Merrimack County Savings Bank recently contributed $10,000 to HOMEteam in support of funding for home ownership educational programs throughout New Hampshire.
After years of decline, the state’s industrial sector is undergoing an impressive resurgence, driving down vacancy rates in old manufacturing facilities and warehouses and pushing rents upwards slightly in the south of the state.
The longtime CFO of Lowell-based Enterprise Bank is retiring.
Large banks lag far behind their independent competitors when it comes to making a profit on retail residential mortgages.
In response to growing costs for a 109-unit market-rate multifamily building on Main Street in Concord, city officials want to offer $3.5 million for the project.
The Federal Reserve left its key interest rate unchanged Wednesday but signaled that it’s prepared to start cutting rates if needed to protect the U.S. economy from trade conflicts and other threats.
Upper Valley Developer Jay Campion is proposing a 250-unit condominium complex in Lebanon in an area already rife with development proposals.
The new CEO of the CCUA, Ronald McLean comes to the credit union trade group from the New York Credit Union Association, where he began working as a financial analyst when he was 24 years old.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) rolled new resources on Tuesday to help residential construction companies address the opioid crisis facing the home building industry.
Homebuyers who expect their newly built castles to be flawless masterpieces are only fooling themselves: The perfect, zero-defect house has yet to be built. But every builder has a whopper of a story about a big mistake.