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To whom do you go for advice? Are you fortunate enough that it is still your mom? (Thanks, mom!) Do you have that one awesome relative you lean on for advice, answers, tough-love? (Thanks, Lib!) Or is it a long-term friendship that fosters immediate reconnection whenever you two reach out? (…

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The Lakes Region Professional Porch Sitters Chapter 603 met this past Sunday morning on the four-seasons porch at Rollie Rollins’ house in Sanbornton. Dirk Davenport, Bubba Gunter, Travis D. Coletrain, Little Stevie Prestone, and I were in attendance. We all rode over together and, when we d…

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Back when I was a teenager and knew everything (or at least far more than my parents), I insisted on getting a Pontiac Sunbird as my first car because: A) I thought rear-wheel drive was super cool, and B) my parents were coldly unsympathetic to my pleas for a Corvette.

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The new year has begun. If you are like me, you stayed out WAY too late on Tuesday night. And, since my birthday (still not quite yet 50 years old) is on Sunday, I am still enjoying a couple of lazy days. Those include getting out in the snowy woods followed by some good quality time on the couch!

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There were 134 single-family homes sold in November in the Lakes region communities covered by this report. The average sales price was $419,001 and the median price was $297,450. Ho! Ho! Ho!

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If you think about it, many classic Christmas songs (and movies) are centered on the important role of the home in Christmas and other holidays.

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Some home-sellers act as though their job is finished the moment they engage the services of a listing agent. I’d like to make an analogy that will challenge that way of thinking.

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As of Dec. 1, there were 528 listings on the market in the 14 Lakes Region communities covered by this report. The average asking price was $607,910 and the median price was $339,900. The current inventory represents a 4.3-month supply of homes on the market.

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Cape Cod-style homes were first built by early settlers who had two important concerns that persist for homeowners to this day: affordability and energy-efficient protection from harsh New England winters. Nearly 400 years after the first homes of this style were built, those characteristics…

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MEREDITH — Chris Kelly, owner/broker of RE/MAX Bayside, announced that, out of more than 2,760 RE/MAX agents in New England, Scott Knowles placed third in New Hampshire and 39th in New England in closed sales for the first three quarters of 2019.