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People on the move: Feb. 1



Blue Water Financial Technologies has hired Travis LaMar as managing director, head of capital markets.

Prior to joining Blue Water, he ran mortgage secondary markets for Bank of Oklahoma following his role as a managing director at Incenter.

Earlier in his career, LaMar held senior trading roles at US Bank and GMAC-RFC.



WFG National Title Insurance Co. has named Jessica Figueroa senior national underwriting counsel for its commercial division based in New York.

Prior to joining WFG, she served as a national commercial underwriter at Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co.

Prior to that, Figueroa also held underwriting positions at TitleVest Agency and First American Title Insurance Co.



Sagent Lending Technologies has appointed Matthew Tully to its executive leadership team as vice president of agency affairs and compliance.

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

DeStefano Architects of Portsmouth has won “Best of Customer Service” on Houzz, the online platform for home renovation and design. The honor is based on several factors, including D|A’s overall rating on and client reviews submitted in 2018.


Ellen Mulligan is being honored as the top producer for the Center Harbor Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage offices in Center Harbor and Wolfeboro with over $30 million in closed sales for 2018.


Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has signed a long-term lease to occupy more than half of the 96,000-square-foot building at 5 Branch St. in Methuen, Mass. Renovation of the space is underway, and Dana-Farber expects to open in early 2020. Bob Richards of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant and Brooks Properties , owner of the property, was represented in-house.

Salem, NH-based Brooks recently completed a new four-story medical office building in Salem, and has three-story medical office building under construction in Salem as well.

Considering the hordes of Christmas shoppers, is it fair to say that SOME people have never had it so good?

I decided to visit 3 shopping centres over the weekend - Westfield, Brent Cross and Blue Water, all in London.

Oddly enough, I answered another question in pretty much a similar way to how you put your questions, and I was tarred and feathered for "not knowing what it is like for real people out there" (am I a figment of someone's imagination?