Croghan Real Estate News
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May 2, 2016 | via Watertown Daily Times
The arguments that several people involved with the real estate industry made last week about why Lewis County should not charge for online access to specific government records simply do not hold up. Real estate agent Roger G. Abbey, lawyer Thomas A. Campany, abstract and title company owner Dennis M. Mastascusa, lawyer Edgar S.K. Merrell and surveyor Thomas Kovach attended the April 26 meeting of the Lewis County Board of Legislators' Ways and Means Committee. Comment?
Apr 29, 2016 | via Watertown Daily Times
Lewis County's move to a subscription-based system for online access to county documents has drawn the ire of several local real estate professionals. “The fees, for one, seem excessive,” Lowville attorney Thomas A. Campany told members of the legislative Ways and Means Committee Tuesday. Comment?
Yesterday | via Silicon Alley Insider
Over the past couple of decades, the growth of the world's super-rich has brought about levels of global inequality not seen since the Gilded Age. Understanding where these super-rich individuals and families actually live can help us learn about their sources of wealth and how their mobility affects cities in a global economy. Comment?
Monday Jul 25 | via The Coastal Courier
Editor, For some reason, many people think badly of Donald Trump. Maybe it's because he is new to the political scene. Comment?
Monday Jul 25 | via City Limits
Over 16 weeks, City Limits and Enterprise Community Partners will feature prominent New Yorkers' views on how race and housing policy intersect to create a legacy each of us must confront, and the way forward we should take together. These are not necessarily views we endorse. Comment?
Monday Jul 25 | via Seeking Alpha
On Friday, the Conference Board released the latest batch of leading and coincident indicators. The LEIs had their second-largest monthly increase in 7 months, rising .3%. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via Chronicle Newspaper
Recent state legislation requires lenders to maintain vacant houses before foreclosure proceedings are completed, not just after foreclosure, as prior law required. The new law also established a statewide registry of abandoned homes and a hotline for neighbors to report them. Comment?
4 min ago | via Metro Times
Thanks to predatory mortgage lenders, corporate greed, and plain old stupidity, the homeownership part of the American Dream has become increasingly difficult. In order to sidestep the risk of making a poor investment, many families are now opting to rent rather than enter into a 30-year loan payment plan that could end up in foreclosure, painful loss, and hurt feelings. Comment?
4 min ago | via Reuters
Interest rates on U.S. 30-year mortgages rose to their highest levels in nearly a month even as U.S. Treasury bond yields have held in a tight trading range since last week, mortgage finance agency Freddie Mac FMCC.OB said on Thursday. The average 30-year mortgage rate was 3.48 percent in the week ended July 28, compared with 3.45 percent in the previous week. Comment?
6 min ago | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
This Wednesday, July 27, 2016, photo shows real estate signs at a new home community in Edmond, Okla. On Thursday, July 28, 2016, Freddie Mac reports on the week's average U.S. mortgage rates. Comment?
43 min ago | via Brandon Sun
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates edged higher this week for a second straight week. They still are near historically low levels to encourage potential homebuyers. Comment?
9 min ago | via MarketWatch
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.48% in the July 28 week, up from 3.45% the prior week. Mortgage rates moved higher than Treasury yields did, Freddie noted in a release. Comment?
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