Lakes Region Statistical Report- January
In December, Alton had only six property sell and two go under contract. Only jumping a little in number, Alton had nine new properties come on the market, seven more than the previous year. Unfortunately, Alton's average days on market is rather high- coming in at 183 days. That's over a 154% increase than last year's December stats. Their list to sale ratio did increase, so that's a plus!
Center Harbor was one of the two towns to only sell one property in the month of December. Only one new property came on the market while zero went under contract, same as December of the year prior. Their average days on market was very similar to Moultonborough's coming in at 79 days.
Gilford had six properties close alongside Alton and Moultonborough. One of the properties to close was a home we brought buyers to! Both Gilford and Meredith tied for the second most new properties to come on the market with 11. With one of the lower averages, Gilford and Tuftonboro ended the month with 49 days on market.
Laconia had the most properties close, the most new properties to come on the market, the most properties go under contract and the lowest average days on market. Nicely done, Laconia!
Meredith came in third for amount of sold properties ending the month with ten. They tied for second place with 11 new listings and again tied for second with two properties to go under contract. One of the properties to close in Meredith was a condo on Abbey Lane our buyers purchased! One of the lower averages, Meredith ended the month with 65 days on market.
Moultonborough tied with Alton and Gilford ending the month with 6 sold properties. This was 12 less than the December of the previous year. Representing the sellers, we closed 64 Curtis Lane and representing the buyers, we closed 221 Redding Lane! Four properties went under contract while seven new properties hit the market. Moultonborough ended the month with a 79 average days on market.
Tuftonboro, alongside Center Harbor, had the lowest sold properties with only one. Beating Center Harbor by one, Tuftonboro had just two new properties hit the market. On the plus side, they had one of the lower averages for days on market with 49 days. Tuftonboro also only had one property go under contract, beating both Center Harbor and Wolfeboro who had zero.
Wolfeboro had the second most properties close with 12 sold. One the lower end, they only had four new properties come on the market and zero go under contract. With the second highest average, Tuftonboro ended December with a 112 days on market average.