7 May 2018

Things to Take Care of When You First Move Into a Home




Moving into your new home is an exciting time! But before you celebrate, there are a few items you’ll want to check off your list to ensure your safety and well-being in your new home. Change your locks You never know who has had keys to your home in the past, so the best thing […]

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20 April 2018

The Perfect Time to Renovate




Looking for the perfect home isn’t easy—and with the recent decline in available real estate inventory, your dreams of homeownership may take longer to achieve. With homes flying off the market and sellers entertaining bidding wars, it may be time for you to consider other options—especially if you haven’t had much luck. It could be […]

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10 April 2018

What to Know about a For Sale By Owner Home




Every so often there’s a home on the market that’s for sale by its owner. Usually, it’s because the seller wants to try their luck without an agent. These types of listings can still offer great deals, but they also come with some nuances. Here’s what you should know about a home that’s for sale […]

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16 February 2018

How to Cut Costs at Home




Keeping the light on in a room. Leaving the water running for too long. These are just some of the many things we may do out of habit without realizing their impact on our monthly bills. Here are some quick tips and ideas to help you save around your home. Save Your Electricity • When […]

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17 January 2018

What You Need to Know About Winter House Hunting




For many parts of the country, winter is the season we love to hate – shoveling the driveway, longer commutes and freezing temperatures. But it’s also the perfect season for hot chocolate, relaxing by the fire and house hunting. House hunting? That’s right. Here are some of the pros to buying during the winter months. […]

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31 October 2017

Regency’s Helping Rebuild Boston




When Suheil Campbell walks into her house now, she’s not reminded of everything that’s slipped through the cracks over the years. Now, she’s reminded about how much her community supported her. In 2006 Campbell lost her husband in Iraq, leaving her to care for their two children and the house by herself. A struggle unfortunately […]

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19 September 2017

Tips for Doing Your Own Credit Repair




Lenders rely on credit reports as part of the process to qualify you for a loan. Negative information on a credit report or a low credit score could suggest that you are less likely to pay back debt as agreed. The tips below will help you clean up your credit so that you can put […]

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18 July 2017

5 Tips for Finding Your Dream Home




House hunting can be a daunting process. With a little prep work and the right mindset, you can focus on what you truly want and be well on your way to finding your ideal new home! These five tips will help guide you along the way to your dream home. Know Your Budget Don’t wait […]

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14 June 2017

Credit Do’s and Don’ts During the Lending Process




Did you know that your credit report is pulled twice during the lending process? Once in the beginning during the pre-approval stage and again right before your closing. During this time period it is imperative that you don’t do anything that could impact your credit score or your loan. Here’s what to do to protect […]

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15 March 2017

Lucky Charms in Real Estate




Whether it’s a family home, a vacation getaway or an investment property, owning real estate is an important investment in your future. With so much riding on these transactions, real estate often feels like a high stakes game of chance. Given that there’s no exact formula for success and the process can be highly emotional, […]

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16 February 2017

Home Maintenance to Retain Value during this Year!




At the start to every new year, we all promise to make changes for the better and set resolutions to help achieve these goals. One part of our lives is often overlooked– our homes. This year, make an effort to maintain your home better and give it the upgrades it has so badly needed! Here […]

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19 December 2016

Holiday Décor Safety Precautions




  It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Part of the joy of the holiday season is gathering with friends and family to celebrate and honor traditions. For most, that includes decorating their home. To ensure that your holiday celebration is filled with laughter and not a disaster, take a look at these holiday […]

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22 November 2016

Top 3 Money Management Tips for 20-Somethings!




Whether you are headed off to college, starting a job, saving for your first home, or a parent preparing a child for life on their own, money management and budgeting can create anxiety. Can I afford college? How do I save for a down payment? How will I pay my bills, save and still be […]

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9 November 2016

Simple Energy Efficient Upgrades for the Home




It’s no secret that an energy efficient home costs less to operate. But the up-front costs of major upgrades can be daunting. We set out to find options for small enhancements on a budget that can make a difference. Here is a short list of DIY projects homeowners can easily take on to improve home […]

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27 October 2016

The Most Haunted Places around Our Locations




Is it a ghost or is it just imagination? Legend has it that the following places around our branch locations are haunted! Visit if you dare. Happy Halloween everyone! Hooksett, NH: Hesser College- Manchester It’s said that multiple ghosts roam the halls of this college, including the ghost of a young boy who bounces his […]

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5 October 2016

5 Fall Home Improvement Must-Do’s




Now that school is back in session and the leaves are beginning to change, it may be a good time to take on some fall home improvement projects. Maintenance is an essential element of homeownership that can change with the seasons. From roof repairs to fireplace safety, it is difficult to know where to begin. […]

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