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 on: August 18, 2017, 10:48:35 pm 
Started by Vismon - Last post by Vismon

I expect to be moving to southern NH (within commuting distance of Boston) around 18 months from now, and I expect to be renting. It will just be me, so an apartment or small house will suit me fine.

What I am wondering is: How long does it typically take to find a place? And how far in advance of moving should one secure a place?

For context, I currently live in London, England, and the housing market moves extremely quickly. It is therefore typical to start looking for an apartment two weeks before one moves, and secure a place a week before one moves in. Nobody will hold apartments without rent being paid, since there is always someone willing to move in faster, so looking for a place further in advance is a waste of time.

On the flip side: How late can one find a place and how quickly can one expect to move in? Since I will be moving from across the Atlantic, I may be in a situation where I fly over and stay in a hotel until I can find, secure, and move into a rented apartment or house. If I can expect to find a place and move in within a week or so then that's not a big issue. If I ought to expect several weeks of looking/waiting to move in then the hotel costs are going to add up and I might need to consider renting somewhere sight unseen.

 on: August 18, 2017, 06:00:17 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Monetary Sovereignty: The key to understanding economics

Stock on Trumponomics

Executive order allowing US Treasury to print money would bring US out of debt death spiral

IMF's epic plan to conjure away debt and dethrone bankers

Sovereign Money: Responding to the Bundesbank

Ten years after the crash, there’s barely suppressed civil war in Britain

How Bitcoin Will Promote Latin American Growth

 on: August 18, 2017, 10:07:15 am 
Started by Snowranger19 - Last post by blackie
Portsmouth isn't far from Portland Maine. 45 miles on 95. 45 miles the other way is Boston.

 on: August 17, 2017, 08:26:11 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
(I forgot to include this first article the other day.)
Teachers Union President Thinks Youre a Racist if You Yank Your Kids from Their Crappy Schools

Radical Unschooling Narrative for Neophytes

Setting Up an Unschooling Room

Unschooling on a Budget

The beauty of unschooling kids with special needs

How to Have Gifted Children

Our Unschooled Week #21

How does Unschooling work – a week or so in our house Aug 2017

The Art of Strewing and Our Brand of Unschooling Homeschool

 on: August 16, 2017, 01:31:59 pm 
Started by autumn714 - Last post by JasonPSorens
Manchester, Nashua, and Portsmouth, do you mean? There's a Plymouth too, but it's considerably smaller. :) Have you talked to (Mark Warden)? For that kind of acreage, my guess is you'll want to be west of Manchester or north of Concord.

 on: August 16, 2017, 11:03:36 am 
Started by autumn714 - Last post by autumn714
Hello All.  First, let me say I'm so glad I found the Free Sate Project!!  I watched the video on 101 reasons to move to NH and everything in that video, we felt, spoke to me and my fiancé directly....

We currently live near the Washington D.C. area and quite frankly are sick of the hustle and bustle and just outright disregard people have for other people in this area.  We are both accountants and we need to gross $125k per year between the both of us.  My fiancé is a controller and is higher up on the work food chain than I am.  I am a staff accountant.  We have been researching areas and it looks like Manchester, Concord and Plymouth are where the major jobs are.  We just don't know which area to focus our attention on which will help determine where we will focus on finding a new home.  We would like at least 10 acres of land but would prefer more like 20 acres.  We don't mind a commute of up to 1hr but of course would prefer a shorter one.  We are coming up for a visit next week and have an appointment with a realtor who is going to show us around a bit, but I think it would be helpful if I got the opinion of my fellow Free Staters.  :D Any info given is much appreciated!  Thank you!!

 on: August 16, 2017, 12:06:45 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Vermont Issues Episode 16: A Pot Dispensary for Rutland in the Norman Rockwell Museum?

Blind Enrollment: The Alternative to Affirmative Action

I Support the RAISE Act Proposed by Trump and the GOP

Vermont Issues Episode 17: Generac Flees HighTax, BusinessUnfriendly VT, Cutting 67 Jobs

Jim Justice, Governor of West Virginia, Leaves Democratic Party, Defects to GOP

Trump Warns of Cold War Escalation, Attacks Congress in Sanctions Release

Vermont Issues Episode 18: Business Insider Once Again Wrong on Rutland Refugee Crisis

The Rent is Too Damn High! Salon Faces Lawsuit over Back Rent at Former Offices

Mueller Gets Grand Jury; Legacy Media Rambles about Impeachment

I'm Now Accepting Donations On Hatreon

Vermont Issues 19: State Won't Cooperate With Trump Voter Data Request

The Google "AntiDiversity" Memo Is A ProDiversity of Ideology Manifesto and is Realistic

