NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING STUDY SHOWS THAT NEW HOUSING CONSTRUCTION HAS LITTLE IMPACT ON SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING STUDY SHOWS THAT NEW HOUSING CONSTRUCTION HAS LITTLE IMPACT ON SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

BEDFORD, NH – September 27, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority today released a study that examines the impact of new housing construction on school enrollment in the state. “Housing and School Enrollment in New Hampshire: 2000-2010 – A Decade of Dramatic Change” was prepared by Applied Economic Research and commissioned by New Hampshire Housing to update findings from two previous studies on the same issue and to confirm whether the findings from the 2004 and 2005 studies still held true in the aftermath of the housing market crash.

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