OAKLAND, Calif. - America’s biggest cities should brace for a chunk of families moving out because they prefer to work remotely from less crowded and less expensive areas, according to a survey by Upwork released Thursday.
In a tight-knit community less than two miles from Market Square in Portsmouth, a group of residents who live at the former Ward’s Park are working to raise money for a much-needed infrastructure project to improve the safety of their neighborhood.
WASHINGTON - Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly fell in September after four straight monthly increases, but the housing market remains supported by record low mortgage rates and demand for more room as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on.
Business leaders in Dover believe two new apartment buildings in the center of downtown are helping to breathe life into the community, which has been significantly impacted by the economic fallout associated with COVID-19.
THORNTON — The death of Northern Pass has proven to be a boon for Owl’s Nest. It’s easier to sell $500,000 homes when you can assure buyers that giant utility poles will not be running through the development.
MANCHESTER — The Currier Museum of Art will purchase the Chandler House from the Catholic Diocese of Manchester, saving the 150-year-old Victorian mansion from the wrecking ball, the two organizations announced Wednesday.
Garbage disposals are one of those appliances you just assume will work every time. Shove debris in there, flip the switch, grind it up and make it go bye-bye! And indeed, that's exactly how it should work. But like any other home appliance, things can go wrong. You can preserve your disposa…
Thousands of kids are soon returning to school from a seat inside their home. If your kid is one of them, it’s time to start thinking about creating a functional, comfortable workspace. Enjoying breakfast from bed is one thing, but math class in bed? Avoid it if you can.
New Traditional design is always adapting and growing to include inspiration from like-minded design movements to remain a stimulating and timeless style choice, and I for one love to look at all the new visions coming into the spotlight.
Housing in a certain type of town couldn’t be hotter. And some of them have been getting attention way out of proportion to their importance to the economy for an obvious reason: They’re the places where corporate executives, Wall Street barons, Hollywood stars and more than a few journalist…
That old cliché about the Southwest — “It’s hot, but it’s a dry heat” — is so firmly rooted in Arizona that when it’s muggy outside, locals are wont to demand an explanation. In Phoenix, they have been known to blame artificial lakes and swimming pools for unwanted humidity.
Greater Nashua Habitat for Humanity is giving local veterans more time to apply for its latest home building project, after the organization got no takers by its previous deadline — despite a statewide shortage of affordable housing.
A developer plans to proceed with the demolition of an architecturally prominent home to make way for a storage facility, after a meeting with the Hooksett Heritage Commission failed to produce an agreement to save the structure, officials said Thursday.
HOOKSETT — The Hooksett Heritage Commission is asking a developer seeking to demolish an architecturally prominent home to make way for a storage facility to wait three months to see whether any prospective buyers come forward.