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Home sales in the Lake Sunapee Region have certainly been interesting so far this year. In comparing this past January home sales with January 2009 I found that sales were up over 77% and then in February they were down over 30% and down again in March just over 6% but this past April residential...
Quimby Mountain "Life With a Better View" Location Location Location! There are only 8 lots left in this outstanding subdivision! Quimby Mountain is located in Hooksett NH on the Hooksett/Bow town line, 3 miles off Route 93 Exit 11 and just minutes from Manchester and Concord NH. Directions...
This thoughtfully designed single level living home is a must see! Custom features throughout help take the beautiful lake view in. Enjoy the spacious dock and 150 feet of frontage on the 98.9 acre lake. Click here to see more or click on the picture above.
2009 Home Sales Below is a chart comparing home sales from 2006 to 2009. Out of the 16 towns that I track for the Sunapee Region there were 390 homes that sold in 2008 and 2009 with a median sales price of $200,000. This is a down $35,000 from last year To see more detailed information please cli...
On the following page you will see a break down of historical sales on Lake Sunape, Little Lake Sunapee and Pleasant Lake. The average sales price on Lake Sunapee dropped over $320,000 down to $1,091,811. Please click the following link for more information http://www.sunapeeregionblog.com/2010...
April sure went by fast and I think things are really starting to change. Beyond the fact that sales are up 28% for this time period, it really seems like there is more general confidence out there. When running into people the first thing out of their mouth is no longer “hey did you see xyz comp...
It seems like forever since I have run the monthly sales numbers and have had even a remotely positive uptick in the number of transactions! Well as you will see sales in the Sunapee Region are up 41% compared to the same time last year. We are still a bit below past years, but it is always nice ...
This was definitely a short and busy month with lots of changes in the housing industry. A couple major housing plans/acts were signed and decided upon The Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Needless to say this is a very intense time for th...