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The State of New Hampshire’s year-end stats for all property segments are reporting an upward trend in successful transfers; the average sales price remains stable for residential dwelling and drops for condominium, vacant land parcels and commercial properties. Zealand on Whiteface Mountain overlooking Lake Ossipee This is the first year-end report in five years where all markets are reporting an increase in activity measured through its successful sales; unfortunately the average sales price is taking more time to stabilize. Current listing inventory offers many great values and incentives for today’s buyers; it continues to be a buyer’s market! Year-End (2 comments)
market report: New Hampshire 3rd Quarter Market Report 2012 - 11/24/12 10:26 AM
The State of New Hampshire 3rd Quarter stats for all property segments are reporting an upward trend in both pending sales and closed transactions. This is the first in five years where all property types are showing signs of improvement. The current listing inventory offers many great values and incentives for today’s buyers; it continues to be a buyer’s market!
3rd Quarter 2012 vs. 3rd Quarter 2011 Residential Markets 17,942 New Listings… down by two units 7,268 Pending Sales…up 11.52% 8,978 Residential Homes resulted in a successful close…up 19.04% Average Priced Sold Homes…$242,667., down slightly by 2.08% Average DOM (Days (0 comments)
market report: Sandwich, New Hampshire 2nd Quarter Market Report 2012 - 07/19/12 10:38 AM
Sandwich’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by 60 when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats. There are currently twenty-nine residential homes available for purchase in Sandwich, two offer water frontage and/or water access along with one commercial property. 2nd quarter sales volume reports a 150% increase over last year, however the average sales price has decreased by 33.5%. Pending sales reflect a measurable increase over last year’s activity by 75%. It’s good to keep in mind, Sandwich is a small community that is highly sought after with limited listings and market activity; considered to be typical (0 comments)
market report: Carroll County, New Hampshire 1st Quarter Market Report 2012 - 04/12/12 11:22 AM
Posted on April 12, 2012 The Real Estate Market Is Looking Up! 2012 1st Quarter stats for Residential homes in Carroll County report a 37% increase in new listing activity. Pending sale reflect an 8% increase along with the number of successful sales up by a measured 18%. The average sales value for residential homes report a market increase of 7.7%, while days on the market rose by 19.3%. Some segments of the market such as the condominium and commercial/industrial continue to perform on the soft side; historically both markets are the first to lose value along with market interest and the (0 comments)
Freedom’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in new market inventory by 93% when compared to last year’s 1st quarter stats. There are currently sixty-one residential homes available for purchase in Freedom, two of the forty-one listings offer water frontage and/or water access, two condominium listings and zero commercial use properties available. 1st quarter sales volume reports a 60% increase in activity over last year’s 1st quarter along with six pending sales equaling a 100% gain. 1st Quarter 2012 Residential Markets 29 New Listings… up 93% 6 Pending Sales…up 100% 8 Residential Homes resulted in a successful close…up 60% Average (0 comments)
market report: Brookfield, New Hampshire Residential Market…A Look Back - 01/27/12 03:17 PM
Brookfield residential properties report a modest decrease in market activity for 2011; while the average price of a sold home increased by 104% due to the fact that one of the recorded sales was a waterfront property on the privately owned and very appealing Kingswood Lake. Successful transfers are down by two units while the time it takes to market a home remains unchanged. As experienced throughout the Lakes Region markets, sellers remain hopeful for positive signs in the global, national and local economy that would result in a greater number of motivated and qualified buyers. Brookfield’s active listings report seventeen homes (0 comments)
market report: Wolfeboro, New Hampshire Year-to-Date Market Report – August, 2011 - 09/01/11 02:20 PM
Wolfeboro’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by 26% when compared to last year’s YTD stats. Currently 223 residential homes are available for purchase – 68 offering waterfront and/or water access – 28 condominium units – 92 parcels of vacant land – 17 manufactured home and 15 commercial properties. Sales volume is down 15.3% and the average sales price has dropped by 24%. Pending and contingent sales reflect an increase over last years activity, however successful sales are down; one can only surmise that not all of the under contract transactions are making it through the inspection and/or financing (0 comments)
