Cornwall on Hudson Real Estate News
Saturday Apr 11 | via Times Herald-Record
You might think the mortgage crisis would be in the rear view mirror by now, seven years since the outset of the Great Recession. Comment?
Saturday Apr 11 | via Times Herald-Record
So-called zombie properties, houses whose owners have abandoned to banks holding the mortgage, are up in Orange County, including Middletown and Newburgh, to the consternation of local officials who say the abandoned properties contribute to blight. Comment?
Thursday Apr 9 | via Times Herald-Record
NEWBURGH – The Orange County Industrial Development Agency on Thursday accepted an application for tax breaks to support the construction of a sports complex in Chester. Comment?
Feb 10, 2015 | via Times Herald-Record
And, it seems, just about everyone who owns real estate on the eastern end of Sullivan County wants to build affordable housing. Comment?
Jan 26, 2015 | via Times Herald-Record
As a business loan officer at Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, Baiocco works closely with local commercial real estate brokers, CPAs, attorneys and builders to offer their clients the financing they need to achieve their business goals. Comment?
Friday | via Reuters
NEW YORK, April 24 The strong U.S. dollar, Colombian peso depreciation and slow growth in Latin American economies are not expected to be serious threats to the credit strengths of Colombia's largest private banks, says Fitch Ratings. In a strong dollar environment, Colombia's banks' primary currency exchange threat is local creditors needing to service debt and repay loans in foreign currencies when the creditors' primary source of income is in COPs. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via Forbes.com
View From The MiddleTM showcases our expertise, insights and ability to put our knowledge to work for the small business, middle market and transportation sectors. Founded in 1908, CIT is a financial holding company with more than $35 billion in financing and leasing assets. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via The Peninsula
The dollar jumped back above 120 yen on Thursday following a strong increase in US existing home sales, while traders keep a wary eye on Greece's long-running bailout talks. In Tokyo, the greenback bought 120.05 yen, up from 119.89 yen in New York and 119.54 yen in Tokyo earlier Wednesday. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via Iol.co.za
The dollar was mixed on Thursday, with upbeat US housing data briefly lifting the unit above 120 yen, while traders keep an eye on Greece's long-running bailout talks. In Tokyo, the greenback eased to 119.75 yen from 119.89 yen in New York, but it is still up from 119.54 yen in Tokyo earlier on Wednesday. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 22 | via The Skanner
It is ironic that April is Fair Housing Month and the U.S. Senate has yet to schedule a vote on the nomination of the first Black woman to become the nation's Attorney General. Nominated on November 14, the nomination of Loretta Lynch has lingered longer than the seven previous attorneys generals combined. Comment?
7 min ago | via Patch.com
State Rep. Pam Staneski supported a proposal in the General Assembly's Education Committee to bring a comprehensive financial literacy curriculum to Connecticut schools. The legislation seeks to ensure that all students who graduate from Connecticut schools are comfortable managing a household budget, saving and investing their income, and avoiding the pitfalls of credit card debt. Comment?
23 min ago | via Globe and Mail
Ottawa's changes to RRSP and TFSA rules fail to address what is arguably the most important goal of the retirement system - ensuring all Canadians over 65 enjoy a decent standard of living. Ottawa's changes to RRSP and TFSA rules fail to address what is arguably the most important goal of the retirement system - ensuring all Canadians over 65 enjoy a decent standard of living. Comment?
53 min ago | via The Fresno Bee
I lost my job 6 months ago and I had to move in with my sister. I'm back on my feet again and I'm ready to move out on my own again. Comment?
54 min ago | via The Georgia Straight
A memo from the City of Vancouver's chief housing officer lays out several reasons why housing is being left vacant in the city. a Development timing . Comment?
58 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Joe Oliver walk to the House of Commons to deliver the federal budget on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 21, 2015. Historically low interest rates mean governments can afford to borrow and spend in the current environment. Comment?
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