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Thursday Sep 4 | via National Mortgage News
Cleveland's Third Federal Savings and Loan has started offering first-lien mortgage refinance and home equity line of credit loans in four new states, plus the District of Columbia. The $11.7 billion-asset company said in a press release Thursday that it has expanded its mortgage product line to serve consumers in Massachusetts, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri and Washington, D.C. The move is part of a growth strategy implemented by the company over the past three years. Comment?
Thursday Sep 4 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
Oklahoma investigators looking into the execution of an inmate who writhed, moaned and clenched his teeth on a gurney after being injected with three lethal drugs are set to release their findings. The intravenous line inserted into the groin of an Oklahoma inmate who writhed and groaned before dying 43 minutes after his execution began was not properly monitored, causing a swelling the size of a golf ball, according... An ex-employee of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy that made tainted steroids blamed for the deaths of 64 people was arrested Thursday as he was about to board a flight for Hong Kong, federal officials said. Comment?
Thursday Sep 4 | via West Side and South Side Leader
Twenty-six Stouffer Realty agents were recently named to the Ohio Association of Realtors President's Sales Club for their outstanding achievements from July 1, 2013, through June 30, 2014. Award of Distinction, for achieving $2.5 million to $5 million in sales - Alison Baranek, David Bissler, Laura Duryea, Sandra Filipczak, Susan Herberich, Sally Johnson, Bill Lowery and Mark Young & Associates ; and Award of Achievement, for achieving $1 million to $2.5 million in sales - Cheryl Connell, Jennifer Filipczak-Turner, Regran Leedy, Bill Nice, Bill Pierce, Robin Rohrich, Sharon Ross, Lisa Schmitt, Ryan Shaffer, Bill Sloan, Jason Speight, Ruth Stephens, Ava Wagner, Cathy Victor and Barbara Waress. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 2 | via Norwalk Reflector
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced a lawsuit against a Chicago-based mortgage rescue business - Credence Law Group Inc. - for taking money from consumers while making false promises about its ability to rescue them from foreclosure. Comment?
Friday Aug 29 | via Mortgage News Daily
RealtyTrac estimated that home sales in July were at an annualized rate of 4.63 million units , a decrease of 3 percent from June and down 12 percent from July 2013. Comment?
4 min ago | via Southland Times
The real estate agent whose firm is being sued for alleged negligence over a botched $6 million property sale says the vendors repeatedly ignored her advice. The legal battle relates to a seaside mansion at Milford, on Auckland's North Shore, that was the former holiday home of Guernsey retirees James and June Messenger. Comment?
23 min ago | via WTVR Richmond
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring announced a historic lawsuit Tuesday against some of the largest commercial banks in the world, for fraud allegedly committed against Virginia taxpayers during the height of the real estate bubble. A whistleblower helped shed light on the fraudulent operations. Comment?
24 min ago | via Switched
To most Americans, Gingrich is a charming curiosity: His latest stint with public relevancy was a quixotic 2012 presidential bid in which he visited many of the nation's finest zoos and advocated the establishment of lunar colonies .* But on another level, Gingrich's Tuesday speech on housing before the Bipartisan Policy Center epitomizes the soft corruption of Washington elites at their worst. As Speaker of the House in 1995, Gingrich opted to shut down the federal government rather than cut a budget deal with President Bill Clinton. Comment?
27 min ago | via Border Mail
Brenda and Daniel Whichelo with children Hunter, 9, Evie, 16 months, twins Abbie and Indie, 4, and Healy, 11, in the midst of packing up their rented home. The family does not know where they will go. Comment?
28 min ago | via Independent.ie
A new study of 25 bankruptcy cases shows that more than seven banks lost a 5m by vetoing insolvency deals. The over-indebted homeowners in each of the cases were forced to go bankrupt when the banks rejected insolvency deals as part of the State's new Insolvency Service. Comment?
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