Chapmanville Real Estate News
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Mar 15, 2014 | via The Inter-Mountain
I've been traveling all over West Virginia on my 55-county tour, and it's an honor for me to talk with the great people of our state. Comment?
Sunday Mar 23 | via Spirit of Jefferson Advocate
West Virginia has the highest percentage of flood insurance policies that will see premiums rise as part of the federal government's overhaul of a subsidy program, according to an analysis of government figures. Comment?
Feb 17, 2014 | via Washington Times
Sen. Rocky Fitzsimmons , the bill sponsor and a democrat from Ohio County, said federal law changes in 2012 under the Bigger-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act have caused significant increases in premiums for West Virginia. Comment?
Jan 15, 2014 | via KTVN Reno
The monks of St. Joseph's Abbey in Spencer, Mass., have long been known for their jams and jellies. Comment?
Jan 10, 2014 | via Yahoo!
The chemical spill that shut down much of Charleston and surrounding areas put a squeeze on potable water, as residents were told not to drink or shower with the water from their taps. Comment?
4 min ago | via Bradenton.com
A Sarasota company managed by a Bradenton real estate agent has purchased nearly 600 acres of grazing land in Parrish for $4 million. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Fresno Bee
The median sales price for new and existing houses and condominiums reached $376,000, up 5.9 percent from $355,000 the previous month and up 20.1 percent from $313,000 in March 2013, DataQuick said. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Evening News
Bosses at Persimmon Homes Anglia predict Norwich house prices to rise as the market continues to gathers pace following a shot-in-the arm from the government's Help to Buy scheme. Comment?
Friday Mar 28 | via Indianapolis Business News
Although mortgage-refinancing applications are down, the product reviled and thought extinct after the 2008 housing crash that decimated property values may save the day for lenders: the home equity loan/line of credit. Comment?
9 min ago | via Ottawa Business Journal
Scotiabank says Canada's housing market is in the process of transitioning to slower growth and will remain on a "subdued trajectory" over the next several years, imposing a modest drag on output growth as the effects make their way through the broader economy. Comment?