New Hampshire ~ Where Have All the Buyers Gone?

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Real Estate Agent with BHG The Masiello Group

winter new hampshire homes

 

 

 

BRRRR  - 

I know it is cold in Southern New Hampshire and we have had record amounts of snow!

BUYERS - COME ON OUT --There are a lot of opportunties throughout Southern New Hampshire

 

 NOW is a great time to get ready for the Spring Market in Southern New Hampshire!

    - The housing prices have come DOWN.

    - The housing inventory is UP.

   -  Sellers and buyers are working to make dreams come true.

   -  Mortgage rates are still historically LOW.

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   Just put on some warm clothes, grab a warm cup of coffee, tea or cocoa and call me to set up a time to have a friendly chat about the real estate market and how you can make your dream of home ownership a reality.

   Come and see what New Hampshire has to offer - from traditional new england homes to eco-friendly communities - there is a perfect home for you.

  Remember  ~  Spring is just around the Corner ~

  What is happening in your market area?

(c) 2008 Joan Whitebook   ~ JOAN WHITEBOOK

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Sharon Simms
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Hi, Joan - I hear you've had enough snow that roofs are caving in! My husband (in a prior life) owned property and lived in Sunapee, NH - we have a daughter living there now. We don't get back there very often, but it certainly isn't in snow time.
March 10, 2008 10:50 PM
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Jim Crawford
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Wow!  I forget about up North!  I hear the winter is still raging up there!
March 10, 2008 10:52 PM
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Darleen McCullen
Broker - Raleigh, NC Real Estate
Joan, the buyers are out there - we just have to educate them that now is an excellent time to buy. I'm in the Raleigh, NC area, and the market is still good. If only we could get the Buyers to stop watching the national news...
March 10, 2008 10:53 PM
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Joan Whitebook
Consumer Focused Real Estate Services
BHG The Masiello Group

Carol - From reading your recent blog it looks like things are improving in your area.  We have seen things change in the last couple of weeks in New Hampshire as well.  Let's keep our fingers crossed.

Sharon ~ I am ready to move to Florida in the winters.  Our roof is holding up, but I am not sure about my arms -- I have never seen so much snow.  We certainly didn't have to shovel snow in San Francisco.  I had no idea that you have connections to New Hampshire.  I have met several people on Active Rain who have family in this state.  I enjoy your blogs -- and if you do get this way (perhaps for leaf peaping), be sure and let me know.

March 10, 2008 11:00 PM
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Joan Whitebook
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Jim ~  Don't rub it in!  (lol)  Yes, it is still winter in New Hampshire -- it is a balmy 25 degrees  (brrr), but the sun was out today and some of the snow is melting.  I must admit, it has been a long winter.  The Buyers have come out of their igloos -- and I am cautiously optimistic that this is going to be a busy spring.

Darlene~  We certainly don't have the same markets everywhere in the U.S.  That is great that Raleigh is doing so well.  The current economic report/housing report for New Hampshire was much better than the rest of the nation.  It is very confusing when the media keeps reporting on all othe worse case senarios.  Perhaps, the news will start to reflect more regional trends -- but unfortunately, it is not as exciting for the reporters. 

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