Real Estate Seacoast Blog by Shannon Aldrich

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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Coastal Realty
Writings on the special places and towns of the New Hampshire Seacoast and Southern Maine. Tips and marketing ideas for fellow agents everywhere. Living the life of a real etsate professional and offering training to others who want to join
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 Greenland NH is just west of Portsmouth on Rte. 33. This town is home to the oldest brick house in New Hampshire. Built by Captain Samuel Weeks in 1710 it survived the earthquake of 1755 with some cracks in the 18" thick beams that supported the house. The bandstand pictured here is located in t...
04/04/2008
When I think of Hampton NH, it is the beach that forms my memories. Going on vacation with my Mother and Grandmother Helen to enjoy the boardwalk fry doe and the large expanse of white sand. One of my earliest memories is the statue of a woman as she looks out to sea. This is the New Hampshire Ma...
04/03/2008
Brentwood NH has seen an upswing in real estate activity during January 1 to March 31, 2008! This period saw 13 single family and condos sold over selling only 9 in 2007! That's a 44% increase in total units sold. Now there is a good piece of news. The average days on market also dropped dramatic...
04/03/2008
Rye is a community by the Sea. Home to Odiorne Point State Park, Abenaki Golf Course, Wallis Sands State Beach, Jenness Beach, Saunders at Rye Harbor and Petey's Seafood! There are approximately 2,176 homes in Rye and 1,462 are lived in year-round.Rye's housing market has remained stable from 200...
04/02/2008
Berwick, Maine is a small town on the Maine/New Hampshire border of 6,353 resident according to the 2000 Census. During the first quarter of 2008 there were 7 home sales. There were no sales in January but the average days on market are currently around 130 and the average sale price is $131,819....
04/02/2008
Rochester is the 5th largest City/Town in New Hampshire with 30,117 residents according to the 2006 Census. There are 13,324 housing units in the City and currently there are 257 single family homes & condos on the market. Homes in Rochester are ranging between $39,900 and $689,500. In reviewing ...
04/02/2008
Dover is the town I grew up in and I have an enduring fondest for it. We have definitely seen some changes when reviewing the first quarter of 2007 to the first quarter of 2008. In 2007 there were 94 single family homes & condos sold and in 2008 that number has dropped to 61. That computes to a 3...
04/02/2008
Good news (and not too surprising) - Portsmouth is a stable investment for purchasing housing with some excellent opportunities for both Buyers and Sellers. There were 59 homes sold in Portsmouth during January 1 through March 31, 2008. They ranged in sold price from $110,000 to $1,150,000. Avera...
04/02/2008
The ultimate New England sandwich that is sure to delight everyone. Can be made from already shucked fresh or frozen lobster meat to save time and effort. For purists you will want to set aside time to steam 10lbs of lobsters to obtain 2lbs of meat. I find steamed lobster much better tasting tha...
04/01/2008
April Showers bring May Flowers! And more holidays. It is National Garden Month - how about giving seeds or annuals to your core clients. Or give out trees for Arbor Day at the end of the month. This year with gas prices it makes a lot of sense to celebrate Walk to Work Day on the 2nd. You can do...
03/28/2008
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Sharing perspectives about living in the New Hampshire Seacoast & Southern Maine area from a native professional real estate consultant. Marketing ideas for other real esate agents that can be used in any market.