Troutdale Real Estate News
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Friday Oct 10 | via OregonLive.com
When Se-ah-dom Edmo first began saving for a house, she could afford to put aside only $25 a month. But her family was ready for their own place. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 24 | via OregonLive.com
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation today announced $422,500 in workforce and community development grants to 22 nonprofits in Portland to help individuals and families build better financial lives. These grants will support education, jobs, affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization; areas vital to creating healthy communities. Comment?
Sep 4, 2014 | via The Newberg Graphic
Angelique Spotted Eagle has lived in Portland most of her life. A member of the Blackfoot tribe, she has conscientiously maintained her Native American identity, regularly attending powwows and Friday night Bow & Arrow Culture Club events at the Northeast Portland Native American Youth and Family Center with her son, Julius. Comment?
Aug 31, 2014 | via OregonLive.com
Mickey J. Lindsay, vice president and managing principal broker at Oregon First, said Bittler was sent packing because she never submitted any record of her dealings with Elmo and Melitta Marquette, as required by state law. Comment?
Aug 30, 2014 | via OregonLive.com
Last November, a two-acre parcel in Southwest Portland sold for $22,000, one-tenth of what Multnomah County considers its real-market value. Comment?
Sunday Oct 19 | via OregonLive.com
A few days ago, car search engine iSeeCars.com released the results of a study showing how the cost of commuting is eating away at household budgets across America. The startup's analysis of sales in the nation's 50 largest metropolitan areas concluded that millions of people can't afford to buy even the average used car in their city . Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via OregonLive.com
State officials say Cylvia Hayes played no role in the 2011 negotiations that temporarily averted foreclosure for a former Hayes client. Bruce Ely / The Oregonian Gov. John Kitzhaber's senior staffers staged a last-second intervention in 2011 in the foreclosure of a ritzy golf course property in Bend partially owned by a real estate developer that had hired Cylvia Hayes under a consulting contract. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Willamette Week
It was November 2011, and the golf course had been slammed by the recession that had battered Bend. The course's developer, California-based Hix Rubenstein , faced foreclosure on a $58 million bank loan and a $1.8 million loan from the state of Oregon. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via Daily Mail
'Mitt and I are done . . . . Done. Done. Done': Ann Romney leaves little room for doubt when asked her husband will run again as he comes under huge pressure to have another tilt at the White House Oregon governor's fiancee bought farmland to illegally grow marijuana - just months after she was paid $5,000 to marry an immigrant Are we closer to solving the meaning of LIFE? World's longest neutrino beam seeks to find out why our universe exists Oregon governor's fiancee bought farmland to illegally grow marijuana - just months after she was paid $5,000 to marry an immigrant Cylvia Hayes, who became engaged to Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber earlier this year, has admitted to buying the $245,000 property in 1997 The farm was intended to be used to grow pot but she said it never materialized - although her realtor said there is evidence pot was grown Last week, she admitted she had married ... (more) Comment?
Monday Oct 13 | via The Oregonian
A retired real estate broker told The Oregonian on Monday night that he sold Cylvia Hayes and her then-boyfriend a 60-acre parcel in Washington in late 1997, and after the property went into foreclosure, he found marijuana trimmings in an upstairs bedroom. Hayes, 47, issued a statement Monday in response to the story writing "the property in Okanogan was intended to be the site of a marijuana grow operation that never materialized. Comment?
5 min ago | via SFGate
It's too hard for Americans to get new mortgages, even with low interest rates, and tight credit is one of the reasons the country is stuck in a sluggish recovery. So the federal regulator for home financing giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is trying to encourage banks to offer mortgages to more people by easing some of its own regulations on bank practices. Comment?
20 min ago | via Business Wire
SBAB's CEO, Klas Danielsson, comments: The third quarter was characterised by a good business climate, and we enter the fourth quarter with a positive profit trend. We shall concentrate on improving, reinforcing and developing our residential mortgage offering. Comment?
25 min ago | via American Reporter
While John McCain and Sarah Palin were refighting the culture wars of the 1960s, Obama turned his campaign into a referendum on deregulation, trickle down economics and tax giveaways to the wealthy and corporations. He offered a break with the policies that have dominated mainstream economic discourse since Ronald Reagan. Comment?
33 min ago | via Bloomberg
Nordea Bank AB reported profit for the third quarter that missed analyst estimates after the Nordic region's largest bank booked an impairment charge as part of an upgrade of its technology systems. Nordea's net income rose 21 percent to 938 million euros , the Stockholm-based bank said in a statement today. Comment?
35 min ago | via Pocono Record
Reader question: The buyer backed out just days before closing, which left me in a financial disaster. I made my income out of my home renting rooms. Comment?
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