Chamberlain Real Estate News
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Sunday Jan 17 | via Lincoln County News
To sum up Teddy Dee in one word would be an impossible task, according to his wife of 34 years, Patti Dee. Wednesday, January 20, 2016 For five students RSU 12 might otherwise have placed outside the district in a specialized program, the ABLE program for grades five through eight at Whitefield Elementary School is providing engaging, hands-on education that is helping students achieve academic standards. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 20 | via Lincoln County News
The Clary Lake Dam, a center of controversy in Jefferson and Whitefield, is up for auction, according to a notice of public sale filed with the Lincoln County Registry of Deeds on Jan. 5. The auction, the result of a foreclosure on the mortgage on the dam, is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. on the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse. The auction adds another layer of complexity to an already complicated situation, said Paul Kelley, manager of Pleasant Pond Mill LLC, which is the deeded owner of the Clary Lake Dam. Comment?
Oct 14, 2015 | via Lincoln County News
Following a career spanning over six decades, a Wiscasset resident is looking forward to retirement. After a 62-year real estate career, Roy Farmer, 88, of Wiscasset, is planning on retiring from the industry at the end of October. Comment?
Sep 12, 2015 | via Herald Gazette
Kelley, a cashier at the Lincoln County Store, says that if it weren't for the local homeless shelter, the Hospitality House, "I would be living out of my van." She lost her job in her devotion to caring for her mother, and because she couldn't keep up with the mortgage payments, lost her trailer. Comment?
Jul 22, 2015 | via Lincoln County News
The Wiscasset Primary School and Mason Station will go on the market, Wiscasset selectmen decided at their Tuesday, July 21 meeting. Real estate agent Sherri Dunbar, of Dunham Realty, was instructed to aggressively pursue their sale. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via State of Maine
Democrats want a $38 million tax increase on the Maine people AUGUSTA – While Republicans in the Legislature support the LePage administration's proposal to permanently conform Maine's tax code to federal tax laws and reduce taxes on the Maine people, House Democrats are still adamantly opposed to it. By not voting for permanent conformity, House Democrats are endorsing a $38 million tax increase on Maine families. Comment?
Sunday | via Bangor Daily News
This is what Democrats are fighting for every day. We believe that if you work hard, you should be able to build a life for your family, put your kids on a pathway to success and expect to age in dignity. Comment?
Friday Jan 29 | via The Harbor Times Soup
Name: KERRY SMITH Position: Associate Broker, Real Estate Office: Rockland Phone:207-596-6095 Email: [email protected] Let me help your dreams come true! ?As a full-time Real Estate Professional, I offer you experience, knowledge, enthusiasm and attention to every detail. I am a native, born and raised here, and know the local market. Comment?
Sunday Jan 24 | via The Harbor Times Soup
New price on this spectacular and sunny contemporary farmhouse with Shingle-Style influence overlooking Penobscot Bay and the islands. Custom built kitchen opens onto large family rooms with fireplace and woodstove. Comment?
Friday Jan 22 | via Bangor Daily News
Penobscot County followed the state with a rising number of single-family homes changing hands, but as prices rose statewide, regional prices were flat. Maine closed out 2015 with a 10 percent increase in single-family home sales and a 3 percent rise in prices. Comment?
6 min ago | via AK&M
VTB 24 and the government of Moscow region have signed a cooperation agreement, the bank informed. The main objective of the agreement is to increase affordability of VTB Group's retail products for inhabitants of Moscow region, primarily as regards the development of mortgage lending programs, lending to small businesses, implementation of payroll card programs and expansion of the number of VTB 24 offices. Comment?
7 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
Thanks to the combination of increased levels of indebtedness, renewed US dollar strength and fears over the outlook for global growth, concerns about the health of emerging markets have grown substantially over recent months. To some, the fears are simply part three of the global financial crisis, following the initial implosion of the US mortgage market in 2008/09 and, following soon after, the European debt crisis of 2011/12. Comment?
39 min ago | via Norwalk Reflector
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced that Ohio has joined a $470 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer HSBC to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses. The settlement provides direct payments to nearly 20,000 borrowers nationwide for past foreclosure abuses, loan modifications and other relief for borrowers in need of assistance, rigorous mortgage servicing standards, and grants oversight authority to an independent monitor. Comment?
54 min ago | via Concord Monitor
New Hampshire is part of a $470 million multi-state settlement with banking giant HSBC over mortgage lending and foreclosure abuses. The Justice Department says the agreement requires the bank to pay $100 million to the federal government and to an escrow fund administered by the states to make payments to borrowers who lost their homes to foreclosure between 2008 and 2012. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Herald Gazette
Great town location. Easy access by car or foot to pretty much anywhere in town. Comment?
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