Poplar Bluff Real Estate News
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Wednesday Feb 4 | via KFVS12
For almost 300 Seniors at Poplar Bluff High School a fair put on by the school, dozens of local businesses and the Ozark Federal Credit Union provided a hypothetical glance, and test at their future money management skills. "It wasn't just about me, I had to think about my family too," said Melissa Lam. Comment?
Aug 25, 2014 | via ArkansasBusiness.com
Geyer South and the Geyer Springs Shopping Center were purchased by a Brooklyn, New York, limited liability company. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 17 | via The Joplin Independent
During the sixth week of session, we saw significant movement on a number of important pieces of legislation. On Wednesday , legislation designed to attract technology businesses and data storage center facilities to Missouri was perfected by the Senate. Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via Star Tribune
Just Listed brings you the latest news and information from the Twin Cities-area commercial and residential real estate market and beyond from veteran reporters Jim Buchta and Kristen Leigh Painter. On Feb. 1, Tim Carl succeeded Dan Avchen, who had been the company's CEO since 1996 and will now focus on strategic planning. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 4 | via Star-Telegram.com
The immensely powerful Standard & Poor's credit rating agency will pay a whopping $1.375 billion to settle charges brought by 19 states, the District of Columbia and the federal government, Attorney General Eric Holder announced Tuesday. Flanked by officials, including Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, who filed an early lawsuit against S&P in 2011, Holder called the global settlement proof that "no financial institution, at home or abroad, is too powerful to be held accountable for wrongdoing." Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via McClatchy
Flanked by officials, including Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, who filed an early lawsuit against S&P in 2011, Holder called the global settlement proof that "no financial institution, at home or abroad, is too powerful to be held accountable for wrongdoing." "S&P claimed that its ratings were independent, objective and not influenced by the company's relationship with the issuers," Holder said at a news conference. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Missouri will get about $21.5 million for the general revenue fund as part of a national settlement with credit rating agency Standard & Poor's. The ratings agency announced the settlement Tuesday concerning government allegations that it knowingly inflated ratings of risky mortgage investments that helped trigger the 2008 financial crisis. Comment?
4 min ago | via Campaignseries.co.uk
Average household incomes are back to the levels they were at before the financial downturn struck, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has found. But the recovery in living standards has been much slower than after previous recessions and changes to spending patterns suggest that people think their income prospects have taken a permanent hit, it warned. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Daily Townsman
Credit monitoring agency Equifax says consumer debt, including mortgage debt, rose to $1.529 trillion at the end of 2014. That was up 7.7 per cent from $1.42 trillion at the end of 2013, including a 1.1 per cent increase in the latest quarter. Comment?
39 min ago | via NBC2 News
A retired policeman got the surprise of his life when he returned from vacation and found his Estero home locked up and a foreclosure sign out front. But he says he wasn't behind on his mortgage payments. Comment?
11 min ago | via Newsalert
Mainstreet reports: The rumor mill is chugging along over the possibility the federal government could shutter Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, albeit on a slow, gradual basis. Earnings at both government-run enterprises have been anemic, and economists and mortgage industry professionals are talking openly about a future without them. Comment?
12 min ago | via Marina Times
Spring is traditionally the time when the real estate market heats up. Considering how inventory has remained extremely low during the winter months, many buyers were "out of the market." Comment?
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