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sunapee: First Four Months of 2012 are Looking Good! - 05/11/12 10:35 AM
In the Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire home sales have been surprisingly active. The number of homes that have sold from January through April 2012 is actually trending at 2007's levels! The median sales price however is down over $50,000 to $191,450. To see more information about sales in the Sunapee Region, please click through to the full post at http://www.sunapeeregionblog.com/2012/05/lake-sunapee-region-real-estate-sales-april-2012/
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sunapee: Sunapee Region Home Sales 2010 Year in Review - 03/24/11 10:57 AM
I swear every year time goes by faster and faster. 2010 for me was an awesome year but I felt like someone kept pressing the "fast forward" button! The information below is from my blog - SunapeeRegionBlog.com -Please make sure to click through to the main article as there is a lot more information on there. This is just a quick highlight. The median sales price in the Sunapee Region is up $18,000 to $218,000 compared to 2009 however there were 12 sales in 2010 over 1 million dollars compared to 7 in 2009. Below is a comparison of the past couple years.
It’s hard to believe summer is already gone and we are well on our way towards winter! Before the snow flies, makes sure you check out this awesome hike up to Lake Solitude right by Mount Sunapee. Click Here to learn more
The links below will take you to information on sales in the Lake Sunapee Region over the past few months. September—Sales are down 18% Read more August—Median price is up! Read more July—Sales were down 34% Read more June—Sales were up 11% Read more May—Sales were up 21.8% Read more If you have any questions about (0 comments)
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sunapee: Waterfront Property - Lake Sunapee average sales price increases in 2008! - 01/30/09 03:08 PM
The Sunapee Region has so many wonderful bodies of water to enjoy outside of the 3 major ones - Lake Sunapee, Little Lake Sunapee and Pleasant Lake. To see more information on the smaller lakes and ponds please visit my post: “Sunapee Area Lakes and Ponds“. As you will see in the graph below, the average sales price for properties on Lake Sunapee has increased quite steadily over the past 5 years. I have discussed this with other agents in my office who have been selling properties up here for over 20yrs and they’ve all commented that lake properties always tend (0 comments)
sunapee: Lake Sunapee Region '08 Market Snapshot - 01/30/09 03:05 PM
2009 is off to a great start! The ski area has had a lot of traffic and our office has been quite busy during what is typically a slower part of the year. One thing that I believe is really just starting to help our economy is how low interest rates are. I’m looking at refinancing and I should be able to get around 4.5-4.7% which will save me well over $200 a month! Housing prediction–First off it would absolutely rock to have a crystal ball that told me everything, however the following is my best assumption of what the next (0 comments)
sunapee: December 2008 Sales - 01/15/09 10:24 AM
Happy New Year! Hard to believe it’s already here. I will be brief this time around as I will be posting a year in review entry with all sorts of info looking back at historical sales, charts, graphs, etc. I’m even going to make a few predictions for what the future holds! Below is my typical run down of monthly sales. As you will see, this December actually had more sales than the previous 2 years. Rather nice to end the year with some slightly positive stats.
