relocation: Donna Duval Realty Group Joins Virtual Homes Real Estate - 07/29/09 01:17 PM
Broker's Experience and Cutting-Edge Technology Provides Benefits to Consumers
Donna Duval Realty group has joined Virtual Homes Real Estate as the newest member of this innovative and progressive real estate company.  Donna, a Longmeadow resident, was formerly with Keller Williams and brings with her fourteen (14) years of experience in real estate. Donna is a Massachusetts Broker and her areas of expertise are residential real estate, relocation and working with seniors.
"I am proud to be a part of Virtual Homes Real Estate and am excited about the benefits the company provides for me and my clients," said Donna. "My affiliation with Virtual … (0 comments)

relocation: Manchester NH Property Search - 03/02/09 12:49 PM
Manchester New Hampshire Property Search
Let Manchester NH real estate assist you in finding the right property to meet your needs from local area homes for sale, foreclosure listings (bank-owned), country properties, land, condominiums and equine facilities -- all through the NH real estate Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Request relocation, school and demographics information.
With the NH MLS you can browse homes in Manchester by list price, age, property type, square footage, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, garages and more. Individual listings for Manchester NH contain sample photos accompanied by a capsule description, information on tax rate, area schools, street parking and more. … (0 comments)

relocation: Waltham Massachusetts MLS Property Search - 03/01/09 01:17 PM
Waltham Massachusetts Real Estate Property Search
Waltham has a diverse housing stock, with dense multi-family housing in the southern section of the city and larger lot single-family housing in the northern section. Waltham also boasts an assortment of large parks and open-space recreational facilities such as Prospect Hill Park and the Robert Treat Paine Estate.
Other popular historic and recreational sites include Gore Place, a country mansion and U.S. National Historic Landmark dating from 1806; the Lyman Estate, also a U.S. National Historic Landmark, dating from 1793; the Charles River Museum of Industry; and the Embassy Cinema, which hosts a wide … (0 comments)

relocation: Hopkinton NH Real Estate Guide - 03/01/09 08:37 AM
Hopkinton, New Hampshire Real Estate and Relocation Guide
Hopkinton, New Hampshire a town of about 5,500 residents, is located just west of the state capital in Concord. One of the most frequently asked questions by visitors is "If it is the 'Town of Hopkinton' where does 'Contoocook' fit in?".
Incorporated in 1765, the Town of Hopkinton actually consisted of three villages, Hopkinton, West Hopkinton and Contoocook. The first settlers came to the Contoocook River valley in the 1730's, eventually creating the three villages with forts, meeting places, and other infrastructure. Because of its position on the river, Contoocook became the commercial … (2 comments)

relocation: Meredith New Hampshire Real Estate Guide - 02/07/09 12:21 PM
Meredith, New Hampshire Real Estate
Meredith, New Hampshire is a major resort town on the shore of storied Lake Winnipesaukee in the scenic Lakes Region. The town boasts an exquisite combination of lake and mountain scenery, historic New England charm, a friendly atmosphere and unspoilt natural beauty. And when it comes to recreation, amenities and relaxation, the community has something for everyone. Popular attractions include the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad, the 567-acre Page Pond and Forest, the Annalee Doll Museum, the Children's Museum, and the Summer Theatre in Meredith Village.
Originally inhabited by the Winnipesaukee Indians nearly 10,000 years ago, the community … (0 comments)

relocation: Somersworth, NH Real Estate Tour - 02/02/09 12:49 PM
Somersworth New Hampshire Real Estate and Relocation Tour
Somersworth, New Hampshire is located in the scenic seacoast region of the state. The town was first settled before 1700 as a parish of Dover and was called Sligo after the Irish county which was home to an early colonial governor. In 1729, the parish of Summersworth was organized separately, and in 1754 the community was incorporated under its present name by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth. Situated at the 100-foot drop of the Salmon Falls River, Somersworth emerged as a prosperous mill town by the early decades of the 19th century. The community … (0 comments)

relocation: Bow New Hampshire Real Estate Tour - 02/02/09 06:18 AM
Bow New Hampshire Real Estate Tour
Bow, New Hampshire was chartered in 1727. Some say the town derived its name from its location at the bow in the Merrimack River, just south of the state capital in Concord. Wherever the origin of the name, many beautiful reminders of the town's colonial beginnings remain today.
For most early settlers, farming was a way of life. The many stone walls which line Bow's streets, yesterday's survey markers for 100-acre plots of land, serve as vivid hallmarks of the town's agricultural past. Industry has long been a mainstay of life in Bow, with local … (0 comments)

