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Here is the article:
The United States of America According to Google Autocomplete
Ever wonder what a map of the U.S. would look like if all of the states' names were altered to match the suggestions offered by Google's autocomplete search algorithm? Wonder no longer.
Some -- like "Washington Post," "Kentucky Fried Chicken" and "Arizona State University" -- came as no surprise. But I couldn't have guessed that "Utah Jazz" and "Hawaii Five O" would have made the map, and I'll admit to looking up "Missouri Compromise" on Wikipedia. (It was an agreement passed in 1820 that effectively prohibited slavery in the northern part of what was then called the Louisiana Territory, except within the borders of the proposed state of Missouri. In case you were wondering about that, too.)

 

 

Every Real Estate Market is Local

The United States of America According to Google Autocomplete

Ever wonder what a map of the U.S. would look like if all of the states' names were altered to match the suggestions offered by Google's autocomplete search algorithm? Wonder no longer.

Some -- like "Washington Post," "Kentucky Fried Chicken" and "Arizona State University" -- came as no surprise. But I couldn't have guessed that "Utah Jazz" and "Hawaii Five O" would have made the map, and I'll admit to looking up "Missouri Compromise" on Wikipedia. (It was an agreement passed in 1820 that effectively prohibited slavery in the northern part of what was then called the Louisiana Territory, except within the borders of the proposed state of Missouri. In case you were wondering about that, too.)

Sunsets

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Past Listings

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New Hampshire Business Related Bills

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Gov. John Lynch signed into law a number of laws affecting many business. The New Hampshire Business Review has a good summary in an article posted on their site.

http://www.nhbr.com/businessnews/statenews/801826-257/lynch-signs-business-related-bills.html

Realtors are affect along with private investigators, developers, auto insurers and others.

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Coming soon, listing near Brewster Beach

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For those who know Wolfeboro well, one of the nicest roads is Clark Road and one of the nicest areas on Clark Road is near the Town Beach, Brewster Beach. Here is a virtual tour that I did of just the beach so people who have never visit it can see how nice it is, Virtual Tour of Brewster Beach.

The reason I mention it is.....I have a five bedroom home coming on the market in the near future near the beach:) If you have a friend looking for a great house in a great neighborhood, give me a shout or stay on the look out at www.adamdow.com/listings

New Hampshire Vacation Homes sales rise, and prices go up.

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There are a lot of buyers looking, some are starting to pull the trigger. This difference between this year and last year is the buyers are starting to be satisfied with a good price versus a "Steal".

"The median transaction price of a vacation home was $169,000 in 2009, compared with $150,000 in 2008. "The higher vacation home price may reflect increased sales in higher priced markets, particularly in areas of Florida and California where prices became highly attractive for buyers over the past year," Yun said."

Read Article:

http://www.realtor.org/press_room/news_releases/2010/03/invest_vac_2009?&WT.mc_id=LS040710&CAT=Curr