Jeffrey Harrington, Realtor®
Jeffrey Harrington, Realtor®
Portsmouth NH Real Estate, Jeffrey Harrington, Realtor® Phone: (603) 312-1221
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Tips for Home Sellers
Posted on 12/08/2019
Tips for Home Sellers
Image by Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay When it’s time to sell your home, it’s important to make sure it’s done right. Certain selling mistakes could lead to less money for your home than you wanted or other problems that make this process more complicated than it needs to be. Before you put your home on the market, keep...
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How Many Open Houses Should You Attend?
Posted on 12/01/2019
How Many Open Houses Should You Attend?
Attending open houses is common for property buyers in cities and towns nationwide. However, there is no set number of open houses that a homebuyer will need to attend to discover his or her dream residence. In some instances, a buyer may find the ideal home after attending his or her first open house. Or, a buyer may attend...
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Household Clutter Linked to Stress
Posted on 11/24/2019
Household Clutter Linked to Stress
Although clutter in your home may seem like an insignificant problem, it can actually have a negative impact on everything from your personal productivity to family relationships. When dirty dishes pile up, clothes gather on the floor, and toys are scattered everywhere, it often creates a feeling of discouragement that can seep into every aspect of your life. While...
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Tips for Adding Hardscaping to Your Outdoor Spaces
Posted on 11/17/2019
Tips for Adding Hardscaping to Your Outdoor Spaces
Image by Tim Cooper from Unsplash If your lawn and garden area is full of lush, thriving trees, shrubs, herbs, and flowers, you're probably proud of it's appearance and of all the hard work you've put in to get it that way. However, you may also have a nagging feeling that it's missing something, but you can't quite...
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Buyer Tips: How to Deal with an Aggressive Seller
Posted on 11/10/2019
Buyer Tips: How to Deal with an Aggressive Seller
As a homebuyer, you likely will want to do everything possible to secure your dream house at a budget-friendly price. Yet for those who are dealing with an aggressive property seller, achieving the optimal results may prove to be challenging. Lucky for you, we're here to help you simplify the homebuying process so you can acquire your ideal residence...
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Will Your Counter-Offer Meet a Buyer's Expectations?
Posted on 11/03/2019
Will Your Counter-Offer Meet a Buyer's Expectations?
If you receive an offer to purchase from a property buyer and decide to submit a counter-offer, it is important to err on the side of caution. Because if your counter-proposal fails to meet a buyer's expectations, you risk missing out on the opportunity to sell your house and maximize your home sale earnings. When it comes to reviewing...
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Improving Energy Efficiency with Your HVAC System
Posted on 10/27/2019
Improving Energy Efficiency with Your HVAC System
Photo by Skitterphoto via Pexels Keeping your home comfortable when the weather gets cooler can have a significant impact on your energy bills. In fact, your HVAC system is one of the biggest sources of energy usage in your home. You could end up spending more than you planned to on heating, especially if the weather turns colder...
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Luxury and High-Quality Flooring Options for Your Home
Posted on 10/20/2019
Luxury and High-Quality Flooring Options for Your Home
Flooring is a significant part of your home interior decor. It bears the brunt of your daily activities and is always the first surface to reflect wear and tear. With that in mind, consider installing high-end flooring that is durable, lasts longer, and of course, makes your home more appealing. Luxurious flooring can boost your home value tremendously...
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Being Sincere - Repairing Your Marble Countertops
Posted on 10/13/2019
Being Sincere - Repairing Your Marble Countertops
The word “sincere” comes from the Latin prefix sine meaning “without” and the cerae meaning “wax.” In ancient times, when marble had cracks or chips, nefarious craftsmen would fill the crack with wax to hide the damage, making the stonework “insincere.” With the proliferation of marble countertops in the décor of the past several years, many homeowners do...
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Is Tiny Living for You?
Posted on 10/06/2019
Is Tiny Living for You?
Right now, one version of minimalism drives the tiny house movement. More than simplifying life and being mindful of excess, the move to a tiny home purports to be environmentally friendly, budget conscious, and somewhat Utopian. So, is it just a fad? Or, is it all that and a bag of chips? Accentuate the positives For those living...
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Want to Keep Your Home Smelling Like Summer All Year Long?
Posted on 09/29/2019
Want to Keep Your Home Smelling Like Summer All Year Long?
If summer is your favorite season of the year, then you probably wouldn't mind having your home smell like summer all through the year, seeing as most people wait all year to breathe in summer's scent. Follow simple tips to keep your home smelling fresh and summery all through the year. Make a Gel Freshener Yourself. Making a...
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How to Compost
Posted on 09/22/2019
How to Compost
Making your own compost for your garden is a rather straightforward process that won’t cost a lot of money but will offer you some great returns. Basically, home composting is all about turning your regular kitchen waste into a rich additive for your garden. If done the right way, you won’t have to deal with any smell or...
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