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Yesterday | via The Charlotte Observer
WASHINGTON Charlotte politics is mostly polite and nonconfrontational in the absence of a neck-and-neck race to Election Day. But when you transport some of Charlotte's characters to Washington, it can get a little partisan. Comment?
Friday | via McClatchy
U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, a Charlotte Republican, took to Twitter this week to deliver his sharpest blows publicly against former Democratic Charlotte Rep. Mel Watt, who is now the director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency. He did so during a financial services hearing, as he and fellow House Republicans questioned Watt for four hours about some controversial moves he made in an effort to help more people obtain a mortgage. Comment?
Friday | via Union County Weekly
Financial website SmartAsset has named Indian Trail the ninth most affordable housing market in North Carolina in an annual ranking they release of towns with more than 5,000 residents in each state. The rankings are based on closing costs, real estate taxes, homeowners' insurance and mortgage rates. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 28 | via Business Journal
Click through this slideshow to see how many boomerang buyers North Carolina's cities are likely to see from 2015 to 2022. Homeowners who lost their homes during the housing meltdown are starting to get their credit on track, and they're ready to get back into the market. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 27 | via Stars and Stripes
But one that's planned on Legacy Lakes Way drew 150 or more people to the pine-covered lot Thursday afternoon, despite the chilly air and threat of rain. Amid American flags, red, white and blue balloons, veterans, active-duty soldiers, military family members and others watched as Army veteran Jonathan Rivenbark and his wife, Yulia, aided by several dignitaries, participated in a ceremonial ground-breaking for their new home, which is being awarded them at a low cost through the nonprofit group Helping a Hero . Comment?
12 min ago | via The Morning Call
Two Easton residents have been sentenced to probation for their role in a conspiracy to use fraudulent home loans to acquire properties in the Poconos and elsewhere to grow marijuana indoors. Two Easton residents have been sentenced to probation for their role in a conspiracy to use fraudulent home loans to acquire properties in the Poconos and elsewhere to grow marijuana indoors. Comment?
50 min ago | via Independent.ie
A big fat rump of liberally educated Europhile Irish policy thinkers in Ireland - often those who own plush homes in leafy city lanes with little or no mortgage left to pay - like to proclaim at dinner parties that Dubliners should "grow up" and embrace the more sophisticated culture of renting so popular in Europe. Along with a mocha on every street corner, they see this quality as a final prerequisite for a civilised and mature Irish society. Comment?
51 min ago | via Independent.ie
This week the Central Bank introduced tougher mortgage controls, which will see most borrowers having to have 20pc deposits up front. A less punitive arrangement for first-time buyers will compel them to save for a 10pc deposit, but with a cap of 220,000 in place, they face slim pickings in Dublin where lack of supply is pushing prices through the roof. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Independent.ie
Working Dublin couples who want a three-bed semi to rear a family will have to move to the outer-most suburbs to make their dreams come true because of the harsh new mortgage regime. But the tough new Central Bank rules mean that in the current property market there are just 179 family homes with three bedrooms within their financial reach in the greater Dublin area - and most of those are in the far west and north of the county. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Independent.ie
Misery loves company, goes the saying. Which is why I'd like - on behalf of myself and my debt-laden generation - to thank the Government and the Central Bank for the new rules on mortgage lending. Comment?
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