In January 2024 there were 31 single family homes sales in the Sunapee Region, up from 19 in 2023. The median sales price for the month was $380,000, down $10,000 from January 2023. Read more in our January Monthly Real Estate Market Update.
Real Estate Stats
2023 was a tumultuous year for real estate with media headlines pointing to high interest rates and dwindling housing inventory. Home buyers and sellers shared their unease about the market, and many decided to hold off, watch and wait. In this post, we are going to look at real estate numbers for the State of New Hampshire and the Sunapee Region, as any important real estate decision should begin with accurate data.
Here is a look at the 2023 annual sales data for Sunapee Region towns within Merrimack County.
*This data set does not represent all Merrimack County towns. Data has been compiled annually since 2005 for residential single family home sales and does not include condo, [...]
Here is a look at the annual sales data for Sunapee Region towns within Sullivan County. Similar data is available for Merrimack County which can be found here.
As the first 6 months of 2023 close out, the median sales price for the Sunapee Region sits at $417,250 up from $365,000 for the same time period in 2022. The total number of homes sold in our region since January 1 is 164, down 78 sales from 2022. Read our June Market Report here.
Inventory locally and statewide is finally showing signs of improvement. For the majority of this year, there have been less than 950 single family homes* available for sale. At the writing of this post, there were over 1,386 single family homes for sale in New Hampshire with a median list price of $630,000. Read the full report here.
In this month’s post we are going to review single family home sales during May that occurred within the Sunapee Region.
They say April showers bring May flowers and here in the Sunapee region, we are hoping that holds true this month! In this post, we are going to take a look back at the local real estate activity and see how 2023 is shaping up.
This post provide home sales data for the New Hampshire towns of Hanover, Lebanon, Enfield, Plainfield and Lyme. All towns located in the Upper Valley Region have seen a steady increase in the median sales and average sales prices, as well as a significant decrease in the average days on market (DOM). Read more about New Hampshire's Upper Valley real estate market.
In March there were 31 closings, up significantly from February which was unusually slow at only 13 sales. Click here to read more.
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