Bratenahl Real Estate News
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Friday Feb 17 | via The Plain Dealer
That's how real estate agent Craig Cantrall describes the sprawling yet charming brick and cedar colonial at 16 East Hanna Lane. The home, at more than 6,000 square feet and situated on a half-acre lot, features three bedrooms, five baths and a four-car garage. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via National Mortgage News
Northeast Ohio home sales started 2017 on slightly softer footing, but January prices were up notably from a year before. Across 18 counties, sales were down 1.5 percent from January of 2016, according to fresh figures from the Northern Ohio Regional Multiple Listing Service. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via Cleveland.com
Glenwillow is one of the most recovered and highest priced housing markets in Cuyahoga County, according to an analysis from the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. In January, Cuyahoga home sales were up by 1.5 percent from a year before. Comment?
Thursday Jan 26 | via Cleveland.com
The once popular Center Ridge venue, which included four buildings on 1.9-acres, was taken down by Baumann Enterprises for a cost of $450,000, with Cuyahoga County providing a $400,000 loan and Cleveland Land Bank adding $50,000. "It's great it's all finally being done," Rocky River City Council President Jim Moran said. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 25 | via The Plain Dealer
Cleveland City Councilman Tony Brancatelli once called Ray Pianka, who died unexpectedly last weekend, "the most loved judge in Cleveland," and it really seems he was. Cleveland will have a hard time replicating the dedication, deep knowledge and determination to make a difference of this lifelong Clevelander and devoted public servant. Comment?
5 hrs ago | via Xenia Daily Gazette
I'm a strong supporter of the work that Habitat for Humanity and their 55 affiliates do across Ohio. Habitat provides about 5,000 homeownership opportunities to low-income American families every year, and, in total, have built about 4,000 homes in Ohio. Comment?
Sunday Feb 12 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Rising costs and changing demand has left homebuilders struggling to capitalize on the biggest housing market that central Ohio has ever seen. Last year, 2,607 new homes were sold in central Ohio, the best year since 2007, according to Binns Real Estate Services, which tracks the central Ohio housing industry. Comment?
Sunday Feb 12 | via The Columbus Dispatch
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio doesn't think Steve Mnuchin misled the Senate when the treasury nominee maintained that his bank had not engaged in "robo-signing." That's despite court documents showing dozens of instances in Ohio alone, reported by The Dispatch, and a sworn statement from one of Mnuchin's OneWest vice presidents that she regularly engaged in the practice, in which mortgage-foreclosure papers are rapidly signed despite attestations that the documents had been examined. Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Homeowners in several Ohio cities are struggling to build equity in their homes, as home prices lag other parts of the nation. In fact, four of the five cities in the country with the greatest share of “seriously underwater” homeowners are in Ohio, according to data released Thursday by Attom Data Solutions. Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via National Mortgage News
Ohio ranked No. 3 in the nation at the end of last year among states with the highest share of homeowners with mortgages that are seriously underwater, or have negative equity in their homes, according to a new report. Comment?
30 min ago | via Sunday Herald
THE UK's biggest banks will reveal annual results next week amid fears of more job losses and as the sector continues to pay for past scandals. Aside from the beleaguered Royal Bank of Scotland , all of the main lenders are expected to show solid profits, with surging stock markets helping those with investment banking operations. Comment?
38 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
"Given that at the time interest rate increases were on the horizon, being new buyers we wanted to get settled in before exploring other options." It seems others have the same idea. Comment?
41 min ago | via Newsday
First-time buyers in Scotland are on average about A 860 a year better off than those who rent, according to figures from Bank of Scotland. The average monthly costs associated with buying a three-bedroom house, including mortgage payments, was A 522 in December 2016. Comment?
55 min ago | via South China Morning Post
The budget is expected to outline relief measures to help boost the economy, improve livelihoods and benefit different commercial sectors through the likes of one-off cash handouts and waivers for small and medium-sized enterprises. Cheung hopes the government can provide more resources to schools for staffing so teachers have more time to attend to their students' well-being, as well as be more effective in "screening" for students who have mental issues. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Boston.com
In a divided Washington, where few issues generate bipartisan support, relief from financial regulations for smaller banks seems to be a singular exception. As President Trump, Republican members of Congress, and bank lobbyists look to overhaul banking rules put in place after the 2008 financial crisis, some regulatory advocates agree that targeted changes for smaller institutions are needed. Comment?
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