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Winni Waterfront Sales Report - March 2016

Posted 04-19-2016 at 01:04 PM by Roy Sanborn

Winni Waterfront Sales Report - March 2016

There were eight residential waterfront sales on Winnipesaukee in March with an average price of $1,296,250 and a median price point of $1.125 million. Five of the sales exceeded the million dollar mark. This brings the total to 25 sales in the first quarter of this year at an average of $1,046,300 and a median price point of $825,000. There were 20 sales during the first quarter of 2015 at an average of $816,450 and a median price point...
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What's Not Hot!

Posted 04-11-2016 at 11:02 AM by Roy Sanborn





What's Not Hot… The Lakes Region Real Estate Market Report



Last week we explored what is hot in the real estate world as far as desirable home features. Now, for WNHW. That’s not a radio station, that’s “What’s not hot, Willie!” or things you might want to change if you can before you try to sell your home. Obviously, some things can’t be fixed, like the fact that you live next...
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What's Hot in Today's Real Estate Market?

Posted 04-03-2016 at 04:57 PM by Roy Sanborn



What's Hot?



Did you ever wonder why some homes sell quickly and others linger on the market a long time? Well, obviously a lot has to do with whether it is priced right or not or perhaps it's the location. But, certain home features are very desirable and help sell a home while there are other things that might deter a sale. So here is a list of some things that are hot when it comes to desirable...
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The Native App

Posted 03-27-2016 at 06:10 PM by Roy Sanborn
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The Native App





I was surfing around the real estate world on the internet and I happened across an article about “native real estate apps.” I don’t know why, but my first thought was about Tonto getting down of his pinto (whose name was Scout, naturally)...
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The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - February 2016

Posted 03-10-2016 at 07:08 PM by Roy Sanborn
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The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - February 2016

There were six residential waterfront transactions on Lake Winnipesaukee in February 2016 at an average sales price of $1,102,833 and a median price point of $813,500.



The entry level sale was at 14 Mill Cove Road in Alton.
This 1967 vintage, 1,661 square foot, two bedroom, one and a half bath home is extremely well maintained and offers beautiful long range...
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The Inspection - Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Market Report

Posted 03-04-2016 at 11:10 AM by Roy Sanborn

The Inspection - Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Market Report

Having a property inspection is one of the biggest hurdles and a very important step in the home buying process. Buyers often ask whether they really need an inspection and my answer is always yes, yes, and yes regardless of whether the home is new or 200 years old. Every farmer checks out the horse’s teeth before he buys him.



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Presidents' Days

Posted 02-20-2016 at 04:38 PM by Roy Sanborn
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Presidents' Day

There were just 61 residential home sales in January 2016 in the twelve communities covered by this Lakes Region Real Estate Market Report. That’s kind of a slow start for the New Year but it is still a lot better than the 50 posted last January. The average sales price came in at $338,936 and the median price point was $231,500.



Monday was Presidents’ Day. If I was in the car business I would write about the successful blow out...
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The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - February 2016

Posted 02-12-2016 at 12:15 PM by Roy Sanborn

The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - February 2016

Off and running! There were eleven Winnipesaukee waterfront sales in January at an average price of $835,091 and a median price point of $726,000. That’s a lot better start than last January when there were just five sales on Winnie but the average did come in higher at $1.084 million.





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Real Estate is Going to the Dogs...The Lakes Region Real Estate Report

Posted 02-05-2016 at 11:44 AM by Roy Sanborn
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Real Estate is Going to the Dogs...The Lakes Region Real Estate Report



There were 750 single family residential homes on the market as of February 1, 2016 in the twelve communities covered by this Lakes Region Real Estate Market Report. The average asking price stood at $527,071 and median price point was $259,900. Last February 1 there were 781 homes on the market. Between the great year we...
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Smile of the Great Spirit

Posted 02-03-2016 at 11:02 AM by moneill
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On the northern shore of the big lake, dwelt the chieftain of the woodlands, Ahanton. He was renowned for his courage, but even more so for the beauty of his daughter, Ellacoya. Many warriors pursued her. Yet all were rejected until one day, Kona, a young chief from a rival tribe to the south, appeared in the village. In response to the legend of Ellacoya’s beauty, he had traveled across the lake in his canoe to win her hand.

Leading an expedition to expel invaders, Chief Ahanton...
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The 2015 Year End Winnipesaukee and Winnisquam Waterfront Sales Report The 2015 Yea

Posted 01-25-2016 at 12:35 PM by Roy Sanborn

The 2015 Year End Winnipesaukee and Winnisquam Waterfront Sales Report


December, 2015 was another strong month for Winnipesaukee waterfront sales with 19 transactions at an average sales price of $1,060,368. Last December we had 14 sales in December and only 3 in 2013 so sales are definitely up! There were 6 sales over the million dollar mark with the largest sale coming in at $3.65 million on Governors Island at 548 Edgewater Drive.


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Lakes Region, NH vs. Cape Cod, MA

Posted 01-13-2016 at 09:06 AM by moneill

The decision to buy in the Lakes Region or on the Cape is a question that repeatedly surfaces when working with buyers looking for a second home in this area. The answer to the question is easy for someone who has lived on the lakes all his or her life. But let us at least try to look at the question objectively.

The Lakes Region versus Cape Cod debate is not an age-old question in the same category as what the universe if made of or the biological basis of consciousness, but it is...
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Wolfeboro, NH Through Different Eyes

Posted 12-31-2015 at 11:59 AM by moneill

Many famous people have owned beautiful homes and estates in Wolfeboro over the years. One of the most interesting was Chiang Kai-shek. He was a Chinese political leader and a major figure in Chinese history from 1927 to 1948. His wife, Soong Mei-ling,*often called Madame Chiang Kai-shek, was also prominent in the world scene. Time Magazine named the couple “Man and Woman of the Year” in 1938. In his “New Hampshire Commentary” blog, Dean Dexter says the couple “were what Tracy and Hepburn were to...
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The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - November 2015

Posted 12-21-2015 at 10:51 AM by Roy Sanborn
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The Winni Waterfront Sales Report - November 2015

There were fourteen waterfront sales on Winnipesaukee in November, 2015 with an average sales price of $1,014,500 and a median price point of $821,500. That brings us to 157 sales on Winnipesaukee so far this year. It looks like we are having a pretty strong sales finish to an already good year on the lake.






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Christmas Houses - The Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Report

Posted 12-21-2015 at 09:54 AM by Roy Sanborn



Christmas Houses - The Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Report

There are many great movies that include Christmas as part of their storyline. The homes that these stories take place in are integral to the plot and have become memorable themselves. One of the most famous homes is the Griswold’s house in Christmas Vacation. This home looks like it could be on Edwards Street in Laconia but is actually located...
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