Winslow Real Estate News
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Oct 15, 2014 | via Duke City Fix
The other day, I spoke with a gentleman here in Albuquerque who'd fallen victim to one of the many, many foreclosure relief scams that are out there. This one was clever: the company takes $5000, plus 10% of any savings the homeowner gets from his bank's loan modification program, but not until after the loan is modified . Comment?
13 hrs ago | via Business Journal
Realtors are backing a bill at the Arizona Legislature to stop cities from forcing them to get multiple business licenses. The Arizona Association of Realtors supports Senate Bill 1368. Comment?
Sunday Feb 15 | via The Arizona Republic
Mesa brothers get prison in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Two Mesa brothers sent to federal prison for using business in $28M mortgage fraud scheme Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1Dv4yCt Two Mesa brothers who pleaded guilty to using their business in a $28 million mortgage fraud scheme, have both been sentenced to federal prison and ordered to pay restitution to banks. Scott and Kevin Lee used Summit Capital to originate fraudulent loans using bogus loan applications, forged signatures, and false financial and construction-related documents. Comment?
Friday Feb 6 | via Edmonton Journal
Music director Bill Eddins will continue to lead the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His contract, which was set to expire in June of this year, has been extended until the end of the 2016/2017 season. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via Verde Independent
A special Arizona law designed to protect homeowners from lenders does not apply if the house was never built, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday. In a victory for banks and other lenders, the justices said they can go after some borrowers who default on their loans if the value of the property is less than the amount owed. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via The Arizona Republic
Arizona to get slice of $1.38B financial award Arizona to get a $21.5-million slice of a settlement from rating agency Standard & Poor's. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1CWIPDe Arizona will receive a $21.5-million slice of a $1.38-billion settlement from Standard & Poor's, which was accused of issuing inflated ratings on securities that contributed to the housing collapse. Comment?
32 min ago | via CBC News
After a chilly night, the weather will begin to take a warmer turn in the next few days. Today, we'll see sunshine and a high of -9 C. Not a lot of precipitation in the forecast for the rest of the week - we'll see sunny highs of 1 C tomorrow and 9 C on Thursday. Comment?
38 min ago | via MarketWatch
The Australian government ordered the sale of a Sydney waterfront mansion it alleges was illegally bought by Chinese investors last year, opening a new front-line in its battle to curb the flow of foreign money contributing to rising home prices. Treasurer Joe Hockey gave a unit of Hong Kong-listed Evergrande Real Estate Group up to 90 days to find a buyer for the house, located in the affluent suburb of Point Piper, that it bought for 39 million Australian dollars in November. Comment?
39 min ago | via Live Charts
Travis Perkins delivered a "typically conservative statement" on Tuesday as it warned about a moderation of growth in the UK housing market, according to Westhouse Securities which kept a 'neutral' rating on the stock. The builders merchant and home improvement group said adjusted pre-tax profit rose 12.8% to A 362.3m in 2014, slightly ahead of the consensus estimate of A 362m, while adjusted earnings per share rose 14.9% to 119p compared with the 117p forecast. Comment?
43 min ago | via Mortgage News Daily
Bottom Right Default State Name: State Name underscore: State Name dash: State Name lower underscore: State Name lower dash: State Name lower: State Abbreviation: State Abbreviation Lower: If you've been following the MBS Commentary, you know what a big deal this afternoon could be . Markets have been preparing for it for weeks and MBS Live members have been on top of those movements every step of the way. Comment?
46 min ago | via Business Journal
A week before Doral Bank was closed by federal regulators, it made a $20 million loan to a company managed by Israeli investor Moishe Mana for 17 different properties around Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, according to Miami-Dade records. The 17 assorted properties owned by Melanie Holdings LLC add up to approximately 4.9 acres of real estate. Comment?
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