Bruceton Real Estate News
Tuesday Apr 7 | via The City Wire
It's been more than a year since Dennis Smiley resigned his post as Arvest Bank President for Benton County and the bank fraud scheme he pulled off around the state began to unravel. In that time, Smiley has tied up some loose ends by selling the family home to partially satisfy three mortgages against it. Comment?
Saturday May 2 | via Lebanon Democrat
Wilson County is scored high marks compared to its Middle Tennessee competitors, according to an annual report published by the Joint Economic and Community In several categories, including public and private education, home sales, population growth and others, the report showed Wilson County is outpacing other counties in the region. "It provides us an opportunity to review a number of happenings that occurred during the year that have and will continue to impact our local economy and it also serves as a report card on how well we're doing in several categories as compared to neighboring counties in Middle Tennessee. Comment?
Thursday Apr 30 | via Lebanon Democrat
The proposed merger of Magna with and into Pinnacle has been approved by each company's board of directors and is expected to close early in the fourth quarter of 2015. Completion of the transaction is subject to satisfaction of customary closing conditions, including the receipt of required regulatory approvals and the approval of Magna's shareholders. Comment?
Saturday Apr 25 | via Murfreesboro Post
WHEREAS, David R. McNamara executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., Lender and Larry A. Weissman, Trustee , which was dated December 26, 2007 and recorded on January 2, 2008 in Book 809, Page 3720, Rutherford County, Tennessee Register of Deeds. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via WATE-TV Knoxville
With his wife and three children by his side, dozens of neighbors gathered as the national nonprofit organization Operation Finally Home and Nashville homebuilder Goodall Homes broke ground on a custom-built, mortgage-free home for the family. "When you break ground you finally start to see the beginning of the next phase," James explained to News 2 . Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via Chattanoogan.com
In the first quarter of 2015 First Horizon National Corp. saw loan and deposit growth at its First Tennessee regional bank, a rebound at its FTN Financial capital markets group and a settlement of a key issue related to the mortgage business the company sold in 2008. Comment?
6 min ago | via Yeovil Express
Political leaders will embark on a frenetic final 48 hours of campaigning as they desperately seek to secure a decisive breakthrough with voters at Thursday's General Election. With polling stations open in just two days for one of the most finely-balanced contests in living memory, they will tour the country to push key messages in a bid to move stubbornly-deadlocked polls. Comment?
45 min ago | via The Daily Townsman
Seniors and those approaching retirement are making up a growing proportion of those filing for insolvency in Ontario and have bigger debts compared to younger people, a report said Monday. And while credit card debt makes up the largest portion for them, payday loans are a growing concern for seniors, said Doug Hoyes, co-founder of bankruptcy trustee firm Hoyes, Michalos & Associates Inc. which did the report. Comment?
54 min ago | via Reuters
Morgan Stanley said on Monday it could lose more than $290 million from a lawsuit by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co over the quality of about $735 million of the Wall Street firm's mortgages. Deutsche Bank in April last year filed a complaint that alleged Morgan Stanley had falsely represented the quality of the loans, the U.S. bank said in a regulatory filing. Comment?
54 min ago | via Reuters
The bank had applied for the waiver following its agreement last year to pay $2.5 billion to resolve criminal charges that it helped wealthy Americans evade U.S taxes. The criminal charges automatically triggered a federal law that deprives the bank for three years of the privilege of being known in the market as a "well-known seasoned issuer," or WKSI. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Indianapolis Star
Don't buy a meth house Home inspectors don't routinely test homes for meth, but Indiana leads the nation in busts. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1IamEMr Jenny and Chris Nugent look through the files of paper work from test results from their former home that they found out was contaminated from a methamphetamine lab by the previous owner. Comment?
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