Chesterfield Real Estate News
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Mar 24, 2016 | via MLive.com
None of the 80 or so houses there are more than a two-block walk to the river. Many of the lots were never built on, giving the area a spacious fell. Comment?
Feb 16, 2016 | via Model D
There are lots of signs that real-estate development in Detroit is back, from rising home prices to the construction of the M-1 Rail line moving ahead at full steam. And then there is growth of an infrastructure consulting firm like Giffels Webster. Comment?
Jan 22, 2016 | via MLive.com
The 30230 Jefferson home in Saint Clair Shores, Mich. has four bedrooms and bathrooms in the 4,000-square-foot abode. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via FindLaw
Beverly Adkins, Charmaine Williams, Rebecca Pettway, Rubbie McCoy, and William Young, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, and Michigan Legal Services, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley & Co. Comment?
Monday Jul 18 | via Seeking Alpha
Without a lot of options the bank has been buying loans, purchasing expensive shares, and holding on to a dying subsidiary. Independent Bank Corporation is a $320 million Michigan-based bank that has 63 offices spread throughout the state, with higher concentrations in Bay City/Saginaw and Grand Rapids/Ionia . Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via MLive.com
Saginaw and other Michigan communities still have time to submit applications for $11.7 million in grant funding aimed at blight elimination. The funding is the latest in a round of grants drawn from $188 million in federal funding received by the state earlier this year. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via The Hastings Tribune
Officials say they anticipate more foreclosures and abandonment of property in Flint because of the city's crisis with lead-tainted water. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via MLive.com
Lucille James of the Land Bank told the Michigan Civil Rights Commission that the agency expects the number of foreclosed properties to increase in Flint during a July 14 hearing at the North Bank Center in downtown Flint. The Commission held a second round of hearings on Thursday giving residents an opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts and opinions on how the Flint water crisis has impacted the housing market in the city. Comment?
1 min ago | via Bloomberg
A bank's net income is just an arbitrary point on a distribution hopefully centered around some number greater than zero, and it isn't quite fair to talk about year-over-year percentage changes, but still you never want it to fall by 98 percent : Deutsche Bank AG said Wednesday that its second-quarter net income fell 98% from a year earlier, hurt by weaker performances in trading, investment banking and other core areas. The German lender said net income fell to €20 million from €818 million a year earlier, while net revenue dropped 20% to €7.4 billion. Comment?
3 min ago | via Greenwich Citizen
As an early-stage venture capital investor, I see hundreds of business ideas a month, and it never ceases to amaze me how many entrepreneurs building a new company come to me for capital as their first option, when in reality I should be their last. Following is a review of some of the funding options out there, and the pros and cons of each. Comment?
13 min ago | via Chaptzem Blog!
Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhoods are bracing for a city-planned transit meltdown in 2019, and that has some members of the Satmar Hasidic commmunity in Williamsburg worrying about their economic futures. The L train, which cuts across Brooklyn from Canarsie to Williamsburg, will stop running into Manhattan for a period of 18 months beginning in 2019, New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority announced July 25. That's caused well publicized panic among the young professionals who have recently moved to Williamsburg and Greenpoint. Comment?
24 min ago | via Insurance Journal West
The American International Group Inc. chief executive officer has posted three straight quarterly losses and will probably report Tuesday that profit in the three months ended June 30 fell 32 percent, according to analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. Hancock has presided over a 12 percent stock slump this year through Tuesday, hurting investors including activist billionaires Carl Icahn and John Paulson, even as the CEO shrunk his leadership team, exited unprofitable hedge fund bets and announced a plan to return $25 billion to shareholders over two years. Comment?
38 min ago | via MLive.com
The Arena sports bar in downtown Ann Arbor is heading to public foreclosure auction in August after the owners failed to pay the mortgage on the property located at 201 E. Washington St. A legal notice was issued July 21 that shows the loan on the property is in default to the tune of $761,086.51. The property will be auctioned to the highest bidder at 10 a.m. on Aug. 18 at the Washtenaw County Courthouse. Comment?
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