relocation: Weare New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Tour - 01/27/09 01:02 AM
Weare, New Hampshire Real Estate
Weare, New Hampshire is a rural community at the western edge of New Hampshire's Merrimack Valley. Residents of Weare have long made an effort to preserve their illustrious history. Josiah G. Dearborn and Abner P. Collins each began collecting historical facts and family records about 1850, but a town history was not yet written. After years of waiting, a meeting was held at the town-house, March 1, 1882, to take measures to prepare and publish one.
Weare's early settlers, as has been told, resided in log cabins. They procured their food by tilling the land, hunting … (0 comments)

relocation: Hudson New Hampshire Foreclosures For Sale - 01/25/09 11:46 AM
Hudson, New Hampshire Foreclosed and Bank Owned Properties
Don't miss out on new bank owned listings as they are listed in the MLS!
The major advantage of considering bank owned property is that the seller is very motivated to sell the property quickly and may offer an exceptional value.  As a buyer, you will be able to preview and inspect the property prior to purchase.  RE/MAX Country Properties real estate professionals provide this

FREE FORECLOSURE ALERT SERVICE!
Sign up to receive new listings of Hudson New Hampshire foreclosures and bank owned real estate.
A RE/MAX professional will contact you and … (0 comments)

relocation: Portsmouth Real Estate Community Tour - 01/25/09 09:13 AM
Portsmouth New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Visit
Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a historic city on the state's Atlantic Ocean coast. A popular summer tourist destination, Portsmouth offers a multitude of shops, restaurants, art galleries, cultural attractions, parks, beaches and historic sites for the enjoyment of residents and visitors alike. Portsmouth is centrally located within an hour's drive of Boston, the state capital in Concord, the cities of Nashua and Manchester, the southern coast of Maine and the scenic Lakes Region. Additionally, the snowy peaks of the White Mountains and the idyllic fishing villages of Cape Cod are just a short drive … (0 comments)

relocation: Hudson New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Visit - 01/24/09 01:36 PM
Hudson New Hampshire Real Estate Tour
Hudson, New Hampshire is a town of approximately 25,000 on the Massachusetts border. It features a mix of residential neighborhoods alongside commercial and industrial development, with some small retail plazas and several high-tech companies. The community offers a strong business climate, good schools, and a central location near the cities of Boston, Nashua, Manchester, the state's Atlantic Ocean coast, the scenic sprawl of the NH Lakes Region and the snowy peaks of the White Mountains.
Originally settled as part of the Dunstable land grant in 1732, the community was incorporated as "Nottingham West". In order to … (0 comments)

relocation: Bedford, NH New Listing Alert Service! - 01/11/09 11:13 AM
Hot Listings Sell Fast - Don't Miss Out!
Our FREE home search service saves you time and provides you with current inventory of homes available through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that meet your criteria. All Bedford, New Hampshire real estate listed in the MLS will be provided including homes, land, multi-family and condominium listings.
Home search is a web-based real estate software tool that keeps you continually informed of your local real estate market. Look at some of the features offered:
*  Daily/real time alerts of new listings!     Delivered by email or thru your desktop.
*  Direct access to the Multiple Listing … (0 comments)

relocation: Merrimack New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Tour - 01/10/09 05:36 AM
Visit Merrimack New Hampshire Real Estate and Tour the Community
Merrimack, New Hampshire is a sprawling bedroom community located between Nashua and Manchester, the state's two largest cities. The town is home to about 23,000 people, with some commercial development as well as residential subdivisions and a rustic country setting around its outskirts. The Merrimack River serves as the town�s eastern border, and the Souhegan River runs through the middle of town. Centrally located near the city of Boston, the state's scenic Atlantic Ocean coast, the stunning natural expanse of the Lakes Region and the snowy peaks of the White Mountains, … (0 comments)

