Living in New Hampshire

From its attractive and entertaining coastline to its beautiful, sprawling mountain ranges, New Hampshire has something for everyone.  Hundreds of historic sites, dozens of state parks and over 1300 lakes, ponds and rivers lend to New Hampshire's outdoor appeal.  Residents of the Granite State enjoy a lifestyle that is unique to the New England area.  Yankee Pride, Ingenuity and Thrift are some of the hearty traits found in the folks who live in the heavily wooded state of New Hampshire.

New Hampshire is one among only five states in the country that does not levy a state sales tax on tangible personal property sold within the state.  The state motto of "Live Free Or Die" rings true to New Hampshire residents and it is a maxim we all hold dear.  One of very few states without a mandatory helmet law, NH legislators have cut down several attempts over the past few decades to impose the law on their motorcycle-riding constituents.  Citizens of this fine state feel that the freedom to make their own choices supercedes the government's responsibility to keep them safe and it's that kind of self-reliance that's a true indicator of what makes New Hampshire such a wonderful state to live in.

From historic Portsmouth on the coast, to the bustling college town of Keene, all the way up to Canaan on the Canadian border, living in New Hampshire is living the way it's meant to be.  Properties are available throughout the state, including the fastest growing area in southern NH, the county of Hillsborough.  Due to high taxes, politics and a weak economy, many Massachusetts homeowners are pulling up roots and moving across the border to the small New Hampshire towns that dot the state line.  Amherst, Brookline, Hollis and Windham (just to name a few) are all beautiful bedroom communities just waiting for you to move in.  Perfect for the young family, these towns offer a great location, excellent school systems and all the peace and tranquility you've been searching for.

If you're interested in homes for sale or are looking to sell your home in southern NH or any other part of this beautiful and historic state, don't hesitate to call Jim Miller Bean Group at (603) 801-3987.  We know New Hampshire like no one else - call today or register on this site and log in for up-to-date MLS listings.  We're here to answer your questions and offer you solutions to your home buying and selling needs.

Jim Miller is a full time full service licensed Realtor® in the Southern New Hampshire area with Bean Group and has many years of experience buying and selling New Hampshire Real Estate

Contact Jim direct at 603-801-3987

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