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?
Sep 30, 2014 | via MLive.com
The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. Comment?
Sep 20, 2014 | via Daily Press & Argus
Plea withdrawn in mortage scam case Rolondo Campbell said no to 7 months in jail for plea Check out this story on livingstondaily.com: Rolondo Sage Campbell, aka Anthony Carter, had pleaded no contest under a predispositional investigation, or PDI, to uttering and publishing, larceny of at least $1,000 but less than $20,000 by conversion and violation of the Credit Services Act for fraudulently submitting legal documents to Livingston County District Court in Howell bearing the forged signature of a Howell woman. She ultimately lost her home because neither Campbell nor his business "completed the promised mortgage rescue." Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via Entrepreneur Magazine
Manufacturing in Michigan - its lifeblood over the past century - is making a strong comeback despite global competition. Since December 2009, Michigan has led the nation with more than 88,000 new manufacturing jobs, according to the National Association of Manufacturers. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 15 | via Northern Michigan News
Michigan's state and local tax rates are among the worst in the nation, according to a report released last week. WalletHub ranked Michigan at No. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 15 | via WLNS-TV Lansing
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $1.5 million in federal grants to 10 Michigan organizations dedicated to helping residents with housing needs. The housing counseling grants are given to community-based organizations that assist families and individuals looking to find housing, make more informed housing choices and avoid foreclosures. Comment?
Thursday Apr 2 | via Post-gazette.com
The new owner and the former owner faced off in the hallway of the brick house, which sits on a pleasant, tree-lined street. Howard Franklin and his daughter, Catherine, wanted to move in, but the people who had lost the home in a tax foreclosure had not moved out. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 1 | via Business Wire
With today's announcement, MEF-US will begin transitioning to operate under the name Huntington Technology Finance. Based outside of Detroit, MEF-US is the sixth major investment Huntington has made in Michigan in the past five years. Comment?
8 min ago | via Business Journal
First quarter home sales increased 8.29 percent in 1Q, from 1,809 closed sales in 2014 to 1,959 in 2015 - a jump of 150 homes. The median sales price increased 1.8 percent to $171,500 and the average sale price went up 1.7 percent to $204,581. Comment?
9 min ago | via NJ.com
Most New Jersey homeowners who lost their properties over the last eight years won't be returning to the real estate market soon, according to a new report. While thousands of New Jersey property owners who lost their homes over the last eight years are returning to the real estate market, most won't be coming back anytime soon, according to a new report. Comment?
12 min ago | via Newms360.com
BancorpSouth saw its first-quarter net income rise 13.7 percent to $32.3 million, or 33 cents a share, and it also refiled applications to merge with two banks. On Monday, the Tupelo-based financial holding company and parent of BancorpSouth Bank said it was moving ahead with its merger with Ouachita Bancshares Corp. of West Monroe, Louisiana, and Central Community Corp., of Temple, Texas. Comment?
24 min ago | via Florida Trend
Congress this week will discuss the possibility of expanding agricultural markets to Cuba -- a shift encouraged by U.S. farmers and some members of Congress, who see a $2 billion market just 90 miles from U.S. shores. If they're going to be successful, one group needs convincing: The farmers who live in the state just 90 miles away from Cuba. Comment?
40 min ago | via Business Journal
Overall commercial mortgage volume more than tripled in South Florida between 2009 and 2014, according to a study released by Miami-based BridgeInvest, a private mortgage lender. Over $11.4 billion in commercial mortgages were financed in 2014, up from about $9.8 billion in 2013 and $3.5 billion in 2009 Miami-Dade County captured the biggest slice of mortgage volume in the region in 2014 with 57 percent, followed by Palm Beach County at 23 percent and Broward County at 20 percent. Comment?
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