Watsonville Real Estate News
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22 hrs ago | via GlobeNewswire
Gladstone Land Corporation announced today that it won, at a public auction, the right to acquire a 331-acre strawberry farm in Salinas, California, for approximately $17.0 million. The property, located in a premier agricultural region in Monterey County, has four wells on site with ample water and has excellent soil. Comment?
Nov 13, 2014 | via Monterey County Herald
SAND CITY >> A company trying to foreclose on the site of the proposed Monterey Bay Shores Resort is now betting on a series of emails to bolster its case. In a declaration filed in Monterey County Court, attorney John Fredericks has alleged that a New York-based lender never agreed to let developer Ed Ghandour pay back more than $20 million in loans at a steep discount, as Ghandour contends in a counter-lawsuit filed in the case last month. Comment?
Nov 6, 2014 | via Wall Street Journal
Want to boost your home value? Invite your mother-in-law over. Why space for aging parents is a hot real-estate amenity now. Comment?
Nov 5, 2014 | via Examiner.com
For any true wine lover it is always exciting to discover a new, exciting and innovative winery especially those that are off the beaten trail. This is always the case when attending the Garagiste Festival especially the upcoming one in Paso Robles from November 6 -9, 2014. Comment?
Oct 28, 2014 | via Holtville Tribune
Susan Johnson, 67, of Rescue, has been appointed to the California Private Security Disciplinary Review Committee, North. Johnson was principal and owner of Tallent Johnson Consulting from 2001 to 2011 and an independent residential sales agent at Leu Enterprises and at Keller Williams Realty from 2005 to 2010. Comment?
23 hrs ago | via The Fresno Bee
Keep Your Home California has made a change to one of its four foreclosure relief programs to help homeowners struggling to find a job. The Unemployment Mortgage Assistance Program has expanded from 12 months to 18 months. Comment?
Yesterday | via Contra Costa Times
By most measures, the housing market these days is a bit sluggish. Prices are flat. Comment?
Yesterday | via Mortgage News Daily
"Congress extends Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Act " - hey, that's good news, right? In fact the Senate approved a bill that would retroactively extend over 50 expiring tax provisions for one year, including the one that shields distressed homeowners from paying taxes on any mortgage debt forgiven in a short sale. The latest Issue of Arch MI's Housing and Mortgage Market Review with a new version of the Arch MI Risk Index is currently available. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via North Coast Journal Weekly Politics
Compared to other Californians, we Humboldters are twice as likely to live in a mobile home. Proportionately, there are also more military veterans and disabled people among us, and a whole lot more government workers. Comment?
Wednesday | via Housing Wire
An opposite day version of Christmas comes early to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development , as community groups in several cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Boston will present local HUD officials with their "Grinch of the Year" award for refusing to fix a controversial program that auctions off the ownership of homes of troubled borrowers, which the advocates say is driving foreclosures. The community groups are calling for changes to the Distressed Asset Stabilization Program, created in 2012 by the Federal Housing Administration. Comment?
1 min ago | via Chron
Houston native, Kathy Scott , Realtor, Greenwood King Properties, had a first career as an attorney practicing in commercial real estate and commercial lending, which is important to her clients today. "There are many moving parts in a real estate transaction that do not always follow the game plan. Comment?
2 min ago | via Albany Times Union
North Carolina lawmakers have voted to recommend weakening requirements for the state's mortgage lenders, a move that proponents say would cut costs for the industry but critics say would dilute protections for borrowers. A legislative study committee voted unanimously Friday to move forward with the proposed changes, which are expected to be taken up when the General Assembly convenes in January. Comment?
25 min ago | via Reuters
U.S. homeowners suing mortgage companies once owned by a bank Wells Fargo & Co later acquired won a $54.8 million verdict on Friday in a class action over excessive fees. The verdict, by a federal jury in Manhattan, came in a long-running lawsuit by borrowers whose mortgages were owned or serviced by HomEq Serving or the lender whose loans it was established to manage, the now-defunct The Money Store. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via PR-inside.com
Reflecting this view, there is significant international interest in investing in Chinese commercial property. We forecast a slowdown in Chinese economic growth, despite government stimulus measures, from 6.7% in 2015 and to under 6% by the end of our forecast period, in 2018. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via Cape Cod Times
When the bottom fell out of the housing market in 2008, some Massachusetts policy makers saw a possible silver lining. After years of fretting about the high cost of housing in the Bay State, and multiple attempts to encourage the creating of more affordable homes, the bursting of the housing bubble had brought prices down fast. Comment?
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