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Sep 9, 2014 | via The Jersey Journal
The manager of the McDonald's on Delsea Drive reported on Aug. 19 that an unidentified male subject attempted to use a counterfeit $20, but fled once the manager advised the suspect he was calling the police. The suspect, who was described as a black male about 6 feet 3 inches tall and 300 pounds, left another counterfeit $20 bill behind on the counter as well. Comment?
Jun 26, 2014 | via WKXW-FM Trenton
New Jersey is third in the nation for its number of so-called " zombie foreclosures ," properties stuck in the foreclosure process for so long that both the bank and the owner have abandoned them. Comment?
May 3, 2014 | via Philly.com
"I really enjoy it," says Cahn, a personable father of three and grandfather-to-be who's in his third year as mayor of Cherry Hill, South Jersey's signature suburb. Comment?
16 hrs ago | via Observer
A Belleville man was among three defendants convicted earlier this month in federal court for their roles in a $15 million mortgage fraud scheme involving condominiums in New Jersey and Florida, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reported. According to Fishman's office, the scheme used phony documents and "straw buyers" to defraud financial institutions and make illegal profits on condos overbuilt by financially stressed developers. Comment?
Monday Oct 13 | via Inman
Brokers belonging to New Jersey Multiple Listing Service Inc. can now send their listings directly through the MLS to Zillow, the most highly trafficked online real estate portal in the nation. Realtor-owned New Jersey MLS is the latest MLS to join the Zillow Partnership Platform, a program that ensures MLS data is sent to Zillow as often as every 15 minutes. Comment?
Monday Oct 13 | via Housing Wire
Several big banks have negotiated large settlements with the Department of Justice for their role in the housing bubble and subsequent economic collapse. While the historic settlements sound promising on the surface, a study by Denbeaux & Denbeaux law firm exposes why struggling homeowners shouldn't hold their breath waiting for relief. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 1 | via NJ.com
Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice and his wife Teresa will be sentenced on Thursday in federal court. NEWARK - When Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice plead guilty in March, he tried to downplay his wife Teresa's role in a conspiracy to obtain millions of dollars in loans and mortgages through the use of phony documents. Comment?
Saturday Sep 27 | via Daily Mail
Wave goodbye to Hollywood's most eligible bachelor! George Clooney marries Amal Alamuddin in lavish Venice wedding in front of scores of celebrity friends from Bill Murray to Anna Wintour EXCLUSIVE: Trooper wounded in Poconos sniper attack claims he did not have an affair with suspect's sister-in-law in dramatic bedside interview with police Fears for missing real estate agent who disappeared two days ago after leaving to show a house to mystery buyer Uber driver accused of bashing in passenger's head with hammer then driving away after argument over route he was taking Revealed: Fired Muslim convert who beheaded female co-worker lost his job that day 'in argument over stoning women'... and is recovered enough to be quizzed by police PR man hired by the city of Ferguson is fired because he was convicted of reckless homicide for shooting man dead in 2006 Apple releases new software update ... (more) Comment?
3 min ago | via CJAD
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5 min ago | via San Mateo Daily Journal
The opportunity emerged from the tumult that seized financial markets and sent stock prices and bond yields tumbling. Rates on long-term mortgages tend to track the 10-year Treasury yield, which fell below 2 percent for the first time since May 2013. Comment?
49 min ago | via Crain's New York Business
In a letter to Atlanta-based Ocwen Financial Corp., New York Superintendent of Financial Services Benjamin Lawsky says the mortgage-servicing company backdated thousands of letters to borrowers that prevented them from being able to promptly correct problem loans. Mr. Lawsky claims an employee who initially discovered the problem was ignored for months. Comment?
19 min ago | via TheStreet.com
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29 min ago | via GlobeNewswire
NorthStar Income II funded $132.0 million at closing and expects to fund the remaining $12.0 million over the next 24 months, subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions by the borrower. The portfolio securing the loan is comprised of more than 1.4 million square feet of primarily Class A and B office space located in close proximity to major roadways. Comment?
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