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Thursday Sep 11 | via The Port Chester Daily Voice
Anthony Delmaro, 42, was sentenced to two to six years in prison after defrauding a New Rochelle man of a half million dollars. WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. A Long Island resident is set to spend as many as the next six years in prison after swindling an elderly New Rochelle man out of more than $500,000. Comment?
Thursday Sep 11 | via New Rochelle Talk
Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore announced that Anthony Delmaro of 44 River Street, Lindenhurst, New York, was sentenced today to an indeterminate term of 2 to 6 years in prison on his February 2014 guilty plea to one count of Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, a class "C" Felony, and one count of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class "D" Felony. The defendant owned various roofing businesses and in 2005 met the victim, an elderly semi-retired graphic designer who resided in his New Rochelle home with his sister, when he made roofing repairs to the victim's home. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 10 | via LongIsland.com
September 9, 2014 - The Jewish Lawyers Association of Nassau County recently appointed Half Hollow Hills' Leslie H. Tayne, Esq. of Melville-headquartered financial law firm Tayne Law Group, P.C. as Treasurer for its 2014-2015 term. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 2 | via Patch.com
Every local business has a story worth sharing with the community. T he plan behind this series at Patch is to shine the spotlight on all our favorite local businesses, and to learn a little about the ones we may not know that well. Comment?
Thursday Aug 28 | via Credit.com
Young Americans with student loan debt have to earn 34% more, or an extra $8,969 a year, than their peers without education debt in order to buy a median-priced home, a new analysis from RealtyTrac finds. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Reuters
The New York state banking regulator has launched an investigation into potentially predatory practices by lenders who make short-term, high-interest loans secured by homes or other real estate. Benjamin Lawsky, superintendent of the state Department of Financial Services, sent subpoenas to nine "hard money lenders," seeking information about their loan policies and marketing materials, his office said in a statement on Tuesday. Comment?
14 hrs ago | via Philly.com
WHEN PEOPLE talk about retirement, it's often in the context of how much money they have to save for their senior years. People know or have heard enough that they need to factor into their retirement plan their cash savings, investment account holdings, Social Security and, if fortunate, any pension benefit. Comment?
14 hrs ago | via KWWL-TV Waterloo
11, 2014 photo, Myles Griffin, 74, poses for a photograph in front of his home in Philadelphia. . In this Thursday, Sept. Comment?
Friday Sep 12 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
RealtyTracA recently released its U.S. Foreclosure Market Reporta for August 2014, which shows foreclosure filings-default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions-were reported on 116,913 U.S. properties in August, an increase of 7 percent from the previous month but still down 9 percent from a year ago. The report also shows one in every 1,126 U.S. housing units with a foreclosure filing during the month. Comment?
Friday Sep 12 | via Nu Wire Investor
The foreclosure crisis is over in the United States but the distress caused by the housing bust is still lingering, according to the latest report from housing data firm RealtyTrac. Foreclosure filings were reported on 116,913 properties in August, an increase of 7% from the previous month but still down 9% from a year ago, the smallest decrease in the last 47 consecutive months of year on year declines in US foreclosure activity. Comment?
2 min ago | via Reuters
The state of Virginia sued units of Barclays Plc, Citigroup Inc, and 11 other banks, accusing them of defrauding the state's retirement fund by selling it shoddy mortgage bonds, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said on Tuesday. The lawsuit seeks $1.15 billion in damages from the banks, who allegedly misled the Virginia Retirement System about the quality of loans in the investments purchased between 2004 and 2010. Comment?
2 min ago | via Examiner.com
For some reason over the last few years the horror genre has really shifted a lot of the focus to the possession sub-genre. More often than not they just don't work, but every so often one comes along that manages to offer something. Comment?
11 min ago | via Bloomberg
A 16 percent jump in Sydney house prices in the past year is sparking alarm at Australia 's central bank. Buyers shouldn't be overly bullish in property purchases, Reserve Bank of Australia Assistant Governor Christopher Kent said at a Bloomberg Summit in Sydney yesterday. Comment?
18 min ago | via WSET-TV Lynchburg
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is suing 13 of the world's largest banks for $1.15 billion in damages related to the housing market crash. Herring said at a news conference Tuesday that the banks misled the Virginia Retirement System about the quality of certain loans while selling mortgage-backed securities. Comment?
19 min ago | via Business Journal
The father-and-son owners of 28 rental properties encompassing 90 units in Fall River filed for federal bankruptcy protection yesterday, attributing their companies' problems to crime, fire and uncooperative bankers. Through a series of related filings, the entities seeking Chapter 11 protection are: D. Brian Colville, David B. Colville , D. Brian Colville LLC , Colville Properties LLC and Wade Realty LLC. "In recent years, Fall River has seen declining property values. Comment?
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