Yakima Real Estate News
Feb 11, 2015 | via KIMA
The murder of a Yakima real estate agent will get national coverage this week. Dateline NBC will air a report on Vern Holbrook's death Friday night. Comment?
Feb 6, 2015 | via KIMA
With an influx of buyers, homes are in higher demand. "Those people are coming back into the market place," said Valerie Britt-Kalberg, Yakima Association of Realtors Association Executive. Comment?
Oct 30, 2014 | via KIMA
Two men convicted of murder in the death of a Yakima real estate agent have been sentenced to more than 25 years in prison. Daniel Blizzard was sentenced to 34 years in prison, while Luis Gomez-Monges received 26. Prosecutors say Blizzard paid Luis Gomez-Monges to kill Vern Holbrook at a Cowiche home. Comment?
Oct 13, 2014 | via KIMA
A jury has found Luis Gomez-Monges guilty of first-degree murder in the death of a local real estate agent. Gomez-Monges was accused of attacking Vern Holbrook in a Cowiche home last year. Comment?
Oct 9, 2014 | via KIMA
Jury deliberations begin Friday for the second man on trial for the murder of a Yakima real estate agent. Closing arguments wrapped up late Thursday in the Luis Gomez-Monges case, but not without some surprises. Comment?
Friday | via SNL Financial
The Federal Reserve said the companies must take immediate action to reflect suggested improvements in their 2015 plans, due Dec. 31. Without pointing out specific issues with specific banks, the regulators noted that common deficiencies in the living wills included unrealistic or inadequately reported assumptions in the likely behavior of consumers, regulators, investors and central clearing facilities; as well as inadequate analysis regarding interconnections within firms. the 2013 living wills of all 11 banks required to submit them. Comment?
Saturday Mar 21 | via Examiner.com
It's usually never a good thing to have your name added to a law, either officially or unofficially. Yet that's exactly what's happened to Country-Pop music A1 4ber-megastar Taylor Swift . Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via KNUS-AM Aurora
The office of Washington state auditor Troy Kelley released late Friday a Department of Justice subpoena that sought documents related to a part-time employee at the agency who was a longtime business associate of the elected official. The federal grand jury subpoena, dated March 5, sought material related to 46-year-old Jason J. Jerue, who used to work for the auditor at a company that handled mortgage filings from escrow and other real-estate transactions that was previously owned by Kelley. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 11 | via Methow Valley News Home Page
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Trout Unlimited-Washington Water Project is proposing to construct a project on the Methow Valley Irrigation District Canal in Twisp, WA: MVID West Distribution System, consisting of installing approximately 14,200 l.f. of HDPE pipe, through and south-west of the Town of Twisp, partly in an existing open canal. Comment?
Friday Mar 6 | via National Mortgage News
Impac Mortgage Corp. said that George Mangiaracina has joined the firm's senior management team as executive vice president and managing director. Mangiaracina will participate on the executive, risk and capital markets committees and will be a member of the CashCall transition team. Comment?
14 min ago | via Examiner.com
Payday loans are being vilified in the news almost daily. A March 29 article in the Washington Post calls payday loans "the very definition of robbing Peter to pay Paul. Comment?
14 min ago | via Forbes.com
I'm a Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute in London, a writer here and there on this and that and strangely, one of the global experts on the metal scandium, one of the rare earths. An odd thing to be but someone does have to be such and in this flavour of our universe I am. Comment?
23 min ago | via Daily Herald
Americans in their 20s and early 30s are getting a nudge toward homeownership a decade after sales peaked during the housing bubble. It's not their nagging parents. Comment?
26 min ago | via Lowell Sun
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week for a second straight week, edging closer to historically low levels at the start of the spring home-buying season. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac said Thursday the national average for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage declined to 3.69 percent from 3.78 percent last week. Comment?
32 min ago | via Cape Gazette
Many people fall out of the home buying market when interest rates start to go up. This is often a mistake. Comment?
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