Historical Sales For Our 16 Local Towns January 2006-23 Sales January 2007-29 Sales (0 comments)
sunapee: November 2008 Sales - 12/08/08 06:32 AM
Man oh man is the world getting crazy! I did a quick scan of my igoogle news today and it looks like pirates are running rampant attacking cruise liners! Apparently there's going to be a Nuclear Attack at some point in the next few years, and surprise surprise, the U.S is in a recession! With all this negative news I sure am glad ski season is here. It's absolutely the best way to get away from it all and make some good turns on the slopes. At the moment Mount Sunapee is open with 15 trails and 5 lifts on 18" (0 comments)
sunapee: Major Expansion! Interview with New London Hospital CEO Bruce King - 12/03/08 10:22 AM
I've had the opportunity to meet with Bruce on many different occasions. The one thing that really stands out about him is his easy going nature and the fact that he will make time to meet with anyone who would like to learn more about what is happening at the New London Hospital. With the the major expansion of the hospital space, I decided to interview Bruce and try to get a quick snap shot on the affects of the new hospital space and what that means for everyone in the community. Due to the expansion are hospital rates/fees increasing? Each (1 comments)
If you follow all the latest the headlines, you probably feel like you should be living in a cave hoarding what money you have and waiting for the economic chaos to blow over! I meet people on a daily basis and when they find out I’m in Real Estate, I constantly get this response “Whoa, how are you doing?” Tons of genuine concern on their face. I can understand and appreciate their concern, but contrary to popular belief, not everyone is closing up shop. Properties are still selling and people are still buying. Also, there are some fantastic deals out (0 comments)
sunapee: The New York Times Features New London! - 10/23/08 06:54 AM
Recently Katie Bacon from the New York Times published a fantastic article on the town of New London. When you are reading the article make sure to click on the slide show on the left hand side...they got some awesome photos of our area. **update the online article is no longer available with the photos. The link below will take you to the text version of the article New York Times article on New London
sunapee: New Hampshire makes the headlines and it’s positive! - 10/21/08 08:40 AM
With all the scary economic news flying around, I think it absolutely rocks when there is some positive news being reported! Today Forbes reported America’s Most & Least Vulnerable Towns to Recession Least Vulnerable! #1 Lebanon #3 Keene #7 Concord. This is pretty awesome stuff (sorry to those on the “Most Vulnerable” side). Also I would just like to take a moment to plug the Sunapee area in that New London is only 24.5 miles from Lebanon and 33.8 miles from Concord. This is probably my favorite part about our location….It’s an easy commute in either direction, so you could (0 comments)
sunapee: Dinner Cruise on MV Kearsarge - 10/07/08 09:16 AM
This past week I went on an awesome dinner/cocktail cruise on the MV Kearsarge...I think the last time I was on one of the Lake Sunapee cruise boats, I was 10 and my father had gotten "Captain Dave" to let me take the wheel! The Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce sponsored the event and provided us with a great relaxing fall cruise. Below is a picture I took just as the sun was setting.
sunapee: September 2008 Sales - 10/07/08 09:11 AM
It certainly has been an interesting month with all the bailout news and it's affect on Wall Street, creating insane drops in the stock market...You'd think that everything real estate wise would come to a screeching halt and we'd all be out washing windows for extra $$! Well times are definitely uncertain, but banks are still lending and people are still buying and listing their homes. I have a closing coming up in 2 weeks that is through Bank of America and they've assured us there is nothing to worry about. I've also had a few closings with Sugar River Bank (0 comments)
sunapee: August 2008 Sales - 09/09/08 12:45 PM
Hard to imagine another month has flown by and we'll be stepping into Fall before we know it....Ok, here's the down and dirty on the past month.....looks like we're back to being 20 some odd sales behind previous years at this time frame. Although 57 listings went under agreement this past month and as usual, the office has been extremely busy. Recently I was setting up a full day of showings and 3 of the listings went under agreement before we even got a chance to see them! Also the weather has been absolutely fantastic so I think more people are making the drive (0 comments)
sunapee: You sold your land for what?@$%&! - 09/07/08 09:19 AM
As we are fast approaching Fall, I thought it would be good to do a quick run down on what has sold for land year-to-date in the 16 towns that make up the Sunapee Region. As you will see below I have compared it to previous years and provided sale price, acreage and location information for what has sold this year. The chart I put together is great as you can see how the average sales price has more than doubled in the past 7years. Also the transaction count has has gone down significantly which I believe is part because of (0 comments)
sunapee: The Fells - Newbury New Hampshire - 08/31/08 10:45 AM
This past weekend we finally had a break from the ridiculous amounts of rain we've been getting, so I decided to make a trip to The Fells in Newbury. The Fells is the former Summer home of John M. Hay (1838-1905) an American writer and diplomat. His estate alongside Lake Sunapee is well known for its historical significance and amazing gardens. The detail throughout the gardens was incredible...there's gorgeous fountains, stone walls and carved figures throughout the property. Fountain by the main house This fountain here is actually fed from a brook up in the High Meadow Subdivison that runs down (0 comments)
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