If you are ready to buy your first home, you probably sat down with a mortgage lender and determined your budget. That is the first step. But, you probably are wondering about all those other hidden costs that come along with actual ownership.
As a home seller, you may feel you know your home better than anyone else. Since you’re emotionally and financially invested in the property, it’s understandable why you may feel that it’s going to sell and it’s going to go for top dollar, especially in a hot market. Although it is a seller’s market right now, that doesn’t mean a great sale is guaranteed. You still need to help your Realtor out by seriously listening to their advice and being honest with them.
Have you noticed that some people’s homes are always super tidy? If their house is on the market it is probably perpetually ready for a showing! How do they do it?
We all take notice of homes with an amazing front yard – we judge a book by its cover, so to speak. If you want the prettiest yard on your block, it requires a little sweat equity, getting your hands dirty, and some insider knowledge on how to pull it off.
The path to home ownership can be a highly emotional one, and in a sellers’ market this is particularly true. Today’s buyers are facing steep competition from other buyers in a market with a limited amount of selection. All buyers are probably feeling tremendous stress about finding that perfect home before someone else does.
May is Brain Tumor Awareness month, and to help raise funds for the National Brain Tumor Society, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty was one of ten local businesses that sponsored the Go Gray in May 5K in Bristol. On April 29, over 120 participants, including Verani agent Kathy Bagley, walked and ran to bring awareness to this important cause. The event raise a total of $4,000.
New Hampshire is home to many things: picturesque waterfalls, mountain vistas, beautiful beaches, amazing breweries, micro-breweries and brew-pubs. But did you know there are many wineries in New Hampshire?
Maggie Kerkhoff Named 2017 GMNBR Realtor of the Year; Nancy Philbrick Receives Good Neighbor Award
Getting ready to graduate college means many things, and one of those things may be finding a place of your own. There are many considerations, including where you will be working, if you may need to move again soon due to an ongoing job search, and your budget.
Four sales professionals from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty’s North Andover office were recently recognized as top producers in 2016 by the Northeast Association of REALTORs (NEAR). NEAR individual top producers achieve a minimum of $3.5 million in sales volume or 10 sides, and are ranked according to four categories of Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.