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Capitol Region

CAPITOL REGION The Capitol Region features the capitol city, Concord, which the Merrimack River divides, and includes many smaller towns in the county and beyond.  The NH History Museum and the Capital Center for the Arts offer much to see and do throughout the year, there is a broad...

Lakes Region

LAKES REGION The Lakes Region is the heart of New Hampshire.  Here you will find serene lakefront homes, cottages, condos and resorts. Scenic New Hampshire must have achieve this nick name from views in this area.  Boating, fishing, camping, hiking, water/snow skiing and more can all be enjoyed in...

Greater Manchester Region

GREATER MANCHESTER REGION The Greater Manchester Region boasts the largest city in New Hampshire, Manchester, and offers modern and historic touches throughout, with former textile mills now gleaming with renovated commercial and business space, apartment buildings, convenient city services, homes in and near bus routes and beautiful residential areas...

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We offer easy, speedy access to real estate listings throughout New Hampshire. Search for homes statewide, at your own convenience, and reach out to a DUVALTEAM REALTOR when you have questions and you are ready. Complete inventory of listings for NH Real Estate for sale, every town, every listing, from every REALTOR statewide. Our real estate homes for sale search in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is the most up to date, timely online MLS resource.

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Blog Posts

June 18, 2014 |


Is your real estate agent a good negotiator? When you hire a real estate agent to represent you in a home purchase, you are looking for someone who can formulate an offer for you, with your best interests in mind, and negotiate that on your behalf. Price is one consideration of the sale.  Some may say this is the most important. However, the buyer must also consider the terms they will offer, such as the date of closing, any items they wish to add to the offer, requesting seller concessions such as closing costs or prepaid items or points.  Is this sale subject to inspections? financing? appraisal? Or is this a cash offer with few contingencies?  Does the buyer have...

May 10, 2014 |

SPRING 2014 Market Update

The real estate market in New Hampshire is improving as compared to the last several years.  We have made the turn from buyer’s market with high inventory and lower pricing, to the ever-present seller’s market with more buyers than listings, which brings higher pricing and multiple offers. There is no better time to price your property to sell.  Overpricing does little more than give your property a stereotype, stale effect.  It red flags it to savvy buyers.  Your property is just going to sit. Just because you may have made improvements over the years does not mean you add that all up and that is what the property is worth now.  And just because...

April 5, 2014 |


If you are considering a home purchase and would like new construction, speak to a real estate who is an expert in the field of new construction with much experience selling new construction, because you will have many questions and will need sound advice. There are new construction mortgage loans that you will want to consider, do not apply for the first one you hear about, shop your options.  Your real estate agent should know area lenders to help you get started.  Do not be led to use a lender that the builder asks you to use, that cannot be required, nor is it the best choice for the buyer; you have a choice and should check out your options....

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