Perry Real Estate News
Jan 22, 2015 | via WHMI-FM Howell
43-year-old Rolondo Sage Campbell was ordered to serve seven months in the Livingston County Jail and two years of probation. He earlier pleaded no contest in Livingston County Circuit Court to charges of uttering and publishing, larceny by conversion, violating the Credit Services Act, and being a 4th-time habitual offender. Comment?
Sep 26, 2014 | via WXYZ
Ross Dahlberg admits his Hamburg Township home is too big for one person. But he says he wouldn't want to be anywhere else - it's the home he shared with his wife until the divorce two years ago. Comment?
Sep 20, 2014 | via Daily Press & Argus
Plea withdrawn in mortage scam case Rolondo Campbell said no to 7 months in jail for plea Check out this story on livingstondaily.com: Rolondo Sage Campbell, aka Anthony Carter, had pleaded no contest under a predispositional investigation, or PDI, to uttering and publishing, larceny of at least $1,000 but less than $20,000 by conversion and violation of the Credit Services Act for fraudulently submitting legal documents to Livingston County District Court in Howell bearing the forged signature of a Howell woman. She ultimately lost her home because neither Campbell nor his business "completed the promised mortgage rescue." Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via Freshnews
Residences living in Oakland County, Michigan now have a solution for various real estate inquiries and needs. Tom Gilliam, RE/MAX Realtor and his HOMES2MOVEYOU.COM web site offers its expertise to be a one stop resource for people who live or who wish to live in Farmington Hills, Troy, Bloomfield Hills, Ferndale, Royal Oak, Northville, Novi and Metro Detroit area. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 24 | via WJRT
A new bipartisan package of bills being introduced in the Michigan Legislature aims to support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. It would let survivors apply for unemployment benefits if they must leave their job to protect their safety. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via MLive.com
West Michigan real-estate developer Charles Patrick Gahan, accused in an $8 million mortgage scheme, is expected to make his initial appearance Tuesday, March 17, in U.S. District Court. Gahan had long been considered a suspect in a "mortgage stacking scheme" where multiple mortgages were taken out on property without lenders' knowledge. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via The Washington Post
That's the message to traders in the $375 billion opaque market for collateralized loan obligations after Matthew Katke, a former Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc CLO trader, pleaded guilty Wednesday in the U.S. to committing securities fraud. Katke agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors' investigation into a multimillion-dollar scheme to cheat customers who bought and sold bonds. Comment?
Saturday Mar 7 | via Los Angeles Times
Homeowners wait inside a convention hall at Detroit's Cobo Center for hearings that offer them a last-ditch chance to avoid foreclosure. Wayne County says 62,000 Detroit properties are subject to foreclosure this year. Comment?
18 min ago | via Korea Herald
South Korea's financial regulator said Sunday it will invest an additional 20 trillion won in long-term fixed-rate mortgage loans to meet the explosive demand for a new government-backed lending program meant to tackle the household debt problem. The move came as South Koreans rushed to sign on with local banks last week to convert their short-term floating-rate mortgage loans into long-term, fixed-rate loans. Comment?
43 min ago | via Cape Cod Times
WELLFLEET The phrase "one of a kind" gets thrown around a lot by real estate agents, but this "three-bedroom" home may actually fit the broker hyperbole. Situated on just over of an acre of land overlooking Drummer Cove, the home is a strange cocktail of beauty and utility. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Wave
You just received a call from your tenant. The good news is that his business is growing dramatically. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Spokesman-Review
Housing market trends bode well for sellers this spring, but some may encounter hurdles even after they land a buyer. Rising home values and a lack of inventory in many markets could set them up to receive competing offers, but that dynamic could also increase the likelihood that the appraised value of the home could fall short of the agreed upon sale price, potentially scuttling the deal. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Peninsula Daily News
Cascadia Transportation Enterprises Inc., owned and operated by Willie Nelson of Port Angeles, has begun Northwest Passage Charters. It operates motor coaches from Bremerton, with a 45-passenger bus and 19-passenger bus positioned in Port Angeles. Comment?
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