Dixon Real Estate News
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Sep 22, 2014 | via The Daily Republic
A jury found Hubert Rotteveel, 52, of Dixon, guilty Monday in Sacramento of one count of mail fraud relating to his role in a mortgage fraud scheme, federal prosecutor Benjamin B. Wagner announced. Rotteveel was suspected of working as the real estate agent in the sales of 13 properties in Dixon that were bought by two people. Comment?
Aug 3, 2014 | via The Daily Republic
First Northern Community Bancorp, the holding company for Dixon-based First Northern Bank, reported strong growth in assets, loans and deposits for the second quarter. Comment?
Jun 25, 2014 | via The Daily Democrat
Nonetheless, Yolo County Assessor Joel Butler reported this week that the county's annual Assessment Roll now tops $21 billion for the first time and that Woodland had the largest increase. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 24 | via San Diego NewsCape
A Northern California real estate investor pleaded guilty for his role in bid rigging and fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California, the Department of Justice announced. Charles Rock was indicted on Dec. 3, 2014, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in Oakland, California. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 24 | via Inside Bay Area
Antioch City Council recently voted to take steps that will create an additional incentive for residents to make home improvements that reduce their water and electricity consumption. Once the city has completed some paperwork, homeowners will be able to install such amenities as heat-reflective roofing, insulation or artificial lawns without having to shell out tens of thousands of dollars upfront or wait decades to recoup their investment through energy savings. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Business Wire
California pending home sales dropped in November, with the Pending Home Sales Index * falling 13.4 percent from a revised 104.8 in October to 90.7 in November, based on signed contracts. The monthly decline was on par with the average October-to-November monthly change of -13.1 percent observed in the last six years. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via Business Wire
1, 2005 and maturing Aug. 1, 2021 and 2022 , 2031, 2033 and 2035 . These bonds were refunded on Nov. 25, 2014 with proceeds of the State's Tax-Exempt Various Purpose General Obligation Refunding Bonds. Comment?
Sunday Dec 21 | via San Bernardino County Sun
The Inland Empire's housing market - dormant for the better part of the past decade - appears to be stirring, with new construction sites sprouting throughout the region, and sales are underway in the first post-recession development in Ontario's ambitious New Model Colony , where as many as 50,000 new homes are expected to be built over the next 20 years. “In 2014, a lot of people have been sitting on the sidelines, and 2015 is the year they're going to get back in the game,” said Randall Lewis, executive vice president of the Lewis Group of Cos., a major Inland Empire developer. Comment?
43 min ago | via Sentinel & Enterprise
Judy Vaghini is a 72-year-old disabled woman who recently filed for bankruptcy so she could stay in her Lancaster Road home. She blames Hometown Bank for her current situation. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Salt Lake Tribune
Loraine Sundquist refused to move out of her Draper home after she defaulted on a loan and was then foreclosed on in May of 2011 by the financial giant Bank of America. The bank subsequently sold the house to the Federal National Mortgage Association and Fannie Mae, as it is known, went to court that year to evict her. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Philly.com
And at least a few may have been among the 18 percent of Americans who feel they'll never dig out of the debt hole. That staggering number comes from a national phone survey of 1,001 Americans commissioned by CreditCards.com and conducted in English and Spanish during the first week of December - just as the frenzy of holiday shopping approached critical mass. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Lowell Sun
Investors who put their money in a fund devoted to real-estate investment trusts have racked up gains of 65 percent, while investors in homebuilder stocks still haven't recovered from the housing crash even after the U.S. economic rebound. The gap will probably endure for years as U.S. job growth spurs demand for office, retail and apartment properties faster than Americans can buy new houses. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Motley Fool
They say home is where your heart is, well for millions of older Americans it's also where their money is. According to the National Lenders Association , collective home equity for seniors 62 and older is $3.73 trillion, up 22 percent since spring 2012. Comment?
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