Gentryville Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Watersblogged
Harrison, Perry, Porter, and Wabash counties in Indiana have started e-recording with Simplifile this past month, making it possible for customers to electronically submit and record documents such as deeds and mortgages in these counties more quickly and efficiently. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via The Indianapolis Star
The odds of winning Friday's $291 million Mega Millions jackpot are long but it won't keep players from plunking down at least a buck for the chance. Comment?
Friday Nov 29 | via Indianapolis Business News
Fall behind on the mortgage and count yourself lucky to get a modified payment from the lender. Comment?
Sunday Nov 24 | via Journal Gazette
IPFW will host a poverty simulation exercise offered through CANI on Dec. 12. Participants are assigned the roles of low-income people facing challenges that keep them in poverty. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 19 | via The Star Press
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority , which is overseen by Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann, will host the third of a series of public forums to address blighted, vacant and abandoned homes in Indiana. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Virginian-Pilot
John Byrd of Freebyrd Home Inspections in Virginia Beach says he looks at the "bones" of each home. Comment?
19 min ago | via Naples Daily News
Laura Biggs pictured in her Rialto, Calif., home on Nov. 25, 2013, is scheduled to lose her home nine days before Christmas because her mortgage company concluded that the house is no longer the primary residence of her husband, who's been dead since 2003. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Standard
A surging stock market and a steady recovery in home prices drove the wealth of Americans to a record last summer. Comment?
24 min ago | via CJAD
The posted rate for a five-year fixed closed mortgage is rising 0.1 percentage points to 5.44 per cent, while the posted five-year closed variable rate will rise by the same amount to 3.1 per cent. Comment?
26 min ago | via LA Daily News
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer has filed a third mortgage-lending discrimination suit against a major bank in an attempt to recover damages for a drop in tax revenue that resulted from the foreclosure wave that decimated home values. Comment?