Muncy Valley Real Estate News
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Oct 9, 2014 | via NorthcentralPa.com
Today, Lycoming County Commissioner Tony Mussare responded at a press conference held at Pine Street Executive Plaza about a campaign mailer titled "Lycoming County Invoice" that was mailed to Lycoming County residents claiming to be sent from Lycoming County Commissioners. This mailer was not a real bill or a real invoice, and was not sent by the County. Comment?
Friday | via Freshnews
Individuals filing their 2014 Pennsylvania personal income taxes can help Pennsylvania's military personnel and their families by donating part or all of their refund to the Commonwealth's Military Family Relief Assistance Program. "Members of the military put their lives on the line for us and their families sacrifice every single day," Governor Tom Wolf said. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 28 | via PennLive.com
Trade Talk showcases the businesses in the midstate and the people who make them work. From companies who make iconic products to the small family businesses and everyone in between, we have a little bit of everything in the midstate. Comment?
Monday Jan 26 | via Business Wire
It is PennDOT's first public-private partnership. )--As Agent Bank, please be advised of the following rate determined on: 1/26/2015 Issue A Hercules plc Class E GBP 29,000,000 Mortgage Backed FRN due 25 Oct ... )--The Krystal CompanyA , famous for its iconic square hamburgers, today announced the appointment of Carl Jakaitis as Chief Financial Officer for the Company. Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via CBS News
Home design trends may come and go, but homeowners are always looking for inexpensive, easy ways to increase their property's value. Some of those trends can translate into bigger bucks when it comes time to sell a home, while others can actually drag value down. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
Opening statements are scheduled in the trial of a northeastern Pennsylvania man charged in the strangulation deaths of a drug-dealing pharmacist and the pharmacist's girlfriend. A notorious Pennsylvania inmate found with at least five sets of human remains buried in his yard nearly a dozen years ago is standing trial on charges he strangled two of the victims, including a pharmacist who had called... Three California lawmakers are promoting right-to-die legislation with the family of a terminally ill woman who moved to Oregon to legally end her life. Comment?
12 min ago | via Atlanta Real Estate Forum
Millennials are increasingly flooding the home buying market, leaving many builders and Realtors unsure of how to target this new group of consumers. At a recent International Builders' Show press conference on Millennials' home trends and preferences, panelists revealed that Millennials are largely focused on finding smaller homes that are equipped with innovative technology. Comment?
51 min ago | via Post and Courier
That was the premise behind the White House's January proposal to eliminate the federal tax benefit for 529 plans and use the savings to finance other forms of college aid. That idea was dropped soon after it was proposed due to what Washington-types might call poor optics - it looked too much like a tax hike on middle-class families trying to pay for college. Comment?
56 min ago | via The Columbian
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, left, and chief economist Stan Humphries, in their downtown Seattle office, co-wrote a forthcoming book, "Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate." In it they "tried to capture ... the spirit of real estate," Rascoff said. Comment?
58 min ago | via The Columbian
The regulator for bailed-out housing finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac told lawmakers Tuesday that new programs to back mortgages with down payments as low as 3 percent had enough safeguards to make them as safe as loans with higher down payments. Melvin L. Watt, director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, faced sharp criticism from Republicans at a three-hour House hearing that he was risking the loss of taxpayer money by returning to the irresponsible lending practices that caused the subprime housing market bubble. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Columbian
Dear Mr. Berko: I'm 70, and so is my husband, who retired in 2005. We had too much debt and were forced to sell our 2,800-square-foot home in Houston. Comment?
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