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.
Blog :: 04-2019
We survived through the very long winter and I, for one, am so happy that Spring is finally here. I'm looking forward to longer days, warmer weather, spring flowers and enjoying time outdoors. Now that most of the snow has melted we are left with the remains of our Fall yard work this could be a good or bad thing depending on how much work you did several months ago. But, with newly thawed you’ll realize that the spring clean-up doesn’t have to be that bad. It just requires breaking down the tasks that must be done and having the right tools for the job. Through a series of simple steps and before you know it your yard will look spectacular and you will truly earn your summer!
We often think of mold as either a horrid musky smell often associated with older homes and basements or, we see the once light-colored shower grout is now black, YUCK! Mold grows undetected. Most people don’t realize they have a problem because they can’t see it at the beginning or ever. Mold is not visible until it creates a [...]
Spring has arrived and a deep spring clean-up is a must after a long winter when our homes have been completely closed up. Beyond the obvious regular cleaning tasks, here are a few hacks to use for a deep cleaning.
Use lemon to remove wet stains; rub one half of a lemon stains. The citric acid helps remove hard water marks. Remove water stains with lemon for a natural faucet fix.
Three local New Hampshire banks have once again been selected to participate in the 2019 Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston’s (FHLBB) Equity Builder Program (EBP); Bank of New Hampshire, Franklin Savings Bank and Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. This program offers members grants to provide down-payment, closing-cost, and rehabilitation assistance and homebuyer counseling to households with incomes at or below 80% of the area median income.