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.
Blog :: 10-2020
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.
Welcome to the newest member of the team, Jules Rakic. Jules recently earned her credentials as a licensed realtor in both Maine and New Hampshire.
Welcome to Ned Paul, who joined Re/Max Rising Tide during the summer of 2020.
Ned grew up with a family of real estate investors buying, selling, and managing seasonal rentals, commercial properties, and waterfront homes. Today, Ned owns multifamily investments in both Rye and Portsmouth and has strong connections in the business community.
Holly has been with Re/Max Rising Tide for about a year and comes with a solid understanding of the real estate environment having worked at title companies, law firms, and mortgage practices.
Julie has a unique understanding of buyer and seller needs and the importance of having a trusted advisor on your side. This edge makes Julie an exceptional agent.
Laura Donahue has lived in Seacoast New Hampshire for the past 18 years. Her strong knowledge of the region’s neighborhoods, schools, culture, history, and local beaches allows her to provide her clients with the best insight into the wonderful benefits of living in coastal New Hampshire and Maine.
Nothing beats fall in New England, it is a beautiful gift from Mother Nature. But fall can be unpredictable, don’t be caught off guard by an unexpected snow storm. It is not too late to secure your snow removal contractor, but you need to act fast. Continue reading.
You’ve worked hard and invested too much money into your property to allow it to be vulnerable. Use these tips to keep your investment safe and sound.