The Registry Review’s coverage of the coronavirus outbreak’s impact on the real estate and finance industries, and the local economy.
With the coronavirus pandemic intensifying, New Hampshire on Thursday joined three dozen other states, including the rest of New England, in enacting a statewide mask mandate.
Airbnb said recently it will require hosts to comply with enhanced cleaning procedures as part of its effort to reassure guests and local officials during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the latest blow to the beleaguered film industry, the second-largest movie theater chain in the U.S. is temporarily shuttering its locations Thursday due to a lack of blockbusters on the calendar and major domestic markets like New York remaining closed.
Even as Gov. Chris Sununu has been reluctant to order residents to wear masks when out in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the American Bankers Association has stepped in to offer banks recommendations to help navigate what, in some communities, is a fraught topic.
More than half of the state’s small businesses have seen their revenue decrease by 50 percent or more thanks to the coronavirus shutdown, according to a survey of 1,549 small businesses.
Nashua developer Kevin Slattery, founder of Etchstone Properties, died on June 5 from complications of COVID-19. He was 67, according to an obituary published in the New Hampshire Union Leader.
It may be too early to forecast exactly what lies ahead for the housing market once COVID-19 passes into the history books. But at this point, the sector seems poised to retake its place in leading the economy back from the coronavirus-inspired recession.
With Gov. Chris Sununu’s stay-at-home order now lifted, many businesses in the Granite State are returning to the office, a move that landlords have been preparing for in order to make businesses and employees feel safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Chris Sununu rescinded a pair of executive order recently that froze foreclosures and residential evictions statewide during the coronavirus pandemic.
A new survey from the National Association of Realtors weighted towards buyers and sellers in metro areas heavily hit by the coronavirus has found indications many would be ready to visit an open house today, despite the pandemic.