercial development on Rt 1 as does Exeter/Stratham on Portsmouth Ave. If being close (within a 7 minute drive) to supermarkets, drugstores etc is imp., than these work well. Depending on where a home is in Rye, Hampton Falls, the outskirts of Exeter etc, it may be a bit more of a trek to get that gallon of milk.

Taxes vary greatly, the way the local government is run varies town to town and the population does as well. It is one of the great things about the area. Each town truly has its own personality.

I think that once you answer some of these questions, you will be able to zoom in on which towns will work best. It is a great place to live!!!

Good luck.
Lisa Newman
Better Homes & Garden Real Estate
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Thu Jun 19, 2008
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