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Apr 11, 2015 | via The York Daily Record
For the first three months of 2015, York County home sales were 15 percent higher than they were the same period last year, continuing a trend of double-digit percentage growth. The Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties said in a news release that 933 homes were sold through March 2015. Comment?
Feb 10, 2015 | via York Dispatch
A total of 267 homes sold in York County last month, compared to 234 in January 2013, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Realtors Association of York and Adams Counties. JERUSALEM - An Israeli man looking for a job may need to add "drug dealer" to his resume. Comment?
Feb 5, 2015 | via Evening Sun
Although M&T Bank is closing teller services at its Center Square branch, customers will still be able to use the location for mortgage, business banking and investment services, a bank spokesman said. M&T recently posted a sign in the window of its downtown Hanover location stating that the branch would close permanently on April 24 at 2 p.m. That notice, though, only refers to the branch's retail services, said bank spokesman Philip Hosmer. Comment?
Jan 2, 2015 | via York Dispatch
The year ahead looks to build on those gains with dropping unemployment, increasing property values and gas prices that should stay well below $3 per gallon throughout the entirety of 2015. York County began the year with a 6.2 percent unemployment rate in January. Comment?
Oct 22, 2014 | via The York Daily Record
York Traditions Bank posted a larger profit in the third quarter, driven by higher income from lending and larger gains on the sale of mortgages. The York Township-based bank had net income of $621,000, or $608,000 after paying out dividends on preferred stock, for the quarter ending Sept. Comment?
13 hrs ago | via National Review Online
A sprawling brick house in Oklahoma City's historic Highland Park neighborhood, it was built in 1924, just a year after Mary's birth. Decades later, one of Vessels' great-grandchildren fondly recalls the wood and tile floors, the fish pond, the butler's quarters, and the multi-car garage where children played house. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Philly.com
More sales but lower prices characterized the suburban real estate market in 2015's first quarter, as the Philadelphia region continued to extricate itself from the housing downturn. An analysis by economist Kevin Gillen of data provided by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Fox & Roach Realtors showed that the typical suburban house sold fell in value by 1.8 percent in the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter. Comment?
Friday May 22 | via PennLive.com
In photo from left to right are Barbara Schmidt, senior vice president and general manager of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania; Ann Marie Haggerty, an office manager at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; Quentin Miller, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania and Ryan Hess, vice president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Central Pennsylvania. Less than a mile separated two real estate offices on Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Twp. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via TaxVox
Will cuts to a state's top income tax rate boost growth? Not necessarily. In a new TPC paper , Bill Gale, Aaron Krupkin, and Kim Rueben find little evidence linking state-level economic growth and taxes, especially income tax policy. Comment?
Apr 25, 2015 | via WICU12 Erie
Sales have jumped more than 30 percent compared to this time last year, according to Howard Hanna realtors of Erie. Nearly 800 new homes were sold in the Erie area among five major brokers during the first quarter of 2015. Comment?
5 min ago | via KFVS12
A New York City man has pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud in connection to the Marshall Reed Apartments in Carbondale, Illinois. Maximus A. Yaney, 38, of New York, New York, pleaded guilty to mortgage fraud and was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison, to be followed by two years of supervised release. Comment?
5 min ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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9 min ago | via USA Today
Just seven years after his brokerage firm collapsed under a mountain of troubled mortgages, former Lehman Bros. Chairman and CEO Dick Fuld is back in the real estate business. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Courthouse News Service
New York City's attempt to build on federal banking laws has become ripe for federal court review by way of its new mayor, the industry claims. Tuesday's complaint by the New York Bankers Association takes aim at a law that would collect and publish data such as bank foreclosures and mortgage modifications. Comment?
10 min ago | via WLUK-TV Green Bay
There isn't a concrete plan yet for how millions of dollars in excess Lambeau Field sales tax revenue will be spent, or even how if it will be split up among Brown County communities, however, Green Bay's mayor already has a plan for some of the money. Mayor Jim Schmitt wants to offer Green Bay's portion of the money to recent college graduates for low interest, fixed mortgages. Comment?
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