Wheeling Real Estate News
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Thursday Feb 12 | via Chron
You've decided to go for it. Buying a home can be thrilling and nerve-wracking at the same time, especially for a first-time home buyer. Comment?
Dec 16, 2014 | via The Intelligencer
Testimony in federal court Tuesday showed Wheeling businessman Mark C. Busack hopes to pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars he bilked from his former mortgage business customers by making hundreds of unauthorized credit and debit card transactions. Busack, 51, of Bellaire, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp, to four counts of use of an unauthorized access device and one count of filing a false income tax return. Comment?
Dec 16, 2014 | via Big News Network.com
Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states. Comment?
Dec 9, 2014 | via The Intelligencer
Wheeling businessman Mark Busack plans to keep his Bethany Pike businesses open despite the five federal charges pending against him. On Friday, U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said Busak has agreed to plead guilty to four federal counts of use of an unauthorized access device and one count of filing a false income tax return. Comment?
Dec 5, 2014 | via Huntington News
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today announced he filed a lawsuit in Ohio County Circuit Court against an Ohio County businessman and his Wheeling-based businesses alleging they violated the Consumer Credit and Protection Act; the Mortgage Lender, Broker and Servicer Act; and the Safe Mortgage Licensure Act. The lawsuit alleges Mark Busack and his business, Major Savings Inc., misrepresented fees charged on consumers' credit cards for loan services, used deceptive advertising practices when trying to entice homeowners into refinancing their mortgages, unlawfully collected fees in advance of loans closing, ran their credit cards through That's Italian Specialty Foods, and other violations of state law. Comment?
Dec 23, 2014 | via JD Supra
Discussing the Two Pillars of America's Main Street Economy - An Interview with Larry F. Mazza, CEO of MVB Bank, Inc. Larry Mazza is Chief Executive Officer of MVB Financial Corp., the parent of West Virginia-based MVB Bank, Inc. Mr. Mazza also serves on the MVB Financial Corp. Board of Directors. He is a recognized name in West Virginia banking with over 25 years of experience in both large banks and community banks. Comment?
15 min ago | via Hampshire Chronicle
Average household incomes are back to the levels they were at before the financial downturn struck, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has found. But the recovery in living standards has been much slower than after previous recessions and changes to spending patterns suggest that people think their income prospects have taken a permanent hit, it warned. Comment?
25 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
The credit inflation of the past sixty years has encouraged growth and innovation in finance and the financial sectors have grown more rapidly than the industrial sectors. Consequently, we may have reached a time when economic growth is going to continue to be slower than over the past sixty years as the economy is transformed. Comment?
45 min ago | via Bloomberg
March 4 -- Australia's government ordered a company owned by China's Evergrande Real Estate Group to sell a A$39 million Sydney mansion as it cracks down on illegal home-buying by foreigners. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has more on "First Up." Comment?
45 min ago | via Bloomberg
Senator Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat from Massachusetts, questions Janet Yellen, chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, right, during a Senate Banking Committee hearing in Washington, D.C. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg -- Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, countering criticism from members of Congress, said the central bank is trying to avoid being too cozy with the Wall Street firms it supervises and wants to ensure that regulators aren't afraid to confront the financial industry. "The risk of regulatory capture is something the Federal Reserve takes very seriously and works very hard to prevent," Yellen said in remarks prepared for a speech in New York on Tuesday night. Comment?
46 min ago | via Bloomberg
Cyprus made euro-era history in March 2013 when it imposed capital controls for the first, and so far only, time in the single currency's existence. The measures came alongside a 10 billion-euro rescue led by the euro area, the merger of the country's two largest lenders, and the seizure of almost half the savings of some 21,000 customers. Comment?
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