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Featured blog entry from Roy Sanborn

Cracked Up - The Lakes Region Real Estate Market Report

Posted 08-09-2019 at 02:09 PM by Roy Sanborn
Cracked Up

There were 802 single family residential homes on the market as of August 1 2019 in the fourteen Lakes Region communities covered by this report. The average asking price was $638,105 and the median asking price was $365,500. Last August there were 863 with an average asking price of $712,535 and the median price point was $372,000. Our current inventory level represents about a six-and-a-half-month supply of homes on the market.

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Featured blog entry from Roy Sanborn

The June 2019 Winni Waterfront Sales Report

Posted 07-18-2019 at 12:34 PM by Roy Sanborn
The June Winni Waterfront Sales Report

Here’s this month’s edition of the Winni Waterfront Report…There were seventeen Winnipesaukee waterfront properties sold in June 2019. The average sales price came in at $1,268,647 and the median price point stood at $1,117,000. That brings the total number of sales for the first half of this year to sixty-four at an average price of $1,498,796 and a median price of $1,062,000. That total is up a bit from the first half of 2019 when we...
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Featured blog entry from Lakegeezer

Retirement

Posted 06-28-2013 at 06:10 PM by Lakegeezer
Today, I join the many retirees of the lakes region. I've been lucky to have a job that let me telecommute from the lake for the past five years, but it was tough watching people enjoying the lake while working. Now, it is time to try a different lifestyle. Learning to play the piano, more exercise and writing occasionally in this blog are part of it. Time will tell if these goals are like New Year resolutions or will stick.
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Featured blog entry from Papa Don's Place
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A medical tale

Posted 11-25-2010 at 10:58 AM by PapaDon
As some of you know, besides my PTSD, anxiety, and depression, I also have some fun knee, hip, back, and spinal conditions. These bother me in random ways, so I can't always guess which knee, arm, or hand is going to work properly. So sometimes I walk OK, sometimes I stagger like I'm drunk, and sometimes I just plain fall down. I bet it would make some fun videos to watch!

Also, with 5 fingers out of 10 with no feeling, some loss of strength, and not the best guidance systems...
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Featured blog entry from Rattlesnake Gal
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Our Military Heroes!

Posted 03-05-2010 at 11:00 AM by Rattlesnake Gal
There are many Forum members with loved ones in the military. Since this topic is non lake related, I am starting this blog dedicated to our nation's heroes.

It would be great if you could post here and share your stories and experiences with your Forum family.

Since becoming friends with WinnDixie and learning about her grandson, it has really personalized our troops for me.
I have a renewed mission to do a little something to support our troops. Thanks...
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Featured blog entry from upthesaukee
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Semi-Retirement and other of Life's Jewels

Posted 11-20-2008 at 03:34 PM by upthesaukee
Let's see...let's start with semi-retirement. In the summer of 2007, my wife and I looked forward to March 2008 and me reaching a point in life where I could file for retirement and start collecting Social Security (I will not start a debate or partake in one on that subject ). I was not in a rush to do so, and so I did not do much except go on Social Security's website and check out a few things. I already had my annual statement, and knew approximately how much I would be getting per...
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A great long weekend at the Lake

Posted 08-26-2008 at 04:35 PM by Winni Luvr
I decided I would Blog about my wonderful long weekend at the Lake. I just returned about an hour ago from a weekend full of beautiful weather and more sweet memories.

We (my daughter Caitlin and I) arrived early Friday afternoon for our 2nd trip up to Lake Winnipesaukee this August. First time I came up with the rest of the Family....Hubby and youngest daughter, they unfortunately could not share in our 2nd trip up because of work obligations for my Husband and Band Camp for...
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