Sedona Real Estate News
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Sep 19, 2012 | via Sedona Red Rock News
Cooler nights have taken hold in the Verde Valley and we're into the best season of the year. Comment?
Saturday Feb 14 | via Verde Independent
A story line for the Verde Valley construction industry falls into the category of "that was then and this is now." Prior to the economic collapse of the prior decade, Clarkdale, for example, was seeing as many as 40 new housing starts a month. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 10 | via GlobeSt.com
Illustrating the complete return of the hotel sector, Karlin Real Estate has given $96 million in first mortgage debt to refinance three hotel properties in Arizona and Colorado. The funds were secured by two borrowers in two separate transactions. Comment?
Jan 23, 2015 | via The Daily Courier
Yavapai County and many of its cities and towns are staring into the vortex of a zoning nightmare. Dave Williams, land use supervisor for the county, says the problem of illegal short-term rentals is epidemic and has gone "beyond enforcement." Comment?
Jan 22, 2015 | via Verde Independent
Government typically has a way of trying to re-invent the wheel when a solution is right in front of its nose. Such is the case with short-term, or vacation, rentals in Yavapai County. Comment?
Sunday Feb 15 | via The Arizona Republic
Mesa brothers get prison in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Two Mesa brothers sent to federal prison for using business in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1Dv4yCt Two Mesa brothers who pleaded guilty to using their business in a $28 million mortgage fraud scheme, have both been sentenced to federal prison and ordered to pay restitution to banks. Scott and Kevin Lee used Summit Capital to originate fraudulent loans using bogus loan applications, forged signatures, and false financial and construction-related documents. Comment?
Friday Feb 6 | via Edmonton Journal
Music director Bill Eddins will continue to lead the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His contract, which was set to expire in June of this year, has been extended until the end of the 2016/2017 season. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via Verde Independent
A special Arizona law designed to protect homeowners from lenders does not apply if the house was never built, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday. In a victory for banks and other lenders, the justices said they can go after some borrowers who default on their loans if the value of the property is less than the amount owed. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via The Arizona Republic
Arizona to get slice of $1.38B financial award Arizona to get a $21.5-million slice of a settlement from rating agency Standard & Poor's. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1CWIPDe Arizona will receive a $21.5-million slice of a $1.38-billion settlement from Standard & Poor's, which was accused of issuing inflated ratings on securities that contributed to the housing collapse. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 28 | via The CPA Technology Advisor
First the rent checks from Mark Poppe's tenants -- processed by a property manager -- started arriving a little late. Then a month late. Comment?
12 min ago | via Arirang TV
As the first day of spring has passed and the spring is approaching us, more and more couples are getting married. Because of the leap month last year, many couples have postponed their marriage to this year. Comment?
20 min ago | via VoxEU
There is no consensus among economists on the forces that drove the historical rise of US house prices and household debt that preceded the Global Crisis. In this column, the authors argue that the fundamental factor behind that boom was an increase in the supply of mortgage credit. Comment?
29 min ago | via MarketWatch
Lloyds Banking Group PLC on Friday said it would pay its first dividend since it was bailed out during the financial crisis, as the U.K. lender returned to a full-year profit. The bank, which is 23.9% owned by the U.K. government, said it swung to a GBP1.13 billion net profit for 2014, compared with a loss of GBP838 million a year earlier. Comment?
36 min ago | via WCBM-AM Pikesville
Who are these Obama voters? They can't all have head injuries, have been in a coma for the past 4 years, or own stock in an electric car battery company. Besides having "stupid" stamped on their forehead, here's a handy guide identifying these clueless creatures. Comment?
37 min ago | via American Reporter
There's been a lot of talk of late that there are glimmers of hope in the American economy. Since President Obama's economic stimulus package was enacted and the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department both announced plans to buy up distressed assets and backstop mortgage-backed securities, the financial markets seemed to have steadied themselves. Comment?
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