NHAR

AcronymDefinition
NHARNew Hampshire Association of Realtors
NHARNingxia Hui Autonomous Region (China)
NHARNorth Harbour Aquatic Reserve (Australia)
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We never want to pretend we've got a crystal ball, but this trend continues to have the earmarks of early recovery," said NHAR President Bill Weidacher, who is also a managing broker at Keller Williams Metropolitan Realty in Bedford.
Another report by RE/MAX of New England showed figures that were roughly in line with the NHAR report.
The NHAR report found that there were 1,221 residential home sales in the state in May, a 27.
I think it's fair to say that we're actually feeling this shift in activity, rather than just seeing it on a data sheet," said John Rice, president of NHAR.
This is about supply and demand, and it's about home prices continuing to adjust to a market that has been favoring buyers for several years now," said John Rice, president of NHAR.
The NHAR report found that first-quarter residential home sales are at their highest level since 2007, which was attributed to the mostly snow-free winter, combined with a large inventory and low interest rates and prices.
And while NHAR President Tom Riley continued to stress that all comparisons are still influenced by the 2010 homebuyer tax credit and its subsequent expiration last June, he said the last two months have been a welcome change.
This comes as no surprise," said NHAR President Tom Riley.
We're not ready to jump to the conclusion that this is a trend," said NHAR President Tom Riley, a 35-year veteran of the real estate industry and president of Riley Enterprises in Bedford.
Housing accounts for 16 percent of the New Hampshire economy, and any efforts to downshift costs will impede the state's economic growth, make buying and selling a home more difficult, and could result in a significant loss in a home's equity," says NHAR President Tom Riley.
6 percent from the 10,810 sold in 2009, the NHAR reported.
There is still no clear trend line that would give us a real sense of how this market will play out in 2011," NHAR President Tom Riley, president of Riley Enterprises in Bedford, said in a statement.