market report: Wakefield, New Hampshire Year- to-Date Market Review – August, 2011 - 09/01/11 02:00 PM
Wakefield reports a 1% decline in new Wakefield Residential Listings. Inventory remains high with a reported 174 residential homes available for purchase – 91 of those active listings offer waterfront and/or water access. The value range for active listings is set between the low of $48,500. to a high of $888,000. The first seven months of 2011 reports successful sales activity up 30.2% when compared to last year’s same time period – average sales price increased by 4.9% while the amount of days it took to have a successful close/transfer decrease by 129 days. YTD 2011 vs. YTD 2010 Wakefield’s Residential Real (0 comments)
market report: Wakefield, New Hampshire Year- to-Date Market Review – July, 2011 - 08/31/11 12:47 PM
Wakefield reports a 4.1% decline in new Wakefield Residential Listings. Inventory remains high with a reported 174 residential homes available for purchase – 91 of those active listings offer waterfront and/or water access. The value range for active listings is set between the low of $49,400 to a high of $888,000. The first seven months of 2011 reports successful sales activity up 27.8% when compared to last year’s same time period – average sales price increased by 24.7% and days on the market reported a decrease of 130 days. YTD 2011 vs. YTD 2010 Wakefield’s Residential Real Estate Market inventory…down 4.1% (0 comments)
market report: Wakefield, New Hampshire Year- to-Date Market Review – June, 2011 - 08/31/11 12:42 PM
Wakefield reports a 6.1% decline in new Wakefield Residential Listings. Inventory remains high with a reported 184 residential homes available for purchase – 89 of those active listings offer waterfront and/or water access. The first six months of 2011 report successful sales activity up 16.6% when compared to last year’s same time period – average sales price increased by 28% and days on the market reported a decrease of 158 days. YTD 2011 vs. YTD 2010 Wakefield’s Residential Real Estate Market inventory…down 6.1% Back on the market listings…up 16.9% Pending sales…equal to last year with 37 counted Contingent sales…up 88% Listings (0 comments)
2010 Reports A Substantial Increase in Average Sales Prices
Year-end stats for residential homes in Carroll County, New Hampshire measure marginal changes in units of comparison over 2009 – while Carroll County Residential Home Residential property values show significant improvement over last year. The average sale price within Carroll County is $301,887, while the State reports $258,190…that’s a 14.4% greater value for County vs. State. As of the 1st of 2011 there are 1,094 active residential listing within Carroll County compared to 12,137 throughout the State – Carroll County accounts for 9% (2 comments)
market report: Wolfeboro, New Hampshire October 2010…A Month in Review - 11/09/10 05:54 PM
November 9th, 2010by Kathleen M. Kizer Wolfeboro Reports Decreases In Both…Sold Listings and Average Sale Prices! Wolfeboro’s listing data reflects a decrease in overall inventory by 22.2% when compared to 2009’s MTD listings. There are 195 residential homes actively listed, with 66 affording waterfront or water access. Back on the market listing are up, pending sales are up, contingent sales are down, expired listing are down, withdrawn listing are up 100%, and noted DOM are down. SOLD properties are down 35.7% and Average Sale Prices decreased 83.9%. The market show signs of and activity from “prospective” buyers – but current (0 comments)
market report: Wakefield, New Hampshire 1st Quarter 2010 - 05/05/10 08:06 PM
Increase In Buyer Activity Is Setting The Stage For A Renewed Surge, Reflected By Increased Market Activity and Values. Market trends realized in 2009 have begun to shift in the 1st quarter of 2010…The influx of serious buyers looking to take advantage of the strong inventory within Wakefield plays a role in this Lakes Region recreational community. For buyers looking to acquire waterfront, water access or use of the areas Town beaches, this could be an unmatched opportunity. Increase in the supply levels combined with 3 years of depreciating values and strong seller motivation are all contributing to the changes. In (0 comments)
market report: Wolfeboro, New Hampshire’s 1st Quarter of 2010 - 05/05/10 07:26 PM
Showing Signs of Increased Market Activity and a Recovery in Market Values Many of the measurable market trends noted in 2009 have seen a significant change with some more promising indicators throughout the 1st quarter of 2010. Could the overall market be improving? Let’s take a closer look… In the 1st quarter of 2009 the Wolfeboro market area reported (all properties) a total of 128 new listings, 64 back on the market and 26 pending sales. 124 listing expired prior to a sale, 43 were withdrawn and 21 resulted in a successful close/transfer. The average marketing exposure time averaged better than (0 comments)
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