Keene Real Estate News
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Friday Jun 19 | via Herald Gazette
Enjoy this 4-bedroom home on nearly half an acre. In-town location in a quiet neighborhood features abundant sunlight and spacious sized rooms. Comment?
May 9, 2015 | via Republican Journal
Sandy Ellsworth, the Coastal Mountain Council of REALTORS 2012 Realtor of the Year, came to Real Estate via a career in radio. Sandy worked on both sides of the microphone and after a successful stint at WKNE in Keene, NH, he made the move to Camden in 1988 as Sales Manager of the newly-born Coast 102.5 radio station. Comment?
Apr 3, 2015 | via Herald Gazette
Peaceful country setting with boundless views to the Camden Hills and down the Georges River Valley. An open floor plan with lots of windows to let in the abundant sunlight. Comment?
Mar 11, 2015 | via Republican Journal
A destination spot for locals and tourists alike, the Owls Head General Store is well known throughout the community. The store has enjoyed a strong clientele base and growth over the past years. Comment?
Mar 9, 2015 | via Republican Journal
Location. Location. This building features a large first floor footprint with space suitable for office or retail. Comment?
Thursday Jul 2 | via UnionLeader.com
This Union Street home for sale has five bedrooms and eight baths and sits on more than an acre in Manchester's North End. Comment?
Thursday Jun 25 | via Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.
The Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of REALTORS is proud to announce Theresa Grella, of Amherst, as their 2015 GMNBR REALTOR of the Year. The announcement was made on May 21 at their annual awards luncheon at the Derryfield Country Club in Manchester. Comment?
May 6, 2015 | via UnionLeader.com
From left are Hero and Fremont Police Officer Derek Franek, Governor Maggie Hassan, Joe Carelli president of Citizens Bank, New Hampshire & Vermont and Fremont Police Chief and Hero Jon Twiss during annual Union Leader Hero Awards at the State House in Concord on Wednesday. Comment?
Apr 21, 2015 | via Nashua Telegraph
Six years after the financial crisis, New Hampshire still has three times as many home foreclosures as occurred before the Great Recession, although the number is fallen sharply in part because an unusual state program has helped almost 750 households through their mortgage troubles. "Could consumers do a lot of this on their own? Sometimes they could, but it's mind-numbing," said Paul McLaughlin, one of 13 counselors who have been advising homeowners facing foreclosure under a state program called HomeHelpNH. Comment?
Apr 15, 2015 | via Concord Monitor
There are many policy issues that consume our elected officials today, but considerable attention is paid to identifying ways to lessen the burden on businesses in order to spur economic growth in our state. Indeed, legislators are currently contemplating a change in law that would lower business taxes, and politicians routinely talk of the value of reducing regulations and fees that add to the cost of doing business. Comment?
6 min ago | via Business Journal
Iberiabank sold a handful of vacant repossessed properties in Miramar and Pembroke Pines at a 20 percent discount. Comment?
10 min ago | via Insurance News Net
HUD's current regulations are silent with respect to a deadline by which a claim for insurance benefits must be filed with FHA. Due to the downturn in the housing market, which resulted in a significant increase in mortgage defaults, some mortgagees have refrained from promptly filing claims for insurance benefits and instead have opted to wait and file multiple claims with FHA at a single point in time. Comment?
40 min ago | via Business Journal
As July begins to heat up America, home buyers are out in full force. But folks looking for record-low mortgage rates aren't seeing them as those rates are on the upswing, according to Freddie Mac. Comment?
44 min ago | via Lincoln County News
Pumpkin Vine Family Farm's workforce poses for a photo. Back from left: Anil Roopchand, Kelly Payson-Roopchand, and Anil's father, Roopchan Rambharose. Comment?
1 hr ago | via MarketWatch
Three years ago, another eurozone country, also known for pristine beaches and great food was submerged in crisis, working investors into a frenzy and triggering talk of the "end of the euro." That previous troublemaker, Spain, has worked hard to dig its economy out of a hole, an effort that has paid off in the eyes of money managers who believe history won't repeat, and that Greece's seemingly never-ending crisis now won't infect the Iberian country. Comment?
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