Stonewall Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Stonewall, LA continually updated from thousands of sources.
Aug 30, 2012 | via NOLA.com
This is a crucial time for Americans who depend on FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program. Comment?
Saturday Nov 30 | via NOLA.com
Louisiana ArtWorks, the $25 million art studio complex on Howard Avenue that for years has remained a real estate white elephant, is for sale. Comment?
Nov 18, 2013 | via KNOE-TV Monroe
The National Flood Insurance Program is more than $20 billion in debt. Based on new maps drawn by FEMA a lot of people in the Arklamiss could soon be paying a lot more to help with the financial crisis. Comment?
Nov 5, 2013 | via WDSU-TV New Orleans
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Oct 23, 2013 | via NOLA.com
Florida Avenue Housing Resident Council President Dianne Conerly was photographed cleaning out her flood-damaged apartment on June 3, 2006. Comment?
2 min ago | via Boston.com
The US economy grew at a solid 4.1 percent annual rate from July through September, the fastest pace since late 2011 and significantly higher than previously believed. Comment?
41 min ago | via The Hartford Courant
Deutsche Bank will pay $1.9 billion to settle a law suit with the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency over mortgage-backed securities, part of the bank's efforts to resolve a long list of legal issues. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via Sacramento Today
We are starting to see many 2014 predictions about the housing market with most pointing to increasing prices but at a slower rate than this year. Comment?
7 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Auckland property developer Malcolm Duncan Mayer has been found guilty of orchestrating a $47 million mortgage fraud after an earlier trial was aborted last year. Comment?
9 min ago | via OregonLive.com
East Portlanders feel the impact of increased density that hasn't always come with improved or increased public services. Comment?