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Amerault joins Mortgage Network's Bedford office
Amerault brings to Mortgage Network 30 years of mortgage banking, loan origination and loan underwriting experience in her local region. Most recently, Amerault served as vice president and senior loan officer for NE Moves Mortgage, where she was a 

Cramer: What's driving this rally
With all of the talk of Fed tapering and how that would be terrible for the financials and with all of the chatter of the weakness of the mortgage and refinance markets, it was natural to think that this was going to be a year when the banks, already

The Biggest, Baddest Movie Monster of 2013? Capitalism
The Biggest, Baddest Movie Monster of 2013? Capitalism Just take a look at Alexander Payne's bittersweet, black-and-white comedy Nebraska, where the excessive wealth fabricated by Wall Street contrasts the flat, destitute looking American heartland, drained of color, if not life. The film details the

December bond taper surprised most dealers: NY Fed poll
The poll, taken before the Fed's December 17-18 meeting, when it reduced its monthly Treasuries and mortgage-backed program by $10 billion to $75 billion beginning in January, showed that only 25 percent of primary dealers expected the Fed would cut

BNI Commonwealth Referral: Santini Sisters - NE Moves Mortgage [Signarama Cambridge]

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Change Ups: Ferris moves HQ to former American Seating site

Ferris Coffee & Nut’s moved its headquarters to the former American Seating Building at 839 Seward Ave. NW. The new location gives coffee fans a new experience, plus promotes interconnectivity by bringing the company’s various departments to one location, including its internal offices, warehouse, distribution center and manufacturing facilities, as well as a new retail shop and coffee bar. Coming early 2019, a free monthly coffee tasting and facility tour will be offered. The new space doubles the size of its former headquarters on Winter Avenue NW.


Jaylynne Cryderman and Alexis Fetterman joined Baker Holtz as associates.


LKF Marketing in Kalamazoo recently was recently awarded a Silver Davey Award by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts for an integrated campaign that was created for 633 Group. The submission included a logo, anthem video, website, print ad, theming and signage in addition to other branding elements.

Shane Rogers: Shutdown should be a wake-up call

Even now, as the rest of us are left picking up the pieces from this shameful moment in our country’s history, it is but a short reprieve as our under-qualified president continues to demand billions of dollars to fund a wall along our southern border. A wall, mind you, that is as racist as it will be ineffective. But as Trump’s grandstanding and utter lack of empathy for any person but himself further jettisons us down a path of federal instability, it does beg the question — what are we to do about it?

The simple answer is: When our systems fail us, we have to show up for each other.

During this latest government shutdown, we saw over 800,000 workers furloughed nationally, 1,300 in Vermont. This left families without paychecks and threatened to overturn lives as mortgage and rent payments, car payments, and so much more fell to the wayside. However, while the overall situation was terrible, we did see some glimmers of hope around the state; local restaurants served free meals, movie theaters opened their doors to the furloughed, and Gov. Phil Scott and his administration began making moves to offer unemployment and other state benefits to those finding themselves without pay. These efforts, the real-life examples of Vermonters showing up for each other and the state government assuming a stabilizing role in a time of crisis, are shining examples of what makes Vermont such a special place. But, honestly, was it the best that we could do?

Has anyone used one of those 'sell and rent back you house' companies in the UK (NE)? Recommend or not?

in a bit of a financial and family ill health hole so can't move house but can't afford to stay mortgaged either. Help please!!!

I think you should read the terms and conditions carefully.