The Current Moral Panic and Why It Will Pass: 2017 is 1950 or 1983

Vermont Issues 20: Guns in Vermont; Bloomberg Boogeymen etc

NBC Thinks the Onus is On Trump to Unite the GOP: They're Wrong

Streisand Effect: Youtube Limited State for Offensive Videos May Backfire Badly

Vermont Issues 21: The Pros and Cons of the Five Decent Vermont Townships

No, the August 21st Solar Eclipse isn't a Sign of the End Times

Google Fires James Damore, Confirming His Memo's Point: The Case for a Tech First Amendment

Be Aware: North Korea Miniaturization Updates Look Like PreIraq News Reports

Vermont Issues 22: Burlington Bike Paths: Vermont's Big Dig

SoCalled Libertarians Not Recognizing the Threat of North Korea Don't Understand Anything

The Left/Dems Really Should Love Anticensorship Figures Like Me

Vermont Issues 23: Migrants Fleeing USA into Canada through Our State

The Millennial Left Has Sold Out to Organized Religion, Corporations, and Authoritarianism

Five Easy Steps Towards Safeguarding Your Internet Presence Against 1984 Style Censorship

Vermont Issues 24: A Rebuttal to VPR Re: Gun Laws

Locked and Loaded: Trump Issues Military Ultimatum to North Korea

Should the Government Regulate Google as a Public Utility? I Say No: Here are Better Suggestions

Final Dedicated Reminder to Follow Me on Vidme

Thoughts on Unite the Right in Charlottesville

Vermont Issues 25: Vermont Bear Populations Have Skyrocketed

Todays Boring "Left" Would Have Spurned the Counterculture and Embraced the Temperance Movement

Vermont Issues 26: Wilson Castle is Pretty Awesome

Firefox Now Engages in Propaganda and Censorship; Make the Switch Today!

Charlottesville, Trump's Response, Car Plows into Crowd, Helicopter Downed; My Response to Chaos

Vermont Issues 27: Foliage is Coming

GoDaddy Kicks the Daily Stormer Off for TOS Violations

Free Speech at All Costs: We Must Reject Authoritarianism in All Forms

My Fear: The Cannibalizing of Libertarians and Progressives by Fanatics Due to Government Ineptitude

Vermont Issues 28: Feds Try to Meddle in Our Education System; Screw Em!

Dreamhost Says DOJ Wants 1.3 Million Peoples' Personal Data Regarding AntiTrump Site

No, I Won't "Choose a Side" between the Far Left and Far Right; Neither Should You

Artificial Unintelligence: Youtube Related Vids Censorship (Join Me on Vidme and Dailymotion)


Styx is moving to, because Youtube is Politically Crrracked.

Free Speech at All Costs: We Must Reject Authoritarianism in All Forms

Vidme Exclusive: Vidme's Storage Limit Proposal

My Greatest Fear: The Cannibalizing of Libertarians and Progressives by Fanatics Due to Government Ineptitude

Vermont Issues 28: Feds Try to Meddle in Our Education System; Screw Em!

Dreamhost Says DOJ Wants 1.3 Million Peoples' Personal Data Regarding Anti-Trump Site

No, I Won't "Choose a Side" between the Far Left and Far Right; Neither Should You

 on: August 15, 2017, 11:43:57 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Bitcoin Breaks Record High, Now Over $3,200 After Risky “Fork” into Competing “Bitcoin Cash”

NH Hempfest Documentary Released Free Online!

Robin Hood of Keene

N.H. Job Market Expected to Grow for Everyone but Teachers

N.H. Vehicle Inspection Stickers About to Get a Makeover

191 Year-Old Building to Be Torn Down in New Hampton

Hanover Seizes Land From Longtime Resident

Recreational Fishing Companies Say New Restrictions are Blow to Business

In Battle to Fix Vilas Bridge, History and Passion Can't Compete with Bottom Line

After Promising to Solve Opioid Crisis, N.H. Advocates Waiting for Trump to Reach Out

Investment Banker Pleads Guilty To Defrauding Man Of $2M

Antrim Wind Farm Proposal Headed to State Supreme Court

Border Commission Awards More Than $2.2M For New Hampshire Projects

Nashua Aldermen To Discuss Keno, Could Be Before Voters As Early As November

N.H. Files Suit Against Purdue Pharma for Alleged Role in Opioid Crisis

N.H. AG: Keene Police Shooting Justified

Judge says Mike Gill's Controversial Signs In Manchester Must Go

Trump Says He Intends To Declare Opioid Crisis National Emergency

Manchester Weighs Smoking Ban in Parks

U.S. Dept. of Energy Recommends Permit Approval for Northern Pass

N.H. Campaign Finance Activists to March for 'Granny D' in Dublin

Trump Now Says Counterprotesters Also [ENTIRELY] To Blame For Charlottesville [Yes, the Media Totally Lied]

