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Home Offices on a Budget

home office furniture is perfect for creating a home office, with flexibility when you move

Almost everyone needs a home office these days. The more important question is who’s going to use the home office and how are they going to use it? There’s a big difference between needing a home office to collect and pay family bills, and file paperwork you need to keep longer. Maybe you’re a teacher and spend some evenings doing lesson plans and grading papers? Some corporate employees work at home most of the week and there are a growing number of entrepreneurs running businesses from a home office. What do you need your home office for? Do you feel that... 

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Tips for First Time Home Buyers

first time home buyers need to buy what they can afford

First time home buyers have a lot more challenges than even a few years ago. They’ve got more information on the Internet, and have to decide what’s truthful and helpful. They need to create a framework for sorting all this new information out, and learn how to use the information to make smart decisions for now and the unknown future as we’ve all learned watching the housing bubble burst.

The home buying process can be very intimidating for the first time home buyer and today there are more hurdles to overcome, created to safeguard against the home financing problems that led to... 

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Adding Lifestyle Flexibility With Two Master Suites

Houses include a larger, master suite with master bath

Master suites are typically much larger bedrooms with private baths, walk-in closets and sometimes even an additional sitting area. The bathroom in a modern master suite usually has additional amenities which can include a separate toilet room, a stall shower and even a stand-alone sunken tub with jets.  Another modern addition to the ensuite that HGTV refers to, is a separate sitting area for lounging, reading or watching television.

Newer developers are becoming increasingly aware of the changes in family dynamics.  Economic conditions in the past few years have forced families into living together longer.  We also have been introduced to the... 

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Highfield Commons is Rochester’s Newest Gem.

Highfield Commons, a new neighborhood being built in Rochester, NH is an incredible find for a new home buyer.  These  beautiful homes evoke the classic style of a New England farmhouse and include traditional three– and- four bedroom floor-plans in a traditional neighborhood setting.  These new homes are affordable, located in a picturesque setting and very close to major commuter routes, shopping and recreation.

Environmentally Designed

Builder/developer Chris Strickler of Chesapeake  Development has embraced the setting and used natural materials such as granite for steps and incorporated natural stones into the landscaping to link the homes to their lovely location in Rochester.... 

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