Normalville Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Normalville, PA continually updated from thousands of sources.
1 hr ago | via Altoona Mirror
Thanks to changing attitudes among younger lawmakers and a spate of Harrisburg scandals, per diems - the tax-free, receipt-free expense payments used by some legislators - could be on their way out after decades of use, some in the General Assembly said. Comment?
Friday Apr 4 | via Examiner.com
State Senator John Blake hosted an affordable housing forum which featured expert panelists from six organizations that work to help people find homes they can pay for and live in for many years. Comment?
Monday Apr 14 | via ABC 27
A Maine panel has disciplined a lawyer accused of mishandling the response to the disclosure that home foreclosure documents were being signed without first being verified, a practice known as "robo-signing." Comment?
Friday Apr 11 | via The Washington Post
Its operations are too vanilla to be compared to Wall Street giants, yet PNC faces similar regulatory scrutiny -- born of its brethren's bad behavior. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 8 | via Mortgage News Daily
As the industry watches the personnel turmoil at Utah's Castle & Cooke Mortgage, here's an interesting promotional twist: a builder's real estate company paying borrowers $100 to consult with the builder's mortgage company after the borrower already chose another lender. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via The Advocate
About a dozen people chosen by Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones to appraise foreclosed properties together have pocketed $1 million riding around in cars and taking pictures of houses from the street. Comment?
Thursday Apr 17 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Some seniors don't qualify for a reverse mortgage, either because they are not old enough , or because their home equity, the difference between the value of their home and the balance of their existing standard mortgage, is too small. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 15 | via Sacramento Bee Newspaper
The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, released Tuesday, remained essentially flat in April at 47. A level below 50 means more builders see the market for new, single-family homes as poor rather than good. Comment?
16 min ago | via Denton Record-Chronicle
Most Americans own more home than they can afford. If it isn't more home than they can afford today, it certainly will be more than they can afford tomorrow. Comment?
26 min ago | via Heraldseries.co.uk
New industry-wide rules mean mortgage providers have to take a much keener interest in an applicant's regular outgoings People applying for a mortgage are facing tougher affordability checks which delve into their spending habits on outgoings ranging from childcare, travel and clothing to wine clubs and even a flutter on the horses. Comment?