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Market Conditions in New Hampshire : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 19, 2016
Jk1107 asked:
I'm a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire, and I am looking to do research on housing prices and various economic and environmental characteristics. I am hoping to…
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Mon May 30, 2016
Scott Godzyk answered:
It is a computer program, it does not see things such as location. It bases value on a combination of tax card values and area sales for similar size, age etc. Location and views are not always comprehended by computers. There is a link you can click on that page to dispute or add information. ... more
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Tue Jun 9, 2015
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Sun May 10, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
A Zestimate (on Zillow, which is another website) is a very random number and doesn't necessarily represent true "Market Value". It's basically an algorithm that tries to give properties a value based on nearby sales. I've seen these #s off by 10s of thousands (both high & low).

Please do not rely on a "zestimate" on Zillow, or even Trulia's estimate of value. You need to hire a REALTOR to do a full market analysis. And I wouldn't try to "time" the market. You could be waiting a long time.

Plus, if you're getting a mortgage, rates are still at historic lows, but likely won't stay that way for long. So while you wait for prices to go down, rates will go up. (they tend to go hand in hand that way). The time to buy is now.

P.S. The homes you see on these websites might not even be available anymore. The data here is horribly inaccurate and outdated. You need a Buyer's Agent working for you. (and it's FREE!)

Good luck!
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Fri May 8, 2015
Joe Osborne asked:
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Thu Feb 26, 2015
Jennifer Cote answered:
The last condo to sell on Meadowview Circle was #15 back on 9/2014. This is from MLS and not covering any private sales.

Hopefully that answers your question.
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Fri Nov 7, 2014
Kevin Gannon answered:
No quick answer. The days on market is dictated by location, listed price and condition. The number of bedrooms and bathrooms will influence a potential buyer.
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Fri Nov 7, 2014
Kevin Gannon answered:
I find it amusing that there are two reply's/responses to the question and there both from Florida.
Laconia, NH market is stable.
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Wed Sep 24, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
The condo fee is $275 month. It does not include cable. Unit 528 is under contract but there are others for sale. If you would like a list of what is available, want to see them or have any questions please contact me direct,

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Sat Jul 12, 2014
Melissa Higgins answered:
The fee is monthly. However, to add to the great answer already provided, be sure to inquire about special assessments. Typically, these represent costs that are or were above those the association budgeted for repairs, maintenance, etc. It is always important to find out whether special assessments are allowed and whether they have ever been charged. You will want to carefully review all of the related documentation (covenants, conditions, and restrictions) carefully so that you do not experience any unwanted/unexpected surprises down the road. ... more
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Mon Jun 2, 2014
jnsnugglers asked:
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
Russell J Ramsey answered:
The property tax in NH is based on a per $1000 of the assessed value of the total property, including land. For Lancaster, the current tax rate is $23.35 per $1000 of total property assessed value. So if land and home are valued at $150,000 your tax would be $3,502.50
If the land value is above the $150,000, add the assessed value of land to assessed value of home and figure the tax from that amount. Location is key. Each town/city has its own tax rate.
Total assessed value divided by 1,000 and multiplied by the town tax rate = your tax due for that year
Hope this helps!
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Sat Apr 12, 2014
sb.rodney answered:
because there 400K+ homes. who can afford that...
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Sat Mar 22, 2014
leojohn asked:
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