2021 Legislative Chart
Click here for the most recent chart of legislation being followed by the NHAR Public Policy Committee.
2021 Proposed Legislation
The New Hampshire REALTORS Public Policy Committee has begun the annual process of weeding through the thousand-plus Legislative Service Requests (LSRs) expected to be filed for the 2021 legislative session, determining which of them could have impacts on the real estate industry and/or private property rights.
This list will be updated as new pieces of proposed legislation are examined by the committee.
SENATE BILL 118-FN-A-LOCAL: AN ACT relative to the property tax relief act of 2021.
SENATE BILL 126-FN: AN ACT adopting omnibus legislation on landlord tenant proceedings. (Review parts I, II and III
SENATE BILL 127-FN-A-LOCAL: AN ACT adopting omnibus legislation on appropriations. (Review parts III and VII ONLY)
SENATE BILL 128-FN-A-LOCAL: AN ACT relative to a temporary change to operator compensation under the meals and rooms tax.
SENATE BILL 129: AN ACT relative to minimizing environmental impacts on the habitats of endangered or threatened species. (No need to spend much time figuring this one out. We will have details at next PPC)
SENATE BILL 131-FN: AN ACT adopting omnibus legislation relative to vehicles, municipal water maintenance certificates, safety certificates, nondrivers's picture I.D.s, decals, and private roads. (Review part IV ONLY)
SENATE BILL 133-FN: AN ACT adopting omnibus legislation relative to occupational licensure. (Review part VIII ONLY)
SENATE BILL 142-FN: AN ACT adopting omnibus legislation relative to certain study commissions. (Review part II ONLY)
2019 NEW LAWS
"Amidst the sea of change to which the New Hampshire Association of REALTORS has played witness in its 85 years, one thing that has remained constant is the Realtor 'R' and the value we bring to every real estate transaction in which we take part. We are part of a unique community where our familial cooperation transcends our business competition. These are not mere platitudes, but our living ideals, and they are, in fact, the foundation on which we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day affairs."
Jim Lee, 2021 President, New Hampshire REALTORS