In this “Your Town” report we are taking a deep look into Windham as a whole and looking at sales numbers for 2014 versus 2013, along with how the towns along its borders did, as well as what’s currently on the market in town right now.
2013 vs. 2014 in Windham:
Overall, the housing market remained relatively strong in Windham in 2014, with a total of 263 homes sold at an average sale price of $370,566. The 263 number includes single-family homes, condominiums, and multi-family homes. That meant a big increase in the overall average home price, with homes selling for 10% more than in 2013. 6 more homes sold in 2014 than in 2013.
Breaking down the numbers:
- Single-Family and Multi-Family Homes: 217 sold in 2014 versus 212 in 2013, for an average price of $452,364 which is a big increase from the previous year’s average of $437,659.
- Condominiums: 46 condos sold in 2014 versus 45 in 2013 at an average price of $288,769, a nice jump from 2013’s average of $237,037.
Next, looking at the towns that Windham shares a border with, we see that the town comes in at a higher price than Derry, Salem, Pelham, and Londonderry, with a single-family or multi-family home costing up to $218,399 more on average in Windham.
Windham, Right Now
As of today, March 2, 2015, there are 86 single-family or multi-family homes on the market in Windham, with an average listed price of $442,577. 12 condominiums join them, with an average asking price of $337,083. That is a total of 98 homes on the market, identical to the 98 on the market one year ago today.
Windham is a suburban town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, with a population of 13,592 as of the 2010 US Census. Settled in 1719 by Scottish immigrants, who lived alongside the Pawtucket Native Americans, the town features open spaces such as parks, fishing, hunting, golf courses, and more, along with a variety of dining options in and near town and retail stores. Located just 3 miles from the Massachusetts border, the town is an easy 40-minute drive to Boston, 20 minutes from Nashua, and 25 minutes to Manchester, making it an excellent commuter location. With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that Windham remains a highly desirable place to live and own a home.