Touted as a best buy and promising investment, New Hampshire continues to be one of the fastest growing states in the Northeast. The expanded highway system, influx of Boston commuters, enhanced secondary educational system, tourism, and high technology industry, ensure population growth and property values. As the market wanes in surrounding states, New Hampshire’s property values continue to be strong. Distinct properties are expected to continue to increase in value and desirability. Without a sales tax, the state’s attractive tax system and unspoiled rural beauty will remain a unique draw for current and future buyers, proving to be New Hampshire’s fortune. The two convenient Interstate systems offers the freedom of location. Within driving distance from major cities in neighboring states, New Hampshire is a convenient location for vacation properties and primary residences for those looking for privacy and an escape from dense populations.
New Hampshire estates appeal to primary and second home buyers with varied interests and lifestyles. The seacoast showcases the finest historical oceanfront homes, the White Mountain region offers mountainside lodges within a short drive to multiple New Hampshire and Vermont ski resorts, the Lakes Region is abundant with waterfront estates, and privacy and protection are ensured by the expansive acreage of historic farmsteads throughout the regions.
Expansive knowledge of this unique market and the differing regional markets enables our Project Managers to successfully meet our client’s needs and expectations. A personalized approach to individual properties ensure a successful transfer via targeted marketing and professional contacts. LandVest continues to make record sales in nearly every region of the state, setting the example for the real estate community. Our landmark projects include quintessential Lakes Region properties on Squam Lake and Winnipeasaukee, waterfront properties along New Hampshire’s 17 mile seacoast, classic White Mountain and Monadnock Region ski homes, and classic New Hampshire farms.