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August 9 2013

For first half of year, N.H. foreclosures hit six-year low

At the current pace, the state is likely to end the year with fewer foreclosures than have been seen in the past five years

For first half of 2013, future construction down 30 percent from last year August 9 2013

For first half of 2013, future construction down 30 percent from last year

But June totals outpaced the same month last year by nearly 40 percent

N.H. foreclosures remain on their downward track July 12 2013

N.H. foreclosures remain on their downward track

But there were more foreclosures in May than April

New Hampshire construction contract totals dismal again in May June 28 2013

New Hampshire construction contract totals dismal again in May

Once again, residential construction is the only bright spot

N.H. May home sales a blast from the past June 28 2013

N.H. May home sales a blast from the past

Best news for May home sales since 2005

Mass. maritime company relocates to N.H. June 14 2013

Mass. maritime company relocates to N.H.

HALO Maritime Defense Systems employs 10 people and say it has plans to add more by the end of the year

Dismal totals again for future construction contracts in April May 31 2013

Dismal totals again for future construction contracts in April

But the disappointing numbers were offset somewhat by the continued resurgence of the residential building sector

Is it a recovery? N.H. home sales, prices continue to rise in April May 31 2013

Is it a recovery? N.H. home sales, prices continue to rise in April

Sales increased 9.2%, median price was up 8.4% for the month

Residential contracts up, but total N.H. future construction contracts continue to slide May 17 2013

Residential contracts up, but total N.H. future construction contracts continue to slide

Contracts for infrastructure projects fell 52 percent from a year ago

Homebuilders search for reasons to be hopeful May 3 2013

Homebuilders search for reasons to be hopeful

‘It has been so bad for so many years. It doesn’t take much to make people feel better,’ says Kendall Buck, executive president of the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of N.H.