“Investing in the Community Loan Fund is really awesome because it’s tested, predictable, it’s giving us return, and it passes the test of financial analysts.”
Customized financing helped Tilton early-education center save money and give teachers raises.
Residents of a North Country manufactured-home park rallied quickly to save their homes and their community.
After 13 moves in 16 years, "I felt like we were drifting," says Donna Legare. But with no credit, how could they ever buy a home?
An eight-to-one Individual Development Account savings match enabled a young couple to put down roots in the city they love.
A ethnic market owned by a refugee family was itself homeless for three years. A timely loan helped it reopen, bigger and better than ever.
Earning fixed-rate interest while supporting N.H. people and organizations was the solution for the Monadnock Folklore Society.
Stony Brook Estates' 2014 conversion to resident ownership kept homes affordable for its retirees.
After declaring bankruptcy and losing their previous house to foreclosure, Wanita and Kevin Ordway wondered if they'd ever again own a home.
Gahungu Simon, who grew up in refugee camps, used an IDA to become the first in his family to get a college degree.