• Overview of New Hampshire county data including demographics, home prices, rent, purchasing power, and crime.
  • New Hampshire Cost of Living Breakdown: Utilities (energy, water, internet, gas), phone, and subscriptions.
  • New Hampshire Crime Statistics: Population, Overall Crime Rate, Breakdown by Violent & Non-Violent Crimes
  • Job growth rate, unemployment rate, job openings, average wage, and labor force participation
  • State, local, and combined sales tax rates
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Overview of New Hampshire

Homes in New Hampshire are very expensive at $442,513, and a dollar goes less far than in most states ($93.50 value). Luckily, New Hampshire has one of the lowest property crime rates at 10.11 incidents per 1,000 people.

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Compared to the national average, New Hampshire the difference in median home prices is 27.23% – positive being higher than the national average, negative being lower. The difference in the value of $100 is -9.49% – positive meaning you can buy more with $100, negative meaning less.

Average rent disparity compared to the national average is 23.55% and property crime is -46.55%.

Cost of Living in New Hampshire

The average monthly cost of living expenses in New Hampshire including: energy, internet, phone bills and miscellaneous expenses.

Crime in New Hampshire

Typical crime rates in New Hampshire including: Crime Rate Per 100k Residents, Violent Crime Per 100k Residents, and Non-Violent Crime Per 100k Residents.

Jobs in New Hampshire

Key job metrics including: Unemployment Rate, Average Wage, and Labor Force Participation.

Taxes in New Hampshire

Tax rates including: state, local, and combined sales tax rate.

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