Chariot Real Estate News
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Wednesday Sep 23 | via Alaska Journal of Commerce
Alaska's banks and credit unions finished the second quarter of 2015 much like the first, marked by steady growth with small business and medical loans for Southcentral banks, and residential mortgage growth and outside expansion for Interior banks. Overall, Alaska banks increased net income for the first half of the year by a collective 7.8 percent, from $28.1 million to $30.3 million, year-over-year. Comment?
Mar 19, 2015 | via Alaska Journal of Commerce
Alaska's banks had a healthy 2014 in spite of the nervousness over falling oil prices, spurred by increased consumer market confidence and commercial construction. "Like all banks in Alaska, we're awash in deposits," said Wells Fargo Alaska Region President Joe Everhart. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 16 | via Alaska Journal of Commerce
Residents began moving in to the 18-unit Susitna Square townhome cluster East Anchorage's Russian Jack neighborhood earlier this month and the 70-unit Ridgeline Terrace development in nearby Mountain View should be done by the end of the year. At right, Alaska Housing Finance Corp. Director of Government Relations Stacy Schubert discusses the complex financing that went into the two affordable housing developments. Comment?
Aug 24, 2015 | via USA Today
President Obama will log more than 14,000 miles on Air Force One over the next 11 days in a climate change tour that will take him from the desert West to the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Circle. Obama to speak 'frankly' on 11-day climate change tour President Obama will log more than 14,000 miles on Air Force One over the next 11 days in a climate change tour that will take him from the desert West to the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Circle. Comment?
Jul 25, 2015 | via Anchorage Daily News
The Y generation represents 23 percent of the U.S. adult population; that's a massive 75 million Americans. They are the up and coming wave of home buyers and face far different challenges then their parents did when buying a home. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
In case you missed it, Stephen Poloz says it's not his job to stop people from making dumb choices. At the end of the day, the Bank of Canada governor said on the weekend, borrowers and bankers "bear the ultimate responsibility for their own decisions." Comment?
7 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Through August, sales of single-family homes and condos were at an eight-year high nationwide with a growing share of buyers using FHA loans to purchase. We also looked at the markets with the biggest decrease in home sales from a year ago, and not too surprisingly, these are all in the Rust Belt, which continues to experience a population drain. Comment?
Saturday Oct 10 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel
A so called 'Cadillac' tax is a tax on high-cost health plans offered by employers. Beginning in 2018, health plans that cost more than $10,200 for an individual or $27,500 for a family plan will be subject to the tax, which is 40 percent of the amount that exceeds those thresholds. Comment?
19 min ago | via Globe and Mail
Some enterprising young adult might start asking why governments feel the need to make Canada so expensive for housing, much to the disadvantage and discontent of millennials. Some enterprising young adult might start asking why governments feel the need to make Canada so expensive for housing, much to the disadvantage and discontent of millennials. Comment?
38 min ago | via Inman
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