19 hrs ago | via WPTV Local News
Some realtors have started encouraging their clients to send letters to potential landlords with their offers. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via Times News
Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Co., Box 3622, Bala Cynwyd, has filed a civil complaint against Yvonne Anthony, 1670 Lower Smith Gap Rd., Kunkletown, seeking repayment of monies the insurance company paid on a claim from an area church. Comment?
Wednesday May 8 | via Realtor Magazine
I find it difficult to comprehend Ralph Martire as the head of a Chicago-based bipartisan economic think tank when he is actually a well-known liberal expounding Keynesian policies. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via The Orlando Sentinel
Fighting economic crosscurrents, Orlando-area residents managed to improve their financial situation in recent months, though not enough to change the region's first-place ranking among the country's most financially troubled metropolitan areas, according to a study released Wednesday. Comment?
Monday May 6 | via BlockShopper
Linda Baratz sold a four-bedroom, three-bath townhome at 17792 Villa Club Way in Unincorporated Boca Raton to Robert N. Stangarone for $750,000 on Feb. Comment?
20 hrs ago | via Florida Trend
As Gov. Scott signs a $74.5 billion budget before leaving for a trade mission to Chile, he will veto a 3 percent increase in Florida college tuition and approve $65 million in extra Medicaid funding to hospitals that provide much of the care to the poor, including Tampa General and Jackson Memorial in Miami. Comment?
Friday May 17 | via OpEdNews
Florida Governor Rick Scott may have just one more day to veto Florida's big-bank friendly foreclosure act, HB 87. Comment?
Sunday | via Naples Daily News
Stock Development created a new entry presentation at Quail West that includes a circular approach, water features and an elegantly designed welcome tower. Comment?
Sunday | via The Florida Times-Union
University of North Florida economist Paul Mason has been tracking figures that impact the First Coast economy for 12 years, but he's never seen the housing market jump like it did between March and April. Comment?
Friday May 17 | via South Florida Sun-Sentinel
A group of South Florida attorneys has negotiated a projected settlement of more than $19 million to resolve a class-action case brought on behalf of thousands of homeowners across the state who, through their Wells Fargo Bank mortgages, were subjected to so-called force- or lender-placed insurance. Comment?
4 min ago | via Housing Wire
LLB&B , a Mobile, Ala.-based real estate company, will pay $29,000 as part of a settlement to resolve allegations that one of its agents denied a home tour to a prospective buyer because he is African American, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development said. Comment?
6 min ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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11 min ago | via Housing Wire
States hit the hardest by the foreclosure crisis benefited the most from the multi-billion dollar national mortgage servicing settlement, according to first-quarter 2013 data released by Joseph Smith, an independent monitor overseeing the distribution of aid. Comment?
22 min ago | via TheStreet.com
The old rule of thumb says: Don't buy a home unless you'll stay there for four or five years -- long enough for appreciation to offset expenses such as the real estate agent's commission when you sell. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
The highs of the lows Listening today to both Mark Carney and Julie Dickson, you get a sense of both the ecstasy and the agony of ultra-low interest rates. Comment?