Celina Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Celina, OH continually updated from thousands of sources.
Oct 16, 2013 | via The Daily Standard
City council members Monday night rectified a 14-year-old zoning mistake that designated several lakeside residential properties as agricultural and public recreational use only. Comment?
22 hrs ago | via Cleveland.com
The applicants are Amanda Seiler-Botsch, Debra Fronius, Bill Glacken, David Krempasky, Erin Sullivan Lally, Jane Ludwig, Troy Lum and Mark Schonhut. Comment?
Monday | via Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
When Scott Frye and his wife Jerrie Lou moved into their brand new Habitat for Humanity home on Fuller Court in 2002, it was like a dream come true for the couple. Comment?
Friday Mar 7 | via Cleveland.com
David and Betty Shewmon sold their four-bedroom Cape Cod in Wooster in late 2012 and moved north. Comment?
Thursday Mar 6 | via Thegatewaynews.com
Ohio is on a top 10 list that not even David Letterman would find amusing and the impact is being felt in Twinsburg. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 5 | via Cleveland.com
It is a cold day in Ohio - and maybe the netherworld - when government so clearly works for the common good. Comment?
4 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
A rise in the rate from 2.5 to 2.75 per cent today was seen as a virtual certainty, so the focus will be put on the Reserve Bank's economic forecasts given out this morning and what they portend about the pace and extent of the tightening to come. Comment?
5 min ago | via MarketWatch
Stanley Fischer, who is President Barack Obama's nominee to be Federal Reserve vice chairman, on Wednesday backed the central bank's current policy stance. Comment?
5 min ago | via Scotsman.com
The 35-year-old had admitted illegally obtaining A 1.2 million for two mortgages and laundering A 150,000. Comment?
6 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
A jury in New Haven, Connecticut found former Jefferies trader Jesse Litvak guilty on all 15 counts he faced for allegedly defrauding clients on mortgage bond trades. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via The Nation
Few businesspeople are elated by the Bank of Thailand's rate cut to its lowest point in more than three years, saying it may not boost investment and consumption in light of lingering political uncertainties. Comment?