Caseville Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Caseville, MI continually updated from thousands of sources.
Sunday Feb 9 | via Crain's Detroit Business
Its stock hit a 12-month high of $21.63 on Jan. 23, up 76 percent from its 12-month low of $12.29, and earnings per share for 2013 were five times the year before. Comment?
Sunday | via The Motley Fool
For most people, the Troubled Asset Relief Fund is probably best known for bailing out the nation's banks during the financial crisis. Comment?
Feb 3, 2014 | via Crain's Detroit Business
Gov. Rick Snyder this week will propose spending roughly 3 percent more on K-12 public education next school year, a step he said would increase state-based funding of schools by more than $1 billion since he took office three years ago. Comment?
Saturday Mar 1 | via Seeking Alpha
The week ahead brings much uncertainty to global markets and is likely to lead most investors to take risk off this week. Comment?
Thursday Feb 27 | via National Journal
Stop talking about how to save Detroit. Local billionaire Dan Gilbert is playing up the city's strengths to make it vibrant once again. Comment?
5 min ago | via Forbes.com
Try to purchase a home in New York City with a budget of $140,000 and the options are pretty limited-a 375-square-feet apartment in Queens may be the most luxurious possibility. Comment?
6 min ago | via Crosscut.com
The bill protects a $40 home sales fee used to subsidize housing for the homeless. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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2 hrs ago | via Local NEWS 8
In March 1989, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee published a paper proposing an "information management" system for his laboratory. Comment?
13 min ago | via Lincoln Daily News
U.S. government-owned mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could send about $179.2 billion in profits to taxpayers over the next 10 years if the terms of their bailout remain intact, the White House budget office said on Monday. Comment?