Southern New Hampshire is a great place to live. Because of its attractiveness, every year many people move here from other states. Others move from one town to another within New Hampshire. This article is for those who are thinking of moving and who want to know about the city or town to which they are considering relocating to.
You may get an impression of a town by driving around, checking local newspapers for recent articles (easily done online), looking at its entry in Wikipedia, etc.
You can get more in-depth background information by checking some of the community statistical websites that are available. The state of New Hampshire’s Community Profiles site is a good place to begin looking. This website has basic city and town economic and statistical data such as tax rates, population characteristics, distance to major cities, lists of major employers and recreational opportunities, etc.
City-Data.com has a wealth of details that can answer just about any question you may have on a town’s population, home values, crime, employment, weather, education, health, etc. It even lists the radio stations that offer the best reception. Unfortunately, the ads can be a little distracting, but the charts and graphs make many of the statistics much easier to understand than plain statistical sites.
Another website, NH.com, offers a lot of information a soon-to-be homeowner may want, such as contact details for town schools and departments, the names of utility companies, and each town’s URL.
Knowing that many house hunters are interested in the character of a community, the company I am affiliated with, Prudential Verani Realty, recently launched town websites to not only present facts, but to give some of the “flavor” of each town in its service area. Videos presenting a tour through the town, photos of well-known sites, and reviews of restaurants, stores, etc., helps one get a more complete picture of the locality. These features are complemented by up-to-date information on each town’s housing market and links to homes for sale by type and price range. To access these town sites, visit the main Prudential Verani site and scroll down to the “Popular NH & MA Towns” section.
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