Partners Bank has named the new branch manager for its Rye location.
With access to a real-time payments system an important selling point for some business customers, Massachusetts’ community banks find themselves at a fork in the road following the Federal Reserve’s decision to launch its own payments network.
One of Southeast New Hampshire’s biggest employers has leased over 100,000 square feet of industrial space in Hudson.
Mortgage applications increased 21.7 percent nationwide from one week earlier in the wake of the Federal Reserve’s rate cut, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending Aug. 9.
The developer of a new medical office building in Somersworth now has financing for its construction.
Wall Street’s anxiety over the Trump administration’s trade war with China could herald lower mortgage rates for homebuyers.
A proposed massive overhaul of the federal government’s disaster aid system to correct mapping mistakes and other errors would lift the prohibition on aid for more than 900 other structures along the East Coast from New Hampshire to Virginia.
Over the last decade, homebuilders have all but conceded the first-time buyer market to the resale sector. But evidence is mounting that builders are trying to get back into the game.
According to a new state study, one in five New Hampshire residents commutes out of state every day for work.
A de novo bank seeking to open in Nashua received approval from the FDIC for deposit insurance on July 30. The bank-in-formation is still awaiting word on its application with the New Hampshire Department of Banking.