How is Covid-19 affecting New Hampshire’s residential real estate market? 

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Join NH Business Review and a panel of experts for a discussion of what real estate professionals, homebuyers and sellers need to know about the impact the coronavirus is having on the state’s housing sector, from marketing and financing to availability and affordability.

May1 2020 Video Recap TeaseOriginal airdate: Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST

Our panel:

Karen Mayrand

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Senior Vice President, Director of Residential Lending, St. Mary’s Bank

Karen Mayrand joined St. Mary’s Bank in 2011 and has over 25 years of experience as a mortgage professional. Mayrand leads a sales team developing business statewide providing creative home ownership solutions for millennials to boomers.  During her tenure, she has expanded The Mortgage Center to include loan production offices in Nashua and Concord.

Rachel Eames

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Owner/Broker of Eames Realty Services, LLC and President of Eames Insurance Services

Rachel has been a licensed real estate broker in the State of New Hampshire since 1988. She earned her Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI) designation from the National Association of Realtors® her Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation with the National Association of Realtors®. Less than 3 percent of Realtors® in the State of NH have earned this coveted CRS designation.

Ignatius MacLellan, Esq.

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Managing Director, New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority‘s Homeownership Division

Ignatius is currently working with New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority because he believes successful homeownership matters to people and communities.

Previously, he was Vice President, Public Affairs at the Northern New England Housing Investment Fund; Director of Fannie Mae’s Northern New England Community Business Center; and Program Officer at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.  Before working full-time on housing, Ignatius practiced law for over 13 years.

Ignatius attended Boston College and the University of Maine School of Law.

Ignatius’ true passion is bringing groups to El Salvador to work with the community on various development projects, including building homes with families (“casas dignas”; dignified home).