News & Announcements

A loan from the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund helped launch a proposed manufacturing-focused business park in Winchester. more»
The Community Loan Fund's 2018 annual report, The Power of You, is available in pdf form online. more»
Homeowners in Brae Burn Court Mobile Home Park in Gorham, N.H. have purchased their 30-unit manufactured-home park, making it the state's 127th resident-owned community (ROC). more»
Mascoma Meadows, a resident-owned community in Lebanon, will soon be the first ROC in N.H. to use solar power to generate some of its electricity. more»
Using financing and technical assistance from the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, the members of Edgewood Park Cooperative in Newport purchased their 11-unit manufactured-home park, making it NH's 126th resident-owned community. more»
Homeowners in Staples Mobile Home Park in Seabrook, N.H. have purchased their 190-unit manufactured-home park, making it New Hampshire’s 125th resident-owned community (ROC). more»
Homeowners in Ambleside Mobile Home Park in Barrington have purchased their 69-unit park, making it New Hampshire’s 124th resident-owned manufactured-home community. more»
A report from UNH’s Carsey School of Public Policy cites Vested for Growth as broadening the financing options available for community-based businesses in N.H. more»
Community Loan Fund praised for its "creative solutions to complex problems facing women and girls in New Hampshire.” more»
Merrimack County Savings Bank and Meredith Village Savings Bank have donated $100,000 to the Community Loan Fund for affordable housing. more»