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Thursday May 21 | via Insurance News Net
A bill that would significantly reduce federal agencies' authority to regulate insurance companies was reported out of committee today, despite it being unlikely to win enough votes in its present form to become law. The bill will likely need significant narrowing before it can win enough votes to be enacted. Comment?
Sunday May 24 | via The Columbus Dispatch
As spring home sales kick into gear, central Ohio shoppers are discovering that in some neighborhoods the old rules of home-buying no longer apply. Instead, they must learn the meaning of phrases such as "escalation clauses," "highest-and-best offers," "no-remedy inspections" and "curbside offers." Comment?
Tuesday May 19 | via Washington Examiner
Democrats on the Senate Banking Committee have countered Republican Chairman Richard Shelby's proposal to overhaul banking regulation with a plan of their own, one that would limit deregulation to small banks and credit unions. The outline, released by the panel's ranking Democrat, Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio, two days before a scheduled mark-up, mostly retains the community bank provisions of Shelby's reform, while dropping a range of other items that liberals had criticized as giveaways to Wall Street. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Los Angeles Times
A Senate committee Thursday voted to ease some of the financial regulations enacted in 2010, approving legislation that Republicans said would help small banks avoid burdensome rules but that Democrats charged would help big Wall Street firms as well. The 12-10 vote in the Senate Banking Committee split along party lines, demonstrating the sharp partisan divisions that still exist nearly five years after the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was approved in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Press
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has proposed more changes to the state's formula for farmland valuation, saying the reforms would result in more accurate valuations that reflect the economic conditions the agricultural sector is facing. In a May 13 letter to the Ohio Department of Taxation, the Farm Bureau contends the changes to the Current Agricultural Use Valuation program would also encourage more participation in conservation practices. Comment?
33 min ago | via Brandon Sun
Every time the Manitoba government borrows money, there is an inevitable comparison to home mortgages, but an inch below the spin is the glaring reality that government debt is nothing like a mortgage. Here are five reasons why. Comment?
47 min ago | via Sys-Con Media
Ellie MaeA , a leading provider of innovative on-demand software solutions and services for the residential mortgage industry, announced today that members of its management team will present at the 2015 Stephens Spring Investment Conference at The New York Palace Hotel in New York City on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015. The presentation will begin at 11:00 AM Eastern Time. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Herald Gazette
Lovely 2.99 acre park-like, private and serene lot with distant water views. Driveway, well, three bedroom septic, underground power, shed, mature oaks and landscaping, fruit trees, outcroppings, comforting water feature and a foundation which has been filled in with dirt, but could easily become once again functional. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Go Local
American homeowners are ready to see their homes be worth something again - at least as much as they paid for them. For many, home values dictate whether or not they are able to sell their home and recoup their investment. Comment?
1 hr ago | via This Is Money
With profits investments have fallen out of favour due to dwindling payouts, a lack of transparency about how money is invested and apparently arbitrary decisions about bonuses, but many people still hold them. There are millions of people who are saving for retirement or to pay off their mortgage using an investment known as 'with profits', They were the most popular form of investments in the 1980-1990s among high-flying City folk and average Joes whose premiums were collected on pay-day every Friday evening. Comment?
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