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Charlotte Gassman – New Hampshire Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent

Charlotte Gassman - Chester Gay Friendly Realtor

Charlotte is a Chester gay friendly Realtor at Team Gassman Real Estate LLC. Team Gassman Real Estate LLC Real Estate specialists ensures that each client receives outstanding guidance and is dedicated to providing crucial, in-depth local market knowledge. Specializing in the NH & MA real estate market, the team enjoys sharing their perspective into the… Read more »

New Hampshire Home Sales Up 21% in 2012

Single-family home sales in New Hampshire increased by more than a fifth in 2012 from the previous year, a sign that buyers were taking advantage of flat prices and historically low interest rates, according to a new report on the New England housing market. The RE/MAX of New England 2013 Housing Forecast found that in… Read more »

New Hampshire Home Sales Up, Prices Down in July

New Hampshire home sales continued to rise in July while sale prices continued to slide, according to the New Hampshire Association of Realtors. A total of 1,260 homes were sold in the state last month, the group announced yesterday, compared with 1,052 in July 2011, a 19.8 percent increase, year-over-year. With 7,044 homes sold in… Read more »

New Hampshire Home Sales Jumped in May

Home sales shot up 27.7 percent in May compared with the same month a year earlier, and the New Hampshire Association of Realtors hailed the jump as a sign of recovery in the housing market. According to the group, 1,221 homes were sold in the state last month, compared with 956 in May 2011. A… Read more »

Sales Slow, Prices Down in New Hampshire Real Estate

Sales are stagnant and prices are mostly down for single-family homes and condominiums in southern New Hampshire and eastern Massachusetts, according to the Northeast Association of Realtors. The association, which represents more than 1,200 Realtors throughout the Merrimack and Nashoba valleys, released the data Tuesday during a program titled, “State of the Housing Market: 2011… Read more »

NH: Foreclosures Increased in August

Home foreclosures rose in August. The latest numbers highlight the long term pressures on the housing market. The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority says about 320 homeowners lost their houses in August. That was less than in August a year ago but more than the number of foreclosures the month before. The relatively constant flow… Read more »

NH: Real Estate Market Still Rocky

The New Hampshire Association of Realtors came out with numbers today comparing housing sales from this past August to August of 2010 and found an increase of 14 percent. The group also reported that housing prices dropped two percent during the same time. But these numbers don’t necessarily give the full picture of New Hampshire’s… Read more »

NH: Seacoast Real Estate Prices in Steady Decline

Average prices for houses and condominiums in Exeter and Stratham have been on a steady decline for the last year, this despite the fact that both communities had healthier spring sales compared to the winter. The average price of a house that sold in Exeter during the spring (March, April and May) was $259,026, according… Read more »

NH: Condo Sales Lead Sluggish Seacoast Real Estate Market

April sales of single-family condominium units led a lukewarm Seacoast spring real estate market, according to monthly statistics of the 13 sample towns released by the Seacoast Board of Realtors this week. The sample towns are Greenland, Hampton, Hampton Falls, New Castle, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth, Rye, Stratham, Exeter, Newfields, Newmarket and Seabrook. Condominium sales,… Read more »

NH: Real Estate Sales Improve, But Young Couples Flee

Although the Seacoast Board of Realtors had some good news to report at their State of Seacoast news conference in New Hampshire yesterday, there were some disturbing trends covered as well. In January and February of 2011, single-family home sales had their best start since 2008. Furthermore, residential sales volume in the entire state is… Read more »