I was curious to take another look at price vs convenience. For someone living in or near the city, they may think that Southern NH is a world away. But that's simply not the case as you can see in this infographic. For the last 50 years, the typical pattern is for 30 somethings to move out of
the city, come north of the border to enjoy all the benefits of New Hampshire living, and still excel in their chosen professions.
Are you willing to drive another 30 minutes to save half a million dollars? Or 10 minutes to save $300k?
Food for thought. Comments most welcome.
(This data was collected on Google maps simultaneously at 8am using the same end point in Cambridge, MA and various start points for the commute. Thus traffic was taken into account. Home pricing was taken from available listings on Zillow. Note - there was very little comparable inventory in Massachusetts to even analyze).