Communities Served

The Paula Martin group team members serve the Southern NH communities within the Rte 3 and I 93 corridors including Atkinson, Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Chester, Danville, Derry, East Kingston, Freemont, Hampstead, Hudson, Kingston, Londonderry, Manchester, Plaistow, Raymond, Salem and Sandown.

We are also licensed in MA and serve the Northern cities and towns like Tyngsboro, Andover, Haverhill, Salsbury. We even go as far south as Boston.

Atkinson is a quiet, bedroom community town located in southern New Hampshire. The winding road of Main Street is both historic...

Auburn provides a perfect setting that mixes rural living with the serene beauty of nature. Only twelve miles east of Manchester...

The quaint town of Bedford is nestled in a quiet country setting but minutes from major highways, cities and the...

Candia is a small town located in Rockingham County. With a total land acreage of 30 square miles, this town...

In 1719 eighty persons formed an association to secure a tract of land in the so called "Chesnut Country." In 1722...

Danville is a small town with a population of 4,387 and 11.7 square miles of land...

Derry is one of New Hampshire's leading communities, Derry is nestled in the Southeast corner of the state ...

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Fremont, once home to the largest brickyard in the state and one of the oldest operating wooden barrel...

Hampstead, NH is rich in history and often described as a picture postcard town with an elegant historic Main ...

Kingston was the fifth town to be established in New Hampshire. In 1694, King William of England granted a...

Londonderry's recreations include tennis courts, playgrounds, athletic fields and sports teams for...

Manchester is NH's largest city and the largest city in northern New England. It is located in Hillsborough County, along the...

Raymond, a vibrant New Hampshire community steeped in New England tradition and convenient to all of the amenities that life in...

The Salem town seal, with its motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," serves as a perfect backdrop for...

Once part of Kingston, Sandown was incorporated as a separate town in 1756 by Colonial Governor Benning...