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Monday Feb 23 | via The Gleaner
I have applied three times to the United States embassy, and my application for a visa was denied each time. My husband has a visa but has only travelled once because it was my aunt and uncle whom he visited and he's not very comfortable alone with them. Comment?
Monday Feb 23 | via The Miami Herald
Home prices in Miami-Dade continued slow but steady growth in January, a sign that the housing market is plateauing after making up much of the ground lost during the recession. The median sale price for a single-family home hit $237,500 last month, up 5.6 percent from $225,000 a year ago, according to a report released Monday by the Miami Association of Realtors. Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via Business Journal
Little more than one year after Miami Beach-based BridgeInvest provided a $36.5 million mortgage to John B. Kennelly and his companies to save waterfront homesites in Broward and Palm Beach counties from foreclosure, the loan has allegedly gone into default. BI Boca Boynton Portfolio filed a foreclosure lawsuit on Feb. 5 against Kennelly, along with land holding companies Hillsboro Mile Properties, Enclave at Hillsboro, Lake Placid Waterfront Properties, Antipodean Properties, Remi Hillsboro, Kerekes Land Trust Properties, Enclave at Boynton Waters Properties, and Estate of Boynton Waters Properties. Comment?
Saturday Feb 7 | via Hollywood Gazette
National 2-1-1 Day is Feb. 11 ; participating local businesses and restaurants to offer special 2-1-1 Deals February 11 is the official National 2-1-1 Day in recognition of the free, confidential, easy to remember phone number that connects Broward County residents to essential community information and services such as crisis intervention, healthcare, rent and mortgage assistance, food and shelter, job training, transportation, childcare, senior care, veteran services and much more. Comment?
Thursday Feb 5 | via The Miami Herald
Almost $1 million in taxpayer loans may never be repaid because of the forced sale of Sixth Street Plaza, the centerpiece of Fort Lauderdale's ambitious plans to revitalize the Sistrunk Boulevard corridor, at a public auction on May 5. Broward County Circuit Court Judge Carlos Rodriguez ordered the sale of the troubled 22,825-square-foot office and retail plaza at 900 NW Sixth St. in November at the request of Regent Bank. Regent Bank gave Sixth Street Plaza Inc. and its president, Maria J. Freeman, a nearly $2.3 million mortgage in 2005 to construct a "flagship" project to revitalize the Sistrunk Boulevard corridor. Comment?
Yesterday | via Business Journal
In another positive sign for Central Florida's housing market, Orlando closed out 2014 with decreases in the foreclosure rate and mortgage delinquency rate in December 2014 - the 24th consecutive month of declines, according a new CoreLogic report. The rate of Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford area foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans was 3.42 percent for the month of December 2014, the latest data available from CoreLogic . Comment?
Tuesday Mar 3 | via Business Journal
Central Florida builders have been hard at work bringing new homes into the market - and new single-family home prices in the region grew by 4 percent in fourth-quarter 2014, according to a new report from Charles Wayne Consulting Inc. Metro Orlando's submarkets saw average fourth-quarter new home sales prices cover a pretty wide range of pricing, from $189,300 in the Howey-In-the-Hills/Astatula submarket in Lake County to $501,200 in the Sanford/Lake Mary submarket in Seminole County. Together, all markets saw an average sales price of $339,791 for new single-family homes by production builders in last year's fourth quarter, which compared with $369,109 in the year-earlier period. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 3 | via GlobeSt.com
What's happening in Austin CRE? Find out when GlobeSt.com launches it's latest dedicated page AUSTIN and sign up for the week's hottest features delivered each Thursday. MIAMI-With the flood of capital coming into the multifamily sector, where do tertiary markets rank on the investor radar screen? That was one topic of discussion at RealShare Apartments East last week in Miami. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via The Miami Herald
The condo short sale - a lender-approved transaction in which a unit sells for less than the total outstanding loan amount - appears to have all but disappeared in coastal South Florida, at least until the next tricounty real estate crash. Comment?
Sunday Mar 1 | via The Real Deal
Question: Is there any truth to the allegation that some developers are not paying real estate commissions for preconstruction condo purchases as promised? Developers are asked to trust that their general contractors can construct their new condo projects as planned. Buyers are asked to trust that the developers will deliver the preconstruction condo projects as promised. Comment?
1 min ago | via GantDaily.com
The five bedroom French Mediterranean-style home has a newly remodeled master suite complete with a "sexy bathroom," according to the listing by real estate agent Barbara Alpert. The two-story home has a family room with a wet bar, a sunken living room and a formal dining room. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Mirror.co.uk
Life may begin at 50, but it is also the age which is likely to be the most expensive of people's lives, new research suggests. People approaching their half-century often face a "financial pinch point", whereby they are not only dealing with their own large living expenses such as a mortgage which is yet to be fully repaid, but also covering the costs of family members, such as children going through university, a report from Investec Wealth and Investment found. Comment?
7 min ago | via Daily Kos
The next GOP-led crisis is on the horizon-the debt limit needs to be raised again, preferably now, but things get really dire in October or November, according to the Congressional Budget Office . Treasury Sec. Jacob Lew sent a letter Friday relaying the ominous news to Speaker John Boehner, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, and others. Comment?
12 min ago | via Reuters
Brazilian credits held steady Friday as the rest of the region watched spreads widen after a robust US jobs report sparked a sell-off in Treasuries and equities. The yield on 10-year US Treasuries widened by nearly 14bp on Friday to 2.245%, its highest level so far this year, as traders increased bets that the Fed might start raising interest rates this summer. Comment?
18 min ago | via Sinn Fein Newsroom
The people of Ireland will soon be faced with a choice. A choice about the type of society you want to live in. Comment?
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