Tucson Estates Real Estate News
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Oct 14, 2014 | via KOLD-TV Tucson
TUCSON, AZ - There is a new free community program that will be geared toward helping first time home buyers, sponsored by Radian Group, Inc. A private mortgage insurance company, Radian is launching a new home ownership campaign today. This campaign kicks off this morning with a press conference at 10 a.m., near Houghton and Irvington on Tucson's southeast side. Comment?
Aug 6, 2014 | via KOLD-TV Tucson
A man's trip to a Canadian Burger King is going viral online. He wants to know if he is a bad guy for really putting a damper on one family's trip to the fast food restaurant to get a piece of pie. Comment?
Jun 24, 2014 | via KOLD-TV Tucson
Pima County, the Attorney General's Office, the Arizona Department of Housing and the Arizona Foreclosure Prevention Taskforce is holding a two day housing recovery event for residents of the county, according to a recent release. Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via JD Supra
In 2014, the Arizona Legislature enacted significant changes to the anti-deficiency statutes, which protect certain residential borrowers from a deficiency judgment following foreclosure. These statutory changes, which apply to mortgages or deeds of trust that originate on or after January 1, 2015, were designed to clear up confusion created by some recent court decisions regarding when the protection applies. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via ABC15.com
With thousands of people expected to come to Arizona for the Pro Bowl, Super Bowl and all the events in between, for those with home rentals available it's a great way to bring in some extra money. Karen Kary and her family live near 95th Avenue and Olive in Peoria. Comment?
Friday Jan 9 | via KTAR
Mark Moore with the California-based real estate investment company Home Liberty said a reduction in the mortgage insurance premium will mainly help first-time home buyers. Many existing homeowners are out of luck and the plan doesn't address the real issue that's dragging down housing -- underwater homeowners. Comment?
Friday Jan 9 | via The Kingman Daily Miner
Standing at the epicenter of the nation's recent housing crisis, President Barack Obama on Thursday promoted plans to lower some mortgage insurance premiums, a move the White House says could save homeowners $900 a year and attract 250,000 first-time buyers. The housing market in Arizona is drastically different than it was when Obama first visited the state weeks after taking office in 2009. Comment?
Thursday Jan 8 | via KTVK Phoenix
Throughout Barack Obama's presidency, Arizona has served as a symbol of the nation's real estate crisis and recovery. When Obama visited Arizona within weeks of taking office in 2009, the state was among the hardest hit by the housing collapse and the White House was pushing multibillion-dollar programs to save homeowners from foreclosure. Comment?
30 min ago | via Refinery 29
When I was a kid, my parents would watch this American TV show called Thirtysomething . The characters were in their 30s, grappling with spouses, kids, high-flying careers, cancer scares, mortgages, the lot. Comment?
38 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Of all the lofty attributes Canada's world-class cities have touted in recent years, making a home unaffordable for average folks is perhaps the least enviable. It was also avoidable. Comment?
42 min ago | via Cambridge Evening News
So you've decided to put your property up for sale? If it's your first time as a vendor , here are a few of the main things that you will need to think about. Find an agent. Comment?
44 min ago | via WCBM-AM Pikesville
Who are these Obama voters? They can't all have head injuries, have been in a coma for the past 4 years, or own stock in an electric car battery company. Besides having "stupid" stamped on their forehead, here's a handy guide identifying these clueless creatures. Comment?
52 min ago | via Housing Wire
Monday Morning Cup of Coffee takes a look at news coming across HousingWire's weekend desk, with more coverage to come on bigger issues. Later Friday, Ocwen Financial Corp. topped off its very bad week by announcing that it will hire outside accountants and pay $2.5 million to the state of California to end the state's bid to suspend the company's license. Comment?
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