Rockford Real Estate News
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Aug 21, 2014 | via MLive.com
The Kent County Land Bank Authority bought and sold 112 residential properties in 2013, according to a report submitted to the authority's board on Thursday, August. Comment?
Jul 31, 2014 | via MLive.com
U.S. Rep. Justin Amash and U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land are seeking their own election this year. Comment?
Jun 29, 2014 | via MLive.com
The apex of the inaugural five-day Freedom Cruise event happened on Saturday, June 28 as celebrity appearances from History Channel stars, a rock concert, and a special presentation from American Fallen Soldier Project for Spec. Comment?
Jun 23, 2014 | via MLive.com
The Kent County Land Bank Authority may win over some of its enemies by offering to share one of its unique powers - the ability to quickly clear up a "clouded" title on blighted property. Comment?
Jun 9, 2014 | via MLive.com
After taking a 2-hour bus tour of "the good, the bad and the ugly" houses being acquired and redeveloped by the Kent County Land Bank, State Rep. Tom Hooker, R-Byron Center, said he was impressed. Comment?
9 hrs ago | via Michigan Radio
The Michigan Supreme Court. This week, the court announced it will not revisit its decision to deny parole hearings to more than 350 juvenile lifers. Comment?
Yesterday | via WILX-TV Lansing
"It's a good time for home owners," said economist Scott Watkins," and it's also a good time for home sellers and buyers." "People are willing to make that move and get into a new home," Watkins said. Comment?
Thursday | via Michigan Radio
Daren Bloomquist of Realty Trac says Michigan, like the rest of the nation, has seen steady improvement in home values since the end of the recession. "Although it's still a problem for the housing market, because you're still talking about one in every four homeowners who really can't participate in the housing recovery," says Bloomquist. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 22 | via The Washington Post
This ad from Bobby McKenzie, the Democratic congressional candidate in Michigan's 11th district, calls his Republican opponent, David Trott, a "foreclosure king". Underdog Democrat Bobby McKenzie knows he needs to shake up his race against Republican David Trott to stand a chance of an upset win in Michigan's 11th district. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via MLive.com
The state is coordinating free workshops across Michigan on Monday, Oct. 20 aimed at providing personal financial checkups to Michigan residents 50 years and older. The workshops, called Reinventing Mi Retirement: achieving financial security to last a lifetime, are sponsored by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services and its partners which include professional organizations, banks and credit unions. Comment?
9 min ago | via Greg Palast
Using money to influence-ie. purchase-elections began when Thug gave Ugg a big, sharp rock in return for his vote for cave leader. Comment?
50 min ago | via The Washington Post
Park Southern Apartments, which the District seized control of in the spring, is one of dozens of properties in serious default on city-backed mortgages, records show. The District government has failed to collect tens of millions of dollars on dozens of delinquent loans, most of them intended to boost the city's stock of affordable housing, city records show. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Times-Standard
Buying a home is scary; it's a huge investment and responsibility. There are so many things to consider before buying, such as job stability, tax ramifications and local market conditions, just to name a few. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Mail
Britain's state-backed banks are set to deliver surging profits, raising new prospects of a sale of part of the Government's share in Lloyds, according to banking sources. Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland are set to deliver sharply higher profits in their quarterly results this week thanks to the property boom, not just in Britain, but also in Ireland, where RBS in particular has huge exposure. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Mail
A property website designed to cut estate agents out of the house-selling process says that it now has 10,000 homes listed, despite launching just three months ago. iProperty was set up by Brian Blake, former boss of Swinton Insurance, and is free to use, making money from services available through the site such as mortgage brokers, lawyers, photographers and even 'For Sale' sign providers. Comment?
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