The Good News about the 2024 Housing Market!

Dated: January 23 2024

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 As we dive into 2024, homebuyers and sellers are facing ongoing challenges from 2023—homes are costly, and inventory is limited. The good news is: interest rates have dropped. The bad news is: homes will continue to increase in price. If you're contemplating a move, now is the time!

  • ·     If you're considering buying, exclusive opportunities await first-time homebuyers. Reach out ASAP, and I'll help you navigate the available assistance programs. Delaying your decision means home prices will increase and you'll be competing with spring buyers!
  • If you’re considering selling, I'm here to assist you in capitalizing on current high sale prices due to low inventory and reduced interest rates. Don't procrastinate; the upcoming surge in inventory during the spring could weaken your selling position.

With decreasing interest rates and a shortage of homes in Southern New Hampshire, sale prices remain high. I'm ready to guide you through this challenging real estate landscape to ensure you get the best deal possible for your home. 

Call me today at 603-377-0771. Time is of the essence!

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Lise Tremblay

With an impressive 35+ years of customer service in real estate sales, as well as management of investment properties in the Southern New Hampshire area, Lise stands out as the consummate professional....

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