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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?
Thursday | via The Item
As homeownership rates continue to drop, multifamily construction is surging in New Jersey - making 2014 the busiest year for home building since the prerecession year of 2006, and perhaps signaling an end to the age of sprawling single-family construction in the state. Builders started more than 28,000 housing units in New Jersey last year, up 16 percent from 2013 and more than double the deep lows seen during the worst years of the housing bust, the U.S. Census Bureau reported. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via GlobeNewswire
Ocwen Financial Corporation , a leading financial services holding company, today announced that it has named two new independent directors to its Board of Directors. Phyllis R. Caldwell, Vice Chair of Community Preservation and Development Corporation and DeForest Blake Soaries, Jr., Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, New Jersey, have joined Ocwen's Board. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via NorthJersey.com
Mercer County Superior Court Judge Pedro J. Jimenez Jr. announced the indictment of a Bloomfield man, among 12 people, charged by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office. They are accused of operating a mortgage fraud scheme using straw purchasers to defraud banks, while netting close to $1 million. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 6 | via NorthJersey.com
We've got the second-highest long-term unemployment rate in the nation, and the second-highest foreclosure rate. Some 40 percent of young adults in New Jersey can't afford to move out of their parents' homes. Comment?
Dec 31, 2014 | via Asbury Park Press
Predictions for 2015? Full speed ahead, except for gas prices Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1zwv214 The thing about economic recoveries is you never know if you are in one. Comment?
29 min ago | via Juan Cole
"From Detroit to Philadelphia to Baltimore, policy makers in America's old industrial metropolises are struggling with the same problem: how to reverse the fortunes of decaying cities. Decades of economic decline and suburbanisation have left their city centres depressed and dangerous. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Trend
Around 32.8 percent of the total amount of loans issued through the Azerbaijan Mortgage Fund accounted for the citizens engaged in the public sector in 2014, the AMF statistics report as of 2014 says. Around 13.8 percent of the mortgaged housing accounted for the citizens employed in the oil sector of the economy. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The News Item
Nicholas John Dephillips, of 404 N. Ninth St., Sunbury, and Debra Sue Davi, of 30 S. 11th St., Sunbury. Issued Jan. 29. Fannie Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association, ServiceLink to Nicholas C. Seeley, Gina A. Quintana, property in Ralpho Township, $44,000. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Cape Cod Times
WASHINGTON – Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose at a slower pace in the 12 months through November, a sign the industry struggled to find momentum even amid low mortgage rates. The S&P/Case-Shiller index of property values increased 4.3 percent from November 2013 after rising 4.5 percent in the 12-month period that ended in October, the group said Tuesday in New York. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Russia Taday
Croatian government have gotten creditors on board a plan to erase the debts of some 60,000 poorest citizens. The "fresh start" scheme targets less than 1 percent of the entire debt, but is hoped to boost the economy in the long-term. Comment?
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