Nimmons Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Nimmons, AR continually updated from thousands of sources.
Yesterday | via Daily Record
After the devastating tornadoes tore across Arkansas on April 27, Hearts and Homes of Arkansas, Inc. received donations from across the country to assist people in need. Hearts & Homes of Arkansas, Inc. is a 501 charitable organization of the Arkansas Realtors Association that was established in 2009 to assist citizens across Arkansas who have lost their home, their office, their ability to pay for their home and/or their livelihood through a natural disaster or other catastrophic event. Comment?
Thursday Oct 16 | via The City Wire
Foreclosures are not the factor they once were in local real estate markets across the state and nation. The local rates continue to decline faster and farther than the nation as a whole. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Click2Houston
The man accused of killing Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter speaks from behind bars, saying he's not guilty. The man accused of killing Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter speaks from behind bars, saying he's not guilty. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via The City Wire
Real estate markets are often linked to economic performance but a report from Irvine, Calif.,-based RealtyTrac suggests that housing market turnarounds also favor incumbents in most of the eight hotly contested Senate races across the country. However, that may not be the case in Arkansas or Kansas. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via Arkansas Times
As expected, Republican millionaire banker J. French Hill's starchy debate appearance on AETN against Democratic congressional candidate Pat Hays produced irresistible fodder for the Arkansas Democratic Party. The party praises a John Brummett column for his noting that Hill enriched himself in the sale of a community bank that has wound up costing employees their jobs. Comment?
12 min ago | via The Washington Post
Four consecutive advances in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index have pushed the gauge up 4.2 percent since Oct. 15, recouping half the losses from a selloff that began in mid- September. After surging to a 28-month high last week, the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index has fallen at least a point a day starting Oct. 16, reflecting a dissipation of investor concern that hasn't occurred in five years. Comment?
17 min ago | via Daily Kos
Anybody paying the slightest attention to the past 6 years of the Obama presidency likely has, on more than one occasion, given pause, straining to remember what was spoken so eloquently in any number of his speeches as a matter of policy during his 2 year-long campaign before his election to office and then attempted to match up those words with his current policies and actions... which, more often than not, resulted in either a complete 180 degree reversal or else a back door approach that more strongly resembles something that Gerald Ford or GHW Bush would have done. Comment?
20 min ago | via GlobeSt.com
Join over 200 global real estate leaders at the New York Stock Exchange to learn about "Going Global: Real Estate Investing and Development Around the World." As the real estate industry - and the world around us - continues its rapid evolution, you'll hear from industry thought leaders and visionaries on how to navigate the global real estate landscape and where to find the global market opportunities. Comment?
28 min ago | via NewsandSentinel.com
Long seen as having devastated Sun Belt cities, the subprime mortgage crisis unleashed turmoil on Ohio and other rural areas. Now federal officials are pledging regulatory attention and financial help. Comment?
31 min ago | via Lifestyles
With the financial crisis and subprime mortgage bust receding further into history, the government is loosening some financial rules, hoping to inject more life into the country's still-recovering housing market. Both banks and borrowers stand to benefit from the new rules unveiled Tuesday by six federal agencies. Comment?
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