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  Riverside Condominium at South Peak Resort on Loon Mountain. “Short Sale” Luxury living with a view of the Pemigewasset river, and ski back access for the ski slopes of Loon’s South mountain side. Cherry Cabinet, Stainless Steel appliances, and stone –gas fireplace. This terrific top floor end ...
  Lincoln New Hampshire sights and sounds of the Woods I was disappointed to find the Flume Gorge was closed when I arrived for my weekly walk in the Woods. I took a path a little less traveled and hiked Mount Pemigewasset instead. Upon reaching the summit, I was able to get a far off view of Mou...
Fall Back... The ski season is near when the clocks roll back an hour.      Get an extra hour in the morning, but it's dark on the way home after work.   The sun is fading over Mount Moosilauke, one of my favorite White mountain New Hampshire hikes.   The Mount Washington Hotel and the real Mount...
  Agents often assist in maintaining better prices in a short sale scenario than the banks alternative method of property disposal…yes I’m taking about the- F-bomb.   A Foreclosure is the selling of a stigmatized asset…not the negotiation with a lender for forgiveness. More to the point: If my se...
I'll admit there is nothing scientific about this statement. But it appears to be more than just a passing feeling. High income earners have been hording money loosely earmarked for their vacation home purchase. A customer said today..."whether things get better right away or not, we are less con...
Wednesday in the White Mountains of New Hampshire...I try to explore a hike or some other recreational activity on my day away from the real estate office. This weeks was a four mile round trip gaunt in the woods Mount Pemigewasset - Also known as Indian Head.      Indian head from two miles away...
Sun Up on Woodstock New Hampshire, first hard frost in the low valleys. The Foliage is gone, the trees all but bare (except the evergreens) and the Mountains decidedly white capped. Welcome to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I'll post some additional photos later after my Wednesday hike...t...
The Mountains are high... high enough to be above the clouds. Mount Washington... The Valley is low...low enough not to have any snow...down so low.          Little Haystack. The colors were bright and cheerful. Until the fist snows take and blew the leaves away.   A beautiful blue sky day...and ...

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