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People and Property: Honoring ethics in construction; Nobis promotions, Laconia land trust wins CDFA credits … and more

September 10, 2013

NeighborWorks Southern N.H. to remember Fred Kfoury

The late Central Paper Products executive will be honored for his longtime commitment to affordable housing
September 10, 2013

This is the time for cost segregation studies

Taxpayers who have acquired or remodeled a piece of real estate in the past 10 years may want to consider a retroactive study, reaping the benefit in 2013
September 4, 2013

Sept. 5 forum looks at N.H. housing market

BIA to present ‘Are We Back in Business? Housing in New Hampshire after the Great Recession’
September 4, 2013

People and Property: Real estate and construction news rundown

$1m for senior housing in Berlin, former Mary Baker Eddy homestead buildings sold in Concord, Turbocam project, Portland civic center renovations … and more
September 4, 2013

Flatley Challenge revived for a second year

September 4, 2013

Residential activity again sets pace for future construction in N.H.

But infrastructure projects continue to remain stalled
August 29, 2013

N.H. real estate market picks up big time in July

Statewide, sales rose 23%, and the median sales price increased more than 10%
August 27, 2013

People and Property: Real estate and construction news rundown

A summary of real estate and construction news and announcements from companies around the state
August 27, 2013

Leases — the lifeblood of real estate investments

There are reasons leases are so important to a property’s value
August 27, 2013

Modest recovery seen in southern N.H. retail market

2.7% gain in retail space recorded; vacancy rate falls to 9.6%
August 26, 2013

Whole Foods to open off Exit 7 in Nashua

The natural foods grocer will be opening its first N.H. location at the Turnpike Plaza
August 13, 2013

Municipal land use board decisions: the appeals process

What you need to know to file a successful appeal
August 9, 2013

For N.H. renters, rising rents and fewer vacancies

From 2008 to 2013, median gross rental costs rose in every New Hampshire county except one
August 1, 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
August 1, 2013
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