Bay City Real Estate News
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Friday Feb 10 | via MLive.com
Claiming he was promised huge amounts of gold by a man from Ghana, a 63-year-old man wired more than $70,000 to Africa, scamming a Bay County credit union in the process, police allege. On May 31, a Michigan State Police trooper met with staff at Copoco Community Credit Union, 4265 E. Wilder Road in Bangor Township, after they claimed member Kenneth J. Plonski had defrauded the institution. Comment?
Friday Feb 3 | via MLive.com
With a general contractor and award-winning architect secured, a historic bank building in the heart of downtown Bay City is nearly ready for a grandiose redevelopment. Last month, Jenifer Acosta, the developer looking to transform the 125-year-old Crapo building at Center and Washington avenues into a multi-use structure with residential apartment rentals and commercial space, hired Saginaw-based Spence Brothers as the project's general manager. Comment?
Thursday Feb 2 | via MLive.com
A web developer who wants to see Bay City offer high-speed municipal internet is running to represent the 1st Ward on the Bay City Commission. Jesse Docket, 27, filed an affidavit this week for a chance at the seat currently held by Commissioner Lynn Stamiris, who is term-limited. Comment?
Thursday Feb 2 | via MLive.com
A real estate agent who wants to focus on Bay City's housing market crisis is running for a seat to represent the 1st Ward on the Bay City Commission. Christopher Greenleaf, 41, announced his intentions to run this week for the seat currently held by Commissioner Lynn Stamiris, who is term-limited. Comment?
Friday Jan 27 | via MLive.com
Calling it the most important issue Bay City has faced in many years, city officials are unveiling a 15-20 year plan of attack to address the city's oversupplied and run-down housing market. The plan, which comes on the heels of a sobering housing study released last August, aims to eliminate blight, increase home values, attract new homebuyers and crack down on bad landlords. Comment?
19 hrs ago | via MLive.com
About three-fourths of Michiganders who filed a 2014 federal tax return received a refund, according to Internal Revenue Service data. The average refund was $2,712, which does not include money filers applied to their 2015 tax bill, the data shows. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via State of Michigan
The Department of Insurance and Financial Services stands ready to assist Michigan consumers with their insurance and financial services questions. LANSING The Department of Insurance and Financial Services has created an online tool to assist Michigan consumers with the filing of electronic complaints. Comment?
Monday Feb 6 | via NWAonline
Struggling under the weight of pension and health care obligations, Michigan lawmakers appear ready to take another whack at public employee benefits -- a move that reflects renewed determination to shift workers to 401 -style retirement systems. Other states have made more modest changes, but the latest push shows that conservatives want to approve big changes 20 years after Michigan became the first state to close pensions to future state workers. Comment?
Jan 5, 2017 | via MLive.com
Overall, the state saw a 4.05 percent increase in home sales during 2016. That represents 136,177 units sold last year. Comment?
Jan 18, 2017 | via MLive.com
A recent study by Realtor.com looks at West Michigan's red-hot housing market from another angle -- the lack of available housing on the market. The Grand Rapids metro area ranks third in the nation -- behind Seattle, Wash. Comment?
18 min ago | via China Daily
The looming debt risks in China's real estate industry are generally within control, analysts said Monday, calling for more attention on businesses' increasingly diversified financing channels. At a seminar hosted by the Xinhua-owned China Economic Information Service , Feng Jun, deputy head of China Real Estate Association, urged more focus on businesses using insurance and credit for leverage. Comment?
40 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
If we look across the closed-end fund suite managed by PIMCO, there is a clear stand-out - Dynamic Income Fund . By at least three metrics we consider important, which we outline in the table below, this fund stands head and shoulders above the rest. Comment?
45 min ago | via The Gillette News-Record
A map of Gillette neighborhoods is displayed on a laptop Tuesday as the city's planning manager, Mike Cole, speaks during a Campbell County Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Prime Rib Restaurant & Wine Cellar. Real estate agent Steve Laakso shows a graph of residential real estate sales Tuesday at a Campbell County Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Prime Rib Restaurant & Wine Cellar. Comment?
58 min ago | via Mirror.co.uk
M&S Bank has entered the banking league for the first year ever - in last place, while Tesco Bank falls 8 spots to 11 A banking investigation has revealed the best and worst places to stash your cash in Britain - with thousands of customers ranking some of the UK's biggest high street names for satisfaction, service and even online banking. For the third year in a row, Leeds-based First Direct - which does not feature on the high street - has been crowned the best of the rest - winning five awards in total including Best British Bank with a customer satisfaction rating of 95%. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via KAIT-TV
POCAHONTAS, AR - Pocahontas and Randolph County have seen an increase in jobs in the past year or so, but a local realtor said Monday that the growth has not translated to rental housing. Right now, there is one rental property available in Randolph County that will be put on the market soon. Comment?
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