White Nationalist Who Participated In Charlottesville Clashes Lives In Keene

 on: August 15, 2017, 11:08:05 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Mozilla is crowdsourcing voice recognition to make AI work

The future of search engines: Researchers combine artificial intelligence, crowdsourcing and supercomputers

A Beginner's Guide to Using ed Editor in Linux

Russia's largest banks embracing blockchain technology to improve speed, safety of transactions

Bitcoin dispute results in split-coin

Researchers dress virtual avatars with digitally captured clothing

Team sets new record for magnetic tape storage—makes tape competitive for cloud storage

AI is learning all our worst impulses

Scientists hack a computer using DNA by encoding malware into a gene

Error 404: Visualizing The Internet's Digital Decay

Court Orders FBI Darknet Sting to be Kept Secret

More CIA Android Hacking, says WikiLeaks

Former Employee of Healthcare Giant Sells Data of 1 Million Clients on Dark Web

Silk Road 3.1 “Got Hacked,” Owner Claims Bankruptcy


Israel Approves Web Censorship Law to Tackle so-called Illegal Activities Online

MalwareTech Arrested for Creating the Kronos Banking Trojan

Hacking air-gapped computers

Darknet market DHL Goes Down After Hacker Exposes Clearnet IP Address

GhostCntrl Backdoor for Android Allows Audio and Video to Be Secretly Recorded

Two Arrested in Connection to Recent Microsoft Hacks

Russia Goes After Tor, VPNs, and Proxies in Latest Bill

Many Popular and Cheap Cell Phones Found to Have Serious Privacy Issues

Chinese Government Requiring Muslims to Install Spyware on Their Electronic Devices

Access to Private Computer Networks of Critical Infrastructure being sold on the Dark Web

Report Calls the SEC Out for Vulnerable Computer Network Systems

Examples Of Hidden Service Deanonymization

How Did BTC-E (Allegedly) Process 95% of Bitcoin Ransom Payments

UK presses tech firms to choke off online so-called extremism

Lack of internet affordability may worsen Australia's digital divide

Creating a high-speed internet lane for emergency situations

Internet pricing 101: Why costs are all over the map

Hackers looking to shut down factories for pay

Some workers 'cyberloaf' if they think they can get away with it, so employers need to get creative

Find out how much privacy you compromise with every click

Mozilla and fact-checker engine join Fake-Ass fight on so-called fake news

GoDaddy boots neo-Nazi site after post on protest violence [Who says they're Nazis?]

How ambient energy could power the Internet of things

Should we be worried about how our kids use the internet?

Uber settles complaint over data protection for riders, drivers

How tolerance for incivility affects political participation

 on: August 15, 2017, 10:28:08 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Researchers develop technique to restore telomere length, reversing problems associated with aging

Could 3D printing solve the organ transplant shortage?

In a first, scientists rid human embryos of a potentially fatal gene mutation by editing their DNA

How to strip 99 per cent of harmful BPA from water in 30 minutes

Researchers develop technique to restore telomere length, reversing problems associated with aging

New study connects breakdown of hypothalamus with accelerated aging

Scientists proved that they can revive cryogenically frozen life

Nanochip could heal injuries or regrow organs with one touch

Natural preservatives on the rise

Miniature lab-grown brains made from stem cells could one day halt damage caused by Alzheimer's

Children thought to be female turn into boys at puberty due to rare genetic disorder

'Breakthrough' penny-sized nanochip pad stimulates healing in injuries and stroke damage in mice trials

Major step towards growing human organs in pigs: Scientists use advanced gene editing to eliminate viruses in the animals' DNA

$550 smartphone device can detect diseases as reliably as clinic-based instruments [i.e. very unrelibaly]

A major blind spot in animal testing is endangering the lives of women

Developments in Chemical Biotechnology Continue to Threaten Environmental and Human

McCain's Brain Tumor From Cellphone?

Stop Subsidizing the Wrong Food Crops

Earth Is Drowning in 9 Billion Tons of Permanent Pollution

Must-See Documentary Reveals Dangers of Smart Meters

Ben & Jerry's — 20 Years of Greenwashing [brainwashing]

Who Makes It Rain? Weather modification

Over 267 Toxins Found in Public Tap Water

Skyrocketing Male Infertility May Threaten Mankind’s Survival

Experts Warn Statin Drug Trend Puts Lives at Risk

‘What the Health’ — Where This Vegan PR Film Went Wrong

How to Heal Mental Disorders With Nutrition

Monsanto Shill Fired by Forbes

Factory-Farmed Meats Quickly Replaced With Grass Fed

Americans Are on More Drugs Than Ever

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