Yesterday | via Alabama Live
May residential sales in the Tuscaloosa area were 12.1 percent higher than May 2012 . Comment?
Sunday Jun 16 | via The Montgomery Advertiser
If this proposal sounds familiar, that's because it was abandoned by lawmakers in the recently concluded legislative session. Comment?
Saturday Jun 8 | via Alabama Live
Enjoy the WiRE compliments of the ACRE Corporate Cabinet. Click link in article to see the corporations that are building Alabama's real estate multimedia network. Comment?
Friday Jun 7 | via Business Journal
The Jefferson County Tax Collector's Office found investors to buy the rights to the back taxes of 353 of 4,511 properties. Comment?
Friday Jun 7 | via DeadlineNews.Com
The down payment amount home buyers are paying to buy a home is down nearly 10 percent over the past two years, but that doesn't necessarily mean you can fritter away money you've been saving for 20 percent down. Comment?
2 min ago | via Jerusalem Post
Coalition and opposition members spoke out against an article in the budget canceling grants for housing in the periphery, in a meeting of the Knesset Control Committee. Comment?
3 min ago | via Mortgage News
If you're not familiar with the Home Affordable Refinance Program, also known as HARP, it's a government program that started in March 2009 that allows homeowners to refinance who may have run into some roadblocks due to the decreased value of their home. Comment?
5 min ago | via Business Journal
In line with consumer complaints, Bank of America and Wells Fargo each failed to satisfy portions of the national mortgage settlement through the first quarter of 2013, according to a scorecard released today by the settlement's monitor, Joseph Smith. Comment?
6 min ago | via The Post-Standard
The Onondaga County Industrial Development Agency on Wednesday approved $3.3 million in tax breaks and agreed to issue up to $95 million in bonds for a planned container factory that will employ up to 189 people. Comment?
6 min ago | via Miami Today
By Marilyn Bowden Suddenly new construction is visible all around the county, with very high-end residential and retail projects at the fore. Comment?