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Finding Apartments for Rent in Salem, NH

Salem, Massachusetts had a special place of notoriety with the hunt for witches and followers of the devil. Fortunately, Salem, New Hampshire has no such background and instead represents a home to 29,000 residents. Starting with its establishment in 1652, it is known as the Gateway to New Hampshire, sitting right at the bottom east corner of the state where route 97 runs east and west. The town enjoys a bit of being off the beaten path, which adds to its attraction for a being a quiet place to raise a family and live.

Money Magazine rated Salem as one of the best places to live in 2011, and the amenities haven't disappeared since. The overall setting for the town is fairly rural, but the town itself is developed and provides residents some of the most modern resources available. Many residents live in town and commute to larger urban areas like Boston, Lowell or Manchester to the north.

Shopping in Salem, NH

One of the big local standouts for the town is its farmers market. The Salem, NH Farmers Market is well known in the region, and it provides locals as well as visitors access to a variety of vegetables, crafted foods, desserts, fruits, bakery goods, sodas, natural drinks, and local arts and crafts. Each week of the market brings something new as the seasons change, so there's always a surprise to be found for one's culinary satisfaction.

Salem also has its share of retail stores. In fact, it has a large mall that attracts customers from the larger region on a regular basis. All the big name big box stores are represented, and most folks from the next state over come into Salem for shopping due to no sales tax. So the town gets a lot of employment from sales, retail, and distribution.

Salem, New Hampshire, represents one of the more traditional north east coast towns that make the state and its neighbor, Vermont, so desirable, especially for those who spend their regular work day in the bigger cities of Boston and similar. The rural aspects, with all the retail amenities desired, makes Salem an in-demand location. It has a number of apartment opportunities, but new arrivals need to be prepared to look to find openings.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Salem, NH is $837 for a studio, $1,046 for one bedroom, $1,331 for two bedrooms, and $1,551 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Salem has increased by 3.3% in the past year.

Beds
Avg Sq Ft
Avg Rent
Studio
381
$837
1 BR
626
$1,046
2 BR
804
$1,331
3 BR
965
$1,551
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Avg Rent

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39 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
0 Transit Score® Minimal Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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