News & Announcements

The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund's 2016 annual celebration is Thursday, Nov. 10 at 5 p.m. at Grappone Conference Center in Concord, N.H. more»
Merrimack County Savings Bank has pledged $20,000 to the Individual Development Account Collaborative through the Community Development Finance Authority's tax credit program. more»
Faced with a doubling of their rent and possible loss of their homes, residents instead bought Wards Trailer Park. more»
NH Community Loan Fund helps families in Baker & Birch Cooperative, Inc. organize and purchase Smith’s Mobile Home Park. more»
The Above & Beyond Award recipients are nominated by members of their co-ops for their willingness to pitch in for their communities. more»
NHPR wrote a story highlighting ROC #119's recent conversion and reasons why they decided to be a resident owned community. more»
A city with precious little affordable housing has its first resident-owned manufactured-home community. more»
Belknap County cooperative becomes NH's 118th resident-owned community 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»
Resident cooperatives in Danville and Newmarket purchased their communities in January. more»