Three Rivers Real Estate News
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Jun 12, 2014 | via The Fresno Bee
Members of the Tulare County Association of Realtors rolled their sleeves up on Wednesday for a day of volunteer work with a Visalia nonprofit housing developer. Comment?
May 30, 2014 | via The Fresno Bee
When regional and national homebuilders pulled out of the central San Joaquin Valley during the depth of the housing bust, Lennar Homes was one of the few that held on. Comment?
Yesterday | via Business Wire
Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle Names 2015 Affordable Housing Advisory Council Members to Represent Hawaii, Idaho, and Montana; Oregon and Utah Representatives Named Chair and Vice Chair )--The Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle today announced the appointments of Michelle Griffith of Ketchum, Idaho, and Andrea Davis of Missoula, Montana, to the... )--Fitch Ratings rates Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, California's promissory notes as follows: --$26 million refunding promissory notes 2014... )--Cartera Commerce today released its "Top Three Ways to Shop Smarter" list in an effort to help consumers save money and find the best deals this holiday season. Comment?
Wednesday | via Inside Bay Area
Pittsburg has gone through several names and makeovers since it began more than 165 years ago. While it was incorporated in 1903, its beginnings date back to 1849, when Col. Comment?
Wednesday | via Business Journal
Pending home sales in California picked up the pace in October and rose for the second straight month, with the trend likely to continue through the rest of the year, according to the California Association of Realtors. Pending home sales, based on signed contracts, rose 2 percent in October from September, the first back-to-back increase since early this year, when pending sales rose for three straight months beginning in January, Los Angeles-based C.A.R. said. Comment?
Sep 10, 2014 | via East Bay Express
Two years ago, during the height of the foreclosure crisis, Attorney General Kamala Harris and the California legislature drafted and passed a series of laws collectively called the Homeowner Bill of Rights. These new laws banned the shady practices banks used to foreclose on people's homes, and provided borrowers with strong protections, including the ability to sue their mortgage servicer to prevent a wrongful foreclosure, and even to obtain damages. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 25 | via SiliconValley.com
A for sale sign is posted outside a house in Los Angeles, on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014. A new report finds the number of Southern California homes bought for $2 million or more in recent months is the highest on record. Comment?
11 min ago | via St. Augustine Record
Margaret England has a law degree and a distinguished career in banking and finance. It's being involved in the community as a volunteer servant, however, that sparks her pride most. Comment?
26 min ago | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Steve Koenig, broker and owner of Koenig Realty in Daytona Beach, has been appointed to serve on a couple committees and forums of Florida Realtors, the statewide trade association. Koenig will serve on Florida Realtor's Public Advocacy Advisory Group and chair the group's Property Management subcommittee. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Telegram
Finance Minister Joe Oliver says the federal government has already considered the dramatic slide in oil prices in its fiscal forecasts. "When we took into account the oil price decline which had already occurred, we made the assumption that the prices would stay at the low level for the entire period," Oliver told a news conference on Thursday. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Preston Citizen
An overhaul of the stamp duty tax on properties is the reform that home-movers would be most keen to see put in place after next year's general election, a property website has found. Rightmove asked more than 41,000 people who were in the process of buying a new home or planning to do so to choose from a wish-list of housing policies they would like to see put in place following the election next spring. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Independent.ie
NEW rules on home loans being planned by the Central Bank will be among the strictest in Europe, estate agents have said. Delegates attending the European Confederation of Real Estate Agents Conference in Dublin expressed surprise that Ireland was introducing a 20pc deposit requirement when, out of 14 countries represented, a deposit was required in only one. Comment?
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