Rolling Meadows Real Estate News
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Wednesday Sep 10 | via Chicago Tribune
Second-quarter single-family home prices rose more in suburban Cook County than in the city of Chicago, the first time that has happened since early 2013 and possibly a sign that the market's recovery outside ZIP codes that start with 606 is underway. That's one potential takeaway from a quarterly home price index calculated by the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University. Comment?
Aug 16, 2014 | via Lowell Sun
A carjacking and sexual assault in Philadelphia of a Realtor leaving an open house reminds real-estate agents across the country of the industry's potential for danger. Comment?
Aug 8, 2014 | via Daily Herald
A longtime medical clinic in Des Plaines has been evicted from the building that housed it, which is in foreclosure. Comment?
Jul 21, 2014 | via Patch.com
The following information comes from a July 18 village of Palatine e-newsletter. Comment?
Jul 11, 2014 | via Business Wire
A detailed list of rat... )--Fitch Ratings has published capital ratios for individual U.S. Banks as of March 31, 2014. Comment?
Tuesday | via American Reporter
Developments in the United Kingdom and Italy may ease some bon and stock market pressures, but on the eve of an emergency G-7 Finance Ministers' meeting Friday, I will provide them with a list from my money prescription pad, which, like my kids, they will likely ignore. First, how we got here, or rather the last few days of how we got here. Comment?
Saturday Sep 13 | via The Motley Fool
How is the economy doing? It depends on where you look. In some states, people are practically choking on credit problems, while in others, serious financial difficulties are relatively rare. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 9 | via Daily Herald
Q. One of our owners abandoned his unit three years ago. The board felt it would just be a matter of time before the owner's mortgage company would foreclose, but so far nothing has happened, and the real estate taxes are being paid by the mortgage company. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 10 | via Free Press
The housing bubble that peaked in 2006, then recorded record lows for home prices in December 2008, helped to prompt the recession. The result was homeowners scrambling to pay for their properties, and skyrocketing foreclosures forced states to enact laws against predatory lenders and to help keep people from being kicked out of their homes. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 9 | via Seeking Alpha
Michelle Van Dyke who currently serves the company as regional president, has been named president of Fifth Third mortgage division a change I did not predict in my last article. Given the importance of the mortgage division to the earnings of Fifth Third and Ms. Comment?
15 min ago | via Dallas Morning News
The paper empire comprising Douglas T. "Chase" Fonteno's vast adverse-possession real estate acquisitions is highly complex. His strategy of filing mountains of deed claims to other people's houses, then selling those houses to unsuspecting buyers, defies comprehension. Comment?
17 min ago | via WWLP
Employee Benefit Research Institute asked 5,000 households how much they spend on mortgage, property taxes, insurance, rent and housekeeping. People between 65 and 74 spent an average of $18,720 a year, while people between ages 75 and 84 spent $14,732. Comment?
17 min ago | via WWLP
Fewer millennials are buying apartments and homes, and instead are living with their families. 22News takes a look at how this affects realtors in western Massachusetts. Comment?
19 min ago | via Information Technology
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB-' rating on the following Saline County Industrial Development Authority, MO bonds issued on behalf of John Fitzgibbon Memorial Hospital : The bonds are secured by a pledge on gross revenues, mortgage on certain hospital and nursing home property, and fully-funded debt service reserve. STABLE BALANCE SHEET: The 'BBB-' is supported in part by steady liquidity levels. Comment?
23 min ago | via The Virginian-Pilot
The first time he ran afoul of the law in Chesapeake, it was because a real estate agent walked in on him stealing copper wire from an old Food Lion. The second time, it was a janitor who foiled his plans: He arrived just as the convicted burglar started to lower himself through a hole he'd cut in the roof of a credit union. Comment?
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