North Carrollton Real Estate News
Real Estate news for North Carrollton, MS continually updated from thousands of sources.
9 hrs ago | via Mississippi Business Journal
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the average rate for the 30-year loan declined to 4.28 percent from 4.37 percent last week. Comment?
Thursday Feb 6 | via Examiner.com
An alligator invasion is what is behind the Mississippi Supreme Court hearing arguments between a couple from Wilkinson County and ExxonMobil Corp. NewsMax reported Feb. 5 that Tom and Consandra Christmas acquired 35 acres of land next to ExxonMobil back in 2003 and learned of the alligators four years ago. Comment?
Thursday Feb 6 | via Hattiesburg American
As we hear reports from Jackson about how the state economy and tax collections have improved, it's useful to glance every so often at other views. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 5 | via News Max
The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear oral arguments to settle a dispute between a couple that charges the ExxonMobil Corp. with causing an invasion of more than 80 alligators on their land in Wilkinson County. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 4 | via Sunherald.com
ExxonMobil argues the Christmases' real estate agent told them about the alligators as far back as 2003. Comment?
12 min ago | via The City Wire
Consumer debt, and not just wicked winter weather, is having a chilling effect on retail sales. Comment?
12 min ago | via ABC News
PETER LLOYD: The governor of the Reserve Bank has warned home owners not to bet that property prices will keep rising especially in the hot Sydney market. Comment?
15 min ago | via Washington Examiner
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages fell this week after three weeks of increases, edging closer to historically low levels. Comment?
23 min ago | via MyFoxNY
After dealing with headaches moving from New York City to the suburbs, Alison Bernstein created Suburban Jungle . Comment?
30 min ago | via Thanh Nein News
The days of Chinese developers snatching up premium properties with record-breaking offers are coming to an end as cooling measures bite and sale prices are squeezed, ending the reign of a handful of "land kings" in the world's second-largest economy. Comment?