What A Rising Real-Estate Market Means For Buyers, Sellers, & The N.H. Economy
Rising prices and tightening inventory spells good news for sellers and bad news for buyers, particularly first-time home buyers and the state's aging population, who have to compete for the same types of homes in an increasingly fast-paced market. What does it take to buy a home today, and what do these trends mean for the state?
- Carrie DiGeorge - Sales manager at Envoy Mortgage, a nationwide, full-service mortgage bank. DiGeorge is based in Dover.
- Rachel Eames - President of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, and the owner of Eames Realty Services in Concord.
- Russ Thibeault - President of Applied Economic Research, an economic and real estate consulting firm in Laconia.