Chamberlain Real Estate News
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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?
Jul 2, 2015 | via Capital Weekly
Lately I have heard people beginning to mutter about the cost of living in Maine, especially in connection with groceries and housing. It has been many years since the idea of decent annual wage raises sort of evaporated, but I have noticed that my favorite sausages have increased over the last decade from $2 and some cents to $4 and some cents per package. Comment?
Jun 22, 2015 | via Sun Journal
The association says 1,335 single-family existing homes changed hands during the month. That is an increase of 2.53 percent. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via Bangor Daily News
All around the country, students are packing up and going off to college. Proud parents are remembering moments like when their kids came home from the hospital, ventured off to kindergarten and attended their first school dance. Comment?
Sunday Aug 23 | via Bangor Daily News
Creditrepair.com built this nifty GIF map that shows how Americans' average annual incomes have changed over the past 85 years. It starts in 1929 - when the Great Depression started - and shows the years when the per capita income declined in each state, denoted in red. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via Bangor Daily News
The median price for homes sold in Maine continued to rise in July, surpassing June's median price for the first time in three years. Marie Flaherty, 2015 President of the Maine Association of Realtors, said in a prepared statement that the figures reflect a stable market. Comment?
Friday Aug 21 | via Bangor Daily News
If you like going to destination weddings in Maine, and if you're in the real estate market, there's an opportunity in Blue Hill to make them come to you. These items - along with furnishings and views of the local harbor and the town's namesake - will go to the highest bidder when the John Peters Estate goes up for auction on Aug. 29. The estate straddles a peninsula that juts into the protected local harbor. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via Capital Weekly
Great value on this lovely land. OakBrook is 43 +/- beautiful acres with a private road & power lines in place. Comment?
5 min ago | via Sarasota Magazine
Legal Aid attorney David Morrill helped Patrick Tevere and his daughter, Caroline, keep their longtime family home. / Photo by Salvatore Brancifort In 2008, the collapse of the housing market threw Patrick Tevere, 54, a single father and Sarasota tile layer, out of work. Comment?
37 min ago | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
A downtown Englewood shopping center owned by a spinoff of real estate giant Vornado is in default of a 9-year-old mortgage, according to a lawsuit filed by the mortgage holder that is seeking $13.2 million in principal and interest. The foreclosure demand, filed last Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Newark, claims that the borrower, listed in court papers as UE Shoppes on Dean LLC, defaulted on the loan in April and since then has not made the required monthly payments to the loan holder, U.S. Bank National Association of Cincinnati. Comment?
45 min ago | via The Independent
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Today's manufacturing data from China is likely to dictate the direction of stock markets worldwide, with mining stocks most at risk due to their reliance on China, the world's largest importer of industrial metals. Comment?
50 min ago | via Indybay.org
In a world of dirty dogs, greedy landlords and conniving realtors, this latest attack on renters rights goes beyond the pale and should be investigated to determine if Mayor Tom Butt is involved in the plot against Richmond's working class renters! Richmond's renters protections take a sinister turn By Lynda Carson - August 31, 2015 Richmond - Richmond's renters protections have taken a sinister turn lately. The mastermind, plotters and financial backers of a petition to repeal renters protections in Richmond are hiding in secrecy, and their conspiracy remains shrouded in mystery. Comment?
55 min ago | via Housing Wire
First-time homebuyers face a plethora of challenges in today's tight credit market. We sat down with Jay Hughes, SVP of national sales at MGIC, to find out how his company, which pioneered mortgage insurance 60 years ago, continues to innovate new products and partner with lenders to ensure sustainable homeownership. Comment?
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