Dayton Real Estate News
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Thursday May 26 | via Business Journal
Construction demand is growing in the Dayton region, as the real estate industry continues to improve post recession, though a workforce shortage appears to be increasing construction costs, said Miller-Valentine Group officials Thursday. Comment?
Friday May 20 | via Business Journal
Dayton-area homes sales broke records in Apri. That's the word from the Dayton Area Board of Realtors. Comment?
Apr 28, 2016 | via Business Journal
Dayton homeowners carry high mortgage debt loads, according to a new report. Financial website Wallethub analyzed mortgage, home value and income data for 2,500 cities across the country, and found Dayton ranks among cities nationally where residents are the most over-leveraged on their homes. Comment?
Mar 30, 2016 | via Toledo Blade
Lucas County is one of the better markets nationwide for those who invest in single-family houses for use as rental properties, a new report shows. THE BLADE Lucas County is one of the better markets nationwide for those who invest in single-family houses for use as rental properties, a new report shows. Comment?
Mar 2, 2016 | via Business Wire
The source of repayment is a several, not joint, obligation of the four bond schools. Lease payments are sized to exceed each schools' allocated portion of debt service and to meet 120% of maximum annual debt service . Comment?
Wednesday May 25 | via Cleveland.com
An out-of-state investor with an appetite for Buckeye State bargains recently snapped up Severance Town Center in Cleveland Heights. Public records show that Namdar Realty Group of New York paid $10.5 million on May 19 for the struggling shopping center, which was lender-owned after a foreclosure and the loss of major tenants including Walmart. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via Daily Kos
Sign if you agree: Presidents do not stop working in the final year of their term. Neither should the Senate. Comment?
Tuesday May 24 | via Dealbreaker
Donald Trump has made it clear that he will try to tie Hillary Clinton to everything from Whitewater to Benghazi during the general election, and that will just be the first five minutes his stump speech. So Camp Clinton is looking to give Trump a taste of his own medicine. Comment?
Monday May 23 | via The Washington Post
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at Transylvania University in Lexington, Ky., on May 16, 2016. and Rep. Tim Ryan , will be engaged in the efforts and Ryan will host a conference call with reporters at noon Tuesday to hammer home the message. Comment?
Monday May 23 | via The Columbus Dispatch
Vacant-housing demolition took up 90 percent of Ohio's request, but critics say asking for more mortgage-assistance funds would have ensured the entire application was viewed more favorably by the federal government. As the days passed, Ohio's application for upward of $250 million in federal housing money asked for more of the money to be devoted to vacant-housing demolition and less for mortgage assistance. Comment?
9 min ago | via Scoop
New Zealand's sharemilking farmers, feeling the pain from low milk prices, are the least happy with their banking relationships at the moment, according to the latest quarterly Federated Farmers Banking Survey. The survey shows that while 81 percent of all farmers said they were either "very satisfied" or "satisfied" with their bank, sharemilking farmers lagged behind with a 70 percent satisfaction rating. Comment?
10 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
The survey showed 81 per cent of all farmers and 79 per cent of dairy farmers were "very satisfied" or "satisfied" with their banks. Photo / Getty Images Farmers overall remain satisfied with their banks, but pressure is building and sharemilkers are feeling it the most, according to a Federated Farmers survey. Comment?
43 min ago | via KION 46
It's a busy holiday weekend here on the Central Coast with people from all over celebrating Memorial Day weekend. But not everyone is here just for our scenic views or beaches, they're also looking for a place to call home. Comment?
55 min ago | via Star Tribune
From still ponds in remote forests to the whitecaps of Lake Superior, lakeshore buyers in vacation home destinations throughout Minnesota are finding lots of options and prices that remain well below pre-recession peaks. Shifting demographics and a radically different postrecession attitude toward investing in a vacation home have kept the lakeshore market far more balanced between buyers and sellers than in the Twin Cities, where scarce listings make it easier to sell than to buy. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Mail
A new mortgage is being launched that will make it easier for older homeowners to help their children or grandchildren on to the housing ladder. They would secure the loan against the value of their own property, but it would be paid off by younger members of the family buying a first-time home. Comment?
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