Commerce Township Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Commerce Township, MI continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Dec 17 | via WXYZ
When Kim Lyons got a notice in the mail from the Oakland County Treasurer saying she owed more than $20,000 in back taxes she knew she couldn't afford to pay the debt. Comment?
Monday Nov 25 | via Hometown Life
Whoaa! Plans to widen I-75 from Eight Mile Road to M-59 need to come to a halt, at least for the... Sachse Construction announced Sheila Suppes has been named president-elect of Commercial Real Estate Women Detroit, an international business networking organization dedicated to helping women succeed in the commercial real estate industry. Comment?
Nov 13, 2013 | via Detroit News
New Census data released Thursday show Michigan suffered some of the worst housing losses during the recession, with the crash in Detroit severely pulling down averages in both Wayne County and the region. Comment?
Nov 6, 2013 | via Detroit Free Press
A Farmington Hills developer has pulled out of a deal for the site of Oakland County's failed Bloomfield Park project. Comment?
Nov 6, 2013 | via World News Report
WALLED LAKE, MICH., USA, November 6, 2013 / EINPresswire.com / -- Continuity Programs , a leader in customer relationship marketing and client retention strategies, recently held an open house in its new facility. Comment?
Thursday | via WJRT
Attorney General Bill Schuette says Michigan residents are in line for more than $21 million in compensation from a finance company as part of a $2 billion settlement of foreclosure abuse complaints. Comment?
Thursday | via The Detroit News
Ocwen Financial Corp. will provide $2.1 billion in relief to homeowners to settle regulators' claims over mortgage-servicing abuses, the Atlanta-based company said Thursday in a regulatory filing. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 18 | via MLive.com
Fewer graduates from Kalamazoo-area colleges took out loans to earn their bachelor's degrees in 2012 than did nationally. Comment?
Monday Dec 16 | via Detroit News
A little more than a year after Ann Arbor businessman Ron Weiser bought its assets to avert foreclosure, a rechristened science center once again is hosting student tours and preparing for an onslaught of holiday visitors - a good problem to have for a gem led by new CEO Tonya Matthews. Comment?
Monday Dec 16 | via Detroit News
The bull market in stocks has turned in an impressive return of nearly 25 percent points this year. Comment?
1 min ago | via Reuters
Germany's largest lender Deutsche Bank has signalled it might have to set aside more money for potential future litigation costs, following its $1.9 billion settlement with a U.S. mortgage market regulator. Comment?
13 min ago | via Nanaimo Daily News
North American stock markets closed sharply higher Wednesday as the U.S. Federal Reserve ended months of speculation and announced it will start cutting back on its monthly asset purchases. Comment?
20 min ago | via Reuters
The Greek coalition government's majority in parliament shrank to just three seats on Saturday after a lawmaker rebelled over a controversial new law to extend property taxes to farmland. Comment?
20 min ago | via Lincoln Daily News
Deutsche Bank said on Friday it will pay $1.9 billion to settle claims that it defrauded two U.S. government-controlled companies in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. Comment?
22 min ago | via Reuters
U.S. Congressman Mel Watt, the incoming director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, said he plans to delay the increase in fees on government-backed loans that the agency announced this month. Comment?