Total home sales for the Lake Sunapee Region in the month of April came in at 45 bringing the cumulative sales to 215 for 2020. The median sales price was $235,000 ($5,000 above April 2019) and the average days on market (DOM) for the month was 103. Although the DOM seems high, we are seeing a lot of old inventory go under contract and close. At the same time, we are watching new to the market homes go under contract quickly, sometimes within only a few days of when they are listed. Check out the breakdown of April homes sold and what price they sold for.
A lot of people have been asking what local businesses are open and what the new "process" might be to dine out, shop, and enjoy the Lake Sunapee Region. Our team "hit the streets," and gathered some information that you may find helpful as Spring starts to bring more favorable temperatures and sunny days.
As the world continues to change rapidly around us, we'll be updating this list as best we can. If you know of a local business we should add in, please let us know!
The numbers are in for the first week of April 2020. As you'll see in this post, the trend of more homes going under contract compared to 2019 continues. At the same time, new listing inventory is down 50% compared the first week of April in 2019. Check out the comparison here!
As a follow up to our homes sales report from last week, below you'll find a side-by-side comparison for March 25 through March 31 for both 2019 and 2020. Properties are still coming on the market and Real Estate was deemed an essential business--in large part due to the advocacy work of the staff and volunteers at the New Hampshire Association of Realtors. Read more.
With so much time at home and everyone looking to stay active, we thought we would pull together a "things to do while social distancing" list. From entertainment ideas to exercise, and online art exhibits to live web cams at zoos, our team came up with the following ideas to add a little fun and laughter into our days. Read more and let us know what you think!
We recognize that the past several weeks have been uneasy for many, and there’s plenty of uncertainty coming in the days ahead. However, if it’s one thing we have always believed in, it’s providing as much data as we can to help our clients make the best decisions based on the best information. Learn more.
Covid-19 has definitely made a quick adjustment in all of our day-to-day activities. While we await answers and updates, we thought it might be helpful to compile a list of local businesses that are providing alternative solutions to help meet the needs of our community members during these uncertain times. Learn more.
Total home sales for the Lake Sunapee Region totaled 40 for the month of February bringing cumulative sales to 80 for the year. The median sales price was $235,000, only a $500 difference from the median list price of $234,500. Home sales are up slightly from February 2019 where we saw 38 sales with a median sold price of $214,000. Out of the 16 towns included in this data, Wilmot, NH saw the highest number of sales with six homes sold. Below you’ll find the list of home sales broken down by town. Learn more.
This January, home sales in the Lake Sunapee Region totaled 40! That’s 16 more sales compared to January 2019, and a record high since we began collecting homes sales data in 2005. The median sales price did slip down from $259,875 in 2019 to $242,000, and the average days on market clocked in at 92. Grantham saw the most home sales with seven homes sold. Learn more.
The days are starting to stay lighter longer but there is still plenty of winter ahead of us. Whether you’re a snow sport lover or are just trying to stay warm and survive the season, make the most out of February and March by enjoying New London, Sunapee and the surrounding scenic towns. Here’s a winter “things to do” activity list, broken down into four categories, that will keep you busy well into spring! Learn More.
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