Exeter, NH Real Estate News

By Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty, Good to Know
(BHHS Verani Realty)
Sun-drenched and immaculate with a great   Quick Links   Exeter, NH Real Estate     Kingston, NH Real Estate     Newmarket, NH Real Estate     Newfields, NH Real Estate     Brentwood, NH Real Estate     Durham, NH Real Estate       See Property Details   Call: for more information on this or any other property.   Visit Property Website                     Sun-drenched and immaculate with a great open concept floor plan! Enjoy serene views from your Living Rm Window, Spacious bedrooms and renovated Kitchen. Hardwood Flrs,Berber Carpeting and fun colors make you want to call this place home! Storage unit in attic and on site Laundry in LL. Close to Downtown Exeter, the Train and all major routes.Condo Fee includes Hot Water and unit has an in-wall A/C Unit.         25 Ernest Ave, #12, Ex...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
NOTE to literals, there really is an igloo but we don't have it listed for sale. FOR SALE: Newly constructed igloo, only the finest New Hampshire river ice was used in construction. Built by local craftsmen, 1 mason, 1 contractor, and 1 crane operator (he carried the ice blocks and operated the chain saw. Incredibly light and airy inside, temperature controlled (cold all the time), and located within easy walking distance from historic Exeter, New Hampshire. Don't miss a rare (and very limited time) opportunity to own this truly "one of a kind" home. Approximately 300 square feet, very open inside, with sparkling 9 foot ceiling. Very private, nearest neighbor is a fishing shanty with seasonal occupants; you'll hardly know they're there when they're in residence because they tend to stay...
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By Bridget Hayward, Experienced ~ Energetic ~ Effective
(Bean Group)
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage #1 in Maine and New Hampshire SALES VOLUME: $845,000,000 RESIDENTIAL TRANSACTIONS: 3,511 SOLD OVER 365 DAYS: One Transaction Every 2 hours 52 minutes TOTAL LISTINGS: 3,196 Real Estate as a Commodity: A Tip to Attract More Buyers Real Estate is a commodity. Commodities sell everyday with prices fluctuating based on market conditions and perceptions influenced by supply and demand. For example, people wanting to buy IBM stock determine how much they will pay on any given day based on the current information about the company and the market. Those wanting to sell the stock may request a price, but the buyer's knowledge of the market influences what they pay. The real estate market operates very much like the stock market in that a property is only wor...
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By Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent
(RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine)
Exeter NH Homes | Stratham NH Homes - 2008 Market Report Homes Sold  Real Estate is also a topic of great interest for almost everyone, and especially these days.  With media outlets continually highlighting their perceptions of the real estate markets across the country, it makes is imperative to consult with a local professional REALTOR to get the real straight facts about your local real estate markets. Here in the NH Seacoast real estate markets, some of our towns have fared better than the media would have you believe, while other towns haven't fared as well. Thie market report deals with the Exeter New Hampshire and Stratham NH homes sold and homes that came on the market for sale during the year 2008. Exeter New Hampshire Homes Activity - 2008: During 2008, we saw 201 homes in Ex...
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By Shannon Aldrich, NH & Maine Real Estate Seacoast
(Keller Williams Coastal Realty)
Exeter NH saw a 9% increase in average sales price during the first quarter of 2008. The average sale rose from $300,717 in 2007 to $329,404 in 2008. That's the good news - now here is the challenge. 28 homes sold during this period which is down by 28% from 2007 when 39 homes were sold during the same three months. The other good news has to be that there are currently 17 homes under contract. So we could be seeing a result of this year's challenging and snowy winter.The average days on market have also increased by 18 days. In 2007 it took an average of 178 days to sell a home in the first quarter and we are currently at 196 days.Every town is different - there is no "National Market" and from these reports you can see that each town is an entirely different market. One town can be up...
