Pinedale Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via The CPA Technology Advisor
First the rent checks from Mark Poppe's tenants -- processed by a property manager -- started arriving a little late. Then a month late. Comment?
Wednesday | via Sonoran News
PHOENIX Governor Ducey recently announced Judy Lowe will continue as Commissioner of the Arizona Department of Real Estate . Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via JD Supra
In 2014, the Arizona Legislature enacted significant changes to the anti-deficiency statutes, which protect certain residential borrowers from a deficiency judgment following foreclosure. These statutory changes, which apply to mortgages or deeds of trust that originate on or after January 1, 2015, were designed to clear up confusion created by some recent court decisions regarding when the protection applies. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via ABC15.com
With thousands of people expected to come to Arizona for the Pro Bowl, Super Bowl and all the events in between, for those with home rentals available it's a great way to bring in some extra money. Karen Kary and her family live near 95th Avenue and Olive in Peoria. Comment?
Friday Jan 9 | via KTAR
Mark Moore with the California-based real estate investment company Home Liberty said a reduction in the mortgage insurance premium will mainly help first-time home buyers. Many existing homeowners are out of luck and the plan doesn't address the real issue that's dragging down housing -- underwater homeowners. Comment?
1 hr ago | via American Banker
The Derisking Vortex: "A spate of recent account closings at churches and religiously affiliated charities suggests that de-risking directives are causing collateral damage to faith-based organizations," writes attorney Sheila Tendy. She speaks from experience: a bank recently cut ties with one of her own clients, a cash-intensive Christian church with hundreds of locations throughout the U.S. Commenters were alarmed but unsurprised. Comment?
21 min ago | via Zillow Blog
Do people spend more time researching a new car or a new mortgage? If you guessed the latter, you're on to something. Zillow found the average American spends 10 hours researching a car, but only five hours researching their mortgage options. Comment?
32 min ago | via Daily Reporter
There's a good reason the U.S. economy is impressing the world right now despite a slowdown in the final three months of 2014: In a word, steadiness. Companies have been hiring at healthy rates for the past year. Comment?
36 min ago | via Daily Mail
Kenneth Griffin, 45, CEO of $20 billion Chicago investment firm Citadel LLC, filed for divorce from his wife of 11 years, Anne Dias, last year Per a prenup, Dias has no right to anything but a $25 million payout and $1 million for each year they were married But she is also demanding $1 million a month for expenses for their three children, including staff, vacation rentals and a jet, her husband said Griffin is also demanding that his wife be a 'good girl' to get more money from him and refused her access to their marital home she claims The wife of hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin is demanding $300,000 a month to pay for around-the-clock access to a private jet, according to a recent court filing in their contentious divorce. Comment?
36 min ago | via Daily Kos
Two banks with troubled histories of foreclosures and squandered public bailouts are now asking the Federal Reserve to merge, making them "too big to fail"-and they are getting really creative in their tactics. It is very rare for the Federal Reserve to deny bank mergers, but OneWest Bank is not taking any chances. Comment?
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