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Ski New Hampshire — With Cross-Country and Alpine Options for All Levels

Are you a first-time home buyer who wants urban amenities and access to winter sports? Are you checking out New England vacation properties within an easy drive of winter recreation areas? Look no farther than New Hampshire!

The White Mountains region of New Hampshire – with its variety of attractive properties for sale – offers downhill skiing and snowboarding at more than a dozen easily accessed, family-friendly resorts and ski areas, including Loon Mountain, King Pine, Attitash, Waterville Valley, and Bretton Woods. Located just north of Perfect Choice Properties’ offices in the state capital of Concord, the White Mountains region features an impressive number of 4,000-foot peaks, 48 in all. Continue reading Ski New Hampshire — With Cross-Country and Alpine Options for All Levels

What Is the Difference Between a Competitive Market Analysis and an Appraisal?

Real-estate terminology can be confusing for those not in the business – and especially for first-time home buyers or sellers. Online guides do provide definitions of technical terms, but they do not often explain, for example, what the actual difference is between a competitive market analysis and a property appraisal. Continue reading What Is the Difference Between a Competitive Market Analysis and an Appraisal?

Make Your Getaway to the New Hampshire Lakes Region

Summer in the New Hampshire Lakes Region is the ultimate New England getaway! Comprising Lake Winnipesaukee, Lake Winnisquam, Lake Squam, Lake Newfound, Lake Sunapee, Lake Ossipee, and more than 250 smaller lakes and ponds, the N.H. Lakes Region has been welcoming vacationers for more than a century – many of whom eventually trade in their summer rentals for vacation-home ownership. Continue reading Make Your Getaway to the New Hampshire Lakes Region

Perfect Choice Founder Honored as REALTOR of the Year!

The Capital Region Board of REALTORS® named Judith Richard the 2014 REALTOR® of the Year at the annual awards luncheon earlier this month. The Board, which was chartered in 1955, has more than 400 REALTOR® and Affiliate members and serves 24 towns in the Concord region of New Hampshire.

Richard currently serves as the Board’s treasurer, as well as the president of the New Hampshire chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS®. She was the 2006 recipient of the REALTOR® Member of the Year Award from both the Central New Hampshire Chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS® and the Women’s Council of REALTORS® – State of New Hampshire.