Sunday, April 14, 2019

If Our Population Isn't Growing Much, Why is it so Hard to Find a House to Buy?

The arrival of springtime means the start of the busy season for housing sales, but to some extent, it has been the busy season for real estate for six straight years.


Since 2012, the median sale price for a single-family home in New Hampshire has risen every year, the number of sales has risen every year except one and, in perhaps the most significant measure, the length of time that the average house stays on the market has fallen every year. It now takes only half as long to sell the average house as it did six years ago.

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