relocation: Manchester New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Visit - 01/10/09 05:18 AM
Tour the City, Obtain Information about Manchester New Hampshire Real Estate
Manchester, New Hampshire is the largest city in the state and one of the fastest-growing cities in New England. The financial, cultural and political hub of New Hampshire, Manchester is located between Concord and Nashua.
Originally inhabited by the Penacook Indians, who called the area "Amoskeag" - meaning "good fish place" - Manchester was granted by Massachusetts Governor Benning Wentworth in 1751 as "Derryfield". In 1807, inventor Samuel Blodget opened a canal and lock system to allow passage around the Amoskeag Falls for shipping vessels. Blodget here envisioned a major … (0 comments)

relocation: Amherst New Hampshire Virtual Visit - 01/10/09 02:01 AM
Amherst New Hampshire Real Estate Tour - A Visit to the Community
Amherst, New Hampshire has a population of more than 11,000, which continues to grow each year as people are attracted to its well-regarded school system. A quiet community at the heart of southern New Hampshire's Souhegan Valley, the town offers an accessible location near Boston, the seacoast and the White Mountains, a thriving local business climate, striking natural and historical scenery, and excellent opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure.
First settled in about 1733, the town was incorporated in 1760 and named in honor of Lord General Jeffrey Amherst, … (0 comments)

relocation: Bedford, New Hampshire - 01/09/09 07:34 AM
The Community of Bedford, New Hampshire
Bedford, New Hampshire , formerly a quiet farming town, has evolved into an affluent bedroom community for those commuting to nearby Manchester and other cities; notably, Nashua, Boston and even Concord. With an 80/20 residential-to-business ratio, the Bedford, NH real estate profile doesn't automatically evoke a booming business town. However, commerce in the town is growing. Popular establishments include the Bedford Village Inn and Restaurant, one of the top Bed and Breakfasts in New Hampshire, and C.R. Sparks, one of the area's finest restaurants.
Incorporated in 1750, the town was named for Lord John Russell, … (0 comments)

relocation: Peterborough New Hampshire Real Estate Tour - 01/03/09 08:51 AM
PETERBOROUGH, NH REAL ESTATE TOUR
Real estate professionals from RE/MAX Country Properties can assist you in finding the right property to meet your needs and provide you with specific information about the community. Welcome to Peterborough, NH.
Peterborough, New Hampshire is an idyllic rural community at the heart of southwestern New Hampshire's Monadnock region. Originally a mill town, Peterborough has always been a major site for New Hampshire business and industry. The first settlers of Peterborough were farmers who came in 1739. For over 50 years, the center of town was located along what is now called Old Street Road. Around 1800 the … (0 comments)

relocation: Salem New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Tour - 01/02/09 10:59 AM
SALEM, NH REAL ESTATE VIRTUAL VISIT

Real estate professionals from RE/MAX Country Properties will assist you in finding the right property that meet your needs and provide you with specific information about the community.  A brief look at the community of Salem, NH:
Salem, New Hampshire is the "Gateway to New Hampshire". Just over the Massachusetts border, the town sits conveniently along Interstate 93, less than an hour's drive from the culture and excitement of Boston and the beauty and tranquility of New Hampshire's White Mountains, Lakes Region and Atlantic Ocean coast.
Originally settled in 1652, the community was originally known as the … (0 comments)

relocation: New Boston New Hampshire Real Estate Tour - 01/01/09 11:40 AM
NEW BOSTON, NH REAL ESTATE TOUR
Real estate professionals from RE/MAX Country Properties can assist you in finding the right property to meet your needs and provide you with specific information about the community.  A brief look into the community of New Boston, NH:
New Boston, New Hampshire is a small town located in Hillsborough County, and the Souhegan Valley which is in southern NH. Neighboring towns include Weare, Goffstown, Bedford, Amherst, Mont Vernon, Lyndeborough, and Francestown. The town is convenient to major routes, making easy access to work and recreational areas with closest city being Manchester, NH.
New Boston, NH … (0 comments)

relocation: Hollis New Hampshire Real Estate Virtual Tour - 01/01/09 08:43 AM
HOLLIS NH REAL ESTATE
Real estate professionals from RE/MAX Country Properties can assist you in finding the right property to meet your needs and provide you with specific information about the community.  A brief look into the community of Hollis, NH:
Hollis, New Hampshire still maintains strong ties with its rural past. Originally settled as a part of Dunstable, Massachusetts, the town was incorporated by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth in 1746. Once known mainly for its corn, strawberries, orchards, and dairy and poultry farms, this affluent bedroom community is now also home to a number of business executives and their families.
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Real Estate in a Virtual World

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