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2012 

  Wakefield’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by 8.69% when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats.  There are currently one hundred fifty-eight residential homes available for purchase in Wakefield, thirty-four offer waterfront and/or water access; seven cond...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Sandwich’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by 60 when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats.  There are currently twenty-nine residential homes available for purchase in Sandwich, two offer water frontage and/or water access along with one commercial property...
Posted almost 2 years ago
Brookfield’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in new market inventory by 23% when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats.  There are currently twenty-two residential homes available for purchase in Brookfield, two of the nineteen listings offer water frontage and/or water access, ...
Posted almost 2 years ago
  Tuftonboro’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by 40.98% when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats.  There are currently one hundred twelve residential homes available for purchase in the Lakes Region community of Tuftonboro, nineteen offer water frontage an...
Posted almost 2 years ago
  Wolfeboro’s Residential listing data reflects an increase in market inventory by a modest 3.38% when compared to last year’s 2nd quarter stats.  There are currently one hundred ninety-nine residential homes available for purchase in Wolfeboro, sixty-five offer waterfront and/or water access; th...
Posted almost 2 years ago
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