According to the New Hampshire Union Leader, condo prices headed north 13.1%t in New Hampshire in March as compared with a year earlier. They hit a median sales price of $214,900 which is almost $25,000 higher than a year ago. The data comes from the New Hampshire Association of Realtors. The number of single family homes sold in the state dropped as prices climbed higher.

The 1,071 closed homes sales last month represented a 4 percent drop over March 2018, but the median sales price rose from $265,000 in March 2018 to $285,900 last month, a 7.9 percent climb.

The median price represents the point at which 50 percent of something sells for less and 50 percent sells for more. The market saw 608 fewer homes on the market in March compared with a year earlier. Pending sales for both condos and homes shot up by double digits.

Hillsborough County, which includes Manchester and Nashua, saw the median sales price for single-family homes rise 11.3 percent in March to $300,000 compared with the previous March. For the first three months of 2019, the median sales price rose 11.1 percent, also to $300,000, compared with those three months last year.

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