You learn an awful lot in high school and even more if you go on to college or a trade school; all this knowledge is important and will help you get a job and begin life as an adult. But, during all those years of education did anyone ever teach you how to create a household budget, manage your money and establish credit? Some folks are lucky enough to have parents that taught them these skills, but most people simply learn as they go – and make mistakes. Now imagine the time has come to purchase your first home – who taught you how that process works or even where to begin? Jumping into the process by looking at homes first is usually the first move, but a wrong one.
Low Income Housing Info
This is the year! The year you stop paying rent and become a homeowner. To help you achieve that goal, keep these New Year’s resolutions and you’ll be on the track to homeownership.
There are many myths surrounding homeownership and many of them prevent some individuals from even considering the possibility of ever owning their own home. I’m here to tell you – there are homeownership opportunities for almost every situation.
For over 27 years, Affordable Housing, Education and Development (AHEAD) has been successfully developing and managing affordable rental housing for working families, seniors and people with disabilities throughout northern Grafton and Co?s Counties. The Littleton-based non-profit currently owns and operates 399 units of affordable housing in 9 northern communities and will be adding to their portfolio with an upcoming project in Woodstock.
Your dream of owning a home can become a reality if you set realistic goals, get sound advice, plan carefully and clearly understand the costs of home ownership. Let’s face it, it’s not like we took Home buying 101 in school and navigating through, or even starting the process, can be overwhelming. The good news is that there are a multitude [...]
Real estate tax assistance is real and you should see if you qualify! The Low & Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief program offered by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue was created to decrease the economic burden of the State Education Property Tax on certain at-risk taxpayers.
The amount of relief received varies with the [...]
Buying your first home can be emotionally and financially challenging. With rising home prices, limited inventory, down-payment requirements and upfront closing costs, it’s enough to overwhelm someone right out of the process. In New Hampshire some local banks recognize how difficult entering the housing market can be and able to offer some [...]