Report: Exeter is state’s healthiest housing market

SmartAsset ranking puts town first, followed by Hampton


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Exeter is New Hampshire’s healthiest housing market, followed by neighboring Hampton according to a list released by SmartAsset, a New York-based financial technology company.

The Healthiest Housing Markets Study measures market health by the average number of years residents spend in homes, home values, ease of sale and the costs associated with ownership.

Exeter and Hampton (which were ranked 451st and 920th nationally) led Derry at No 3., followed by Hudson, Manchester, Concord, Rochester, Nashua, Laconia and Berlin.

SmartAsset said the healthiest housing market in the country can be found in West Richland, Wash. Housing markets in Vermont and Maine were among the least healthy, SmartAsset said.

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