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Oct 29, 2014 | via Philly.com
Promenade greenways, nature trails, and water views for a townhouse development will sprout next year at a location along a commercial corridor that local leaders hope will mark a rebirth for Clementon. The developer joined elected officials and other dignitaries Wednesday behind shovels in the old Acme shopping center on the White Horse Pike, where they broke ground for the first phase - 49 upscale townhouses in Leewood Villages at Rowand Pond. Comment?
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?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via NorthJersey.com
Driven by multifamily projects, home building in New Jersey rose in November, putting the state's new-home production on track for its strongest year since 2006. Through November, builders have obtained permits for 25,451 housing units, about 15 percent ahead of the same period last year. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via The Jersey Journal
Hudson County is one of nine counties in New Jersey where it's more affordable to rent than buy, according to a new RealtyTrac report. Here, the Jersey City skyline is pictured in 2011. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via NJ.com
Drivers could get the option to use their smartphone to show their driver's license, instead of a paper license, under a bill to be proposed by State Senator Thomas Kean Jr. to have state motor vehicle officials study it. It's appropriate to look at it and see if it protects drivers security, adds to convenience and enhanced efficiency," Senator Thomas Kean Jr. A state senator is set to propose legislation directing the state Motor Vehicle Commission to conduct a study on whether New Jersey should give drivers the option to show a license on their smartphone. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Mortgage News Daily
While overall foreclosure activity overall continued its now years-long decline from housing crisis peaks there was a significant year-over-year increase in foreclosure starts. RealtyTrac says in its November U.S. Foreclosure Market Report that 55,906 properties started the foreclosure process during the month, a decrease of 1 percent from October but a 6 percent increase from a year ago. Comment?
Saturday Nov 29 | via Central Ohio
Homeless after Superstorm Sandy flooded the Ortley Beach condominium she was renting, Tango, 61, relied on assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay her rent and living expenses at an apartment she rented in Howell. But the October letter demanded repayment of $15,500 - and threatened to garnish her monthly Social Security disability check if she didn't pay it back. Comment?
4 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
The town of stores is a result of Loblaws purchase of the Shoppers Drug Mart chain. The town of stores is a result of Loblaws purchase of the Shoppers Drug Mart chain. Comment?
14 min ago | via Reuters
South Korea's banks, whose average returns on equity are the worst among lenders in Asia and are less than half of their Chinese peers, are poised to benefit from a promised move by the country to ease heavy-handed regulation. Stifling regulation has crimped banks' freedom in Asia's fourth-largest economy to charge rates and offer products based on market demand, tying their hands in the struggle against a slowing economy and low interest rates. Comment?
15 min ago | via 13WHAM
A charity created after the Sept. 11 terror attacks says it has so far raised $250,000 or about a third of what it needs to pay the home mortgages for the families of two slain New York police officers. Comment?
35 min ago | via CBC News
Vancouver, shown here through a lens zoom burst, has home prices so high that business groups are raising the alarm about city's ability to attract and retain the talent. When Allan Pulga, a communications manager, found out he was going to be a father, he had to make a tough choice - stay in a tiny downtown condo or leave Vancouver. Comment?
40 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
The hounds of the Heythrop Hunt arrive to greet hunt supporters gathering in town square in Chipping Norton on December 26, 2014 in Oxfordshire, England. Get ready for another 3 and 1/2-day week. Comment?
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