Clayton-Lake Real Estate News
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Feb 1, 2017 | via Bangor Daily News
Aroostook County has the state's lowest home prices, something that helped more than 500 home buyers last year, as home sales in The County increased almost 20 percent. Home sales across the state increased more than 11 percent last year, and the median price grew almost 5 percent to $189,400, according to the Maine Realtors Association's annual report . Comment?
Aug 19, 2016 | via JD Supra
Chapter 7 trustees' success in avoiding mortgages with defective certificates of acknowledgement occurs with some regularity in Massachusetts. See e.g. In re Giroux , 2009 WL 1458173 . Comment?
Friday Apr 21 | via Republican Journal
Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty , with offices in Damariscotta , Portland , Kennebunk , Brunswick , and Camden , announced today that single-family home values in the state of Maine remain in a healthy terrain. According to Maine Listings, the median sales price reached $191,000 in March-a 4.66 percent price increase over March of 2016. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 11 | via Bangor Daily News
Reports compiled and published by the Maine State Housing Authority detail home affordability in communities across the state, gauging how many would have been within reach of a household making the median income in a given community. Last year, the most affordable town was Mexico, based on the housing agency's data. Comment?
Mar 17, 2017 | via The Harbor Times Soup
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, whose grandfather Franklin Delano Roosevelt's administration was responsible for passing the Federal Credit Union Act of 1934, is an organizer of what would be known as the Maine Harvest Credit Union. A Maine-based project to create a new credit union for farmers and food entrepreneurs has reached an important milestone with the formation of an expert panel that includes one member with a famous grandfather who helped create the modern credit union system. Comment?
Jan 31, 2017 | via Bangor Daily News
We've curated our top ten most viewed posts, reminding us what a strange trip it's been. "Nestled deep in the Maine Woods near the northwest end of Chamberlain Lake sit the rusting hulks of two large steam powered locomotives. Comment?
Jan 22, 2017 | via Bangor Daily News
Mainers trying to sell timeshare vacation units should be on the lookout for scammers intent on taking advantage of them. "Timeshare resale scams happen to Mainers all over the state because people all over the state buy timeshares," Tim Feeley, special assistant at the Maine attorney general's office, said in a recent email. Comment?
15 min ago | via Reuters
Travis Perkins, Britain's biggest supplier of building materials, said on Thursday its customers had managed to withstand a raft of price rises brought in to offset higher costs sparked by the plunge in the pound after Brexit. The group, which trades from over 20 businesses including Travis Perkins, Wickes, BSS, Toolstation and Tile Giant, said its total sales rose 4.9 percent in the first quarter of 2017, with sales at outlets open over a year up 2.7 percent. Comment?
23 min ago | via The Belfast Telegraph
Housebuilder Persimmon has thanked the "resilience of the UK economy" for helping drive an 11% surge in forward home sales since the start of the year. Housebuilder Persimmon has thanked the "resilience of the UK economy" for helping drive an 11% surge in forward home sales since the start of the year. Comment?
31 min ago | via Finextra Research news
TSB has begun to rollout its new mobile banking app, which is the challenger bank's first service built by its new 'Proteo' IT platform. TSB is committed to providing the kind of banking experience people want and deserve. Comment?
32 min ago | via GlobeSt.com
The financing comes on the heels of the former office building's conversion into 612 residential units, along with a hotel and retail offerings. Get alerted any time new stories match your search criteria. Comment?
35 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Reports show that the affluent are on the move globally, and as wealth transfers to younger generations, the trend will likely strengthen because young millionaires have left their home countries for a variety of reasons and are comfortable living elsewhere. I recently attended a meeting at the Coldwell Banker global headquarters in Madison, New Jersey. Comment?
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