Danville Real Estate News
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Apr 21, 2016 | via WKBT
Nationwide, it usually makes more financial sense to buy a home than rent. But it's a little more complicated for those in their golden years. Comment?
Nov 17, 2015 | via The News-Gazette
In this year's tax sale, the city of Danville bought 25 parcels with property taxes that hadn't been paid in three years. Most had structures beyond saving. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Powhatan Today
Home sales and prices continue to rise in Central Virginia, including the Richmond area, according to a report released this morning by the Richmond Association of Realtors. The median price in the Richmond area, with half the houses selling for more and half for less, was $234,520 in the second quarter, up 3.8 percent from the same period a year ago. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Powhatan Today
Buddy's Pizza is marking its 70th anniversary with a mural featuring an image of the "Spirit of Detroit" statue holding a pizza. A Detroit street artist known as Fel3000ft worked on the 100-foot-by-20-foot mural Thursday outside of the home of the chain's original location. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via The record Online
White Stone's 2015-16 budget was about as balanced as it could get, according to a report by town manager Patrick Frere at last Thursday's council meeting. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 12 | via GlobeNewswire
Hampton Roads Bankshares, Inc. , the holding company for The Bank of Hampton Roads, and Xenith Bankshares, Inc. , the holding company for Xenith Bank, today announced that the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, acting under authority delegated by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System , has granted the federal bank regulatory approvals necessary for the merger of HRB and Xenith. The merger was previously approved by the Virginia State Corporation Commission, and the approval of the Federal Reserve was the final regulatory approval necessary to consummate the merger. Comment?
Jun 21, 2016 | via Cavalier Daily
Based on analysis of fair market rent, the VHA report claims that modest apartments are out of reach for low wage-earners, and that there is an overall lack of affordable housing for many renters. In coming weeks, the Charlottesville City Council will take up proposals to increase the availability of affordable housing, according to City Council Member Kristin Szakos. Comment?
9 min ago | via Inman News
The California Association of Realtors filed a federal lawsuit against Massachusetts-based PDFfiller Inc., alleging the tech firm has copied, published and sold at least 64 of CAR's copyrighted real estate forms "many hundreds of thousands of times, and possibly millions of times" through its website without authorization. Apartment List released its July rent report for Los Angeles, finding rents were flat over June, but L.A. continues to be one of California's most expensive cities for renters. Comment?
10 min ago | via Thanh Nein News
For Beijing resident Nie Miao, spending 5,000 yuan on a new iPhone 6S from Apple Inc. "just isn't an option." That's because the lion's share of his 7,000 yuan monthly pay goes toward the mortgage on the downtown apartment he bought last year. Comment?
17 min ago | via Yuma Sun
Even the most savvy money handlers can fall on hard times when unexpected circumstances push your budget beyond its limits. These ideas may help you emerge from a tough financial situation and get back on track. Comment?
18 min ago | via Daily Mail
Companies are increasingly switching full-time employees into contract-based work, pushing them to go self-employed amid Brexit-fuelled economic uncertainty - and it could play havoc with their mortgages. As firms look to manage their workforces in a way that essentially makes it easier for them to hire or fire staff quickly, experts suggest it's likely even more people will be forced into contract work or to start their own business to give them back control. Comment?
55 min ago | via The Washington Post
The hunt for yield is making the bond market less attractive, said Kathleen Gaffney, whose Eaton Vance Bond Fund is surging this year after plunging in 2015. Treasury 10-year yields, the benchmark for everything from U.S. mortgages to dollar bonds in developing nations, dropped to a record this month as investors sought alternatives to negative interest rates in Europe and Japan. Comment?
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