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NH real estate market ends year with still-tightening inventory


New Hampshire’s real estate market ended 2017 the way it began, with rising home prices and tightening inventory. According to data from the NH Association of Realtors, there were 1,318 single-family home sales in December 2017, 2 percent more than ...


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