Clayton Real Estate News
Tuesday May 5 | via KSDK-TV Saint Louis
The big blue two-story sitting on a large lot in rural Morgan County, Indiana seemed like the home of Chris and Jenny Nugent's dreams. It was the place the couple envisioned their young family settling down into an idyllic country life. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via Indiana Law Blog
BMO Harris Bank In 2006, MCSS Merrilville, L.L.C. , executed a promissory note and leasehold mortgage as security for the note in favor of Amcore Bank, N.A., who at some point assigned the debt and mortgage to Appellant-Plaintiff BMO Harris Bank, N.A., . Borrower had entered into a lease for real property in Century Plaza in Merrillville , on which it operated a Golden Corral restaurant. Comment?
Thursday May 7 | via KAUZ
A top Indiana health official says the dwindling number of new HIV cases in a rural southern county could mean the state's largest-ever HIV outbreak is ending. A top Indiana health official says the dwindling number of new HIV cases in a rural southern county could mean the state's largest-ever HIV outbreak is ending. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via WLFI-TV West Lafayette
Indiana, experts say thousands of homes across the state likely have been contaminated by residents making or using the drug, the Indianapolis Sta r reported. But many homeowners aren't aware of the risk and don't know meth can be detected through several hundred dollars' worth of testing. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via Daily Journal
Although Indiana has led the nation in meth busts for the past two years, the state's home inspectors don't routinely test for methamphetamine contamination, which can lead to a variety of health problems, according to a newspaper investigation. With a daily average of more than four meth lab discoveries by law enforcement officials in Indiana, experts say thousands of homes across the state likely have been contaminated by residents making or using the drug, the Indianapolis Star reported. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via Journal and Courier
Don't buy a meth house Home inspectors don't routinely test homes for meth, but Indiana leads the nation in busts. Check out this story on jconline.com: http://indy.st/1IamEMr Jenny and Chris Nugent look through the files of paper work from test results from their former home that they found out was contaminated from a methamphetamine lab by the previous owner. Comment?
30 min ago | via Alabama Live
Sales: According to the North Alabama MLS , Morgan County residential sales totaled 107 units in April, an increase in sales growth of .9 percent or 1 unit above the same period last year. Year-to-date sales through April are up 14.6 percent from 2014. Comment?
55 min ago | via Daily Mail
Labour leadership favourite Andy Burnham slammed for claiming A 17,000 a year to rent London flat despite owning his own nearby Labour leadership favourite Andy Burnham is claiming A 17,000 a year in expenses to rent a flat in London - despite owning his own property nearby. The shadow health secretary has been claiming A 1,449.98 each month to cover the rent for a flat near Parliament. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Independent
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies I wasn't surprised to read the research from Nottingham building society this week revealing that one in six homeowners are considering remortgaging before the end of this year. Comment?
1 hr ago | via KFYI-AM Phoenix
Ready for some straight talk on mortgage? Radio personality Kerri Kasem and mortgage guru Alex Michaels host an informative discussion about today's market, loan products, and how refinancing can help you: * Lock-in a lower interest rate * Cash-out refinance to pay off high interest debts or finance a large purchase The New American Funding Mortgage Radio Show demystifies mortgage to help you understand the terrain of today's market and make informed decisions about one of life's biggest investments. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Reuters
May 24 With the latest effort by Sweden to cool its housing market postponed by a court, concerns are escalating that political stagnation, a faulty institutional set-up and high household debt risks sending the triple A economy into a tailspin. A move to force homeowners to pay down the principal of their mortgages -- what many economists say is the very least needed to avoid a housing bubble -- was postponed after a court in April said the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority lacked a legal mandate. Comment?
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