Shelton Real Estate News
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Thursday Feb 5 | via Voice of America
Immigration reform is a hotly debated issue in Washington, but many U.S. cities aren't waiting for the federal government to determine how to deal who with those who entered the country illegally. Daniela Schrier reports on New York's newly unveiled municipal ID cards that are available to all city residents - including undocumented immigrants. Comment?
Jan 22, 2015 | via The Washington Post
Tammy Darvish, for years the face of her father's eponymous auto company until she left earlier this month following a family squabble, will become an executive at one of the Washington region's largest financial institutions. Darvish, 51, will become executive vice president in charge of business development and government and community relations at Pentagon Federal Credit Union, the Alexandria financial giant with $18 billion in assets and 1.3 million members. Comment?
Jan 18, 2015 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Michelle and Jack Ireton, with their sons, Ben, 5, left, and Jackson, 8, want to make the best use of additional money as schooling and day-care expenses fall. SEATTLE - Michelle and Jack Ireton of Seattle are experiencing a personal-finance event that is almost always welcome, regardless of its size: a windfall. Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
In this Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 file photo, job seekers Madelin Garcia, right, and Noharis Nunez fill out a job applications near a Benihana booth at a job fair in Miami Lakes, Fla. With the price of oil below $50 a barrel, consumers will have steadily more money to spend, potentially creating job openings at retailers, auto dealers, shipping firms, restaurants and hotels. Comment?
Jan 2, 2015 | via Ardell's Seattle Real Estate Blog
Historically people would purchase a bit far out in the 98053 vs 98052 zip code to get a lot more land with their home than they would in 98052. 166 of the 433 homes sold fit that description with lot sizes of 15,000 sf or more and a median price of $715,000. Comment?
13 min ago | via The Reporter
Forrest comes with more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, including management assignments with Bank of America, US Bank, and Citicorp. He joins Adobe to continue the firm's success in serving the real estate lending needs of Vacaville and neighboring communities and will focus on specialized lending products, including reverse mortgages. Comment?
18 min ago | via Windsor Now
Weld County receives $113,934 in emergency food and shelter assistance; United Way of Weld County accepting applications for dispersal of funds The Emergency Food and Shelter Program was established in 1983 to supplement the capacity of local agencies in providing emergency food and shelter to households facing a crisis situation. The program is overseen by a national board, chaired by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, that consists of representatives of the American Red Cross, Catholic Charities USA, The Jewish Federations of North America, The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, The Salvation Army and United Way Worldwide. Comment?
20 min ago | via Independent.ie
The more than 200,000 homeowners who are still in negative equity are the only ones who can escape the Central Bank's new lending rules. Borrowers in negative equity applying for a new mortgage are not bound by the rules which prevent second-time buyers from borrowing more than 80pc of the value of a home - or more than three-and-a-half times their income. Comment?
22 min ago | via Independent.ie
According to the latest data from the CSO, the price of the typical basket of goods and services bought by the 'average' Irish household was 0.6pc lower in January than in the same month in 2014. This might suggest that, for a given income, most Irish consumers would be able to buy a little bit more than they were in early 2014. Comment?
22 min ago | via Independent.ie
The Sunday Independent/KBC Bank Cost of Living survey reveals who is hurting most from price rises and who is getting away almost scot free Renters and the so-called "squeezed middle" saw their cost of living soar last year despite an overall decline in prices, the Sunday Independent/KBC Cost of Living Survey has found. Every month the Central Statistics Office rolls out a national inflation figure, and every month economists make a fuss about it. Comment?
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