Chapmanville Real Estate News
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Monday Aug 24 | via Mortgage News Daily
Black Knight Financial Services said on Monday that as of the end of June home prices nationally had returned to within 5.8 percent of their peak exactly nine years earlier. The company's Home Price Index Report said that the HPI in June was $252,000 compared to $268,000 at the June 2006 peak and has regained 26 percent in value since the market bottom of $200,000 in January 2012. Comment?
Jul 28, 2015 | via The Inter-Mountain
Editor's note: The Elkins-Randolph Board of Realtors, comprised of 67 agents in Tucker, Randolph and Barbour counties, offers the following report. Comment?
Jul 22, 2015 | via Martinsburg Journal
West Virginians have achieved part of the American dream, home ownership, at a substantially higher rate than people elsewhere in the country. But generally, we believe in buying only the homes we can afford, and bankers tend to hold us to that, as the comparatively low rate of mortgage foreclosures here demonstrates. Comment?
Jul 21, 2015 | via Marietta Times
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund's home mortgage interest rate has dropped below 2.81 percent, the lowest level in the fund's history. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and the fund announced the rate for a 30-year fixed rate loan on Tuesday in a news release. Comment?
May 29, 2015 | via Bangor Daily News
Asset forfeiture or asset seizure is a form of confiscation of assets by the state. It typically applies to the alleged proceeds or instruments of crime. Comment?
8 min ago | via Medincine Hat News
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week after a sharp drop the previous week, as global markets continued to whipsaw amid economic disruption in China and uncertainty over Federal Reserve interest-rate policy. Mortgage giant Freddie Mac said Thursday that the average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage increased to 3.89 per cent from 3.84 per cent a week earlier. Comment?
1 hr ago | via ABC2 Maryland
The state has settled with a mortgage services company that allegedly locked residents out of their homes and damaged their property. Under the settlement reached by the Office of the Attorney General Consumer Protection Division last week, Ohio-based Safeguard will reform its practices and return $167,000 to Marylanders who were hurt by their practices. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
Los Angeles has dropped a lawsuit accusing JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. bank, of discriminatory mortgage lending, ending the first of the city's four lawsuits accusing major banks of driving up foreclosures among minority borrowers. Disclosed in a filing on Tuesday in a California federal court, the agreement ends a lawsuit attempting to hold the bank liable for lost property tax revenues caused by falling home values and the cost of repairing blight in minority neighborhoods hit by foreclosures. Comment?
Mar 9, 2015 | via MoneyWeek
Record low interest rates have been a boon for a generation of private landlords. But the party's coming to an end, says James Ferguson. Comment?
15 min ago | via PR-inside.com
Fast Market Research announces the availability of Technavio's new report "Construction Market in Romania 2015-2019" on their comprehensive research portal. The construction market in Romania has been witnessing a positive rebound since 2013 after a double digit growth decline in 2008-2010 because of the global economic crisis. Comment?
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