Middle class feeling the New Hampshire housing squeeze
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For Dave and Tammy Flanders, finding a right-size, mid-price home in the Lakes Region was as much a dream-come-true as it was a stroke of luck. It wasn’t what they originally envisioned.
The couple, with grown children and eager to downsize, sold their 1,400-square-foot ranch-style house in Concord within a day of listing it in October. Then they searched for almost three months for a condo or mobile home. Finally, something popped up online that grabbed their attention: a 3,800-square-foot house in Northfield, with an in-law apartment for Tammy’s aging mom, surrounded by woods and country quiet.