Mount Olive Real Estate News
Friday Apr 10 | via Goldsboro News-Argus
Dean Thompson, center, accepts the Realtor of the Year award from Michael Ellis, president of the Goldsboro-Wayne County Association of Realtors, on Thursday. Comment?
Dec 22, 2014 | via Goldsboro News-Argus
New officers for the Goldsboro-Wayne County Association of Realtors are, left to right, front row, Michael Ellis, president, RE/Max Complete, Bobbi Platen, president-elect, RE/Max Complete, George Lanier, vice president, RE/Max Complete, and Christine VanLue, secretary/treasurer, Statewide Realty; and back row,... Comment?
1 hr ago | via National Mortgage News
Republicans may have found a targeted term to explain why their financial reforms are stalling in Washington: the "Elizabeth Warren phenomenon." That was the phrase used by Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-N.C., to explain why certain regulatory relief bills were at a standstill. Comment?
Yesterday | via WMBF
A conference discussing who will get mortgages in the future and under what conditions has policymakers and bankers meeting in North Carolina. The annual American Mortgage Conference starts Monday in Raleigh. Comment?
Yesterday | via WSOCTV
Spring is high season for selling a home and in Charlotte -- along with the rest of North Carolina -- there's a new factor impacting prices. This is the first year North Carolina has placed a letter grade on every school in the state. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Columbian
Want to buy your first home with little or nothing down and maybe get a refund on part of your realty agent's commission? Here's one way: Consider joining a credit union that is aggressively growing its mortgage business. Credit unions have been expanding their presence in housing - more than quadrupling their share of total mortgage market volume in the past nine years, according to the National Association of Federal Credit Unions - by offering deals you simply can't find at most banks. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via Creative Loafing
As a soon-to-be college graduate getting ready to brave the big girl world , I'm beginning to realize that the concept of full-time employment is a terrifying land of political mumbo jumbo and sticky financial stakes. This fear became even more real when I watched President Obama speak to 100 or so women bloggers and Charlotte natives at ImaginOn library yesterday about issues facing America's families. Comment?
3 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
With the start of the second quarter, investors are once again embracing fixed-income investments, which had fallen out of investors' favor over the equities due to interest rate hike speculations. This is especially true amid increased market volatility and heightened uncertainty that dampened the appeal for riskier assets in recent weeks. Comment?
4 hrs ago | via Edmonton Real Estate Blog
Alberta has long been the cheapest place in Canada to buy a home, when it comes to closing costs. However, the new provincial budget that was announced last month included a massive increase in fees from the Land Titles Office. Comment?
9 min ago | via Reuters
Hong Kong's stock market surge is turning up the heat in one of the world's most expensive property markets, as mainland China investors plough quick profits into million-dollar mansions in what analysts say may be a record year for home sales. The Hong Kong stocks spree has sent the benchmark Hang Seng Index to seven-year highs as mainland investors snapped comparative bargains before pocketing gains. Comment?
13 min ago | via The Times of Trenton
While deployed in Afghanistan in 2011, his base was attacked and he was injured as he tried to take cover. Murray, 33, suffered a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder, but stayed in the Army to provide his wife and children with a good life. Comment?
14 min ago | via Housing Wire
Home prices are rising roughly twice as fast as wages, putting pressure on potential homebuyers and heightening the risk that any uptick in interest rates could be a setback. The solution, according to some of the nation's leading housing economists who spoke Tuesday at an economic and policy forum focusing on the housing market is that a new balance has to be struck between regulation and opportunity. Comment?
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