Dover-Foxcroft Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Dover-Foxcroft, ME continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Mar 4 | via Bangor Daily News
The April tax filing deadline is near, and the law of unintended consequences is about to set in to the tune of approximately $65 million, frustrating if not angering unsuspecting Mainers. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 26 | via Bloomberg
BNP Paribas SA 's co-heads of fixed income in the Americas, Kip Testwuide and Christian Mundigo, are being replaced by Bob Hawley, who now leads the business in the Asia-Pacific region, according to Cesaltine Gregorio, a spokeswoman for the Paris-based bank. Comment?
Friday Feb 21 | via Kennebec Journal
There were more signs of recovery in Maine's housing market in January, as the volume of single-family home sales increased by 8.6 percent, bucking both regional and national trends. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 18 | via MaineToday.com
Coldwell Banker Rizzo Mattson Realtors was named as the top office in Maine for the third year in a row by the national real estate franchise. Comment?
Monday Feb 17 | via Bangor Daily News
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty, with offices in Portland, Kennebunk, Brunswick, Damariscotta and Camden, announced that its total dollars sales volume ranks it among the top 6 residential property companies in Maine. Comment?
16 min ago | via Patch.com
One of the latest homes to hit the Peabody real estate market is a four-bedroom Colonial in West Peabody. Comment?
24 min ago | via Mission Local
Capp Street has long been known for prostitution . Now, it will also be known for the street where a single family home sold for $3.5 million - $125,000 under its listing price, but still possibly the highest price ever for a place east of Mission Street. Comment?
43 min ago | via North Seattle Herald Outlook
Title insurance protects you against a loss on your home or land due to a defect in the title. Comment?
45 min ago | via Reuters
The only sure way for the Swiss National Bank to cool the booming Swiss mortgage market is by raising interest rates, the chief of Raiffeisen Switzerland said on Saturday, adding that greater self-regulation by banks would have little effect. Comment?
45 min ago | via Bangor Daily News
Both parties recognize the federal tax code is a mess, riddled with so many deals for a wide variety of special interests that it is no longer fair in the way it treats most Americans. Comment?