A recent report published in NH Business Magazine lists Claremont as the most affordable place in the state to find a four-bedroom home.
The study – completed by Coldwell Banker Homes Unlimited – found that four-bedroom, two bath homes in the city sell at an average of just over $174-thousand dollars, well under the more than a quarter million dollar average of another Western New Hampshire city in Keene.
According to the report, rankings were based on the average listing price of four-bedroom, two-bath homes in more than 2,700 markets nationwide.
The report then ranked the affordability of Granite State’s top 20 real estate markets, with Hollis coming in the priciest at an average of more than $365-thousand dollars.
Among all the towns analyzed, Hollis came in as the 217th most expensive town nationwide. No statistics were given as to where Claremont ranked among the nation’s cheapest markets.