The availability of homes for sale in New Hampshire is shrinking. An average balenced market will reflect a 6-7 month supply of homes for sale. Above 7 it turns to a buyers market. Below 6 and it begins to shift to a sellers market. Currently, statewide shows a 9.2 month supply of homes for sale. By county, using southcentral New Hampshire--Hillsborough, Rockingham and Merrimack county the numbers range.
Rockignham county has a 6.4 month supply of homes.
Hillsborough County shows a current 6.1 month supply.
Merrimack County reports a 10.3 month supply of homes.
A key aspect of the real estate buying and or selling market is pending sales. A foggy crystal ball. Activity is monitored by pending sales. When pending sales are down, sellers are more apt to be more negotiable. When there up sellers are marketing at market conditions or below.
Statewide: Pending sales are DOWN 2.5%
Rockingham County: UP 7.9%
Hillsborough County: DOWN 7.7%
Merrimack: DOWN 14.2%
And where are all the killer deals in New Hampshire? Hillsborough and Merrimack County. These counties include the towns between Nashua,NH up to Concord NH, including Manchester, Bedford, Amherst, Merrimack, Milford, Goffstown, Hooksett, Hudson, Litchfield, Laconia and more not to be ignored between.
Rockingham County is currently leading the way to recovery with a good future growing in New Hampshire. So if your planning on coming to New Hampshire. We've got the fields and streams, the mountains and peaks all the way to the seacoast. 5 seasons of recreation and activities for all.
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