Couple skyrocketing construction costs with the end of COVID-19 mortgage forbearance, the end of the eviction ban, plus the oldest Baby Boomers turning 75 this year, and inventory increases may occur much sooner than anyone anticipates.
The names of New Hampshire’s top loan originators of 2020 may be familiar from prior years, but the total volumes and numbers of loans each produced represent significant jumps from prior years.
More real estate agents than ever are chasing fewer sale opportunities in New Hampshire – and it’s taking a financial and emotional toll on industry officials struggling to get by in today’s wild real estate market.
Savings Bank of Walpole has announced plans to open a new branch in Winchester.read more
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it may act sooner than previously planned to start dialing back the low-interest rate policies that have helped fuel a swift rebound from the pandemic recession but have also coincided with rising inflation.read more
A long-planned apartment development in Manchester is finally under construction following a lengthy legal battle.read more
Seniors trying to figure out how to cash in on their home equity without having to leave their houses now have another choice. So do low-income borrowers who’ve yet to refinance their government-owned loans.read more
A group formed by a descendent of the man credited with inventing the first ATM has declared “World ATM Day” on June 27, and plans celebrations in honor of the machine.read more