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Wednesday May 11 | via Tax Foundation
Today is May 11, the day Minnesota became a state in 1858. Minnesotans pay 10.8 percent of their income in state and local taxes, the 8th highest in the nation. Comment?
Monday May 9 | via DigitalBURG
Proponents of initiatives aimed at sales taxes, cigarette taxes and medical marijuana submitted petitions Sunday in hopes of getting their proposals on the November ballot in Missouri. The petitions submitted Sunday involved two proposed constitutional amendments, one that would prohibit state and local governments from charging sales tax on any services that weren't already taxed as of 2015, and another that would allow the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Comment?
Thursday Apr 28 | via National Mortgage News
Misrepresentations on mortgage applications have inched up nationwide for the first time since July, thanks in part to trends in the energy and agricultural sectors which are creating pressure in the South, according to First American Financial Corp. The Santa Ana, Calif.-based title insurer's Loan Application Defect Index increased 1.3% from the previous month in March to 76, the first monthly increase since July. The figure nonetheless remained 2.6% down from a year ago. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 26 | via National Mortgage News
The monitor of the Bank of America Mortgage Settlement distributed roughly $89 million Tuesday to legal assistance groups in nine states from a fund for federal tax assistance. The distributions were made to groups in Florida, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Washington, Arizona, Virginia, Missouri, New Jersey and Oregon, according to a press release from the settlement's monitor, Eric Green. Comment?
Apr 5, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
While the percentage of properties with negative equity decreased during 2015, the lowest-priced homes continued to struggle to regain value, according to Black Knight Financial Services. The number of underwater borrowers dropped by 31%, or 1.5 million homeowners, but there are still a total of 3.2 million borrowers in negative equity positions, representing $126 billion in underwater first- and second-lien housing debt, Black Knight said in its year-to-year Mortgage Monitor Report for February. Comment?
2 min ago | via Florida Today
TITUSVILLE There were no bidders for the Merritt Square Mall, except for the lien holder, during a property foreclosure auction in Titusville Wednesday morning. Merritt Square Mall foreclosure TITUSVILLE There were no bidders for the Merritt Square Mall, except for the lien holder, during a property foreclosure auction in Titusville Wednesday morning. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Delaware Gazette
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks are continuing to climb Wednesday as energy companies rise with the price of oil. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Washington Post
U.S. stocks rose, adding to an advance after their strongest one-day gain since March, as signs of a stronger economy spurred speculation it can withstand higher interest rates. Banks in the benchmark led Wednesday's move, headed toward their highest level since Jan. 6 amid bets that higher rates will boost profits. Comment?
10 min ago | via Money Morning
Dow Jones Industrial Average News, 5/25/16: The United States is bailing out Puerto Rico, and the International Monetary Fund is bailing out Greece. Seven years after the worst financial crisis of this young century, we've learned nothing. Comment?
13 min ago | via Globe and Mail
Buyers are warned that foreclosure houses come 'as is, where is,' says one broker. Buyers are warned that foreclosure houses come 'as is, where is,' says one broker. Comment?
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