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Senators Gregg and Sununu Announce Elderly Housing Grants For New Hampshire

HUD approves Section 202 funding for projects in Bristol, Pembroke, Swanzey WASHINGTON, October 28, 2007- U.S. Senators Judd Gregg and John Sununu (R-NH) today announced...

HUD Announces Funding to help New Hampshire Families Find or Keep Homes

Six local agencies awarded $282,132 for homebuyer education and foreclosure prevention October 25, 2007 - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Regional Director Taylor Caswell joined Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta to announce nearly $60,000 in funding to NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester to help families and individuals find or keep homes.

‘Extreme Makeover’ comes to Manchester

By SCOTT BROOKS AND PAT GROSSMITH MANCHESTER, Oct. 19, 2007 – A big bus pulled up to a dead-end street yesterday morning, and with it came...

Edwards Outlines Plan To Restore Economic Fairness To Rural New Hampshire

Unveils New Proposals for Rural Communities During Economic Fairness Tour of New Hampshire's North Country Manchester, New Hampshire, Sep 27, 2007 – Today, Senator John Edwards...

New Hampshire Announces Funding Approvals

Bedford, NH, Sept. 12, 2007 – At its recent meeting, the Board of Directors of New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority approved the reservation of federal...

Governor Lynch and Executive Council Proclaim October 3rd ‘ENERGY STAR Change a Light, Change...

CONCORD, October 3, 2007 - Gov. John Lynch and the Executive Council today proclaimed October 3rd as “ENERGY STAR Change a Light, Change the World...

Historic Providence Mill Building Sold

BOSTON, Oct. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Brooks Company, A Boston-based real estate development and investment firm, has sold The Grant Mill building in Providence,...

Washington Group International Awarded New Hampshire Clean Air Project

BOISE, Idaho and PRINCETON, N.J. (Oct 03, 2007) -- Washington Group International (NYSE: WNG) announced today that it has been awarded a cost-reimbursable contract...

Are You Worried About Your Mortgage?

Banking Commissioner Peter Hildreth strongly supports Governor Lynch’s recent call to action in light of increasing foreclosure rates in New Hampshire and across the...

Housing and Conservation Planning Program

CONCORD, NH - Surrounded by supporters at a ceremony at the NH State House August 30, Governor Lynch signed SB 217 into law, creating...

Planners: Blasting a growing problem in New Hampshire

Local and state planners said blasting of the sort that has rattled a Windham neighborhood could become more common in Southern New Hampshire towns...

No taxpayer bailout for foreclosure victims

Several million homeowners, including 2,000 in New Hampshire, are facing foreclosure next year. Their hardship is real, their stories poignant, and election campaigns are...

Citizens sells state HQ to Illinois firm

Citizens Bank New Hampshire has sold its downtown headquarters and three other properties to Inland American Real Estate Trust Inc. of Oak Brook, Ill. The...

Inconsistent business at Hampton Beach

If you ask business owners on Hampton Beach how things are going, their answers will probably be the same: Up one day, down the...

Loon Mountain Invests Over $10 Million To Prepare for New South Peak Expansion Slated...

New Hampshire's Loon Mountain is on the way to making its long-awaited South Peak expansion a reality for next winter. The new South Peak...

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New Hampshire Housing Graduates Second Class of Homeownership Fellows

New Hampshire Housing graduated its second class of Homeownership Fellows recently. This year-long program accepts applications from emerging leaders in the mortgage origination field and is broken down into six educational development sessions. Sessions include learning about New Hampshire Housing’s entire range of programs, meeting with successful mortgage professionals, spending time at the New Hampshire Legislature, and visiting with other top state and national officials

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HUD CHARGES NEW HAMPSHIRE LANDLORDS WITH DISCRIMINATING AGAINST FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today that it is charging a group of New Hampshire landlords with housing discrimination for denying families with children the opportunity to rent certain apartments