Keansburg Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Keansburg, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources.
Monday Nov 18 | via Patch.com
Federal legislation setting rules for the National Flood Insurance Program that could bring skyrocketing premiums for Middletown and other Jersey Shore residents must be repealed or reformed, a resolution passed by Township Committee members declares. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 12 | via Asbury Park Press
Century 21 Major Realty, is moving its offices to 290 West Water Street, Toms River, a more convenient and efficient location in historic downtown Toms River, after more than 35 years at its Fisher Boulevard location. Comment?
Nov 4, 2013 | via Asbury Park Press
Sandy survivors still experiencing stress related to disaster financial recovery can speak with representatives from Operation HOPE/HOPE Coalition America on Fridays from 1-3 PM in the following locations: November 8th St. Mark's Church 247 Carr Ave. Keansburg November 15th Atlantic Highland's Burough Hall 100 First Ave. Novermber 22nd Sea ... (more) Comment?
Oct 29, 2013 | via Patch.com
The main meeting room at the new Howell Municipal Building will be hosting a special event on Tuesday morning for people struggling through these tough economic times. Comment?
Oct 27, 2013 | via Daily Record
I've got an idea for a new marketing campaign. Take Gov. Christie, his wife and their fresh-faced kids in their button-down Oxfords and plant them smack in the middle of "Bayshore Manor," formerly known as the 800 block of Third Street in Union Beach. Comment?
Yesterday | via Bloomberg
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the U.S.-owned mortgage-finance companies, will raise the fees they charge lenders to guarantee loans as part of an effort to shrink their presence in the mortgage market, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said. Comment?
Saturday Dec 7 | via My Verona NJ
If you're a prospective home seller in Verona, this may be your Hanukah or Christmas gift: The average sale price of a home in Verona rose 9.2% in the first eleven months of this year. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via Clarks Hometown News Patriot
New Jersey has entered into a $6.25 million settlement with PHH Mortgage Corporation that resolves allegations the company misled financially struggling homeowners who sought loan modifications or other help to avoid mortgage delinquency or foreclosure, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and Division of Law Director Christopher S. Porrino ... (more) Comment?
Tuesday Dec 3 | via NJ.com
Home prices in New Jersey remained stagnant between September and October, reflecting a nationwide cooling down-period for the real estate market, according to a monthly Home Price Index report from CoreLogic , a real estate analytic firm. Comment?
Thursday Nov 21 | via The Alternative Press
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ Seeking both technological and aesthetic upgrades, Prudential New Jersey Properties' New Providence Office recently moved to a new location within the Village Shopping Center at 1260 Springfield Ave. The new location features a lobby media-scape, wireless and wired Internet, and high-definition window display. Comment?
6 min ago | via The Port Chester Daily Voice
Star Exemption: The deadline is approaching for applying for the Star Exemption. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Mail
Tesco Bank has announced it is to hire 300 new members of staff as it gears up to launch a current account next year. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Hudson Reporter
Sources close to U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez confirmed Tuesday that he was engaged Alicia Mucci on Dec. 9 in the Capitol Rotunda. Comment?
14 min ago | via MarketWatch
With Mel Watt at the head of a federal housing-finance regulator, it may be easier for borrowers to get cheaper mortgages and the recently flagging housing-market recovery could get a boost, according to a Wednesday analyst note. Comment?
14 min ago | via Inman News
But the Toronto Real Estate Board is publicly denouncing the plan, which would reportedly eliminate the Toronto Home Buyer Tax on the first $200,000 value of a property, but also get rid of a rebate for first-time homebuyers that refunds the tax they pay on the first $400,000 of property value. Comment?