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New Hampshire Housing Honors Top Ten Participating Real Estate Offices

New Hampshire Housing Honors Top Ten Participating Real Estate Offices

Bedford, NH – February 21, 2008 – New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority recently honored their 2007 top ten participating real estate offices with a luncheon and special awards ceremony. Over the past calendar year these top ten real estate offices helped generate over 548 new loans using New Hampshire Housing’s Single Family Mortgage Program, accounting for approximately $96 million in affordable mortgages to low and moderate income first-time home buyers.

New Hampshire Housing’s 2007 Top Ten Participating Real Estate Offices are:

  • Coldwell Banker Residential Mortgage
  • The Masiello Group Real Estate
  • Prudential Verani
  • Keller Williams Realty
  • RE/MAX Synergy
  • RE/MAX Omega
  • Carlson GMAC Real Estate
  • Re/Max Properties
  • Century 21 Thackston & Company
  • RE/MAX Connection

“New Hampshire Housing congratulates the outstanding job that these REALTORS® and their agencies have done in helping to promote New Hampshire Housing mortgage programs and affordable housing opportunities for first-time home buyers,” commented Liz Lamoureux, Managing Director of Home Ownership at New Hampshire Housing. “We feel strongly that getting first-time buyers into a safe and affordable mortgage product is important for their long-term financial welfare and we greatly appreciate the efforts of the REALTORS® to help these home buyers achieve their dream of home ownership.”

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority is a non-profit, public benefit corporation established by the State Legislature. The Authority operates a number of programs designed to assist low and moderate income persons to obtain housing. Since its inception, New Hampshire Housing has assisted more than 36,000 families purchase their own homes and has been instrumental in financing the creation of more than 14,000 multi-family housing units.

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