A Hollis-based company last month bought a Manchester industrial building for $2.1 million.
Millyard Bank, the newest bank in the state of New Hampshire, simultaneously stands out and blends in with other financial institutions in the state. That’s good news for business owners
Breaking into the senior housing market requires special knowledge.
Ledyard National Bank announce it plans to open a new branch in Concord in mid-2020. The branch the Hanover-based bank’s existing Ledyard Financial Advisors wealth management office that opened in 2017 at 1 Pillsbury St.
Steady as she goes. That’s the order of the day for residential real estate statewide, market-watchers say, as the economy stays strong, interest rates look set to stay low and smaller homes remain the focus of demand for many buyers.
The commercial real estate market had an unlikely hero, an old friend who many had written off decades ago as a sector almost not worth following anymore: industrial properties. And observers say to expect more of the same in 2020.
A significant increase in demand for mass timber products has Walpole-based company, Bensonwood, clambering to keep up a surge in demand for the mass timber products that the company supplies.
If adopted, the rules would clarify what qualifies for credit under the CRA and where it qualifies. CRA regulations were adopted in 1977, and the last substantive changes were in 1995.
A multifamily development planned for a busy stretch of South River Road in Bedford has landed financing to begin construction.
One of New Hampshire’s biggest commercial landlords has sold an industrial portfolio of almost 600,000 square feet spread across Manchester, Nashua and Hudson for almost $60 million.