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1 hr ago | Daily Camera
Properties sold at the Boulder County Public Trustee foreclosure auction for Sept. 10, 2014.
5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Nationwide, pending home sales have risen in four of the past five months. In Broward County, we see a similar model of confidence in the housing market.
9 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Generally speaking, fall is slower than summer for real estate in the U.S. With kids off from school and weather more conducive to house-hunting, summer is the most practical time for many families to move, so it's no surprise that roughly half of all home sales take place during that season. However, one factor that we haven't had to deal with for a few years could boost home sales this fall.
14 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
The recession forced many people to change their ways as nearly 9 million Americans, including more than a half-million Texans, lost their jobs and home foreclosures hit record highs. Now, five years after the recession ended, the economy appears to be improving, but middle-class consumers still haven't bounced back.
Since 2009, the Cobbs Mitchell Building has been on the cusp of a facelift and now it is possible it could be foreclosed on due to delinquent taxes. In 2009, developers Al Meshkin and Patty Meyer purchased the more than 100-year-old building from the city in hopes of converting it into a restaurant and possible banquet facility, as well as offices.
Residents sit on the front porch of their half of a duplex on Moncrief Road; the second unit has been condemned as an unsafe structure. Jacksonville officials trying to curb property neglect and neighborhood blight are making plans to foreclose on some buildings over unpaid fines for code violations.
Community Builder or Divider? Homeownership's Pluses and Minuses The benefits of homeownership are often cited in policy debates, though it has some downsides. Following are the advantages and costs of homeownership for neighborhoods and communities, as summarized in a recent research paper by Jason Fichtner and Jacob Feldman at George Mason University.
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After sitting dormant for nearly three years following a foreclosure and a lengthy lawsuit between Chabad of California - the previous owner - and Pacific Mercantile Bank, a 78-acre campground and resort center in Running Springs was sold Friday for $7.1 million to a different Orthodox Jewish group, Bnei Akiva of Los Angeles. An international Modern Orthodox youth organization, Bnei Akiva is raising another $2.9 million to refurbish it so that it can be used as a summer camp and a year-round resort for the local Jewish community.
A recent decision by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals brings into renewed focus the tension between condominium and homeowner associations and lenders when it comes to payment of delinquent association assessment charges. In Chase Plaza Condominium Association, Inc. v.
Lisa Brumfiel, standing outside her Aurora home in May 2013, couldn't stop the auctioneer's gavel in the sale of her residence. After nearly two years in federal and state courts trying to stop the foreclosure of her Aurora home - a legal battle that even squared off against the constitutionality of Colorado's foreclosure laws - Lisa Brumfiel watched as it was sold at public auction.
Foreclosure activity increased across the country, and is still impacting the housing market in Ohio.
Since 2007, Detroit has attached delinquent water bills to property taxes. The program was initially a success, but the collection rate on those bills since then has shrunk from 90 percent to 24 percent, said Darryl Latimer, deputy director of the city Water and Sewerage Department.
The foreclosure rate in New Jersey increased dramatically in August and is now the fourth-highest in the nation behind just Florida, Nevada and Maryland, according to data released today by RealtyTrac . New Jersey foreclosure starts in August increased 115 percent from a year ago to the highest level since January 2014, and scheduled foreclosure auctions increased 71 percent from a year ago to the highest level since July 2010.
Of the 60 foreclosure-related advertisements in today's edition of The Newnan Times-Herald, 13 are foreclosures on the right to redeem. Foreclosing on the right to redeem is one of the final steps in a tax sale.
Southern California's housing market chilled out in August with sales sinking to a four-year low for the month while the median price rose to a post-recession high, CoreLogic DataQuick reported Thursday. The region's housing market continued to face a triple whammy of tight inventory, decreasing affordability and investor activity that held at its lowest level in several years, CoreLogic DataQuick said.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 06:24 pm
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