Average Time to Sell a House in New Hampshire

Kristen Klempert

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Kristen Klempert

November 3rd, 2022
Updated November 3rd, 2022

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Getting ready to sell your New Hampshire home? Here’s how long you can expect it to take — and some tips on how to speed things up (and still get a great price).

Time to sell a home in New Hampshire

  • In 2022, the average time it takes to sell a home in New Hampshire — from listing through closing — is approximately 69 days. That’s 34 days to get an offer, plus the typical 35-day closing period.
  • Key factors that impact New Hampshire home sale timelines include local market conditions (e.g., buyer demand, job market, rising home values, etc.), time of year, and your property’s type and condition.
  • Your agent’s listing strategy (pricing, marketing, networking, etc.) and the buyer’s financing situation — i.e., the amount of time it takes for them to secure loan approval — will also influence how long your sale ultimately takes.

Read on to learn more about how long it takes to sell a house in New Hampshire and get some pro tips on how to speed up your sale, get better offers, and save thousands in the process.

Editor’s Note: The data in this article may be slightly skewed because of COVID-19’s disruptive effect on real estate trends. See the table at the end of this article to compare data from before and after the pandemic and see how drastically trends were affected in your state.

What’s the average time to sell a house in New Hampshire?


Average Time to Sell*
Average Price*
National
79 days
$425,000
New Hampshire
69 days
$500,000
*Based on Realtor.com data (October 2022)

The average time it takes to sell a house in New Hampshire is 69 days — 34 days to get an offer and an additional 35 days to close. This is approximately 12.7% faster than the national average.

Keep in mind that these are annual averages and the numbers will vary by month and/or season.


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Best time to sell a house in New Hampshire

In addition to the average days on market and list price data, we’ve compiled data on the BEST (and worst) times to sell your New Hampshire house based on what’s most important to you:

  • Fastest Time to Sell: When should you list your home if you’re looking to sell quickly?
  • Highest Sale Price: What month should you list in to get the best possible price for your home?

Best month to sell a house fast in New Hampshire


Month*
Days on Market*
Best Month
May
14 days
Worst Month
January
55 days
*Based on Realtor.com data (October 2022)

The best month to sell a house fast in New Hampshire is May. The median time it takes for New Hampshire homes listed in May to sell is 14 days, which is 20 days faster than the annual average.

» READ: How to sell your house fast

Best month to sell a house in New Hampshire for price


Month*
Average Price*
Best Month
October
$500,000
Worst Month
November
$427,450
*Based on Realtor.com data (October 2022)

The best month to sell a house in New Hampshire in terms of sale price is October. The median sale price in October is $500,000, which is 4.7% — or $22,325 — more than the annual average.

Tips to get your New Hampshire home sold

1. Do your spring cleaning

Since you’re planning to get your home on the market by summer, you will need to actually clean and declutter your home in the spring. The long New Hampshire winter has surely caused you to let stuff pile up in your home, and much of it to become stuffy and dusty.

Use the spring months to clean out what you’ve been meaning to get rid of, declutter your home, and open up those living spaces. Buyers will want to see all the features of your home and easily imagine how they can utilize the space living there.

2. Consider meaningful repairs

While you’ll want any repairs and renovations to be cost-effective, i.e. add value to your home, it is likely the harsh winters and New Hampshire weather has left some repairs necessary. Maybe it is something more expensive, like fixing a roof, or something small like simply repairing a garage door. In either case, you’ll want to assess if it is something you can easily take care of to avoid low ball offers on your home.

3. Put up a fresh coat of paint

While you might find dark colors on your home, or your kid’s brightly painted bedroom unique, most sellers are turned off by bold colors. A neutral tone will create a blank slate for buyers and allow them to consider what they would do with the space. Consider painting the interior white or something neutral. Light colors are also best outside, but at the very least consider freshening up the exterior paint and removing any blemishes.

4. Stage your home and take professional photos

If you’ve done repairs, painted, cleaned, and otherwise prepared your home, leave your smartphone behind and hire a professional to take photos of your home. You’ll want to be sure you accurately depict the best features of your home and use them to market your home properly.

A local real estate agent will know how to target the right buyers, stage your home properly, and set up open houses and showings to attract strong buyers for a quick and smooth transaction. No one wants to see an empty home, so instead take the time to let professionals give your home the first impression it deserves to buyers.

5. Price your home properly

A comparative market analysis (CMA) is what best gives you a reasonable expectation of what price you can get for your home. An experienced, local real estate agent can best get you the information you need to put together an informed analysis. This will include recent sales, inventory on the market, and what features have added value to similar homes.

Next steps for New Hampshire home sellers

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Importantly, home sellers who list with Clever get their first qualified offer in an average of 24.1 days* — that’s 10 days faster than the average time to offer in New Hampshire. Find a top local agent and get a 1% listing fee now!

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*Average time to offer for Clever home sellers

Average time to sell a house in New Hampshire: 2019-2021


2019*
2020*
2021*
Average Time to Sell in New Hampshire:^
74 days
61 days
37 days
National Average:^
67 days
65 days
48 days
Average Listing Price in New Hampshire:
$341,084
$374,904
$418,195
National Average:
$311,707
$334,043
$373,644
Best Month for Speed in New Hampshire:^
July, with an average of 48 days on market
September, with an average of 41 days on market
April, with an average of 19 days on market
Best Month for Price in New Hampshire:
June, with an average sale price of $349,900
June, with an average sale price of $395,000
October, with an average sale price of $430,000
*Based on data from Realtor.com
^Days to offer; does not include the typical 35 day closing period

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