People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown
50 projects seek LCHIP funds … and more
Corina Cisneros, a Lakes Region-based real estate agency with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty, is among the top 50 in the Northeast and the only agent in New Hampshire to be recognized by The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals as part of the 2017 NAHREP Top Latino Agent Awards.
The Top 250 list recognizes agents whose hard work and dedication has allowed them to close an exceptional number of real estate transactions to increase the rate of sustainable Hispanic homeownership.
Originally from Venezuela, Cisneros is a Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), a Certified Staging Professional (ASP) and Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) from National Association of Realtors.
Geologist Brad Green has been promoted to vice president at Concord-based Sanborn, Head & Associates.
Ten mortgage lenders recently completed their year as NH Housing Homeownership Fellows, participating in sessions about housing policy, housing and economic development, state government, and New Hampshire Housing’s homeownership programs.
The 2016-17 NH Housing Fellows were: Jeremy Clark, Merrimack Mortgage Co.; Matthew DePippo, Residential Mortgage Services Inc.; Matthew D’Urso, Envoy Mortgage; Jim Farley, Regency Mortgage; Bonnie Greenless, Bank of New Hampshire; Richard Haney, St. Mary’s Bank; Jennifer Hopkins, NH Community Loan Fund; Carol Jordan, Merrimack Mortgage Co.; Pamela MacDonald, NH Hampshire Community Loan Fund; and Lisa Martin, People's United Bank.
St. Mary’s Bank, Manchester, has hired Tracy Jordan as a residential loan originator in the credit union’s Concord mortgage center. Jordan has mortgage lending experience in northern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, St. Mary’s said.
Fifty applicants have submitted proposal packages to seek funding for land conservation and historic preservation projects from the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program.
The 34 historic structures seeking help with renovations range in date of construction from a 1769 church in East Derry to a 1967 tower in Rindge. Applicants include five meetinghouse, three mills and two railroad buildings. The 16 proposed natural resource conservation projects would protect 4,700 acres in parcels ranging from 40 to 1,900 acres.
The total amount requested for all projects is $5.6 million, although $3.5 million is available in LCHIP grants in the newly passed budget.