Chattanooga Real Estate News
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Friday | via Chattanoogan.com
A government body's creation of F$13 million in bonds for an exclusive private school in Chattanooga is a picture of commercial government writ rich. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via Business Journal
A developer received an $18.3 million loan from Florida Community Bank to build a Hampton Inn in the Midtown Miami neighborhood. Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via Chattanoogan.com
Tennessee residents who lost their homes to foreclosure with Ocwen Loan Servicing will receive a check this month for approximately $1,100 as a part of the National Ocwen Settlement. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Chattanoogan.com
NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register's Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register's Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 2 | via Chattanoogan.com
When the 109th Tennessee General Assembly convenes on Jan. 13, 2015, one of the pieces of legislation up for consideration will be a bill designed to enhance realtor education in ways that directly benefit homebuyers and sellers. Comment?
Sunday Dec 21 | via Murfreesboro Post
Sale at public auction will be on February 3, 2015 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the Front door of the old Rutherford County Courthouse, in the center of the square, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, , conducted by the Substitute Trustee as identified and set forth herein below, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by ALAN KINNARD AND TINA KINNARD, to ROBERT M. WILSON JR., Trustee, on October 17, 2007, at Record Book 794, Page 1794 in the real property records of Rutherford County Register's Office, Tennessee. Comment?
Saturday Dec 20 | via Lebanon Democrat
Tennessee residents who lost their homes to foreclosure with Ocwen Loan Servicing will receive a check this month for about $1,100 as a part of a National Ocwen settlement. The agreement with Ocwen settled state and national findings that Ocwen engaged in servicing abuses during the height of the housing crisis, resulting in unnecessary and illegal foreclosures. Comment?
Saturday Dec 20 | via The Jackson Sun
Leaders Credit Union continues impressive growth CEO says company has committed to aggressive growth approach with Jackson as focal point Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: The success Leaders Credit Union has attained since it opened in 1957 comes as no surprise to Todd Swims, the company's president and CEO. "Leaders Credit Union enjoys a strong brand presence in the community, but we're growing and changing just like any other local business should and does," Swims said. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via WMC-TV Memphis
A tax credit for research and development, benefiting a wide range of industries, including manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and high tech companies. Cost: $7.6 billion. Comment?
Nov 24, 2014 | via Murfreesboro Post
Sale at public auction will be on January 6, 2015 on or about 11:00AM local time, at the Front door of the old Rutherford County Courthouse, in the center of the square, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, , conducted by the Substitute Trustee as identified and set forth herein below, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by TRACY L COLLIER AND JENNIFER L COTNER, to PRIORITY TRUSTEE SERVICES OF TENNESSEE, L.L.C., Trustee, on May 25, 2005, at Record Book 506, Page 1727 in the real property records of Rutherford County Register's Office, Tennessee. Comment?
10 min ago | via The Spokesman-Review
While many neighborhoods continue to steam along with consistent home sales, the national scene chugs along like a locomotive climbing a steep incline after an engine rebuild. "The housing market continues to grind its way upward, but we don't expect a breakout performance in 2015 as the fundamentals remain somewhat muted," said Doug Duncan, Fannie's chief economist. Comment?
19 min ago | via Minot Daily News
They like her style. Many liberals adore Elizabeth Warren's populist passion for denouncing predatory conduct by Wall Street - and her linking it to growing income inequality. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Journalgazette.net
For the home and real-estate sectors, such gazing is not an idle pastime. Dollars billions of them, just in home construction alone, according to the U.S. Census Bureau are in play. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Item
Bill Braswell is staying put in his Virginia home even though he could sell it for 10 times what he paid in 1980 and some of his retired friends are moving to warmer climates. "I'm on boards and commissions and I enjoy that brain activity, so no, I don't want to move to South Carolina or Florida," said Braswell, 69, a retired federal civil servant, who lives alone in a four-bedroom Tudor home in Arlington. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The Aiken Standard
Lori Osterberg and her husband are lifelong Denver folk, but they got restless and intended to relocate for adventure's sake once their only child left home for college. Rather than following the sun down to Mexico, they followed their daughter to Portland, Oregon, where she is a sophomore. Comment?
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