Here in the North Country the summer months have come to a close, but we still have a couple months of warm temperatures and beautiful fall colors ahead of us. In this post we are going to take a look back at August’s real estate!
The heat of August has matched the blazing number of home sales, showing the biggest month-to-month jump yet this year up to 71. This is an increase from 54 sales in July and despite this big increase the other data points have not changed significantly reinforcing trends through the year. Click here to read more.
Thankfully the month of July brought an increased number of sales, 58 in July versus 49 in June. This is a welcome increase and also tops last July’s sales which were 56. Click here to read more about July's real estate activity.
As temperatures have peaked for the summer in the Sunapee Region, we’re going to take a look at recent real estate sales and see if the market is still hot, or showing signs of cooling down. Click here to read on.
The peak of summer in the Sunapee Region brings two iconic events that people travel from all over to attend. New London Hospital Days, and the Craftsmen’s Fair held at Mount Sunapee Resort. To learn more about August and September events in the Sunapee Region, read more here.
Summer 2022 is filled with family fun events, live music and entertainment in New Hampshire's North Country! Take a look at what's going on this July, August and September.
May has turned to June and we are now officially in summer in the North Country. In this blog post we are going to review the June sales stats and local real estate trends. Click here to read on.
June has brought the most sales of any month so far this year, up from 47 in May to now 59 in June. This lags June of last year by 9 closings, but exceeds the sales prices of last year. Click here to read on.
Take a loot at this post for our favorite 2022 firework displays and Independence Day and town celebrations!! As we learn of others, we'll be sure to update this list. Read more.
Third Annual O'Halloran Group Ultra 1k Road Race helped raise more than $19,000 in support of local Lake Sunapee Region Food Pantries. To learn more about the event check out this post.
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