New Hampshire’s top residential lenders are seeing small signs of an improving market despite higher interest rates and lower inventories of homes for sale that cut into their business in 2023.
Recent cyberattacks against national mortgage lenders and title insurance companies serve as a reminder that real estate-related firms have become major targets of online criminals.
An NHDOT on-the-job training program designed to promote the advancement of disadvantaged people in the highway construction trades faces tough competition from the tight labor market.
The New Hampshire Association of Realtors’ parent trade group hasn’t just suffered multiple reputational black eyes in the last six months. Commission lawsuits threaten to blow up its finances, too.
After two months-long delays, the state says it will close its $21.5 million deal on the 220-acre Laconia State School property on March 13. The state has tried to sell the property, which needs considerable work, including the removal of dilapidated buildings, for decades.read more
This year looks to be a much better one for the U.S. economy than business economists were forecasting just a few months ago, according to a survey released Monday.read more
Two model homes being showcased at this week’s International Builders’ Show try to offer solutions to some of today’s biggest challenges: sustainability and the difficulty of “trading up” as your family changes.read more
Lending conditions for commercial real estate showed the first improvement in seven quarters, according to an analysis of recent activity by commercial real estate brokerage and lender CBRE, amid signs that borrowing costs have peaked.read more
Federal antitrust prosecutors have asked the judge overseeing a lawsuit against Massachusetts’ main multiple-listings service to reject a proposed settlement in the case, arguing instead that buyers should be the only ones to pay their agents’ commissions. The filing is the first significant indication of federal antitrust prosecutors’ goals in their push to remake the […]read more