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Wednesday Mar 11 | via Cleveland.com
The United Way of Medina County 's fledgling employment sustainability program is off to a good start, with 41 clients and 21 jobs secured as of earlier this month. "It's coming together really well," said Employing Medina County program manager Mike Kobylka, who has been at the helm since the end of January. Comment?
Jan 7, 2015 | via The Medina Gazette
Medina County commissioners agreed Tuesday to lower the charge per ton of trash delivered to the Medina County Central Processing Facility in Westfield Township from $61 to $57. County officials said they no longer needed to charge as much because the mortgage on the recycling center was paid off last year. Comment?
Sep 4, 2014 | via West Side and South Side Leader
Owners of some residential properties in Norton have been notified by the Summit County Good Deeds Project a simple change to their deeds could keep their property out of Summit County Probate Court. Last month, about 2,000 letters were mailed to Norton residents whose property would require Probate Court involvement should one of the owners die, said Barberton Municipal Court Judge Todd McKenney. Comment?
18 hrs ago | via WKSU-FM Kent
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Friday Mar 27 | via Housing Wire
Earlier this week RealtyTrac reported that wage growth has fallen behind home price growth by a ratio of 13:1 in three out of every four markets in the United States surveyed. Now comes a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland that, perhaps counter-intuitively, wages grew faster during the recession, and became stagnant in the "recovery." Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via Toledo Blade
Last year in Lucas County, nearly 1 in 3 home buyers made down payments of 3 percent or less, according to a new study of home buying in 386 counties nationwide by real estate data firm RealtyTrac. Considering that Lucas County's median home price was $76,075 at the end of December, a down payment of 3 percent equated just $2,282. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 10 | via Credit.com
Foreclosure activity in the U.S. declined 9.39% from February 2014 to February 2015, with one in every 1,295 housing units in some stage of foreclosure last month. That's the lowest the national foreclosure rate has been since July 2006, according to RealtyTrac's monthly report on the foreclosure market. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via Daily Herald
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles could soon issue photo-less state identification cards under a proposal that an Indiana Senate committee passed Tuesday. The Homeland Security and Transportation Committee voted 8-0 to approve the measure, which would allow a religious exemption to Indiana's photo requirement on state IDs. Comment?
24 min ago | via Business Journal
The Florida Bar announced that the Supreme Court is disciplining 28 attorneys, including a permanent disciplinary revocation for a Jacksonville lawyer. Brenda L. McCann , who was first admitted to the Bar in 2000, faces the revocation immediately. Comment?
27 min ago | via Business Journal
If any proof is needed that the great recession is a thing of the past for most Coloradans, just look at the foreclosure numbers released Tuesday by the Colorado Division of Housing. Reporting on the numbers, Inside Real Estate News noted foreclosure filings dropped 25.2 percent, to 9,263, in a dozen major counties in Colorado last year. Comment?
28 min ago | via Lexington Herald-Leader
There were 636 home sales that closed in February in the nine-parish area, according to figures released Tuesday to The Advocate by the Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors' Multiple Listing Service. That compares with 607 closed sales in February 2014. Comment?
32 min ago | via Contra Costa Times
It takes something more audacious to sell beachfront property these days to the global ultra-wealthy who arrive in Miami with millions to spend on second or third homes. It takes words invested with meaning in the language of the international jet set: With a slew of residential and hotel developments, Miami is embracing the notion that homes, like cars, handbags and jewelry, should carry luxe designer labels. Comment?
32 min ago | via Florida Trend
U.S. home price increases continued to rise at a steady pace in January, as the housing market deals with affordability problems and a lack of properties listed for sale. The Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home-price index rose 4.6 percent in January compared with 12 months earlier. Comment?
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