Spring Grove Real Estate News
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Thursday Mar 6 | via The York Daily Record
Dick Page, realtor, walks past Justin Leber, realtor of Prudential Bob Yost Homesale Services, as he plants the American flag on Eastern Boulevard in Springettsbury Township Tuesday, in this July 2, 2013 file photo. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 19 | via York Dispatch
A 76-acre plot in Chanceford Township will soon house a 75,600-chicken farm, with the certified organic meat being sold to a supplier of Purdue chicken. Comment?
Jan 4, 2014 | via York Dispatch
York County's real estate and equine enthusiast communities are mourning over the New Year's Eve death of Anne Bathon, a Realtor and businesswoman who died after an unusual accident at her Codorus Township farm. Comment?
Dec 10, 2013 | via York Dispatch
Home sales in York County increased 2 percent last month, according to statistics released Monday by the Realtors Association of York & Adams Counties. Comment?
Nov 14, 2013 | via Evening Sun
The housing market in York and Adams County is on the rise, and the Hanover-Adams County area is the most active sector. Comment?
Monday Mar 10 | via Wall Street Journal
Moving trucks loaded with the biggest hauls rolled out of California and into Texas last year; a road well traveled by luxury movers Close to 11% of residential moves by Allied Van Lines in 2013 weighed 16,000 pounds or more. Comment?
Friday Mar 7 | via Evening Sun
Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA donates $10,000 to fight Muscular Dystrophy: Barbara Schmidt, president of Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA, recently announced that through the fundraising efforts of affiliated sales associates, employees and members of the community, Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA donated $10,000 to the local chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy ... (more) Comment?
Wednesday Feb 26 | via Housing Wire
The purchase-only house price index increased in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the nation and decreased in Delaware from the third quarter to the fourth in 2013, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia . Comment?
Friday Feb 21 | via ABC 27
But Rick Rovegno has fallen into the same predicament as hundreds of less-plugged-in Pennsylvanians who had variable rate electric contracts during last month's energy spike. Comment?
Thursday Feb 20 | via Mortgage News Daily
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5 min ago | via Business Journal
LendingTree .com, part of Charlotte, N.C.-based Tree.com Inc., suffered a legal setback on Wednesday when a federal jury determined two LendingTree patents were invalid, siding with defendants Zillow Inc., Adchemy Inc. and NexTag Inc. The lawsuit was brought by LendingTree three years ago, when the mortgage-leads generation company alleged Zillow ... (more) Comment?
5 min ago | via Realtor Magazine
With the five-year anniversary of the federal government's Home Affordable Modification Program coming up, home owners who received loan modifications through the program should expect to face a mortgage-rate increase soon. Comment?
5 min ago | via Realtor Magazine
A former Fannie Mae employee is going on trial this week after being accused of soliciting kickbacks from a real estate broker in exchange for foreclosure listings. Comment?
6 min ago | via KTVN Reno
A research firm says low inventories sent San Francisco Bay area home sales to the lowest level for any February in six years. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Heartland Institute
Senate Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Banking Committee have agreed in principle on a plan to unwind the nearly $5 trillion Government Sponsored Enterprises and to, they say, "create a mortgage insurance fund for the system to protect taxpayers against future bailouts." Comment?