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Sunday Mar 22 | via Mortgage News Daily
Bottom Right Default State Name: State Name underscore: State Name dash: State Name lower underscore: State Name lower dash: State Name lower: State Abbreviation: State Abbreviation Lower: It is a continuously updated stream of news from around the web Visit throughout the day for the latest breaking news. It seems like U.S. bond market vigilantes have gone fishing, delegating the guessing game of the anticipated rate hikes to market timers. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via Channelnewsasia.com
A federal judge rejected Bank of America Corp's request to dismiss a lawsuit in which Cook County, Illinois, accused the lender of targeting black and Hispanic borrowers in the Chicago area with subprime mortgages. REUTERS: A federal judge rejected Bank of America Corp's request to dismiss a lawsuit in which Cook County, Illinois, accused the lender of targeting black and Hispanic borrowers in the Chicago area with subprime mortgages. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via NBC Chicago
NBC Chicago and Ward Room bring you profiles on the 18 wards heading into a runoff election April 7. In this profile, learn all about the 16th Ward. Asiaha Butler, president of the Resident Association of Greater Englewood , says, "I think the biggest issue at stake for all candidates is the current state of African American communities and the failed policies that impact these communities. Comment?
Feb 19, 2015 | via Daily Herald
Those are about the only signs of life in a former tavern that closed in 2012. Some of the windows are still boarded up after critters invaded. Comment?
Feb 12, 2015 | via Chicago Tribune
The number of homes repossessed by banks in the Chicago area in January rose almost 10 percent from a year earlier in a pattern seen elsewhere in the nation, according to data released Thursday. In Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake and Will counties,1,868 residential properties were taken back by lenders and became bank-owned, RealtyTrac found. Comment?
Thursday Mar 26 | via Daily Herald
Illinois home prices continued to strengthen as the statewide median price experienced a double-digit annual gain in February, marking 30 consecutive months of year-over-year price increases, according to the Illinois Association of Realtors. Statewide home sales, which include single-family homes and condominiums), totaled 7,865 homes sold in February, down 1.7 percent from the same month a year ago when 8,004 homes sold. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via Big News Network.com
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Tuesday Mar 17 | via WBAL-AM Baltimore
Republican Congressman Aaron Schock of Illinois says in a statement that he will resign in wake of allegations that he misused campaign funds. Today, I am announcing my resignation as a Member of the United States House of Representatives effective March 31st. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via WLFI-TV West Lafayette
The Homeland Security and Transportation Committee voted 8-0 to approve the measure, which would allow a religious exemption to photo requirement on state IDs. The measure now goes to the full Senate for consideration. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via CBS Local
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3 min ago | via Jefferson Post Online Edition
More than once, the Ashe County realtor would be busy taking potential buyers to a property for sale when the hazards of mountain driving called for quick action. Comment?
4 min ago | via Housing Wire
According to an article in The New York Times, the reason is that lawyers argue the cases drag on too long in the judicial system. In a growing number of foreclosure cases filed when home prices collapsed during the financial crisis, lenders may never be able to seize the homes because the state statutes of limitations have been exceeded, according to interviews with housing lawyers and a review of state and federal court decisions. Comment?
5 min ago | via Inman News
HomeUnion says it's now providing investors with tools to buy and manage single-family homes in 10 cities with the addition of Birmingham, Alabama , to its list of "active" investment markets. Launched last May in 15 markets, HomeUnion says it can help smaller investors compete with institutional giants by looking beyond their own backyards to buy and manage bargain-priced rental properties from afar. Comment?
6 min ago | via San Gabriel Valley Tribune
U.S. home price increases continued to rise at a steady pace in January, as the housing market deals with affordability problems and few properties listed for sale. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 4.6 percent in January compared with 12 months earlier, S&P said Tuesday. Comment?
6 min ago | via Cleveland.com
Cleveland Heights officials are looking for a movie operator to replace Regal Severance Town Center Stadium 14, which closed permanently March 19 . Mayor Dennis Wilcox told City Council and the Cleveland Heights-University Heights school board, during a joint meeting Monday, that the city was helping Severance management search for a tenant. Comment?
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