Commerce Township Real Estate News
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Tuesday May 26 | via ClickOnDetroit
Authorities say a lawyer and his business stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from more than 100 people in Michigan that were facing mortgage foreclosures. BEING PUT ON TRIAL FOR MURDER AND CHILD ABUSE CHARGES. Comment?
Tuesday May 26 | via CBS Local
LANSING - Authorities say a lawyer and his business stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from more than 100 people in Michigan that were facing mortgage foreclosures. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Tuesday that 52-year-old Steven Barry Ruza of Orchard Lake and his company Home Legal Group face 30 felony charges, including racketeering. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Realtor Magazine
Engaging young professionals is important for the future growth of the real estate industry, both at the brokerage and association level. But the process doesn't have to be time consuming or awkward. Comment?
Apr 27, 2015 | via C & G Newspapers
"'Every day is a good day,'" she said, repeating the mantra in her kitchen in the 28000 block of Grayfield on April 25. "That is a reminder to me," the 38-year-old wife and mother of three said. "I have my bad days. Comment?
Apr 6, 2015 | via Patch.com
The old trick has been around for years in Wayne County, but recently made a resurgence in Oakland and, to a lesser degree, Macomb counties. Some Oakland County taxpayers are getting a surprise - and not a happy one - when they try to make good on their property tax debt. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via Michigan Lawyers Weekly
The Michigan Attorney General has alleged that Steven B. Ruza was involved in a home mortgage fraud scheme that netted hundreds of thousands of dollars and victimized more than 100 people. 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?
5 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
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1 hr ago | via Scientific American
The city of Baltimore was rocked by protests and riots over the death of Freddie Gray , a 25-year-old African American man who died in police custody. Tragically, Gray's death was only one of a recent in a series of racially-charged, often violent, incidents. Comment?
8 min ago | via Inman
"There's no such thing as a free lunch." This statement is true for most investments, such as annuities, life insurance and mutual funds. Comment?
10 min ago | via Andover Advertiser
The number of mortgage approvals made to home buyers jumped to a 14-month high in April, Bank of England figures show. Some 68,076 mortgages for house purchase with a total value of A 11.1 billion got the green light in April, marking the highest number recorded since February 2014. Comment?
17 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
The sun shined in April and you didn't spend much money. The Commerce Department here in Washington says your spending didn't increase at all adjusted for inflation last month compared to March. Comment?
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