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Jay and Monika

Jay and Monika’s
phone 603-944-9172

e:mail Jay

e:mail Monika

FAX 978-849-2949

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty

81 Water Street

Exeter, NH 03833

603-926-3648 (office)

Disclaimer….

~All statistics and housing information provided by Northern New England Real Estate Network Service. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Seek the advice of an attorney on all legal matters.

~The opinions expressed on this blog are that of Jay and Monika McGillicuddy and no one else and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty  or any employee thereof. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by us on this blog. All information deemed accurate and is our best opinion and should not be relied upon without personally verifying it yourself. The information we post is believed to be accurate at the time of the post, our opinion of the situation may change at a later time with newer information or under a different set of circumstances. In other words, we reserve the right to change our mind from time to time. We are open to your comments on the blog post, however, we do reserve the right to delete your comment, if we find it offensive or hateful. Let’s all play nicely in the sandbox.


NH Real Estate Professionals Jay and Monika McGillicuddy


Jay and Monika McGillicuddy, covering southern NH and the Seacoast area. If you’re thinking of selling or buying a southern NH or Seacoast area home give us a call…we’d love to help make your home ownership dreams come true.

Jay and Monika McGillicuddy, NH REALTORS

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty

603-944-9172 direct

603-772-0600 office

E-mail Jay and Monika

Comments

  1. Great blog! I wonder if either of you (or both) would want to write for Examiner.com?

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  2. Thank you so much Evelyn. I really enjoyed my time in your beautiful state. :)

  3. Evelyn McAuliffe says:

    Monica
    What a great time we had at your class in Rutland.
    Very informative and the time went fast especially for an all day class. The material was covered and you didn’t loose the interest of the class. Again thank you.
    Evelyn

  4. Hello Moni: its been a little while since I’ve been by, you still keep providing a lot of great stuff on your blog. I am trying to get together some agents to write a short article about how they stay safe while conducting their real estate business. I know you and I have talked about it a time or two. Would you have a minute to jot down a quick tip or two on how you stay safe in the field? and what you recommend to others? I would truly appreciate it. Just trying to keep the good stuff out there and I know you have so much to share.

    I appreciate your consideration.

    Beth
    http://www.realtorsafety911.com

  5. Abbie,

    We certainly remember the Offord baby and so did Jay’s grandmother every day of the rest of her life. It was tragic and something none of us understood or ever wanted to happen. Jay’s grandmother was haunted by it.

    Nothing will bring back Sean but hopefully someday we can prevent drunk drivers from getting behind the wheel.
    I’m not sure what you found so bad about the comment Jay made…maybe other than “Why do the good die young” … The Offord baby should never have died. That was tragic… as is this.

    I’m sorry to have offended you.

    Monika

  6. I am upset about the posting you and Jay wrote for the Union Leader in regards to Sean Powers. Least you forgot what happened to the Offord baby?????

  7. I wish I had less time for lunch so I could lose a few pounds…LOL.
    Thanks for stopping by Spencer.

  8. Thanks for your thoughts on Broker’s Open. I like them just to check the inventory and see what is out there. I like having them so others can see my listing.

    I would not recommend spending anything at all on the Broker’s Open. I would even go as far as to have it on lockbox if I had other things to do, but I would certainly post it on the MLS schedule.

    We used to have some great free lunches around here but they are few and far between now. Besides, what busy Realtor has time for lunch?

  9. Hi Linda,
    Jay will e-mail you. You can create a new one if you want.
    Thanks for stopping by.

  10. Linda Webster says:

    Hi, Jay,

    Tried to logon, but unable to do so. Perhaps my password was wrong. Looks interesting. Want to read it all!
    Best regards, Linda

  11. Thank you so much Kat!!! You have to love Twitter. Let me know if you want me to walk you through Twitter.

  12. saw your twitter, there was a gen y article on readwriteweb yesterday… http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/why_gen_y_is_going_to_change_the_web.php
    not sure if this is the one you are after…
    still don’t know how to use twitter so couldn’t reply… and i know i’m a complete stranger lol

  13. Hi Cheryl,
    Your site sounds awesome. I’ll head on over to check it out. Safety is such an important issue. Did you hear about that REALTOR from Wisconsin that just got murdered while on a showing? How very sad.

  14. Hi Monika: My business site is currently under construction, but my blogging site is http://www.selfdefensewithanattitude.com where I blog about self-defense/personal security and safety for women of ages (and men). Gave a Safety Awareness Seminar to a group of Century 21 women last week – good turnout/losts of good info. Love your site. Also have another site http://www.homesecurity911.com as I spent 20 years as a security consultant for ADT Security.

  15. Hi Beth,
    Thanks so much. I will be happy to write a safety article for you. Thank you so much for the compliments.

  16. Hi Amy.
    I sent you an e-mail. Yes, I’d love to.
    Thanks
    Monika

  17. Hello Moni:

    I check out your blog daily to see what good stuff you’re putting out. I’ve also given your blog url to other agents in my area, so they can visit and see what a good & informative site you have. I enjoy visiting, reading what you have to say and being in your area of the world!

    Thanks for all the good information.

    Also, I hope that you are still considering writing some good, informative safety tips for realtors for my blog. I know you’ve been in the business a long time and I know you have some good stuff that I can use with my blog, http://www.realtorsafety911.com . I have newbie and seasoned agents who need and want information from a good, seasoned agent.

    Thanks for considering sharing your safety tips on my blog.

    Beth

  18. Amy CHorew says:

    Moni

    Would you consider being a guest writer once a month on the NEW REEA blog?

    Amy

  19. Hi Kim,
    Thank you so much for your awesome comments. I checked out your website and I think it looks great. I like how you’ve added your blog posts to it. Very nice Kim.
    Thanks for stopping by.

  20. Hello Monika,

    I’m sure you hear this all the time, but your blog is incredible and inspiring! I love it.

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