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As the debate on the health care industry reform rages across the country, it made me think about the health of the housing industry. Everyone seems to agree that both industries are ailing and need a night or two in intensive care followed by a long convalescence. Several viruses have infected t...
Many home buyers, particularly those looking for the first time, aren't always sure what to call the different styles of homes that they see. They usually know what a ranch or colonial is, but they may get lost a little with the variations and other styles of homes. Buyers sometimes ask which is ...
The Lake Winnipesaukee Waterfront Cottage. Every real estate agent invariably gets a call this time of year from someone looking for their little piece of the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. It goes something like: Caller: "Hello, I'm looking for a waterfront cottage on Lake Winnipesaukee, do yo...
Across the nation there are signs of recovery in the housing market with sales of existing homes rising 3.6% in June and new home sales taking a big jump with an 11% increase. Much of the increase is said to be attributed to the $8,000 tax credit for first time buyers. This highly successful pro...