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Welcome Michele Jordan

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Being born and raised in southwestern Maine and currently living in Limerick I have a love and appreciation for being in the foothills of the White Mountains and what the valley has to offer! Whether it’s working with sellers, first time home buyers or seasoned second home buyers I enjoy the excitement and enthusiasm tied to a new home [...]

Autumn Home Checklist

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Fall is officially here! That means we’ll soon be graced by stunning foliage, smiling jack-o-lanterns, and the first snowflakes. Yes, we said the s-word. As fall sets in and temperatures begin to drop we are reminded that soon enough the ground will be frozen and snow will be falling. Are you ready for the changing seasons? Is your [...]

Welcome Eileen Difeo

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Eileen Difeo is a proud resident of Bartlett NH, an enthusiastic outdoorswoman, and a passionate local REALTOR®. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts, she spent several years working and traveling the world as much as possible. Now going into her 10th year as a full time real estate professional, she has fine tuned her [...]

Welcome Michael Pitkin

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Whether you are looking to buy or sell real estate in the Lake Sunapee region I am your man. Born and raised here, I have the resources and knowledge to help you achieve your real estate goals. After graduating Newport High School, I went on to attend Stetson University in sunny Florida where I received both my bachelor’s degree and Master’s [...]

The Upper Valley's Luxury Market

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The Coldwell Banker Global Luxury program propelled Coldwell Banker to sell more than 32,600 U.S. properties over one million dollars at last count, more than any other brand. In just the last three years, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Certified Property Specialists have sold some of the highest-priced U.S. homes including four that topped $120 million.

Spring and Summer Home Checklist

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As I look out my window, I see promising signs of warmer weather on the horizon. The ice slowly drifting down the river is few and far between, the trees have their first buds, and the once looming snow banks are no more. It’s official, Spring has Sprung! 

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