COVID and Seacoast NH Real Estate
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So many opportunities to find holiday cheer this season. We offer you this year’s roundup of festivities for you and your family to enjoy. All of us at RE/MAX RISING TIDE, Madden Group wish you and yours a lovely holiday season.
Pandemic or not, ‘tis the season for cheer and merriment, adorning our homes with lights and candles, and in some cases celebrating the season with fireworks! According to data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there are more in-home fires during the weeks leading up to the New Year than any other time of the year. To ensure festivities are happy and safe, pay attention to these holiday-season fire safety tips.
Rising Tide Property Management’s team is top notch and will help make your property a worry-free part of your financial portfolio. You can breathe easy knowing our team is responsible for the details of your New Hampshire area vacation property.
A resident of the Seacoast for more than 36 years, Paul Tarnowski helps clients make the best decisions about their real estate investments. He understands their needs, the market, and the community at large and will proactively work to help them achieve their goals. [...]
Awh, the first snow of the season. In won’t be long before we have our first serious snowfall. Use this checklist to get your home ready for the winter.
Robina Parise grew up in a family that moved on average every four years, which fueled her interest in real estate, historical homes, and architecture at a very young age. She took these interests to Portsmouth’s historic house scene where she worked at the Warner House and later on, the Moffatt-Ladd House. Eventually, she decided to translate her house knowledge and expertise to help others make history in their own homes.
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