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By Katherine Anderson, Managing Broker
(Coldwell Banker Hobin Realty, LLC - Hampton & Rye, NH, USA)
 Data for these stats was pulled from the NNEREN MLS Database on 3/28/2008.  2007 stats run from 1/1/07 to 3/28/072008 stats run from 1/1/08 to 3/28/08  *Avg. DOM = average days on the market    **Median L/S Ratio = median list price to sold price ratio  Conclusions / My Take: Based on these stats, I would conclude that the condo market in Exeter, NH is recovering.  Condos are selling faster, for more money and closer to asking price.  As for the single family home market in Exeter, NH... These stats suggest that it is still more of a buyers market in that the sales prices 2007 vs. 2008 have declined and homes are taking longer to sell.  Also, sellers are granting higher discounts on their list prices this year than last year.My take on this is that the more affordable properties tend t...
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By Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent
(RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine)
Exeter NH Homes | Exeter NH Condos This past year in the Exeter New Hampshire real estate market, we saw the number of new listings that came on the market in 2007 drop quite a bit from 2006 for both Exeter homes and Exeter condos.  The average days on the market for both homes and condos increased by a good amount.  Some of the other Seacoast towns saw about the same types of variations in their numbers, while others saw much less of a difference between the two years. In the market we've been in, and are still experiencing, sellers MUST pay very close attention to what the market is saying about pricing.  Those who sold this past year or so priced their properties appropriately for the market at that point in time.  It's always important to properly price any property, and it will re...
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By Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent
(RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine)
New to the market ---> A SWEET one bedroom condo in Norrisbrook Condos in Exeter NH! And when I say sweet, it really is!  And for only $144,500!  These owners have done some really nice things to upgrade it, and it's in a fabulous location within the complex.  PLUS it has one of the very few rare private entrances.......gives you great access to the yard, just as it were your own yard to enjoy, along with a patio area, tool Norrisbrook Condos in Historic Exeter NH 50 Brookside Drive #A3, Norrisbrook Condos, Exeter, NH 03833 View Map Beautifully updated and meticulously maintained one bedroom first floor Norrisbrook Condo. This unit is one of only 4 units in Norrisbrook that has its own private entrance - what a treat to be able to have your own patio and direct access to the yard for co...
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Local Links, Exeter NH - From Laurel T. Your Exeter NH Realtor American Independence Museum, Exeter New Hampshire Attraction Step back in time and come visit the Exeter, NH American Independence Museum. Housed in antique New England buildings, this museum offers the stories of the brave people who founded this great land. You can take tours of the Ladd-Gilman House which is a National Landmark Property. Guided tours run Wed-Sat from 10am to 4pm with the last tour starting at 3. And... Although it is still under construction there is also The Folsom Tavern, which will open in 2007. This great old tavern was once the heart of the Exeter NH political scene during Revolutionary days. The Tavern was recently relocated and now sits right down on Water Street in downtown Exeter. According to t...
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Local Links, Exeter NH - From Laurel T. Your Exeter NH Realtor Exotic, Elegant Flowers and More! Cymbidium Floral in Downtown Exeter NH. Cymbidium floral specializes in unusual and exotic flowers and plants, including a large selection of orchids. Flowers are elegantly displayed in vases throughout the store, and are sold by the stem or as custom-designed arrangements or bouquets. Customers are free to pick and choose on their own, or receive help from the floral designer. Special orders are encouraged, though they do request advance notice if possible. Cymbidium floral offers a complete range of floral design services for the home and office, as well as for parties, weddings, bar and bat-mitzvahs, memorial services, and other events. They have a signature style consisting of lush, comp...
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By Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent
(RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine)
WELCOME to the quaint little town of Exeter New Hampshire!  A drive through the center of Exeter will make you feel like you're right smack dab in the middle of a Norman Rockwell painting!Located just minutes from commuter routes - 5-7 minutes to I-95, right off Route 101 (the major east-west highway) - this is a perfect spot for those looking for the great quality of life New Hampshire offers and are working out of the area.  Not only does Exeter have terrific access for highways, you can hop on the Amtrak Downeaster and head south to Boston or north to Portland Maine.  Commuting north, east, south, or west just doesn't get much easier than it is from Exeter!  The University of New Hampshire is just about 15-20 minutes away, in Durham.  Exeter is just minutes away from area beaches alo...
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