New Hampshire cities and towns would be allowed to set their own rent controls on large developments – including limitations on how quickly rents could rise – under a bill proposed in the House this year.
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Housing, Child Care To Get Special Attention This Session
House Speaker Sherman Packard will launch special legislative committees on housing and child care next year, bringing new focus to two persistent issues for the state.
Additional $2.5 Million in Rental Relief Money Not Enough To Save State Program, Officials Say
New Hampshire will receive an additional $2.5 million in rental assistance funding from the U.S. Treasury, the department announced last week.
Portsmouth-Rochester and Manchester the Most Affordable Areas to Rent
The average rent nationwide for a one-bedroom home is $1,105 per month and $1,342 for a two-bedroom home.
Too Little, Too Expensive: New Hampshire’s Housing Shortage
New Hampshire is a state with one of the lowest rates of rental availability in the country, and the units that are available are few in number and too expensive for the average income earner.