Observations From New Hampshire

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Real Estate Agent - Brin Realty Group
Real Estate market observations for the towns of Amherst, Bedford, Brookline, Milford, Wilton, Lyndeborough New Hampshire.
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New Hampshire real estate sales are off almost 10% for January and February compared to the same period in 2006. What segment of the market is taking the biggest hit? New Hampshire real estate sales are off almost 10% for January and February compared to the same period in 2006. So which real est...
03/21/2007
 The number of single family homes sold in January and February are up 5% from 2006. A positive sign. I have noticed a change in sentiment among first time buyers who are getting more anxious about buying a home in New Hampshire. Homes in the Amherst and Milford area have become more affordable s...
03/21/2007
Over the last couple of months I have noticed that most of the homes I have shown to potential buyers have been vacant. In fact over the past 6 weeks it was so common to walk into a vacant home that it was a surprise to arrive at a home with furniture in it. As an agent it is more convenient to s...
03/13/2007
The number of single family homes sold in January and February are up 5% from 2006. A positive sign. I have noticed a change in sentiment among first time buyers who are getting more anxious about buying a home in New Hampshire. Homes in the Amherst and Milford area have become more affordable s...
03/13/2007
It appears that the sentiment of buyers is beginning to change,  especially among the first time buyers. I am beginning to run into buyers, especially first time buyers who are anxious to find and buy a house. They have a strong belief that the market is at a point that allows them to buy a home ...
02/02/2007
Another year has passed and I am pretty sure that a few years from now we will not be longing for times like we had in 2006. Despite the unseasonably warm December weather in New Hampshire, the real estate market is still chilly. 2006 was a continuation of adjustment in the real estate market wi...
01/18/2007
Below is a table with the home sales and average selling prices for the year through November 30th and for the same period in 2005. This will give a good snapshot of how the various towns are doing in the market.  A complete report on home sales in the Milford area of New Hampshire is available
12/06/2006
Market Notables The number of homes sold in the area was up from October. This is a trend of increasing sales at a time of year when we usually see decreases in sales.   Single family home sales through the 30th of November 2006 were down 21% from the same period last year. Single family home sal...
12/06/2006
Are buyers gaining confidence in the New Hampshire real estate market? It certainly looks as if this may be the case based on the trend of home sales over the past 3 months! Normally home sales decline from mid summer through to January or February and then increase from February through to the ...
12/06/2006
Single family home sales through the 31st of October 2006 were down 23% from the same period last year. Single family home sales in the month of October were down 38% from last October. (Recall that sales in September were off 53% from a year earlier, so this is an improvement.) The number of si...
11/27/2006
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Real Estate market observations for the towns of Amherst, Bedford, Brookline, Milford, Wilton, Lyndeborough New Hampshire.