Chesterfield Real Estate News
Feb 27, 2015 | via C & G Newspapers
Sterling Heights city officials are right at home with statistics showing that home prices are on the road to recovery within the city. During a Feb. 17 City Council meeting, City Manager Mark Vanderpool said Sterling Heights property values are on the rise. Comment?
Jan 28, 2015 | via C & G Newspapers
Sterling Heights residents had far fewer problems with joblessness and foreclosures in 2014 compared to the years prior, according to data the city released recently. In terms of unemployment, Sterling Heights has showed recovery from its peak unemployment figures in 2009. Comment?
Dec 3, 2014 | via WHMI-FM Howell
On Monday, 43-year-old Rolondo Sage Campbell pleaded no contest to uttering and publishing, larceny by conversion, violating the Credit Services Act, and being a 4th-time habitual offender. In exchange, prosecutors have agreed to dismiss one count of obtaining money under false pretenses between $1,000 and $20,000. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Zillow Blog
Walter Atkins is the son-in-law of the person who won this home for $52,100 at auction and is fixing it up. For decades, people have fretted over the blight caused by the hemorrhaging of jobs from a town that was once the toast of U.S. industrialism. Comment?
Wednesday May 20 | via C & G Newspapers
"Go through your closets, basement and storage areas, and if you haven't found a home, rent a storage unit for those stored items, if you can afford it," said Realtor Randy Gates, of Keller Williams Lakeside Realty. For example, if it's summer, store the winter items and vice versa. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via LA Independent
Michigan state lawmakers are urging citizens to petition other state lawmakers to decide on legislation designed to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination. Mlive.com reports that Democratic lawmakers in Lansing are appealing directly to their constituents in order to put an anti-discrimination bill to a vote. Comment?
Saturday May 2 | via Battle Creek Enquirer
Report: Michiganders missing out on loan modification program Treasury told to do more to inform homeowners in the 10 most underserved states Check out this story on battlecreekenquirer.com: http://bcene.ws/1GQzbmM Neighborhoods Inc. helps local residents avoid foreclosure through the Home Affordable Modification Program. Only Oklahoma and North Dakota have been more underserved than Michigan by the program, a new report shows. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via Mortgage News Daily
While CoreLogic says February is typically a month in which distressed sales post a seasonal decline, real-estate owned and short sales this past February were the lowest for that month since 2008 . Combined they accounted for 13.5 percent of total sales, down 0.8 of a point from January and a 3 percentage point drop from February 2014. Comment?
6 min ago | via Barron's
Bulls always have long shopping lists. But when a bear has enough confidence to become a buyer, it's always worth paying attention. Comment?
15 min ago | via CBC News
The 1.3 million Ontario residents who live in condominiums will get a new, less expensive way to resolve disputes under proposed legislation to be introduced Wednesday. The province will create a Condominium Authority to provide a range of services including dispute resolution, so condo owners won't have to go to court to clear up a disagreement with a neighbour or their condo board. Comment?
18 min ago | via 12NewsNow.Com
Asian stock markets were ruffled Wednesday by Greece's impending cash crunch and expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates this year for the first time in almost a decade. But Europe and U.S. futures traded higher. Comment?
16 min ago | via Business Journal
A trio of Miami Gardens office buildings known as Lincoln Square sold for about half their previous sale value eight years ago. Scott Sime , of Miami-based Sime Realty Corp., said he brokered the $12.6 million sale on behalf of seller Divine Square LW, managed by Eduardo Ferandez Agraz in Miami. Comment?
19 min ago | via Inman News
Anybody who works with young homebuyers today knows the definition of heartbreak. It's when young couples with good jobs and dreams of homeownership can't overcome the barriers getting financing that have been erected since 2006. Comment?
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