Homes For Sale In NH



PhotoAddressLocationNeighborhoodPriceSizeStyleTypeBedsBathsBuilt
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282 Shaker Rd
NNEREN East Concord $79,900 Lot / Land Lots and Land 3
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Snow Pond Rd and Shaker Road
NNEREN East Concord $129,000 Lot / Land Lots and Land
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163 Westwood Dr
NNEREN South Nashua $279,900 2,112 sq. ft. Single Story Residential 4 2 1970
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7 Candlewood Rd.
Windham $729,000 3,800 sq. ft. 2 1/2 Story Residential 4 3 1999
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1501 Hooksett Road
NNEREN Hooksett $749,000 2,476 sq. ft."plus 6 cabins" 2 Story "Retail building and cabins" Commercial 10 8 1940 recently renovated


Local Real Estate Information


     Buying a home can be extremely exciting as well as a rewarding experience when done with a little preparation. When an individual chooses a place to make a living, they opt for a place that offers them the conveniences, comforts and resources of life. Manchester has emerged as a key location for the prospective buyers and real estate investors. Being nominated among the 100 best places to live and establish a business by many magazines, Southern NH real estate provides a wide, yet diversified range of residential properties ideal for any lifestyle, family size and budget. It offers the potential homebuyers the best options of choice for condos, private and lakefront homes, traditional home styles, single family to multifamily dwellings, commercial real estate, land and vacation homes to invest in.  Here are few good reasons to consider, why purchasing a NH home could be a smart move.  Nicknamed the Queen City, Manchester NH is based in the heart of the New England area and offers the ideal balance of vibrant urban locale in midst of elegance with ample recreational opportunities.  Geographically situated on the banks of the Merrimack River, with Massabesic Lake nearby, the White Mountains to the north and Atlantic Seacoast to the east, Manchester renders itself as a superb area for vacations. One can go boating, fishing, golfing, hiking and skiing as well without having to go far.  With a low unemployment rate and being the financial and business center of the State of New Hampshire, it is home to many key employers, including manufacturing firms, core industries, and high tech companies with the financial, healthcare and insurance sectors taking the lead.  The strong economy is being supported by its close proximity to Boston and the state sales tax free environment is an added advantage which attracts the businesses to the area.  Some of the state’s largest employers are Elliot Hospital, TD Bank, Citizens Bank, Bank of America, Fidelity Investments, Verizon communications, Public Service of New Hampshire, Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield and many more providing a multitude of job opportunities.  This is certainly one place where you can live comfortably, work and play as well. You can find everything you can think of, without having to go far.  I’m a NH realtor that can help you look for the best home suitable for your budget.  

 

Whether your a First time Homebuyer, upsizing or downsizing.

  Questions???  Call  (603) 785-7811 or   Email Dan  All inquiries are answered promptly!!!

Veterans call to ask about buying VA.  FHA financing is available to all qualified buyers.  

 


03103 Neighborhood Information


Population
Total Population 37,220
Male Population (50.0 %) 18,625
Female Population (50.0 %) 18,596
Percent Change Since 2000 0.9 %
Percent Change Since 2010 0.8 %
Median Age 33.82
Employment
White Collar 19,489
Blue Collar 9,704
Households
Total Households 14,530
Family Households 8,721
Non-family Households 5,809
Households With Children 4,671
Households Without Children 9,859
Average People Per Household 2.52
Education (Number of people who have achieved the following levels of education)
No High School 1,812
Some High School 2,726
Some College 4,823
Associate Degree 1,783
Bachelors Degree 3,452
Graduate Degree 1,269
Marital Status (Number of people who have the following marital status)
Never Married 9,492
Married 10,552
Separated 870
Widowed 475
Divorced 2,677
Income/Financial
Average Household Income $61,020
Median Household Income $51,193
Median Income Under 25 $34,475
Median Income 25-44 $49,595
Median Income 45-64 $61,408
Median Income Over 65 $42,667
Percent Increase/Decrease in Income Since 2000 35.0 %
Percent Increase/Decrease in Income Since 2010 5.0 %
Average Household Net Worth $402,256
Median Home Sale Price $140,000
Sales Tax Rate 0.0 %
Sales Tax Type ST
Average Household Total Expenditure $49,544
Weather
Average High in January 33.10 °F
Average Low in January 15.70 °F
Average High in July 82.40 °F
Average Low in July 62.70 °F
Annual Precipitation 99.48 in.
Air Pollution Index 91
Other Amenities
Airport Manchester
Miles To Airport 1
Junior College MANCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Miles To Junior College 5
University HESSER COLLEGE
Miles To University 2
Sports Team NH Fisher Cats
Miles To Sports Team 2
Lifestyle
The following values are represented as an index, where the value 100 represents the national average.
Below Average Above Average
Total Household Expenditure
 
 
90
Contributions
 
 
81
Insurance
 
 
84
Clothing
 
 
89
Education
 
 
83
Entertainment
 
 
89
Food
 
 
91
Healthcare
 
 
92
Household Furnishings
 
 
88
Shelter
 
 
89
Household Operations
 
 
85
Other
 
 
91
Personal Care
 
 
91
Reading
 
 
90
Tobacco
 
 
96
Transportation
 
 
91
Utilities
 
 
93
Gifts
 
 
84
Crime
The following values are represented as an index, where the value 100 represents the national average.
Below Average Above Average
Total Crime Risk
 
 
118
Personal Crime Risk
 
 
42
Murder Risk
 
 
46
Rape Risk
 
 
78
Robbery Risk
 
 
95
Assault Risk
 
 
50
Property Crime Risk
 
 
157
Burglary Risk
 
 
155
Larceny Risk
 
 
150
Automotive Theft Risk
 
 
95
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