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Jul 17, 2014 | via Business Journal
The RealtyTrac real estate market data analysis firm has released a massive amount of foreclosure statistics in a mid-year report showing a general downward trend in sour loans in or headed toward foreclosure. Comment?
Jul 6, 2014 | via The Advocate
A quick exchange at the conclusion of a recent Newark Development Partners meeting showed both the positive and challenging aspects of the new economy. Comment?
May 6, 2014 | via The Advocate
The Ohio Supreme Court said the number of new mortgage foreclosures in the state was down in 2013 for the fourth consecutive year. Comment?
Saturday Nov 22 | via Hudson Hub-Times
Dallas, Texas-based Supreme Lending has expanded its reach into Ohio by opening a regional office in Stow where its Ohio-based staff can assist clients in securing mortgage loans with in-depth knowledge of the Ohio real estate market. Supreme is a Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac seller/servicer offering a full range of mortgage programs including conforming and non-conforming loans; FHA, VA and USDA loans; investment loans and renovation loans; condo and Jumbo loans. Comment?
Thursday Nov 20 | via Cleveland.com
Home sales rose in the Buckeye State and across the nation last month, topping September's performance and beating last year's levels. The Ohio Association of Realtors said Thursday that sales of new and previously owned homes jumped 5.5 percent from September to October, based on seasonally adjusted figures. Comment?
Thursday Nov 20 | via Business Journal
RealtyTrac reports that while the 69 home flips in the third quarter in Dayton represented an 11 percent decline from the second quarter, the region had a 1 percent increase for the year. Home flipping has declined in Ohio and across the nation, but the year-over-year data shows the practice had a slight increase in Dayton. Comment?
Sunday Nov 16 | via The Columbus Dispatch
New borrowers are signing up for home-equity lines of credit just as older borrowers are learning an important lesson about the loans. The number of Americans getting home-equity lines jumped 21 percent this year to a six-year high, according to the credit service Equifax. Comment?
Thursday Nov 13 | via Business Journal
Coldwell Banker Real Estate has created a side-by-side comparison of four-bedroom, two-bathroom home prices in 2,000 markets across the country. Comment?
9 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
According to a legal notice in The Standard-Times, a mortgagee's sale of the VFW is scheduled for 10 a.m. Dec. 4 at the VFW because of a "breach of the conditions" of the mortgage given to Walter Polchlopek Jr. of Fairhaven. Polchlopek has an individual mortgage for $75,000, according to records in the Registry of Deeds in New Bedford. It is one of four liens on file at the Registry against the VFW property at 109 Middle St. "No, it's never going to close," said Jeff Cardoza, post commander. Comment?
12 min ago | via Room 8
The series focuses primarily on Manhattan, New York's Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department. Each vignette is based on true accounts of consumers' experiences, and facts found mainly in public court records, police reports, public hearing records, and newspaper articles. Comment?
14 min ago | via CTV
U.S. consumers and businesses spent cautiously last month, a sign that strong growth during the spring and summer may decelerate in the final three months of the year. The figures released Wednesday were a mild disappointment after data the previous day showed the economy had expanded at the fastest pace in over a decade in the second and third quarters. Comment?
16 min ago | via Reuters
The dollar fell on Wednesday after disappointing U.S. home sales data, but global equity markets edged higher on hopes for more stimulus from the European Central Bank and the prospect that stocks may be a better investment than other alternatives. The less-than robust data fed worries the U.S. economy might be losing momentum. Comment?
17 min ago | via South China Morning Post
Analysts say mainland move to reduce lending costs expected to help firms with heavy borrowings and spark rise in home sales and prices In recent months the mainland's property market has been slowing down, with prices falling in many key cities in response to government cooling measures. Photo: Reuters Property companies with high levels of onshore debt are expected to benefit from the interest rate cuts by the People's Bank of China last week. Comment?
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