Ten Housing Professionals Named 2024 New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows 

August 24, 2023

Ten Granite State professionals who work with homebuyers have been named 2024 New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows. The program offers an opportunity to explore the home mortgage finance system and participate in sessions about housing and public policy, economic development, and state and local government concerns. 

A highlight of the Fellows program is meeting with New Hampshire’s Congressional delegation in Washington, DC, and the opportunity to discuss issues with representatives from the National Council of State Housing Agencies, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Mortgage Bankers Association, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and USDA Rural Development. 

The 2024 New Hampshire Housing Fellows are: 

WILLIAM COSSEY, Blue Water Mortgage 
RON THOMPSON, NH Community Loan Fund 
MELISSA LESNIAK, Keller Williams 
KELLY GRIFFIN, Keene Housing 
BRITTANY HODGE, Meredith Village Savings Bank 
LEE ANN PARKS, Bean Group 
NELLIE DOUGHTY, Harbor One Mortgage 
BETH MCCANN, Northpoint Mortgage 

Top row, from left: William Cosey, Heather McCann, Ron Thompson, Nellie Doughty, Melissa Lesniak, Kelly Griffin 
Bottom row, from left: Brittany Hodge, Beth McCann, JR Nettles, Lee Ann Parks 
“Our Homeownership Fellows program offers a unique opportunity for New Hampshire lenders and real estate professionals to gain a deeper understanding of residential lending practices and affordable housing issues in New Hampshire and nationally,” said Rob Dapice, Executive Director/CEO of New Hampshire Housing. 
Learn more about the New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows program. 

The Homeownership Division works with a network of lenders and real estate professionals to offer a variety of mortgage programs that enable homebuyers – especially first-time homebuyers – to purchase or refinance a home in New Hampshire.  

More information on NH Housing’s homeownership programs are available at NHHomeownership.org  

About New Hampshire Housing: As a self-supporting public corporation created by the state legislature, New Hampshire Housing promotes, finances and supports affordable housing. New Hampshire Housing has helped more than 55,000 families purchase their own homes and been instrumental in financing the creation of 16,000 multifamily housing units. 
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