Burns Real Estate News
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Friday Oct 2 | via Daily Mail
PICTURED: The nine victims of the Oregon gunman, 26, including a trainee nurse, 19, a recovered addict who was turning his life around, and a 59-year-old mature student are named by police EXCLUSIVE: Oregon college shooter was a friendless oddball who had frequent temper tantrums, no friends, wore cargo short and combat boots and had screaming fights with his mother, say former neighbors 'He wasn't going to stand and watch something horrific happen': The hero Army veteran who was shot seven times as he 'charged at Oregon college shooter' 'He told Christians they would meet God in one second - then shot them': Harrowing survival story of student who played dead in college massacre EXCLUSIVE: 'Look at the a** on her.' Comment?
Saturday Sep 26 | via OregonLive.com
A prosperous Portland, seen from the east bank of the Willamette River in a file photo, could be a victim of its own success if the growth in jobs fails to match the projected growth in population. Few narratives have taken hold as powerfully as the fearful complaint middle class jobs are disappearing and, worse, that post-recession job growth occurs mainly in the low-wage category and to some extent in the higher income classes. Comment?
Thursday Sep 17 | via The Oregonian
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales, in a file photo from last year, said his proposed fee for tearing down a house is intended to dissuade builders from demolishing habitable structures that help define Portland's neighborhoods. The 25 new members of Portland's Residential Infill Stakeholder Advisory Committee barely had time to conduct their first meeting this week when Mayor Charlie Hales proposed a $25,000 tax upon any developer tearing a house down in order to put another one or two up. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 16 | via OregonLive.com
Ken Perry can chart the rise and fall of the mortgage industry through the mood of the crowd at his training seminars. It was easy to be a broker a decade ago, at the height of the housing boom. Comment?
Friday Sep 11 | via The Oregonian
Realtor Quinn Irvine says somebody plastered a "no Californians" sticker on one of his For Sale signs in North Portland. After publication of a story about Portlanders slapping "no Californians" stickers on For Sale signs, the Internet exploded with reaction. Comment?
36 min ago | via Patch.com
October 6, 2015 - William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty announced today that Stamford agent Judy Mitchell will be hosting the fall Harbor Point Home Buyers Event Series . The walk-in event will take place on Saturday, October 17th from 1-3 PM at the firm's Harbor Point brokerage, located at 121 Towne Street in Stamford, Conn. Comment?
1 hr ago | via JD Supra
In its Supervisory Highlights released earlier this summer, the CFPB reported its examination observations in consumer reporting, debt collection, mortgage origination and servicing, fair lending, and student loan servicing. The report cited violations of mortgage servicing loan modification regulations, including dual tracking, lack of quality control by credit reporting agencies in generating accurate consumer reports, fair lending violations, and improper handling of complaints by debt collection companies. Comment?
11 min ago | via Greenwich Citizen
The Savings Bank of Danbury will host a job fair/open house on Oct. 15 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the training room of the bank office at 90 Mill Plain Road, Danbury. The bank needs to fill several call center and teller positions, as well as a mortgage lending QC analyst position. Comment?
18 min ago | via Connecticut Post
Only 0.9% of housing units in Connecticut were built since 2010, the second-lowest proportion among the states, and just 6.9% between 2000 and 2009, the third-lowest rate in the country." - Business Insider Click here to see some of the oldest homes on the market in Connecticut 10. North Dakota What makes it different: Income and economy "While the oil boom has begun to turn into a bust, the effects of the explosive growth in fracking can still be felt in North Dakota. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Daily News
One of Memphis' tallest buildings could come under new ownership as First Tennessee Bank looks to sell its Downtown tower at 165 Madison Ave . David Popwell , the bank's president and COO, said that First Tennessee is evaluating the 509,000-square-foot building as part of its ongoing facilities plan. Comment?
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