Cuyahoga Falls Real Estate News
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Monday Jan 12 | via Cleveland.com
Summit County saw fewer foreclosures last year than it has in more than a decade, the Akron Beacon Journal reported . Combined tax and mortgage foreclosures fell for the second straight year, the newspaper reported, from 2,800 in 2013 to 2,400 last year. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 6 | via Aurora Advocate
I'm a gambler. I gamble on my life, my health and my luck. The sad part is I rarely win the big payoff. Comment?
Oct 30, 2014 | via West Side and South Side Leader
The Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS held its first membership meeting Oct. 15, about a year since the Akron Area Board of REALTORS and Cleveland Area Board of REALTORS united through a merger. The meeting agenda included unveiling a new logo, announcements of the REALTOR of the Year, Commercial REALTOR of the Year and Affiliate of the Year awards, as well as results of the board of directors election. Comment?
Jul 31, 2014 | via Cleveland.com
Adam Fishman and Tom Murdough pose for a photo at the construction site of their "First & Main" project in Hudson back in 2004. Comment?
Jul 31, 2014 | via Thegatewaynews.com
A foreclosure action has been taken on the Chapel Hill Mall property and a new firm is now managing the site. Comment?
Friday | via Business Journal
A 5.4 percent increase in December home sales in Central Ohio couldn't keep 2014 sales from slumping below the pace set in 2013. The Columbus Realtors trade organization this morning reported the number of single-family home and condo sales hit 1,937 in December versus the 1,838 sold in December 2013. Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via National Mortgage News
Rising home prices have helped the nation's homeowners by increasing equity and lifting more of them out of 'underwater' mortgage situations - where the combined loan amount owed is higher than the home's estimated market worth. According to a new report released today by RealtyTrac Inc., a California-based real estate data firm, the number of properties in the United States that were 'seriously underwater,' that is, where the loan amount owed is at least 25 percent higher than the home's market value, dropped to 13 percent at the end of 2014. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 21 | via Salem News
Debra A. Kerns, 61, of Summerfield, Ohio, formerly of Alliance, Ohio, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday Jan. 20, 2015, at Southeastern Med in Cambridge, Ohio. Debra retired as a bus driver for the Alliance City Schools. Comment?
Monday Jan 19 | via WFMJ-TV Youngstown
Federal agents say that a Howland businessman has threatened to harm or kill family members of a witness cooperating with an investigation into an alleged $2.5 million bank fraud. The claim was outlined Tuesday in a document filed in U.S. District Court in the case of Shaukat Sindhu, who has been jailed since last Wednesday when federal agents searched his home in a fashionable Howland neighborhood, seizing business records, bank records, computers, storage devices, phones and other items they say could be evidence of bank fraud and money laundering. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 20 | via KQED
The U.S. economy was in free fall as Barack Obama rose to deliver his inaugural address. "We are in the midst of crisis," he said . Comment?
1 hr ago | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
When it comes to entrepreneurs, Worcester breeds the best. But those talented business leaders leave town fast. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Banker & Tradesman
When the federal government's consumer protection agency for financial matters tells you how to shop for a good deal on a home mortgage, you should follow the advice, right? A valid subscription is required to read the article or use the tool you've selected. Already a subscriber? Please enter your information below to log in. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Banker & Tradesman
A report earlier this month in The Boston Globe highlighted practices of some private mortgage insurance companies of pursuing former borrowers of foreclosed properties for the difference between the amount of their outstanding mortgage debt owed to their lender, and the short-sale price on the homes they no longer owned. A valid subscription is required to read the article or use the tool you've selected. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via OpEdNews
Based upon my current understanding of the mechanics of the now decade long, open-ended foreclosure crises, I'm convinced there is a solution hidden in plain sight. I call it The Re-Redistribution of Housing Wealth in America Program . Comment?
Yesterday | via The Big Picture
After a two-and-a-half-year wait for "whatever it takes," the quantitative easing announced this week by the European Central Bank is different from the QE undertaken by the Federal Reserve during and after the financial crisis and now completed. The European action comes in the aftermath of the Fed's programs and is a European attempt to confront complex economics. Comment?
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