Apartments are harder to find and more expensive to rent in New Hampshire this year. Vacancy rates have dipped to 3.2 percent statewide for two-bedroom apartments, the largest category of rental units in the state, reports the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority. A rate in the low-3 percent range indicates that available units are becoming more difficult to find, according to state housing officials, who note that a balanced market would have vacancy rates between 4 percent and 5 percent. The state’s vacancy rate for two-bedroom apartments has been declining since 2009 when it was 4.7 percent.
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