West Jefferson Real Estate News
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Monday Oct 13 | via Learn Bonds
Ultra-loose monetary policy has pushed investors en masse to take risks that they otherwise wouldn't be comfortable with. The WSJ reports that this has led to some trades becoming "crowded," and thus potentially vulnerable to sharp reversals if the assumptions underlying them prove false. Comment?
Jul 9, 2014 | via Alabama Live
Two political newcomers will face off in the Republican runoff election July 15 for the Alabama Senate District 17 seat, which is being vacated by Sen. Scott Beason . Comment?
Nov 1, 2009 | via Examiner.com
Would you like to purchase a home? However, you don't know the first thing about that process. Comment?
May 6, 2014 | via Detroit News
There are nearly 170,000 creditors holding a stake in Detroit's bankruptcy, but a handful have thrown up more obstacles than all the rest put together: bond insurers. Comment?
Apr 18, 2014 | via Business Journal
There are around 9.1 million homes with mortgages that are still underwater, meaning the owner owes 25 percent or more than the value's property. Comment?
Yesterday | via Washington Examiner
The bureau, created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, has never faced a GOP-led Senate, but it now faces that scenario, with polls favoring Republicans to win in several swing states in the November election. The Republican Party needs to pick up six Senate seats to take control of the chamber. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via MDJonline.com
Makeup artist Julian Reynolds applies rouge to Veronica Anderson's cheeks. Anderson is married to Tee Anderson, a 2001 graduate of Marietta High School. Comment?
Saturday Oct 11 | via Alabama Live
WiRE is the acronym for "Week in Real Estate" and is digitally published every Saturday morning on al.com. The WiRE is categorized geographically and is designed to help real estate professionals, affiliates and consumers follow all the major news stories that impact real estate in Alabama. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 7 | via WSFA-TV Montgomery
Financial planners will be offering free, one-on-one 30 minute sessions at Homewood City Hall on Tuesday, October 7 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in honor of Financial Planning Week. The Financial Planning Association of North Alabama is hosting the expo in Rosewood Hall at Homewood City Hall, located at 2850 19th Street Homewood. Comment?
Saturday Oct 4 | via Alabama Live
Enjoy the WiRE compliments of the ACRE Corporate Cabinet. Click link in article to see the corporations that are building Alabama's real estate multimedia network. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Citizens' Voice
Curtis L. MacDougall and Karen M. MacDougall to Keith J. Simonson and Jodie L. Simonson for $145,000; Union Township. Wayne G. Shonk and Trudy A. Shonk to Anthony P. Sayre III and Anthony P. Sayre Jr. for $70,000; Ross Township. Comment?
10 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?
26 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?
30 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?
39 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?
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