Lake Ridge Real Estate News
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Jul 10, 2014 | via The Washington Post
Home sales remain stubbornly slow in the D.C. region, even as mortgage rates continue to fall . Comment?
Jun 17, 2014 | via Business Journal
It was a slow month for housing sales in Northern Virginia last month, and prices for the most part were lower than a year ago. Comment?
Jun 10, 2014 | via Patch.com
The Prince William County housing market is the healthiest it has been in years, according to the latest data from Real Estate Business Intelligence. Comment?
May 23, 2014 | via I-Newswire.com
Claudia S. Nelson, Realtor with Keller Williams Realty in Woodbridge VA, just SOLD another 3 level townhouse style condo in Potomac Club Woodbridge VA. Comment?
May 19, 2014 | via The Washington Post
No one knows what happened to the dog before he was shut away in a closet at an empty apartment. Comment?
Wednesday | via Business News
Barclays , HSBC and bailed-out Royal Bank of Scotland are among 13 banks facing fraud allegations and a claim for $1.15bn in damages in the US state of Virginia over the sale of mortgage bonds during the financial crisis . The Virginia attorney general, Mark Herring, made the accusations, which relate to the sale of bonds to the state's retirement fund from 2004 to 2010. Comment?
Jun 14, 2014 | via The Virginian-Pilot
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Tuesday announced a $1.15 billion lawsuit against 13 of the nation's biggest banks, accusing them of misleading a state retirement fund about the quality of bonds made up of residential mortgages. The lawsuit, unsealed in Richmond Circuit Court, is the largest financial fraud action ever brought by the state of Virginia. Comment?
Tuesday | via WTVR Richmond
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced a historic lawsuit Tuesday against some of the largest commercial banks in the world, for fraud allegedly committed against Virginia taxpayers during the height of the real estate bubble. A whistleblower helped shed light on the fraudulent operations. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 16 | via WWWV-FM Charlottesville
The largest financial fraud lawsuit ever filed by a Virginia attorney general. Mark Herring is going after some of the world's largest banks. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 16 | via Housing Wire
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced a giant lawsuit against some of the largest commercial banks for fraud committed against Virginia taxpayers during the height of the financial crisis. On Tuesday, the Richmond Circuit Court announced it is seeking $1.15 billion in damages against 13 banks that are each accused of fraudulently misleading the Virginia Retirement System during the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities to the state retirement fund. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via Erie Times News
Strong stock market gains and higher home prices boosted Americans' net worth in the April-June period to a record high, a trend that could encourage more spending. U.S. households also took on the most new debt in five years, driven mostly by student and auto loans. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Jackson Sun
The FTC and other agencies have been busy busting scams that prey on homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments Mortgage relief scams busted The FTC and other agencies have been busy busting scams that prey on homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: The FTC and other agencies have been busy busting scams that prey on homeowners struggling to make their mortgage payments. According to one market analyst, almost 700,000 homes were in some stage of foreclosure in April. Comment?
35 min ago | via Xinhuanet
U.S. fixed mortgage rates edged up due to an increase in 10-year Treasury yields and lower energy prices, said the Primary Mortgage Market Survey released Thursday by Freddie Mac. The U.S. mortgage giant said the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 4.23 percent in the week ending Thursday, higher than 4. 12 percent last week, lower than the rate of 4.50 percent a year ago. Comment?
48 min ago | via Amarillo.com
The list is Forbes' compilation of 19 cities where it might be easier for professionals ages 25 to 39 to "make your mark," according to the article by reporter Erin Carlyle. Forbes looked at three factors - median home sales prices, unemployment rates and trends, and population growth for cities of at least 150,000 people. Comment?
58 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
HOMESTEAD, Fla.-The exurbs are starting to make a comeback, signaling that the housing market's recovery is slowly spreading beyond major cities. Areas on the outskirts of cities went bust earlier and harder than most other places during the housing downturn. Comment?
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