Wednesday Jun 5 | via Business Journal
A settlement reached in February 2012 between 49 state attorneys general and the five largest U.S. mortgage services set aside $1.5 billion for payment to borrowers who lost their homes in foreclosure. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 5 | via Kansas City InfoZine
In February 2012, 49 state attorneys general and the federal government announced the joint state-federal National Mortgage Settlement with the country's five largest mortgage servicers. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 4 | via Business Journal
More than 20,000 Missouri borrowers will be receiving refund checks in the mail for nearly $1,500 in the coming weeks, Attorney General Chris Koster announced Tuesday. 4 comments
Mar 13, 2013 | via Home
Mark Mihal was having a good opening day on the links when he noticed an unusual depression on the 14th fairway at Annbriar Golf Club in southern Illinois. Comment?
May 8, 2013 | via The Kansas City Star
Shopping on a computer is seductively simple - and chances are good you won't pay state or local sales taxes on many purchases. Comment?
5 min ago | via Squamish Chief
Vancouver has become the next stop for real estate tycoon and reality television icon Donald Trump's international hotel chain. Comment?
7 min ago | via Reuters
Hong Kong shares could plumb fresh 2013 lows on Thursday, with interest rate-sensitive counters seen under pressure after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke signalled the Fed may begin reducing stimulus later this year. Comment?
7 min ago | via WALA
The Federal Reserve has taken many unprecedented steps in the past four years to try to boost the U.S. economy and counter the effects of a financial crisis that triggered a painful recession. Comment?
8 min ago | via Sunherald.com
The Federal Reserve's chief policymaking group, the Federal Open Market Committee, has vast power over the economy through its ability to set monetary policy. Comment?
17 min ago | via Sunherald.com
Stocks fell sharply after Bernanke used a midafternoon news conference to clarify the circumstances under which hed begin easing off the pace of purchases of government and mortgage bonds, a pace thats now averaging $85 billion a month. Comment?