Have you lived in New Hampshire your whole life? Did you move away and came back? Did spend a season skiing here and never left? If you answer to any of this question was yes, then you'll agree with me in what I'm about to say. New Hampshire offers a quality of life that can't easily be compared to any other state in the nation. This might sound like my own bias opinion, but it is backed up by facts. Don't believe me? Look up how New Hampshire ranks in many national qualities of life indicators in this section. We always rank in the top ten and often in the top three.
For such a small space relative to the rest of your home, the bathroom is a place you may spend a lot of time. Aside from the necessary breaks, you also shower there when getting ready for work or might soak in the tub after a long day. And getting ready for a night out can easily add another 30 minutes to your normal bathroom time.
New Hampshire's natural attractions offers a great way to guarantee a good time with plenty of things to do outdoors, often times for free. Visitors can have a rage of options from beautiful ocean and lake beaches, miles of kayaking waters, above-timberline hiking on the Appalachian Trail, sailing on mountain-ringed lakes, fun-filled theme and water parks for kids, exciting rides to mountaintops, and tours of historic houses. So whether it's challenging hikes, sailing, foliage viewing in the fall, tax-free shopping, skiing in the winter, covered bridges, or colonial history, you'll find it - and plenty more - in New Hampshire.
Most employers are still on the fence on whether employees should be able to work from home and weather it's more productive than a regular job setting. However, research from a recent Harvard business review article suggests that people who work their same office schedule from home get a lot more done per day than those that work in a regular office.
With so many listing websites and so much information on how to buy and sale houses right at your fingertips, you might ask yourself; "why should I hire a real estate agent?" when you could totally DIY the process based on your own meandering experience. Here is why:
I wouldn't say that I am a minimalist or even claim that my home is completely minimalist, however, if you have ever visited my home you probably noticed that it isn’t cluttered, some people have even called it a pretty minimalist home. Yes, I do my best to keep it as clean as I can with two toddlers in the house, but the real key here is to get rid of unnecessary stuff.
Spring is without question the busiest season of the year for selling houses. Most real estate agents will tell you that the best time to list your home is probably in early April. This has actually been reported by the national association of realtors and it was also published on realtor.com, so bottom line is; the best time to list your home is NOW.
Many first time home-buyers say that the hardest part of the process was figuring out where to start. I have outlined some steps below that can help you navigate your path to home-ownership a lot easier: