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The Pomeroy's building in the 300 block of Northampton Street has restaurants and apartments filled with tenants and, in less than a year since reopening, has become a redevelopment success story for Easton's downtown. But for more than 30 years the...
Janet and Paul Arndt fell behind on their bills a couple of years ago after Janet lost her job as an office administrator and Paul had back and neck problems that prevented him from working as a painter. Their Heidelberg Township home went into...
Home flippers got a bad name during the housing boom. They sold properties for big profits in days or weeks, and the rapid price appreciation created a frenzy that led to the eventual bust. But today's flippers are getting credit for helping the...
Tags: Real Estate Buyers, Realty, Homes, Property, Real Estate
Dear Home Seller, Thank you for allowing us in your home during yesterday's open house. Our Realtor suggested we include this personal letter with our bid to set us apart from the 83 other offers you're likely drooling over right now. I'm supposed...
Tribune reporterAn Arizona-based firm keen on owning foreclosed homes in the Chicago area and elsewhere as rental properties began trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. American Residential Properties Inc., Scottsdale, Ariz., raised $287.7 million in an...
The Ocala area had the second-highest rate of home foreclosures in the nation during April, with Orlando ranked close behind in fourth, according to a new report. During a month when Florida and the U.S. saw further declines in foreclosure activity, the...
Tags: Ocala, Orlando, Auction Service, Tampa, Credit Ratings
ReutersWASHINGTON, May 8 (Reuters) - A multi-bank settlement with regulators over past foreclosure abuses ran into new problems when some borrowers received smaller checks than they should have, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday. Some 4.2 million people are...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A multi-bank settlement with regulators over past foreclosure abuses ran into new problems when some borrowers received smaller checks than they should have, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday. Some 4.2 million people are...
A year ago, a $25 billion settlement ordered banks to do a better job helping troubled homeowners, and to end the stories of borrowers trapped in a confusing web of mortgage negotiations leading to foreclosure. The stories, however, keep coming, even as...
Reuters* Institutional investors inflating Las Vegas market * Fed easy money policy boosting some housing markets * Some investors backing away from housing trade * Vegas residents fear being priced out by Wall St. speculators By Matthew Goldstein LAS...
The City Council Finance Committee on Monday recommended paying out $525,000 to settle two cases of alleged police misconduct, one involving a cop stripped of his police powers who still works for the department. If approved by the full council on...
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ReutersWOLFEBORO, New Hampshire (Reuters) - During the crazy days of the housing bubble in 2006, bankers created a bond called MABS 2006-FRE1. The instrument gave buyers the right to payments on the subprime housing loans of nearly 2,000 borrowers, including...
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