Finding a new place to live can be daunting, especially if you are new to an area. You’ll need to determine what you can spend, if you want to live alone or with roommates, and if an apartment, condo, or house is the best fit. Here are some resources that can help you decide what is best and advance your search.
Craig’s List has many rental housing links, including apartments, rooms, sublets, housing wanted, and roommate information. Rent.com is another good source for rental property information. Also, look into the various online Facebook groups in the area you are looking to rent or relocate to.
Are you unsure if you should rent or buy? Check out the Realtor.com calculator to help you make a more informed decision.
New Hampshire Housing is a statewide resource for affordable housing, related services with rental assistance information.
- Black Lives Matter Mutual Aid Relief Fund: Providing relief to Black households in New Hampshire who are in need of assistance paying the following types of bills – rent, utility, wi-fi, and car.
- Community Action Partnership of New Hampshire (NHCAP): A collaborative of five community agencies connecting NH residents to services and resources available to move towards self-sufficiency – programs include assistance with rent and energy, finding food and housing, and childcare.
- New Hampshire Emergency Rental Assistance Program (NHERAP): If you or someone you know is experiencing issues with paying rent or utilities due to the impact of COVID-19, find more information about assistance for eligible residents.