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Thursday Jan 26 | via Floyd County Times
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Wednesday that Kentuckians who filed claims in the settlement with mortgage lender and servicer HSBC to address mortgage origination, servicing and foreclosure abuses will receive payment in February. The $59.3 million settlement is to provide direct payment to approximately 1,407 eligible Kentucky borrowers whose loans were serviced by HSBC and who lost their homes to foreclosure from Jan. 1, 2008, through Dec. 31, 2012, and encountered servicing abuse. Comment?
Dec 13, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
Nearly 350 Kentuckians and three state organizations have received a combined $18 million from the 2014 Bank of America settlement that involved mortgage loan practices during the 2008 financial crisis. Attorney General Andy Beshear made the announcement Monday in a news release. Comment?
Dec 13, 2016 | via Floyd County Times
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Monday that nearly 350 Kentuckians and three state organizations have received a combined $18 million from the 2014 Bank of America Settlement involving the company's mortgage loan practices during the 2008 national financial crisis. Comment?
Nov 17, 2016 | via Reuters
China's new home prices grew in October at the fastest rate since record-keeping began in 2011, despite a significant slump in property sales volume as local governments stepped up measures to cool skyrocketing prices. , moved, 400 words) WASHINGTON - The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president has done nothing to change the Federal Reserve's plans for a rate increase "relatively soon," Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Thursday in Congressional testimony that included a pledge to serve out her term. Comment?
Oct 8, 2016 | via Grayson News Gazette
A common misperception among those working through a divorce is that the work is over once the divorce is final. After the decree is entered, there are still a number of steps Kentuckians should take to prevent legal and financial complications down the road. Comment?
7 min ago | via Kansas City Nursing News
Asian stocks were muted on Monday as a lack of fresh leads kept investors on the sidelines while they awaited economic and corporate earnings reports and Fed meeting minutes due out this week. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index edged up 0.1 percent to 19,244.39 and South Korea's Kospi crept up 0.1 percent to 2,082.76. Comment?
8 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Annaly Capital Management sells for almost GAAP book value, but could trade at a premium to book value if investor interest in high yield income vehicles doesn't wane.. Annaly Capital Management, Inc. has strong core earnings that cover the mortgage REIT's dividend payout. Comment?
17 min ago | via NWAonline
New apartment complexes in Little Rock have either no effect or a positive effect on nearby single-family home values, a University of Arkansas at Little Rock study commissioned by the city has found. In a review of city data going back to 2000, associate professor Michael Craw determined that, for the most part, multifamily projects don't harm home prices or cause an uptick in crime to an area -- a finding similar to studies in other cities, he said. Comment?
25 min ago | via Daily Mail
Buying a property is still cheaper than renting but at A 705 a month to buy a three-bed house verses A 759 to rent, the gap is narrowing The average cost of buying a three bedroom house is A 705 a month, compared to A 759 a month for tenants The gap between the costs of renting and buying have reduced significantly during the past five years from A 962 a year in 2011 to A 651 in 2016 Buying a home remains cheaper than renting, with first-time buyers spending A 651 less a year than tenants, new research has revealed. The average cost of buying a three-bedroom house was A 705 a month, compared to A 759 a month for tenants. Comment?
26 min ago | via Sunday Herald
ROYAL Bank of Scotland is on track to post a return to profits finally drawing an end to a decade of losses that have already exceeded A 50 billion since the financial crisis. The Edinburgh -based lender, which is 72 per cent backed by the taxpayer, is poised to report a ninth consecutive net annual loss at the end of this week, which analysts estimate could reach A 6bn. Comment?
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