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Tuesday Sep 9 | via The Jersey Journal
The manager of the McDonald's on Delsea Drive reported on Aug. 19 that an unidentified male subject attempted to use a counterfeit $20, but fled once the manager advised the suspect he was calling the police. The suspect, who was described as a black male about 6 feet 3 inches tall and 300 pounds, left another counterfeit $20 bill behind on the counter as well. Comment?
Jun 26, 2014 | via WKXW-FM Trenton
New Jersey is third in the nation for its number of so-called " zombie foreclosures ," properties stuck in the foreclosure process for so long that both the bank and the owner have abandoned them. Comment?
May 3, 2014 | via Philly.com
"I really enjoy it," says Cahn, a personable father of three and grandfather-to-be who's in his third year as mayor of Cherry Hill, South Jersey's signature suburb. Comment?
Mar 28, 2014 | via Philly.com
PENNSAUKEN An abandoned Acme Market has sat vacant on the corner of River Road and 47th Street in Pennsauken since the 1990s. Comment?
Thursday Sep 18 | via The Jersey Journal
A scary number, but it's better than the national average, according to a recent study by The Urban Institute. The study, based on credit reports from TransUnion, found 35 percent of Americans have debts in collections, compared to 29.3 percent of New Jerseyans. Comment?
Dec 5, 2013 | via The Item
"Ask the Realtor" is a weekly column from the 3,000+ member RealSource Association of Realtors, serving northern New Jersey. Those in need of advice from a professional Realtor may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, keying "Ask the Realtor" in the subject line. Comment?
Thursday Sep 11 | via The Item
The recovery of New Jersey's commercial real estate market could be derailed by a glut of multifamily development, the state's fiscal woes and local governments' resistance to change, executives said at a conference Thursday. Real estate officials offered a bullish report on most sectors of the real estate market - industrial, office and multifamily - at the 13th annual RealShare New Jersey forum, attended by about 400 people at the Hyatt Regency. Comment?
Thursday Sep 11 | via NJ.com
Foreclosure activity in New Jersey jumped in August, a new report shows, leaving the state with one of the highest foreclosure rates nationwide. New Jersey has the nation's fourth-highest foreclosure rate, according to housing data released today by RealtyTrac, with foreclosure filings on one in every 553 homes in the state. Comment?
Thursday Sep 11 | via Business Journal
The foreclosure rate in New Jersey increased dramatically in August and is now the fourth-highest in the nation behind just Florida, Nevada and Maryland, according to data released today by RealtyTrac . New Jersey foreclosure starts in August increased 115 percent from a year ago to the highest level since January 2014, and scheduled foreclosure auctions increased 71 percent from a year ago to the highest level since July 2010. Comment?
7 min ago | via Connecticut Post
17, 2014. The house is for sale with an asking price of $3,495,000. Stanwich Road had more single-family home sales this summer than any other street in all of Greenwich. Comment?
42 min ago | via Texarkana Gazette
The nation's housing secretary says a booming Hispanic population will drive the future of America's residential real estate market and predicts that a major overhaul of fe... Comment?
43 min ago | via The Peninsula
DOHA: Al Khaliji bank , has announced offering more rewarding special lending rates for its premium customers, said the company in a press statement yesterday. The premium customers can now avail mortgages, personal and auto loans at just 3.99 percent. Comment?
47 min ago | via El Paso Times
The Federal Emergency Management Agency published its revisions to El Paso's flood hazard maps that are used by insurance companies to set premiums for flood insurance. According to the Federal Register, FEMA published its notice about the revisions on Sept. Comment?
47 min ago | via The Item
Q. I'm considering heading south for the winter months and am not comfortable leaving my town house empty for two to four months. Should I try renting it through an executive rental company, VRBO, Craigslist, etc.? My neighbors are currently paying about $2,000 per month to rent a similar unit, on a one-year lease. Comment?
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