Coweta Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Coweta, OK continually updated from thousands of sources.
10 hrs ago | via NewsOK.com
The sagging home ownership rate - at 63.4 percent, the lowest in 48 years, the U.S. Census reports - won't be helped by mortgage disclosure rules going into effect Oct. 1. That's according to Ted C. Jones, chief economist and senior vice president for Stewart Title Guaranty Co. in Houston. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via Okie Funk
A respected financial services company just recently stated the obvious: Oklahoma's dramatic surge in the number of earthquakes it now experiences creates major financial risks for homeowners, mortgage companies, and, of course, the oil and gas industry. The practice of fracking is clearly controversial. Comment?
Thursday Aug 6 | via NewsOK.com
After location, real estate agents say, the next big factor that can get a would-be buyer really jazzed about a house for sale is curb appeal. Lola Baker, an agent with RE/MAX First, has listed this home at 1011 NW 39 in Crown Heights, with five bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms and "cool, inviting" landscaping. Comment?
Jul 17, 2015 | via Mortgage News Daily
Boy how things have changed. Life is so expensive now; maybe that's why the living arrangement stats have changed so dramatically since 1967. Comment?
Jun 25, 2015 | via Durant Daily Democrat
The Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office filed suit against Pointe Vista Development in January 2014 for breach of contract. They also filed a "Notice of Pendency of Action " with the Marshall County Clerk. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via Bank Rate
We're looking in a few different communities to buy a home that would be within short driving distance of our grandchildren. But we're very security-conscious, almost to the point of paranoia. Comment?
18 min ago | via Counterpunch
Regular readers of the leftish press have recently been presented with a raft of pleas coming from intelligent and occasionally articulate economists that the Federal Reserve not to raise interest rates. The general point being argued is that interest rates are the price of borrowed money, that raising them serves as a regressive tax because poorer borrowers pay a higher percentage of their incomes in interest expense than do rich people, and that the economy is still not fully recovered and higher interest rates risk sending 'it' lower again. Comment?
28 min ago | via Business Journal
But a new study by NerdWallet , a personal-finance firm based in San Francisco, shows where each state ranks on amassed credit card, student loan and mortgage debt. According to the study, Americans owe $1.19 trillion in student loan debt, $8.12 trillion in mortgage debt and $703 billion in credit card debt. Comment?
28 min ago | via Business Journal
The housing data website's latest report had the rate of foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans decreased by 0.07 percent over June 2014, sitting at 0.78 percent for the month. The mortgage delinquency rate dipped as well, dropping from 4.93 percent in June 2014 to 4.18 percent this year. Comment?
29 min ago | via Metro
Thousands people may not be paid their wages in the run up to bank holiday because of a technical glitch at HSBC. The bank says it does not yet know how many people are affected or how long it will take to fix the problem. Comment?
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