One man's foreclosure is another man's future home. Banks that own foreclosed homes often sell them in as is condition for more affordable prices. The foreclosures in New Hampshire, of which there are currently more than 1,000, are no exception. While these foreclosures are dotted throughout the state, some of the most popular cities to find them in include Concord, Londonderry and Manchester.
From the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium in Concord to Santa's Village in Jefferson, New Hampshire is home to a wide range of attractions for people of all ages. Many residents enjoy taking long road trips through winding back roads to get a glimpse of the bursts of colors as the trees change during the autumn months. Still others choose to enjoy the state's several amusement parks, including Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Ashland. New Hampshire hosts several fairs and festivals throughout the year such as the popular Jazz & Blues Festival in Manchester and the High Hopes Balloon Festival in Milford. Unique museums, theaters and dining options are in no short supply. Whether you prefer to take in dinner and a show by yourself or want to get away with the family for the weekend, it isn't hard to find something to suit your needs in New Hampshire. Be sure to check out the many nature preserves and their education centers to learn more about what makes this state as beautiful as it is.
Located in New England, New Hampshire was the first area to establish a government independent of Great Britain, a feat it accomplished in January 1776. On June 21, 1788, it became the ninth state admitted to the Union. Today, the 9,351-square-mile area is home to less than 2 million people, making it one of the smallest states in America by both population and land. Despite its small stature, New Hampshire is still popular for residents due to its lack of income tax at the state and local level and lack of sales tax.