Highland Park Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Highland Park, IL continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Sep 9 | via Daily Herald
Media reports about rising home prices, strangely enough, are starting to have a dampening effect on the local housing market, said Royal Hartwig, a member of the Royal Family team at Keller-Williams Realty's Palatine office. "After hearing these optimistic reports, sellers who have been holding back are deciding that it is time to list their homes. Comment?
Aug 11, 2014 | via Lake Forester
Lake County Circuit Judge Mitch Hoffman of Highland Park has been stemming the tide of foreclosure suits one home at a time, taking his message about the court's Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Program on the road. Comment?
Jun 13, 2014 | via Chicago Tribune
Thousands of homes in the Chicago area have been the subject of foreclosure-related auctions that have taken place in courthouse lobbies or auction house meeting rooms. Comment?
Jun 2, 2014 | via Cinema Blend News
How much would you be willing to pay for a piece of movie memorabilia? If you are, say, Abe Froman, money may be no issue. Comment?
Jun 1, 2014 | via Time
Visitors tour the pavilion in the back of the modernist home in Highland Park, Ill., that was featured in the movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" in 2009. Comment?
12 hrs ago | via American Reporter
Developments in the United Kingdom and Italy may ease some bon and stock market pressures, but on the eve of an emergency G-7 Finance Ministers' meeting Friday, I will provide them with a list from my money prescription pad, which, like my kids, they will likely ignore. First, how we got here, or rather the last few days of how we got here. Comment?
Saturday Sep 13 | via The Motley Fool
How is the economy doing? It depends on where you look. In some states, people are practically choking on credit problems, while in others, serious financial difficulties are relatively rare. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 9 | via Daily Herald
Q. One of our owners abandoned his unit three years ago. The board felt it would just be a matter of time before the owner's mortgage company would foreclose, but so far nothing has happened, and the real estate taxes are being paid by the mortgage company. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 10 | via Free Press
The housing bubble that peaked in 2006, then recorded record lows for home prices in December 2008, helped to prompt the recession. The result was homeowners scrambling to pay for their properties, and skyrocketing foreclosures forced states to enact laws against predatory lenders and to help keep people from being kicked out of their homes. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 9 | via Seeking Alpha
Michelle Van Dyke who currently serves the company as regional president, has been named president of Fifth Third mortgage division a change I did not predict in my last article. Given the importance of the mortgage division to the earnings of Fifth Third and Ms. Comment?
7 min ago | via Finextra Research news
Growth in internet and mobile technologies has transformed many industries and economies. The market forces and competitive landscape has completely changed in many sectors. Comment?
10 min ago | via GlobalNews
The country's real estate association put out fresh price and sales figures for August this week, and nationally, home prices appear to still be growing quite strongly. But like politics, in real estate, all matters are local. Comment?
11 min ago | via Business Journal
Fifth Third Bank seized the property, at 202 W. Yamato Road, in 2010 after foreclosing on the late Gregory K. Talbott 's $9.4 million mortgage. The latest price for the nearly 28,000-square-foot center is significantly more than that amount. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Independent
David Cameron made an emotional plea to Scots to save the union by voting "no" in Thursday's referendum, warning there is "no going back" from independence. Speaking in Aberdeen on Monday, the Prime Minister argued that separation would mean a new currency for Scotland, families separated, pensions sliced up and a border created with England. Comment?
22 min ago | via Planning
Sept. 16 --The need for more housing for workers and families is something many people seem to agree on in Healdsburg , but the trick will be whether and how to alter the city's restrictive growth cap to make it happen. The tension between the desire for more affordable housing versus the fear of rampant development was on display Monday night as the City Council and members of the public weighed in on a possible amendment to Healdsburg's growth management ordinance. Comment?
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC