Gilman Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Gilman, IA continually updated from thousands of sources.
8 hrs ago | via The Des Moines Register
Iowa farmland values hit a record this year, climbing 5.1 percent to $8,716 per acre from 2012, a new survey shows. Comment?
Sunday Dec 8 | via KWQC-TV Davenport
The Eastern Iowa market continues to see steady and strong growth in home appreciation costs, according to Ruhl and Ruhl Realtors. Comment?
Sunday Dec 8 | via The Des Moines Register
The expected farm downturn could be steep, but experts doubt it will replicate the farm crisis that hit the state 30 years ago. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 27 | via The Des Moines Register
Iowa bank earnings rose by 7.4 percent to $217 million in the third quarter compared with a year ago, while they contracted at the national level for the first time since 2009 in the face of mounting litigation costs associated with the industry's past sins. Comment?
Monday Nov 25 | via The Fairfield Ledger
The Iowa Finance Authority recently recognized Community 1st Credit Union and 26 other outstanding lenders for their efforts in advancing affordable home ownership through Iowa Finance Authority's programs in 2012. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 20 | via JD Supra
A NEW TAX FRAMEWORK FOR REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: A FEW CERTAINTIES AND SEVERAL DOUBTS PENDING THE CLARIFICATIONS FROM THE TAX AUTHORITY - Starting from 1 January 2014 significant changes will come into effect with reference to registration tax, as well in respect of cadastral and mortgage tax application in Italy. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 12 | via WTAQ-AM Green Bay
For the first time this year, home sales in Wisconsin's largest metro area are down from the same month the previous year. Comment?
15 min ago | via SFGate
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the rate on the 30-year loan declined to 4.42 percent from 4.46 percent last week. Comment?
54 min ago | via The Washington Post
These sales data recorded by the Fairfax County Department of Tax Administration were provided by Lender Processing Services. Comment?
19 min ago | via GlobeNewswire
Foreclosures and short sales drive down home values. If you've had a significant number of distressed sales in your neighborhood, you might assume that your next property tax bill will automatically reflect the lower local home values. Comment?