San-Fidel Real Estate News
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Thursday Jan 22 | via Business Journal
The price of a home in New Mexico went up in 2014, from from $173,000 in 2013 to $175,000, or a little over 1 percent, according to the Realtors Association of New Mexico. The price of a home in New Mexico went up in 2014, from from $173,000 in 2013 to $175,000, or a little over 1 percent, according to the Realtors Association of New Mexico. Comment?
Sunday Jan 18 | via Deming Headlight
In everyone's life there are moments where situations take hold and you feel a sense of powerlessness - where you want someone to listen and understand the incredible frustration of not being heard. In 2011, I almost lost my home to foreclosure. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 30 | via Deming Headlight
SANTA FE >> An estimated 1,209 sales were reported to the REALTORS Association of New Mexico during November 2014. The median price of a New Mexico property sold during November was $180,000. Comment?
Oct 23, 2014 | via Deming Headlight
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> Housing trends reported to the REALTORS Association of New Mexico for the month of September 2014 reflect a median sales price of $177,000 - identical to Aug. 2014 and Sept. 2013. Comment?
Oct 3, 2014 | via Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> When a New Mexico community wants to undertake a project for downtown revitalization, business incubation, housing or infrastructure, backers often don't know where to look for financing and are easily discouraged or intimidated by the maze of government agencies they have to navigate. The state addressed this problem in the "rural renaissance" platform of its five-year economic development plan, unveiled in 2013, by creating New Mexico FundIt - a federal-state partnership that aims to be a one-stop source of start-to-finish financing for projects that will help with infrastructure development, job creation and small-business development. Comment?
32 min ago | via South China Morning Post
Developer's S$2.4m furniture vouchers debacle looks set to reveal how banks will be protected in case of a property market collapse A case involving an alleged loan conspiracy is raising concerns that other banks may have granted similar mortgages. Photo: Reuters Perks used by property firms in Singapore to entice buyers of luxury flats are under scrutiny after a bank sued a developer for allegedly conspiring with borrowers to inflate about S$182 million of home loans. Comment?
33 min ago | via Alabama Live
Mobile Area residential sales totaled 311 units in December represent an increase in sales growth of 9.9 percent or 28 units above the same period last year. In addition, total sales represent a 44.0 percent improvement for the month's bottom experienced in 2010. Comment?
39 min ago | via Korea Herald
DAVOS, Switzerland - A sign of the concern among business and political leaders here about sluggish economic growth is that one of the World Economic Forum sessions last week was titled "Avoiding a Centennial Slump" - meaning a downturn that lasts a hundred years. Few are quite that gloomy. Comment?
52 min ago | via The Motley Fool
When you are in the choking hands of debt, bankruptcy might seems like the only way out. The solution some people turn to when they are in financial holes, bankruptcy is -- in reality -- not an easy fix and should not be considered lightly. Comment?
58 min ago | via OregonLive.com
It sounds too good to be true: flexible work schedules and unlimited paid time off for all employees at a residential-brokerage firm in Portland. Unlimited, really? Really. Comment?
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