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Wednesday Nov 19 | via FindLaw
VENTANA PARTNERS, LLC, fka Montara Partners, LLC, and Studio 1235, LLC, an Oregon limited liability company, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. LANOUE DEVELOPMENT, LLC, an Oregon limited liability company; Chicago Title Insurance Company Of Oregon, an Oregon corporation; Harper Houf Peterson Righellis, Inc., an Oregon corporation; Lodestar Surveying, Inc., an Oregon corporation, fka G & L Land Surveying, Inc., an Oregon corporation; Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation, dba Land America Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation, fka Oregon Title Insurance Company, a Nebraska corporation; Stoel Rives, LLP, an Oregon Limited Liability Partnership; Howard M. Feuerstein, an individual, and Rene G. Gonzalez, an individual, Defendants-Respondents. Comment?
Monday Nov 3 | via OregonLive.com
Both flowering and nonflowering weeds find a good home on farmland. But not so on a city lot. Comment?
Monday Nov 3 | via The Oregonian
Many Portlanders moved in with roommates to save money during the first 12 years of the new century. Almost a third more American adults lived together 12 years after the turn of the century than they did in 2000, meaning that the economy has missed the formation of an expected 5.4 million households, according to a new report from Zillow, the online residential real estate marketplace. Comment?
Thursday Oct 30 | via OregonLive.com
It's an obscure data point, but Oregon had the nation's highest percentage of vacant homes going through the foreclosure process, according to RealtyTrac, the real estate data firm. About 18 percent of all properties in the foreclosure process nationally had been vacated, the firm says. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 28 | via OregonLive.com
While the housing market is recovering from a nationwide collapse, construction-related employment in Oregon remains far below its 2007 peak. Damon Runberg, Central Oregon Regional Economist with the Oregon Employment Department published a study last week noting that the industry supports 30,000 fewer jobs today than it did before the bubble burst. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via Wall Street Journal
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York quietly marked the end of a painful phase of U.S. economic history Tuesday, saying that a five year run of household debt deleveraging was over. Americans increased household debt by $78 billion in the third quarter, up 0.7% from the previous quarter. Comment?
Yesterday | via Wall Street Journal
New figures released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Tuesday show that mortgage lending is running at its lowest level in 13 years , with 2014 on pace to be the weakest for new loans since 2000. Mortgage lending has been weak since the housing bust hit in 2007, but it received a series of lifts over the past few years with each round of stimulus by the Federal Reserve . Comment?
Yesterday | via Wall Street Journal
Tuesday's report reveals one state where debt loads are still very high and where deleveraging hasn't happened much: New Jersey. Deleveraging, of course, happens two ways: voluntarily, when borrowers pay down their debts and do little new borrowing, and involuntarily, when they default and have debts wiped out through either foreclosure of bankruptcy. Comment?
22 min ago | via Brandon Sun
Finance Minister Joe Oliver says the federal government has already considered the dramatic slide in oil prices in its fiscal forecasts. "When we took into account the oil price decline which had already occurred, we made the assumption that the prices would stay at the low level for the entire period," Oliver told a media conference on Thursday. Comment?
23 min ago | via Brandon Sun
Good financial advice can be hard to find, but does every Canadian really need to hire their own financial planner? Everyone has some form of assets and liabilities, but it's the complexity of their personal balance sheet that should be a determining factor, says Moshe Milevsky, an associate professor in finance at the Schulich School of Business at York University. If your financial situation is as simple as putting aside money for retirement and aggressively paying off your mortgage, there's not necessarily a need to bring in another party, he said. Comment?
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