News & Announcements

Resident cooperatives in Danville and Newmarket purchased their communities in January. more»
The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund is co-presenting six forums on Investing in NH for prospective and current investors and philanthropists interested in what it means to be an impact investor and in the range of local and regional opportunities. more»
Conversion of Green Meadows Mobile Home Park to resident ownership is front-page news in the Concord Monitor. more»
NH Community Loan Fund helped families in Freedom Village Cooperative in Concord, NH organize and purchase Green Meadows Mobile Home Park. more»
The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund's 2015 Annual Report is now online, and a paper copy may be requested as well. more»
Kim Capen of Medvil Cooperative in Goffstown has been elected ROC Association Director for New England. more»
The NH Community Loan Fund experienced a record year for business finance in FY 2015, extending $9 million in growth capital in 16 deals. more»
"By not capturing families’ assets, federal poverty measures fail to take into account the financial fragility of a wide segment of our population," writes CFED's Director of Applied Research. more»
Parkland Estates Cooperative bought its manufactured-home park and is now NH's 114th resident-owned community. more»
A cooperative affordable housing movement born in Meredith, N.H. 30 years ago has grown into a national network that recently secured its 10,000th home. more»