Bradley Real Estate News
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Jun 7, 2016 | via Daily Journal/Sunday Journal
This spacious three-story home on Fifth Street in Watseka features a top-floor ballroom, currently used as a basketball court. Crossing the line between Kankakee County and Iroquois County could save you $36,500 when it comes to buying a home - which is not a surprise according to a study published recently by the financial technology company Smart Asset. Comment?
16 hrs ago | via Chicago Tribune
Sallie Mae Bank and Navient have been practicing widespread abuse in their student lending practices, leading to billions of dollars of needless debt, according to a lawsuit filed by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. Sallie Mae Bank and Navient have been practicing widespread abuse in their student lending practices, leading to billions of dollars of needless debt, according to a lawsuit filed by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 18 | via Reuters
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the state of Illinois planned to announce a major legal action on Wednesday afternoon, according to a notice from the watchdog. A spokesman for the CFPB, which was created to guard individuals against fraud in student loans, mortgages and other forms of debt, would not say who was the target of the enforcement. Comment?
Saturday Jan 7 | via Inman
While real estate agents chase leads and close deals on houses, there's another level of deal-making that takes place within the real estate industry: mergers, acquisitions, integrations and partnerships. We'll be recapping every week's noteworthy deals that didn't make it into print for your perusal. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 3 | via MyBankTracker
You know the words 'credit report' and 'credit score.' You've heard that credit scores matter when it comes to getting a car loan or a mortgage. Comment?
Friday Dec 30 | via Chicago Tribune
Even though the state's housing market has not fully recovered since 2008, the Southland ended 2016 with higher prices and faster sales, authorities said. "I think we are in a positive mode," said Doug Carpenter, president of the Illinois Association of Realtors. Comment?
6 min ago | via MarketWatch
U.S. stocks end higher Friday, starting the Donald Trump presidency in the green, but the major indexes log their second straight weekly decline as uncertainty about the new administration lingers. See full story. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Washington Post
President Trump, with senior adviser Jared Kusher, left, Vice President Pence and Staff Secretary Rob Porter, signs executive orders on Friday. Advisers have said President Trump will move quickly in the early days of his administration to fulfill the many promises he made on the campaign trail. Comment?
50 min ago | via RollingStone
Maybe it's the rain, or the dark overtones of Donald Trump's inaugural address sobering everyone up – "rusted-out factories scattered like tombstones," cities afflicted with "crime and gangs and drugs," an "infrastructure [that] has fallen into disrepair and decay" – but the crowd is eerily quiet as it files out of Trump's swearing-in ceremony at the Capitol building Friday. A basket of deplorables gathers on inauguration eve to declare, of anti-Trump Republicans, "We'll get rid of all of them!" Most don't even stop to argue with the first hellfire preacher stationed outside the gates, telling them to repent. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Valley News Live
The freshly-inaugurated Trump administration has halted a cut to the FHA mortgage insurance premium that Obama's team announced during his final days in office. The Department of Housing and Urban Development said Friday that the reduction to the annual mortgage insurance premiums borrowers pay when taking out government-backed home loans has been "suspended indefinitely." Comment?
1 hr ago | via Albany Times Union
" For too long, a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth. Comment?
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