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Tuesday Nov 24 | via Business Wire
The Rating Outlook is Stable. A full list of ratings follows at the end of this release. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 24 | via Chicago Metro Real Estate
The Chicago Case-Shiller Condominium Index for September is 135.4, up 3.6% from September 2014. It's back to its October 2003 level after falling to the September 1999 level in September 2012. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 24 | via The Legal Record
Vacant since 1987, the tower previously served as the formal entrance to Sears Roebuck and Co.' s sprawling Merchandise Building. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via Patch.com
Looking for a new job or just a way to supplement your income? See what Patch found for you this week. Finding a job can be a tough task. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via Daily Herald
"I'm guilty. There's no way I can fight this. I did the wrong thing for the right reasons." Comment?
Yesterday | via Mortgage News Daily
There are 50 states in the U.S., and 3007 counties in those states. Out of the 3,007 counties, 39 of them had their conforming loan limits increased by the Federal Housing Finance Administration - the overseer of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae and the 11 Federal Home Loan Banks. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 25 | via American Reporter
Developments in the United Kingdom and Italy may ease some bon and stock market pressures, but on the eve of an emergency G-7 Finance Ministers' meeting Friday, I will provide them with a list from my money prescription pad, which, like my kids, they will likely ignore. First, how we got here, or rather the last few days of how we got here. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 10 | via Daily Herald
St. Charles aldermen want to take steps to bolster the city's stock of affordable housing. They just don't want to admit they need any more of it yet. Comment?
Thursday Nov 5 | via GlobeSt.com
Sharga: 'States like New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Maryland and Ohio have judicial foreclosure processes that can take as long as 1,200 days to execute.' IRVINE, CA-Seattle; Orlando; Palm Beach County, FL; and Portland are all newcomers to the top-five portion of Auction.com 's list of hottest single-family markets, with only Ft. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 4 | via Yahoo!
The northern Illinois policeman whose September death prompted an extensive manhunt for murder suspects committed "a carefully staged suicide" as authorities began an audit that would have exposed his embezzling public funds, authorities said on Wednesday. Fox Lake Police Lieutenant Charles Joseph Gliniewicz used public funds for personal purchases, stealing and laundering money over the past seven years, and forging signatures on documents, Lake County Major Crime Task Force Commander George Filenko said. Comment?
12 min ago | via Daily Mail
Banks are braced for a fresh squeeze on their business this week as the Bank of England unveils the results of its latest stress tests and experts warn of a potential clampdown on risky lending. Analysts claim renewed pressure on banks could constrain their ability to pay dividends - and may deal another blow to the buy-to-let market. Comment?
38 min ago | via HeraldNet
To neighbors, it looked like a 'moonshine shack,' a little yellow wooden hut, with overgrown weeds and no indoor plumbing, banged together by its owner, Robert Lewis Dear Jr. And whenever Dear came to stay in his shack in the woods, the neighbors in Anderson Acres, a community of about seven houses along a steep, gravel road here, kept their kids inside. 'He was the kind of person you had to watch out for,' said one neighbor, who asked not to be identified, saying he feared retaliation from Dear or his family. Comment?
41 min ago | via MarketWatch
German landlord Deutsche Wohnen AG late Friday said it agreed to buy a Berlin-based real estate portfolio valued at EUR1.1 billion from Patrizia Immobilien AG. The move complicates a hostile EUR14 billion offer that Germany's largest residential real estate firm, Vonovia SE, announced for Deutsche Wohnen, its biggest domestic rival. Comment?
59 min ago | via KYTX-TV News
When a U.S. Navy veteran traveled from Long Island to Florida for a knee replacement, his house was the last thing on his mind. But now his memory of it is all he can think about. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Norwalk Citizen News
"The Big Short" debuted at the Ziegfeld Theater in Midtown Manhattan on Monday evening, and Wall Street is not going to like it. It's not because the movie makes Goldman Sachs bankers look super obnoxious, or that the whole narrative of the film is, "Blame the banks!" Wall Street won't like it because ultimately the movie is a poorly executed explainer of the 2007-2008 financial crisis. Comment?
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