In the famous words of Bruce Buffer: "Iiiit's Tiiiime"! No, I'm not planning to step into the octagon with anyone — ever. It's time to finally throw my proverbial hat in the ring and join the world of the homeowners once again. It's been too long. I really enjoy my roommate and could not hav…
This large Cape-style family home at 27 Partridge Run in Fryeburg, Maine, offers comfort, privacy and convenience on 35 private acres of wooded land in beautiful West Fryeburg.
I know I've talked about the cool little (300-square-foot) cabin I lived in over in Lincoln before. It was basically meant for summer use, but got converted to year round so someone could make a buck (and I could have a neato place to live).
What could be better than owning this desirable two bedroom, 2½ bath Kearsarge Brook condominium located at 235 Skimobile Road, Unit 1202/1202A in Conway?
I've been deep-sea fishing off the coast in Portsmouth and even enjoyed a whale watching cruise (where we actually saw some whales) in Hawaii. Outside of that, my life has been relegated to freshwater fun.
Looking for a low-maintenance primary residence or second home? Look no further. This well-cared for and recently updated second-floor unit, at the meticulously maintained Saco Woods Community, has everything you are looking for and more, including an on-site mailbox station, deeded carport …
As I mentioned last week, we're doing some renovations around the house. Our new front door and entry door to the garage are just awesome. They no longer bleed precious heat or scrape across the mud room floor.
As an increasing number of homeowners become more adept and comfortable working from home, the kitchen continues to grow in importance as the most significant, functional and enjoyable room in the home.
CONWAY — Badger Realty recently announced additional safety protocols for staff, customers and community in light of recent increases in the incidence of COVID-19 in the region. These steps were taken to ensure the safest possible experience for those buying or selling a property.
I think many first-timers are dipping their proverbial toes in the real estate waters simply because of the current (nutso!) interest rates. I can’t blame them one bit.