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Oct 9, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
Realtors and others on the 2006 commercial property bus tour, organized by what was then the Commercial-Industrial Division of the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors, check out the Chesapeake Boathouse. [PHOTO BY CHRIS LANDSBERGER, THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES] Commercial Realtors are reorganizing without the Oklahoma City Metro Association of Realtors, which demoted them from division to committee in May. Many members working in commercial property sales, about 80 in all, took it personally when the 2,900-member association, which is dominated by single-family sales agents, voted to effectively shut down the commercial organization after 15 years. Comment?
Sep 30, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
Editor's Note: Guest columnist Kacy Bell is president of the Oklahoma Association of Realtors and broker associate at Keller Williams Realty Preferred in Tulsa. The purpose of the new TRID, or TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule, is to simplify and consolidate the required loan disclosures to make loan estimate and loan closing papers easier for consumers to understand. Comment?
Sep 18, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
Next year's Oklahoma Housing Summit in Oklahoma City will feature Iraq War veteran Noah Galloway, who placed third in this year's 10th season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" and was named 2014 Ultimate Guy by Men's Health magazine. The one-day conference will be April 14 at Moore Norman Technology Center, 13301 S Pennsylvania Ave. In 2005, as an Army sergeant, Galloway lost his left arm above the elbow and his left leg above the knee in an improvised explosive device attack. Comment?
Aug 27, 2015 | via NewsOK.com
The sagging home ownership rate - at 63.4 percent, the lowest in 48 years, the U.S. Census reports - won't be helped by mortgage disclosure rules going into effect Oct. 1. That's according to Ted C. Jones, chief economist and senior vice president for Stewart Title Guaranty Co. in Houston. Comment?
Aug 19, 2015 | via Okie Funk
A respected financial services company just recently stated the obvious: Oklahoma's dramatic surge in the number of earthquakes it now experiences creates major financial risks for homeowners, mortgage companies, and, of course, the oil and gas industry. The practice of fracking is clearly controversial. Comment?
13 min ago | via Halesowennews.co.uk
First-time buyers will be able to save into one of the Government's Help to Buy Isas from Tuesday as competition to offer attractive rates heats up. The Help to Buy Isa rates unveiled so far have been as high as 4% as well as many deals with a rate of about 2% to choose from. Comment?
33 min ago | via The LookOut news
Nelson Hernandez, a former senior official at the federal agency that restructured the government's two main mortgage backers in the aftermath of the Great Recession, has been picked as City Manager Rick Cole's new senior adviser on all things related to the Santa Monica Airport. Cole announced Hernandez's appointment at last week's City Council meeting, saying the long-time government administrator will make a "significant" contribution in helping the Council achieve its "top strategic" goal of gaining local control over the century-old airfield. Comment?
40 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
A US ghost town, complete with its own watering hole, is on sale for US$250,000 . The 2.5-hectare town of Swett includes a tavern, three-bedroom house and a former tyre shop about 160km southeast of Rapid City, South Dakota. Comment?
41 min ago | via The Age
Canberra - a great place if you're an investor, but not if you're trying to buy or build your first home. The bush capital's residential property values have outshone other Australian cities over the past quarter, growing 2 per cent in the three months to November. Comment?
51 min ago | via Canberra City News
"Phil, now struggling with three jobs to support his family, rises each morning around 1am - catching some sleep between shifts," 2CC's MARCUS PAUL meets a Canberra family crying out for help QUITE often providing public scrutiny, through talkback radio, on the government and its officials can lead to changes or at least a re-think on issues and decisions. But not for Amy and Phil Garner. Comment?
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