New Hampshire Real Estate Statistics

Home and Real Estate Statistics for New Hampshire

Housing Units By Status

Total Housing Units

There are 614,754 total housing units. This is an increase of 67,730 units since the year 2000 when it had 547,024 total homes. It's an increase of 110,850 units since the year 1990 when it had 503,904 total units. New Hampshire saw an increase of 43,120 units between 1990 and 2000. Of the 614,754 total housing units, 84.42% are occupied housing units, and 15.58% are vacant units.

Total Occupied Housing Units

There are 518,973 occupied housing units. This is an increase of 44,367 units since the year 2000 when it had 474,606 occupied units. It's an increase of 107,787 units since the year 1990 when it had 411,186 occupied units. There was an increase of 63,420 units between 1990 and 2000. Of the 518,973 occupied housing units, 51.45% are occupied with a loan or mortgage housing units, 29.3% are renter occupied housing units, and 19.52% are occupied clear of any loan or mortgage units.

Renter Occupied Housing Units

There are 150,657 renter occupied housing units. This is an increase of 6,751 units since the year 2000 when it had 143,906 renter occupied housing units. It's an increase of 19,843 units since the year 1990 when it had 130,814 renter occupied units. New Hampshire saw an increase of 13,092 units between 1990 and 2000.

Units Occupied with a Loan or Mortgage

New Hampshire has 266,988 occupied with a loan or mortgage housing units.

Units Occupied Clear of Any Loan or Mortgage

There are 101,328 occupied clear of any loan or mortgage housing units.

Total Vacant Housing Units

There are 95,781 vacant housing units. This is an increase of 23,363 units since the year 2000 when it had 72,418 vacant units. It's an increase of 3,063 units since the year 1990 when it had 92,718 vacant homes. New Hampshire saw a decrease of -20,300 units between 1990 and 2000. Of the 95,781 vacant housing units, 13.88% are for rent housing units, 0.82% are rented - but not occupied units, 7.85% are for sale units, 1.45% are sold - but not occupied home units, 66.73% are for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units, 0.3% are for migrant workers housing units, and 9.24% are listed as vacant other housing units.

Vacant Units Listed For Rent

New Hampshire has 13,293 for rent housing units. This is an increase of 8,075 units since the year 2000 when it had 5,218 for rent homes. It's a decrease of -4,142 units since the year 1990 when it had 17,435 for rent units. New Hampshire saw a decrease of -12,217 units between 1990 and 2000.

Rented, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

There are 787 rented - but not occupied housing units. This is a decrease of -1,111 units since the year 2000 when it had 1,898 rented - but not occupied housing units.

Vacant Units Listed For Sale

New Hampshire has 7,521 for sale housing units. This is an increase of 4,269 units since the year 2000 when it had 3,252 for sale housing units. It's a decrease of -127 units since the year 1990 when it had 7,648 for sale housing units. There was a decrease of -4,396 units between 1990 and 2000.

Sold, but Not Occupied Vacant Units

New Hampshire has 1,393 sold - but not occupied housing units.

Vacant Units For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use

New Hampshire has 63,910 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units. This is an increase of 7,497 units since the year 2000 when it had 56,413 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units. It's an increase of 6,775 units since the year 1990 when it had 57,135 for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use housing units. New Hampshire saw a decrease of -722 units between 1990 and 2000.

Vacant Units for Migrant Workers

New Hampshire has 27 for migrant workers housing units. This is a decrease of -2 units since the year 2000 when it had 29 for migrant workers units. It's a decrease of -15 units since the year 1990 when it had 42 for migrant workers home units. New Hampshire saw a decrease of -13 units between 1990 and 2000.

Vacant Units Listed as an Other Status

There are 8,850 listed as vacant other housing units. This is an increase of 3,242 units since the year 2000 when it had 5,608 listed as vacant other housing units. It's an increase of 1,610 units since the year 1990 when it had 7,240 listed as vacant other housing units. New Hampshire saw a decrease of -1,632 units between 1990 and 2000.