New Hampshire ended 2022 with 13 percent fewer single-family home sales than the year before, a tally that belies the sharp downturn in home sales over the last six months.
The economic storm clouds that cast a shadow over the commercial, industrial, lab and residential real estate markets in the second half of 2022 will keep threatening the industry in 2023.
Commercial landlords in the U.S. face a $3 trillion bill for weaning their buildings off fossil fuel systems through retrofits, driven by new decarbonization regulations and a growing awareness of the “brown discount” on inefficient buildings.
When two banks north of Boston combine their mutual holding companies next year, they’ll be taking a path already blazed by a trio of New Hampshire community banks.
Many of the nation’s largest real estate firms still do not publish the share of the commission paid to agents who work with homebuyers, leaving buyers to fend for themselves.read more
Property taxes are rising right along with the cost of food, gas and other necessities. One main difference: You won’t have to wait for inflation to come down to lower your property taxes.read more
Bank of New Hampshire announced it has contributed $10,000 to Greater Seacoast Community Health.read more
Get ready for more buyers in search of a 1970s flashback, home design trend experts at Zillow said in their annual survey of what they think will be top of buyers’ wish lists in 2023.read more
A new survey by the National Association of Realtors says one of the many tech upgrades real estate agents embraced during the pandemic has outstripped all others in its long-term usefulness: electronic documents.read more