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The Nitrogen Enriched Home

Posted 06-29-2012 at 02:20 PM by Roy Sanborn

I’ve got to admit that real estate agents tend to try and paint the properties they have for sale in the best possible light when they describe them. Well, most agents anyway. There are still plain vanilla descriptions such as “2 Bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,512 Sq ft of living space on a 3.62 acre lot. Large attached garage with storage space above it. Land is partially wooded. Basement is partially finished.”...
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Winnipesaukee, Winnisquam, and Squam - May 2012 Waterfront Sales Report

Posted 06-16-2012 at 12:45 PM by Roy Sanborn

May was a great month for waterfront sales on Winnipesaukee with twelve transactions at an average price of $638,231. None of the sales exceeded $1 million, but three were in the $900,000 range. Last May there were only four sales on the big lake but the average sales price did come in higher at $1.053 million. To me, it is just as good to see a lot of properties selling on the...
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What is your favrite real estate movie

Posted 05-25-2012 at 02:06 PM by Roy Sanborn
Updated 06-08-2012 at 11:03 AM by Roy Sanborn

Hey, it is the holiday weekend! Get out there and enjoy all the Lakes Region has to offer! So, what is your favorite real estate movie? When you stop and think about it, there are more movies dealing with real estate than you might have originally guessed. Early westerns were about settlers trying to make new homes in the Old West, war movies are really about countries fighting over real estate, and horror movies are often about haunted houses. Excluding those types of movies narrows the field...
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A Rash Of House Thefts in the Lakes Region

Posted 05-20-2012 at 09:51 AM by Roy Sanborn

There were 61 residential home sales in April 2012 in the communities in this Lakes Region real estate market report. The average sales price came in at $324,580 and the median price point at $170,000. While 61 sales might not seem like a lot, it is 33% better than the 46 sales last April and the average price is up from $317,714. Residential sales are up 23% year to date over the same period last year,...
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Fresh Meat for the Lakes Region Home Buyer

Posted 05-04-2012 at 02:40 PM by Roy Sanborn
Updated 05-20-2012 at 09:48 AM by Roy Sanborn

The number of homes for sale in the twelve Lakes Region communities in this report continues to creep up with 105 more listings available than last month. The 1195 listings available as of May 1 represents a 17.6 month supply. That’s enough! The current average asking price stands at $500,196 with a median price point of $257,000.

There is obviously a pile of homes in every price range to look...
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