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Sep 12, 2016 | via Concord Monitor
Rep. Yvonne Dean-Bailey and Harriet Cady face off in Tuesday's GOP primary for the state House seat in Rockingham County District 32, and the difference in their ages is impossible to ignore. Cady, who served in the House from 2002 to '06, is 73. Dean-Bailey, the incumbent who won a special election last year after Brian Dobson left to work for Frank Guinta, is 20. Which means, of course, that Cady's record is well known, and she has ruffled feathers along the way, while also championing the public's right to know like few others ever have. Comment?
Jul 16, 2016 | via Foster's Daily Democrat
PORTSMOUTH – Sales in June of single-family homes and residential condominiums in the region exceeded last June's volume by about 20 percent, the 17th straight month of year-over-year increases. It was the fourth month in a row that the current month's sales totals exceeded the previous month's totals. Comment?
Jun 18, 2016 | via Foster's Daily Democrat
Parents often find themselves in a position to help children fund major purchases. This help can be provided either in the form of a gift with no expectation of repayment, or via low-interest or no-interest loan which is to be repaid. Comment?
May 8, 2016 | via WMUR-TV Manchester
BUSINESS. I'M FRED KOCHER. HOUSES. HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT WHAT YOUR SEASON? LOOK AT PRICES. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 28 | via Nashua Telegraph
New Hampshire is closing out 2016 with the nation's lowest unemployment rate, wages that are on the rise and strong real estate sales. Combined, these factors show the state's economy is strong heading into 2017. Comment?
Nov 7, 2016 | via Boston.com
If Greater Boston's high home prices have you down, you don't have to move all the way to Missouri to find something affordable. The Granite State gained 70,000 new residents from neighboring Massachusetts from 2000 to 2013, according to the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies. Comment?
Aug 1, 2016 | via FindLaw
Law Office of Joshua L. Gordon, of Concord , for the petitioner. Cronin, Bisson & Zalinsky, P.C., of Manchester , for the respondent. Comment?
Sep 10, 2016 | via UnionLeader.com
THE KEY to gaining support for workforce housing - essential for attracting and retaining young professionals - is good storytelling, Rebecca Perkins says. Comment?
Aug 21, 2016 | via WMUR-TV Manchester
Fred Kocher sits down with Erika Cohen, Associate Editor for Business N.H. Magazine, to discuss the redevelopment of the Balsam's Resort in Dixville Notch. >> WELCOME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE'S BUSINESS, I FRED KOCHER. Comment?
4 min ago | via Sunday Herald
THERE have been many dark days in banking in the last ten years, but this is surely one of the darkest. Not only have the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks announced the closure of 79 branches with the loss of some 400 jobs, the Airdrie Savings Bank, which was once seen as a possible model for safe, sensible banking, announced that it is to close down, just short of its 182nd anniversary. Comment?
4 min ago | via Go Local
"We are thrilled to have Steve join our team. His financial services experience, along with his in-depth knowledge of both commercial and residential lending will be a great asset to our members and our business members," said Lyn Dawley, Vice President Lending. Comment?
6 min ago | via Bluffton Today
One common wish that most home sellers have is to sell their house as quickly as possible. Of course, the money factor is the other major interest but the speed with which a sale can go through is determined by many factors. Comment?
6 min ago | via Bluffton Today
In most homes, there are a few places that very quickly become the center of family meetings. One such room is the kitchen. Comment?
27 min ago | via Reuters
Credit Suisse formally agreed to pay $5.3 billion to settle with U.S. authorities over claims it misled investors in residential mortgage-backed securities it sold in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis. As part of the settlement, announced by the U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday, the Zurich-based bank acknowledged that home loans it pooled into the securities did not meet underwriting guidelines, with some described by employees as "complete crap" and " tter complete garbage." Comment?
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