May 12, 2020
April Housing Report: Sales down, prices up
Single family residential home sales in New Hampshire were down by 10 percent compared with April a year ago, while some of the forward-looking indicators such as pending sales also showed declines. But as many have predicted, pricing has remained strong early in the pandemic. The median home price in April was up 11.5 percent over April 2019, and it was in fact the highest median price for a single month in our recorded history – at $325,000.
All the April market data details can be found here As always, all of NHAR’s market data can be found on the website here.
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