The Red Oak Life Blog
Although home ownership is viewed as a big part of the American Dream, it’s also among the biggest financial commitments you’ll ever make. Should you jump in and go for it, or is renting a better option? There are many things to consider in weighing whether to Rent an Apartment vs. Buy a House, and many cases where renting makes a lot more sense.
The housing market in New Hampshire is fast moving and ever changing. As the market swings into the busy seasons, some home owners are finding that they can sell their present home or condominium very quickly but their new house is not ready for them to move into. Don’t Panic! There is a solution.
These corporate apartments provide remote workers, traveling nurses or other short term renters a place to stay that has all the comforts of home. It is typically a full sized apartment complete with a full kitchen, living room, private bath, closet space and the amenities that apartment communities have.
Let’s face it…odors happen. It might be your smelly gym clothes after a jog, pet odors or that fishy smell after cooking a meal. There is no need to buy expensive products for fighting odors in your apartment. Here are 4 common items that you may already have in your cabinets or pantry that will do the trick when fighting many common odors. These ideas can save you money and often times help save the environment too.
New Hampshire is a great place to live. The state boasts a great lifestyle and plenty of activities and work opportunities. There are places to live that have an urban feel and some that are in the suburbs. The NH seacoast, the white mountain region, and the lakes region are just a short drive away from the central area of the state.
More Space Tops the List of What Apartment Hunters are Looking for in New Hampshire during the Pandemic
The need for housing in New Hampshire has not changed despite the Pandemic. We researched what our clients are looking for when searching for a new apartment in New Hampshire during these Covid-19 times. Many have readjusted their wants and priorities to fit their new lifestyles.