How Much Does An Average Home Cost in Nashua?

Find out what it costs for an average home in Nashua and neighboring communities.

In this year's edition of Coldwell Banker's national Home Listing Report, released Thursday, Nov. 29, the average price of a typical four bedroom, two bath home is listed at $292,152.

Least expensive market is Redford, Michigan, where the average home costs $60,490; most expensive, Los Altos, CA., where the average home sells for $1,706,688.

As noted in the chart below, Nashua ranks in the mid-range, with an average home selling for about $277,244. New Hampshire's least expensive real estate market is Claremont, while the priciest homes are located in Hanover.

This year’s report analyzes more than 72,000 home listings in  2,500 U.S. markets, comparing the listing prices of similar homes in markets across the country from January 2012 to June 2012, according to Coldwell Banker.

You can search the full report via this link.

Source: Coldwell Banker's Massachusetts Home Listing Report. *Communities in Massachusetts were ranked from 1 to 116 in the report.


Average Price National HLR Rank
Show Listings Claremont $175,141 567 Claremont Homes for Sale Manchester $208,525 1,006 Manchester Homes for Sale Littleton $233,930 1,257 Littleton Homes for Sale


$252,540 1,406 Rochester Homes for Sale Nashua $277,224 1,543 Nashua Homes for Sale Laconia $294,717 1,629 Laconia Homes for Sale Merrimack $297,130 1,642 Merrimack Homes for Sale Derry $311,214 1,720 Derry Homes for Sale Amherst $374,379 1,942 Amherst Homes for Sale Bedford $435,155 2,108 Bedford Homes for Sale Dover $$470,924 2,163 Dover Homes for Sale Gilford $510,808 2,240 Gilford Homes for Sale Hanover $533,809 2,266 Hanover Homes for Sale
Atlant December 10, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Seamus: Did I mention "public education"? I said "schools". But as it turns out, Hanover, unsurprisingly, has one of the better *PUBLIC SCHOOL* systems in the state: http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/new-hampshire/districts/dresden-school-district/hanover-high-school-12377 "Hanover High School is ranked 4th within New Hampshire." Basically, intelligent people support education and idiots and Republicans (but I repeat myself) oppose education.
Seamus Carty December 10, 2012 at 06:40 PM
What do "new hampshire voters" have to do with a private college? The reason the real estate is high in Hanover is due to Dartmouth. Pure and simple. High real estate leads to higher property taxes and more money for the schools. Hanover's high real estate values have nothing to do with its public schools. Now, there are other towns in southern NH where the high real estate values do correlate with the public schools. Your comment about "idiots and Republicans (but I repeat myself) oppose education" is offensive and wrong. The demographics of the last election had college educated voters voting more for Romney than Obama, 51 to 47%. Obama did better with those without a college degree and those with a postgrad degree (professors and lawyers) http://www.usatoday.com/interactives/news/politics/how-the-race-was-won
Super Fun Size December 10, 2012 at 06:59 PM
professors and lawyers and MBA's....
Atlant December 10, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Seamus: You read those numbers wrong. If you consider all three college attending groups collectively ("Some college", "Baccalaureate completers", and "Postgrad studiers"), Obama won them with 37.63% of the electorate to Romney's 36.45%. If you consider just the "College completers" ("Baccalaureate completers" and "postgrad studiers"), Obama won them too with 23.46% of the electorate to Romney's 22.51% It's only when you consider the College-completers while simultaneously excluding those who went on to higher education that you can pick a Romney win out of this with Obama receiving 13.64% of the electorate while Romney received 14.95%. But any port in a storm, ehh?
Atlant December 10, 2012 at 08:47 PM
Another News Non-Sequitur.


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