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Housing and Demographic Data
New Hampshire Housing maintains databases on demographic and housing data for various geographies within New Hampshire as well as statewide information. If you’re using a mobile device, please use the Interactive Data section instead of the Excel worksheet.
- Housing Characteristics – includes purchase price and rental cost trends
- Demographic Data – Information gathered from the American Community Survey and Census Bureau. Also included are employment and permit data for New Hampshire.
We no longer provide any demographic or economic information for RPCs, MSAs, LMAs, and NECTAs. The American Community Survey does provide data at the city/town level. Aggregating the individual city/town data into these areas produces large margins of error that makes the estimate unusable. We are examining the possibility of providing limited economic data for these areas in the future.
Note: You can switch between demographic data and housing data within the interactive module by using the drop down menu found in the upper right corner of that screen
Excel versions of our housing and demographic data may be downloaded here. If you encounter issues with macros, please follow the instructions for enabling macros in Microsoft Excel. Note: Microsoft automatically opens files with Macros in “Protected View.” To work with the file, you must click the “Enable Editing” command button.
- Purchase Price Trends (updated 4/1/19)
- Rental Cost Trends (updated 6/26/19)
- MLS Data (updated 6/21/19)
5-year Estimates – For the State and all Counties (updated 1/16/19) and all municipalities in the following counties (all updated 1/16/19):
- Belknap County
- Carroll County
- Cheshire County
- Coos County
- Grafton County
- Hillsborough County
- Merrimack County
- Rockingham County
- Strafford County
- Sullivan County
For more information about the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and how to interpret the data we have provided: