Today, 01:53 PM
First, the single most important thing for places like this is to list the internet situation.
Plenty of people like me out there, who can make a go of it provided there is a rock-solid, high bandwidth connection.
Otherwise, it's a glorified hunting cabin but without the hunting.
Second, yeah 500 a month for taxes shows me that the Free Grafton Project (and the FSP in general) isn't really in high gear yet.
I get that the point is when I get there that's two more adults in the balance and three kids that will be there soon enough.
But at 500 a month they're going to get over $100,000 out of me before all five of us are voting.
Considering that everyone who has dissed the house is probably right, and considering I know all too well what it takes to get a house a mere 50 years old up to specs, that 500 a month is the whole difference between having a really nice house in two years, and having half of a really nice house in 15 years.
What is NH's position on property taxes? How long do they have before they're gone?