Riddle Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Riddle, OR continually updated from thousands of sources.
Apr 6, 2014 | via The News-Review
Douglas County Commissioner candidate Mark Vincent stands on a lot where political endorsement signs recently caused contention between Vincent and property owner Bill Woods. Comment?
Tuesday | via OregonLive.com
The fourth quarter of 2014 starts Wednesday and the Oregon economy needs to rally to meet expectations. The unemployment rate is higher than it was in January; the housing market shows signs of slowing down, and consumer confidence is declining. Comment?
Friday Sep 26 | via OregonLive.com
An "Open House" sign is displayed in front of a new home being readied for sale in Little Rock, Ark. Welcome to the Front Porch Open House, an occasional roundup of real estate news and information for home buyers and sellers. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 24 | via The Newberg Graphic
An allocation from Oregon lawmakers will allow homeowners to continue to receive counseling and meet with lenders to avoid foreclosures. Comment?
Friday Sep 19 | via Local TV Station KTVZ
Bank of America has agreed to pay $31 million to settle a class action lawsuit that claims mortgage borrowers were forced to maintain excessive flood insurance coverage. The Oregonian reports Friday that U.S. District Court Judge Michael Simon approved the settlement in an opinion filed Thursday. Comment?
Friday Sep 19 | via News-Register
A proposal for purchase of McMinnville's Jandina Park Apartment Complex, where 24 of 36 units are federally subsidized, has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's rural development arm. "Once can deem the applicant eligible, and the proposal it offers feasible, then we can deem it eligible," said Sherryl Gleason, a multi-family housing specialist working for the agency in Oregon. Comment?
2 min ago | via MarketWatch
The Bank of England Thursday asked the government for powerful new tools to curb real-estate lending, underscoring officials' concern over the potential risk to the U.K. economy from the housing market. The request, from the central bank's Financial Policy Committee, which safeguards financial stability, follows a move in June to curb riskier types of mortgage lending in response to deepening concern the U.K. economy was at risk from a potentially destabilizing housing bubble. Comment?
4 min ago | via IcLichfield
Birmingham Fair Money, a partnership of credit unions and not-for-profit lenders, set up a temporary cabin in the city centre for 24 weeks. It offered low-cost loans and debt advice and over 1,309 people used the service while another 1,580 visited a website for information and advice. Comment?
5 min ago | via Bicester Advertiser
Mark Carney told George Osborne a house price cap and the fee charged to lenders who use it "remain appropriate" Mark Carney told George Osborne a house price cap and the fee charged to lenders who use it "remain appropriate" The Bank of England will not ask for changes to the Government's Help to Buy scheme after finding it does not pose a risk to financial stability and has not driven up house prices, it announced today. Governor Mark Carney wrote to Chancellor George Osborne to say the A 600,000 house price cap under the mortgage guarantee scheme and the fee charged to lenders who use it "remain appropriate". Comment?
6 min ago | via Street Fight
It's Advertising Week in New York, and that means the marketers from around the world come together to talk shop, make deals, and blow off some steam. At the Mobile Marketing Association's 2014 SM2 Conference Wednesday, marketers from some of the nation's largest brands talked about the evolving role of location in their marketing mix and the challenges in balancing an appetite for new technologies with the needs of an existing brand. Comment?
23 min ago | via KIII
The European Central Bank plans to start buying a type of bonds known as asset-backed securities. The move is aimed at spurring bank lending to companies and getting a slack economy moving again. Comment?
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