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Welcome to Networking Focused B2B!

Welcome to a business networking experience unlike any you have encountered in the past. Offering personalized resources, relevant business introductions and unparalleled business development focus, this exciting new B2B model is exactly what busy professionals have been looking for. Every member of this group has proven to be an achievement-oriented, high-producing professional looking to engage with businesses and business owners.
 
Because busy B2B professionals have a narrowed target market, and specific business development needs, the pre-screening process of New England B2B Networking is critical to saving time and resources.  Plus, with access to trusted networks and database contacts maintained by New England B2B Networking, you can quickly gain introductions to business leaders and executives from specific industries, demographics or industry types. If you’re ready to “Work Smarter – Not Harder” then we invite you to participate in this sensational new program.

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John Geraci of LGA, LLC Assists Business Owners in Improving Financial and Operational Results

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John Geraci joined LGA, LLP in 2009 as the head of the Assurance and Accounting department and became managing partner in 2015. His passion lies in creating an environment that fosters communication, teamwork, honesty, hard work when needed, and fun whenever possible. These may be buzzwords in other companies, but at LGA, it’s true – and it’s working – as the 2019 Best Places to Work award demonstrates.

Two New Rules That Could Make Getting a Home Loan Easier - Guest Blog by Leo Turco of Superior Rate Mortgage

 

Two New Rules That Could Make Getting a Home Loan Easier

 February 17th, 2021

Two new mortgage lending rules could help some borrowers more easily qualify for well-priced home loans. In December, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made some final changes to its qualified mortgage (QM) definitions that affect which loans can be guaranteed by the government entities. If you meet the requirements for a QM, you’re more likely to be offered better rates and terms than those who don’t qualify.