Rentals in New Hampshire
New Hampshire is home to 614,996 housing units, with the average household size of rented homes being 2.22 persons. If you rent your home, you are one of the 145,983, or 28.30% New Hampshire households who do. Home owners account for other 71.7%. The average rent for an apartment in New Hampshire in the last 12 months has been $1660. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $1372, $1760, and $1999 respectively.
The capitol of New Hampshire is Concord and the population of New Hampshire is 1,316,470. The most populated cities in New Hampshire are Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, and Rochester.
Weather and Climate
New Hampshire is located in the northeast region of the United States, and the state experiences a humid continental climate. Summer temperatures are pleasant with 82 degrees for the high and 56 for the low on average. Winters can be cold in New Hampshire, with average winter low temperatures being 30 degrees and 6 for the low. There is also a lot of snow in New Hampshire, where the annual average snowfall is 60.8 inches. The average annual rainfall for the state is 43.4 inches.
New Hampshire residents are 41.3 years old, the median age, with men averaging at 40.2 years and women 42. 49.2% of the population is male and 50.8% female. There are 614,996 households in New Hampshire, with each home averaging $61,042 in annual income. New Hampshire sees 5.3% of the population in poverty, and 11.1% of its population does not have any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
New Hampshire has 27.7% of its population enrolled in college or university and 20.4% of the population have a bachelor's degree. It is also home to several universities including the University of New Hampshire, Southern New Hampshire University, and Dartmouth College. It has no major league sports.
Industry and Employment
New Hampshire industry includes machinery, electrical equipment, scientific instruments, rubber and plastic products, and tourism. It takes the 684,575 employed residents 25.9 minutes to drive to work each day. 5.4% of New Hampshire's population is unemployed.