New Hampshire Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in New Hampshire (NH)

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Largest Cities in New Hampshire

Apartment hunters in New Hampshire can find an assortment of listings for great rental properties in the state’s largest urban areas. Located a short drive from the state capital of Concord, Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire. Manchester has slightly more than 100,000 people and offers a selection of reasonably priced apartments, as do the cities of Nashua, Rochester, and Keene.

Other Large Cities in New Hampshire

Similar to the larger of New Hampshire’s cities, some of smaller urban communities in the state also tender prime apartments at affordable rates. Lebanon, Somersworth, and Portsmouth are cities where you can find a slew of apartment listings offered at varied prices.

 

Average July Rental Rates in New Hampshire


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $951 (-5)
One Bedroom $974 (30)
Two Bedroom $1,218 (51)
Three Bedroom $1,525 (56)
note: when compared with the national average

 

New Hampshire Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
New Hampshire $1218 -
Vermont $1706 (488)
Massachusetts $2062 (844)
Maine $1221 (3)
Rhode Island $1381 (163)
Connecticut $1482 (264)
 

Rental Trends in New Hampshire


Month Rent Change
February $1206 -
March $1192 (-14)
April $1167 (-25)
May $1207 (40)
June $1206 (-1)
July $1218 (12)
 

Information about New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire has a wide range of rental options for those who hope to find an apartment there. Renters can locate apartments in communities next to the ocean or farther inland, with easy access to the mountains and lakes, as well as other natural attractions.

New Hampshire, in its entirety, has an estimated population of about 1.3 million people. Although it has many small communities, some of its largest cities and surrounding towns significantly contribute to the state population. The state’s Department of Resources and Economic Development says that out of that total populous, New Hampshire has the second highest percentage of high tech workers per capita in the nation. Overall, the state has a diverse economy that includes significant industry sectors like services or tourism. New Hampshire also has a number of colleges and universities, including Dartmouth College in Hanover.

Depending on where you live and what you’d like to visit, New Hampshire attractions run the gamut. The state offers access to beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, as well as hiking and skiing in the White Mountains. Would you prefer to relax by a lake? Located in the southern half of the state, Lake Winnipesaukee has plenty of beautiful spots to explore. Those who enjoy fine-dining, shopping and cultural attractions can visit communities such as Portsmouth and North Conway. New Hampshire has several museums and plenty of historical sites, as well.

As you conduct your search for a place to rent in New Hampshire, MyApartmentMap has user-friendly tools that can assist you as you look for pertinent data about rental property listings.