New Lebanon Real Estate News
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Friday Nov 14 | via Business Journal
East Pointe Apartments, located at 743 Old Harshman Road in Riverside, sold to East Pointe Dayton LLC, according to Montgomery County records. Comment?
Aug 11, 2014 | via GlobeSt.com
Catch the region's top minds at RealShare ORANGE COUNTY on August 21 at Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center. Comment?
Aug 8, 2014 | via Business Journal
A portfolio of parking lots and garages in downtown Dayton has been sold back to the bank after the owners allegedly defaulted on a mortgage, according to public records. Comment?
Jul 10, 2014 | via FindLaw
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO, and Board of Commissioners of Seneca County, Ohio, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Comment?
Jul 1, 2014 | via WDTN-TV Dayton
Bottom line? More than 70 percent of Montgomery County homeowners will see some decrease in their property's value. Comment?
Thursday | via WFMJ-TV Youngstown
A northeast Ohio teacher whose skull was crushed by a rock dropped onto her vehicle from a Pennsylvania overpass is recovering from her sixth surgery. The Repository in Canton reports Sharon Budd of Lake Township had surgery about a week before Thanksgiving Day to remove plastic skull pieces that became contaminated. 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?
Monday Nov 24 | via SNL Financial
Nov. 27 that it sold the 29-story WINX-The Riverside Tower office building on the MainTor estate in Frankfurt to entrepreneur Susanne Klatten. Construction of the tower is slated to start at the beginning of 2015, and completion is due before year-end Bloomberg News noted in a Nov. 28 report that Klatten is Germany's richest woman and a member of the Quandt family. Comment?
24 min ago | via American Reporter
The thoughts below were written three years and one month ago. No one cared about my ideas. Comment?
29 min ago | via American Reporter
There's been a lot of talk of late that there are glimmers of hope in the American economy. Since President Obama's economic stimulus package was enacted and the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department both announced plans to buy up distressed assets and backstop mortgage-backed securities, the financial markets seemed to have steadied themselves. Comment?
32 min ago | via American Reporter
It's hard to resist being gleeful at seeing Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff get the maximum sentence - 150 years in prison - for bilking investors out of anywhere between $65 billion and $171 billion. Because many of the people whom Madoff ripped off were more renowned than, say, the millions who lost their homes in the subprime mortgage debacle, he has gotten far more attention than he deserves. Comment?
38 min ago | via The Winnipeg Free Press
At first she relied on her savings to get by. With those largely gone, she's been using her credit cards, accumulating almost $15,000 in mostly high-interest debt. Comment?
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