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Jan 21, 2015 | via Sonoran News
TEMPE Investors appear to be returning to the Phoenix-area housing market. The latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University examines that new trend, as well as the possibility of a future supply problem. Comment?
Nov 14, 2014 | via Business Wire
The report is available at 'www.fitchratings.com'. Additional information is available at 'www.fitchratings... Research and Markets: Global Poultry and Meat Product Market to 2018 - Market Size, Growth, and Forecasts in Over 70 Countries )--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Poultry and Meat Product Market to 2018 - ... )--Re: Nordea Bank Finland EUR 150,000,000.00 MATURING: 17-Feb-2015 ISIN: XS0747497047 PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE INTEREST RATE FOR THE PERIOD 17-Nov-2014 TO 17-Feb-2015 HAS... )--First Merchants Corporation declared a cash dividend on November 13, 2014 of $0.08 per share, payable on December 19, 2014, to shareholders of record o... )--Fitch Ratings expects to assign the following ratings and Rating Outlooks to the notes issued by Santander Drive Auto Receivables Trust 2014-5: --$176,300,000 class A-1 n... )--Re: ARRAN RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGES ... (more) Comment?
Nov 12, 2014 | via Business Journal
Scottsdale is Arizona's most expensive real estate market but it's well off the most expensive cities in the U.S, which are almost all in California. At the other end of price points, Maricopa and other Pinal County markets have the cheapest home prices, according to new report from Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. The residential real estate firm looked at listing prices for homes with four bedrooms and two bathrooms in U.S. cities. Comment?
Sep 22, 2014 | via Realtor Magazine
Areas on the outskirts of cities - known as the exurbs - were among some of the hardest hit during the housing crisis, but these areas are gradually recovering years ahead of when many economists had predicted. It all comes down to the decrease in home affordability: Home buyers in search of lower prices are taking their searches further afield. Comment?
Sep 10, 2014 | via KTAR
Demand for houses in Maricopa and Pinal counties declined in July compared to the same month of 2013, but that shouldn't be read as a sign of another housing bubble, according to a report by Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business. "It's kind of the opposite of bubble," said Mike Orr, director of the school's Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice. Comment?
9 hrs ago | via Verde Independent
The more we learn about the Republican budget that passed in the dark of night with no public review and without a transparent democratic process, the more clearly we can see how detrimental it is for the people of Arizona. The budget fails by cutting basic poverty programs that provide emergency food for hungry children and families. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via Business Journal
Once again I'm sitting in real estate school listening to a market forecast as I renew my license. It's always fun to come to these classes to see what the real estate community is thinking and whether it has any relation to what the tech entrepreneurship community is actually doing. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via The Arizona Republic
Swept away: AZ Legislature takes money meant for homeowner aid Even though money had already been promised to many, Arizona takes housing settlement funds Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1GBBV65 The $15 million left in Arizona's share of the National Mortgage Settlement was taken by the state Legislature last week, swept into the general fund. More than a dozen housing non-profits are now scrambling to find ways to help people who were waiting or even approved to receive aid from the fund. Comment?
Monday Mar 2 | via Business Journal
Realtors are backing a bill at the Arizona Legislature to stop cities from forcing them to get multiple business licenses. The Arizona Association of Realtors supports Senate Bill 1368. Comment?
Feb 15, 2015 | via The Arizona Republic
Mesa brothers get prison in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Two Mesa brothers sent to federal prison for using business in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1Dv4yCt Two Mesa brothers who pleaded guilty to using their business in a $28 million mortgage fraud scheme, have both been sentenced to federal prison and ordered to pay restitution to banks. Scott and Kevin Lee used Summit Capital to originate fraudulent loans using bogus loan applications, forged signatures, and false financial and construction-related documents. Comment?
17 min ago | via Weirton Daily Times
The top producing agents for 2014 in the firm's Ohio and West Virginia markets were recognized during the annual Harvey Goodman Realtor Sales Award Ceremony at Oglebay Park's Wilson Lodge. Comment?
44 min ago | via Erie Times News
Walaa and Ahmed Ahmed dream of one day owning a home of their own. $ID/ornm66- But the Ahmeds -- she's 27 and he's 29 -- are putting off house-hunting for now. Comment?
48 min ago | via The Maryland Gazette
Health Insurance, life Insurance, dental, vision, disability and long term care insurance. I know, you feel "insured to death" with the hundreds, if not thousands of dollars spent monthly to protect yourself from the inevitable event that become evitable. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Straits Times
Real estate agent Joanne Lee, 35, with her friend in front of Parliament House. They have been waiting since 6.45am, where a crowd of about 30 has gathered. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Denton Record-Chronicle
Q: I am a 78-year-old widow and would like your opinion on what makes sense when it comes to buying a car. I have always paid cash. Comment?
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