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Closing Cost Assistance Programs In New Hampshire Closing Cost Assistance Programs In New Hampshire

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

These days, many need financial help to purchase a home. Government and local agencies offer programs to help with down payment and other closing costs. Learn about programs that can help New Hampshire homebuyers purchase a home and the agencies that administer them.

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Five Reasons You Need A Buyer Agent Five Reasons You Need A Buyer Agent

By Malcolm Rivers

If you're a homebuyer, especially one of the uninitiated, the process of purchasing a home can be costly and complex. What follows is a list of 5 things to consider when preparing to purchase a home to help you better understand why you could benefit from a buyer agent.

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Gas vs. Oil Heating Gas vs. Oil Heating

By Thomas Mitchell

When it comes to heating your home there are a variety of options you can choose from, but the most common are gas and oil. Read more to find out how these two heating methods compare and which one you should use to heat your home.

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Brick Home vs. Wood Home: Pros and Cons Brick Home vs. Wood Home: Pros and Cons

By Tiffany Raiford

There are pros and cons to every decision. When it comes to purchasing or building a home in New Hampshire, however, the pros and cons associated with brick homes vs. wood homes are a little more subjective. Inside, we take a closer look at the advantages and drawbacks to building with wood or brick

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Questions You Should Ask at an Open House Questions You Should Ask at an Open House

By Thomas Mitchell

Open houses are a perfect time to collect as much information as you can about a potential home. Read more to find out which questions you should ask to make the most of the opportunity.

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What is a Deed of Trust? What is a Deed of Trust?

By Thomas Mitchell

In real estate transactions, a trust deed or a deed of trust is a deed in which the legal title in real property is transferred over to a trustee, who holds it as security for a debt between a borrower and a lender. Inside, we take a closer look at how a deed trust is utilized in the transfer of property

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Understanding Property Taxes In New Hampshire Understanding Property Taxes In New Hampshire

By Tabitha Naylor

If you are a homeowner, you have to pay property taxes. Prior to purchasing a home, you should take time to fully understand the local property taxes, as well as special assessments that will impact, and may increase, you actual cost of home ownership. Inside, we highlight how these taxes figure in to your finances

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Understanding Pocket Listings Understanding Pocket Listings

By Tiffany Raiford

A pocket listing is a property that is offered for sale, but is intentionally not listed in any MLS (Multiple Listing Service) database. This is a type of private sale that sellers don't want marketed to the public, usually for privacy reasons

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First Time Homebuyer Programs in New Hampshire First Time Homebuyer Programs in New Hampshire

By Tiffany Raiford

Everyone is a first time homebuyer once in their life. And while buying your first home is an exciting moment, it can also be intimidating. Inside, we spotlight several statewide programs that can ease some of your stress and financial worry.

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Buying A HUD Property in New Hampshire Buying A HUD Property in New Hampshire

By Tabitha Naylor

Housing and Urban Development(HUD) offers homes for sale throughout the country, often at prices that are more affordable than private sellers. But there are several things you need to know before considering a government-owned property. Inside, we highlight how the auction process for HUD properties works.

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