Lakewood Real Estate News
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Monday Mar 2 | via The Madison Press
More than 14,600 blighted properties around Ohio have been demolished in the past two years under a program aimed at benefiting areas affected by foreclosures, according to the state's attorney general. Ohio used $75 million from a national settlement with major mortgage servicers to create a grant program in 2012 to revitalize neighborhoods and eliminate abandoned structures. Comment?
Monday Mar 2 | via WVIZ-TV Cleveland
Leaders in economic development, arts and culture, health and more have offered their advice to new Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. He brought them together to help set priorities and strategies, as ideastream's Joanna Richards reports. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via Tribune-Chronicle
Trumbull County tore down more than 350 housing units before the Moving Ohio Forward grant program expired in December, but that doesn't mean the razing will stop - the Trumbull County Land Bank has a $3.2 million federal grant to continue demolitions and implement greening programs. Through the U.S. Department of Treasury's Hardest Hit Program, the demolitions will go on, but unlike the state's program, this time the funds can also be used on public greening projects, Matt Martin, director of Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, or TNP, said. Comment?
Saturday Feb 28 | via Cleveland.com
An out-of-state buyer who paid virtually nothing for the University Square shopping center in 2013 is more than $12 million behind on property taxes and debt payments - putting the long-ailing East Side property on the path to foreclosure. A lender's lawsuit filed in early February caps a prolonged slide for University Square, which has struggled with mounting vacancy and a heavy debt load since its completion in 2003. Comment?
Saturday Feb 28 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Newark Mayor Jeff Hall visits a Habitat for Humanity home built where a blighted house was demolished using grant money. Over the past 2 1/2 years, Hall has used the money to demolish more than 50 abandoned and dilapidated buildings in the city. Comment?
6 hrs ago | via WBNS
Dental care has been called Ohio's greatest unmet health need. Many low income people rely on Medicaid to pay for visits to the dentist. Comment?
Wednesday | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
Real Estate Digital , a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solutionstar, has announced the launch of its new rDocs document management system and reached an agreement with HER REALTORSA to become the first user of this new, online, paperless management system for its brokerage and agents. The rDocs system allows the broker to pick and choose the features their office needs including electronic forms, documents and eSignature within a single platform. Comment?
Monday Mar 2 | via Aurora Advocate
Cleveland shivers through coldest February on record Cleveland - Cleveland-area residents can say they survived the coldest February in recorded weather history and the second-coldest month ever. Northeast Ohio Media Group reports that Cleveland set records for the average daily low temperature in February at 5.2 degrees and the lowest average daily high temperature at 23.4 degrees. Comment?
Monday Mar 2 | via The Daily Record
The state helped to demolish more than 14,600 homes abandoned to foreclosure, through a program funded by a settlement with mortgage services. Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the completion of the Moving Ohio Forward Demolition Grant Program Friday, capping a couple of years of efforts to remove deteriorating structures from neighborhoods. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via TheCourier.com
By ANN SANNER Associated Press COLUMBUS - More than 14,600 blighted properties around Ohio, including 365 in Hancock and surrounding counties, have been demolished in the past two years under a program aimed at benefiting areas affected by foreclosures, the state's attorney general said Friday. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Patch.com
Elaine Falkenberg is a full time realtor with William Raveis in Darien. She has been a realtor serving Darien & Rowayton for over 11 years and has produced over $150 mill in sales. Comment?
7 min ago | via Credit.com
The home equity line of credit had been around for many years before it became a hugely popular financial product in the early 2000s. When the financial crisis happened in 2008, drastically lower home valuations put a stop to the HELOC boom, and today we see far fewer being issued by lending institutions. Comment?
8 min ago | via Credit.com
You probably already know it's a good idea to review your credit reports and your credit scores. But what happens when you get a copy of your credit report and you aren't sure what to make of it? In a recent survey by Credit.com , 27% of consumers who said they had reviewed their credit reports were surprised by some of the information they found. Comment?
8 min ago | via Credit.com
It can often seem like your monthly income flows right back out. If you feel like your money is gone before you even have a chance to choose where it goes, you may need to get a handle on your finances . Comment?
13 min ago | via UnionLeader.com
Question: We just got declined for financing to purchase a really nice condominium that was in great condition and very affordable for us. Comment?
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