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NH home sales reached new heights in 2017


according to the New Hampshire Realtors. “There’s certainly more buyers than sellers,” said Moe Archambault, owner and real estate broker at Moe Marketing Realty Group in Bedford. “When something comes on the market, it gets a lot of activity.”


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