Whether you’re looking for your forever home or a vacation house on the water, Lake Winnipesaukee is a lovely area. The name Winnipesaukee means “smile of the great spirit,” which is very fitting to the area. The lake is 72 square miles with 288 miles of shoreline and 258 islands. Lake Winnipesaukee Real Estate offers luxury, waterfront, and beach access homes in various beautiful locations. Owning a house on the water can be a good investment and experience for people of all ages. We’re going to highlight some of the private luxury communities on Lake Winnipesaukee to watch for this spring.
New Hampshire in the spring is an enchanting time when residents anticipate the snow melting and the bustling sunny season. Spring temperatures can be fickle, but you’ll observe winter sports transitioning into warmer-weather activities. New Hampshire spring real estate comes with great opportunities as everyone migrates to new areas to enjoy the summer months. We’re going to explore some of our favorite NH towns in spring, activities to check out, and what you can look forward to.
New Hampshire Real Estate has fluctuated in recent years, igniting many questions in potential buyers and current owners. Spring is one of the most popular times for selling homes as buyers anticipate relocating for the warmer months. On average, it takes about 31 days for a house to sell on the market in New Hampshire as of March 2022. According to the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, the hottest markets in NH were in Manchester and along the seacoast region when assessed at the end of 2021. We’re going to discuss the current real estate market in New Hampshire and our predictions for the future.
Hanover, NH - June 1, 2022 - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty is excited to announce the addition of the Hanover, New Hampshire office.