new hampshire real estate market: What To Do Now For 2011 - 12/21/10 12:57 AM
With the year coming to an end, you should be thinking about 2011 and your business plan. Here is a great article from Tara Neslon on Trulia about what to do now to sell in 2011. Thanks Tara,
It's resolution time, folks.  Last week, we offered some immediate action items for those who want 2011 to be the year they become homeowners.  By popular demand, this week it's sellers' turn!  Whether you are simply trying to decide whether to sell your home next year, or it's been on the market before and you are trying to revamp your approach to … (2 comments)

new hampshire real estate market: Ways to Get High Paying Clients With Your Blog - 12/12/10 12:58 AM
Here is a good article that I came across by Tracy Love and Rudy Nelson that might help you out when writing your blogs. Great information if you are trying to target high paying clients.
By Traci Feit Love and Rudy NelsonRISMEDIA, December 11, 2010-Do you have any idea how many--if any!--new high-paying clients you get for every hour you spend blogging? What's that? You have no idea? We need to talk. Building a client-based business isn't easy. But if you're spending hours every week on an activity that's not generating qualified leads, you're making it harder than it has … (3 comments)

new hampshire real estate market: Reasons Why Buyers Are Not Biting In This Market - 10/28/10 01:06 AM
Good Article I came across on Trulia on from Tara Nelson on why buyers are not biting in this market even though rates are low and prices are down.
Interest rates are at historic lows: less than 4.5% on a 30-year-fixed and below 4% on 15-year fixed rate loans. And prices are low, too - at or near bottom in most of the country.  Together, these items mean that affordability is near an all-time high.It's like a massive, pre-holiday sale on real estate!Nevertheless, home sales are only "gradually" creeping up, according to the most recent data published by the  National … (4 comments)

new hampshire real estate market: Housing Tax Incentive Benefit Younger Households Most - 09/30/10 12:46 AM
Interesting article that I came across on Realty News
RISMEDIA, September 29, 2010-New research from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reveals that the benefits of housing-related tax deductions, such as the mortgage interest deduction, generally decline in value as individuals age. Using Internal Revenue Service Statistics of Income (SOI) data, NAHB was able to report for the first time how various tax deductions are used by different age groups. The analysis demonstrates that the biggest beneficiaries are younger households, who typically have large mortgages, small amounts of equity in their homes and growing families.
"Opponents falsely argue that … (1 comments)

new hampshire real estate market: This month in Real Estate - 09/16/10 01:58 AM

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new hampshire real estate market: Tax Deductions For Home Owners - 06/02/10 02:01 AM
First off, I am not an accountant or tax advisor and these are just a few things that you can look into and talk to your accountant or tax advisore about.
If you're a homeowner, it's always a good idea to make sure you haven't missed any tax deductions. You may not be able to take all of these deductions, so please check with your tax advisor.Mortgage InterestDid you know that mortgage interest is tax-deductible?  You're allowed to deduct the interest on a loan secured by your first or second home. You may be somewhat limited if all mortgages on your … (0 comments)

new hampshire real estate market: Luxury of Smart Phones - 03/24/10 11:22 PM
The Need For Smart Phones
It amazes me in today's world and market, how many Realtors do not use some type of Smart Phone, be it a Blackberry, iphone, or what have you. The technology is there to help make things a lot easier for us and it is frustrating when I have to do a deal with an agent who is still working real estate as if it was 1985.
One of my most recent deals that I did with an agent from another real estate firm was one of the easiest, smoothest and most convenient due to both of … (4 comments)