Detroit Real Estate News
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2 hrs ago | via Michigan Radio
Attitudes about race have been improving in southeast Michigan, but there are still wide gaps on some issues between white people and black people. Those are some of the findings in a new survey commissioned by the Detroit Journalism Cooperative. Comment?
Sunday Jul 24 | via USA Today
Checking accounts aren't typically a trendy topic at backyard barbecues. But banks are building more buzz this summer by offering everything from $100 gift cards for NBA merchandise to $400 cash bonuses for opening new checking accounts. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via Model D
Detroit's rapidly fluctuating real estate market has no shortage of entrepreneurs breaking into it. There's an opportunity to hear from two fast growing local startups at the next High Growth Happy Hour, August 3rd from 6 to 8 p.m., in Detroit's North End neighborhood. Comment?
Friday Jul 22 | via Michigan Radio
The first thing you notice about the street in front of Walter Hicks' home is it's peaceful. There are lots of trees, chirping birds, and most of the lawns are mowed. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via Curbed Detroit
We all know that housing prices in Detroit are rising, but lately we've wondered, and had questions, regarding how much. So we asked our friends at NeighborhoodX to pull some numbers for us for two neighborhoods where we see a lot of listings - Midtown and University District. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via FindLaw
Beverly Adkins, Charmaine Williams, Rebecca Pettway, Rubbie McCoy, and William Young, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, and Michigan Legal Services, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley & Co. Comment?
Monday Jul 18 | via Seeking Alpha
Without a lot of options the bank has been buying loans, purchasing expensive shares, and holding on to a dying subsidiary. Independent Bank Corporation is a $320 million Michigan-based bank that has 63 offices spread throughout the state, with higher concentrations in Bay City/Saginaw and Grand Rapids/Ionia . Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via MLive.com
Saginaw and other Michigan communities still have time to submit applications for $11.7 million in grant funding aimed at blight elimination. The funding is the latest in a round of grants drawn from $188 million in federal funding received by the state earlier this year. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via The Hastings Tribune
Officials say they anticipate more foreclosures and abandonment of property in Flint because of the city's crisis with lead-tainted water. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via MLive.com
Lucille James of the Land Bank told the Michigan Civil Rights Commission that the agency expects the number of foreclosed properties to increase in Flint during a July 14 hearing at the North Bank Center in downtown Flint. The Commission held a second round of hearings on Thursday giving residents an opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts and opinions on how the Flint water crisis has impacted the housing market in the city. Comment?
8 min ago | via Hampshire Chronicle
Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates following Britain's decision to quit the European Union. The part state-backed bank said a cost-cutting programme announced in 2014 will be extended and the "expected lower for longer interest rate environment" will see the new cuts come into effect by the end of 2017. Comment?
10 min ago | via SavannahNow
A home built prior to the Chatham County Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance which is built slightly elevated to help with drainage on the properties. Future home builders will not be allowed to elevate their homes any as a result of the new ordinance. Comment?
16 min ago | via Community Advocate Newspaper
Judy Boyle, RealtorA RE/MAX Signature Properties Serving Worcester & Southern Middlesex Counties with honesty and integrity since 2003 www.judyboylecares.com [email protected] 508-561-7164 An interesting thing happened to me this week. Then it happened again. Comment?
21 min ago | via West Side and South Side Leader
Are you still steaming because an inaccurate credit report has sent your FICO score spiraling downward, causing major problems with your efforts to refinance your home? A few months ago some friends became victims of credit card fraud. Some scammer got access to their account and charged thousands of dollars of computer equipment on their card, via telephone, at a popular outlet in the San Francisco Bay Area. Comment?
30 min ago | via The Washington Post
Imagine reclining in your La-Z-Boy, closing your eyes and asking the voice-activated Amazon Echo on a nearby shelf when your next car payment is due. Just a few years ago, banks would have needed a houseful of their own computers to provide such service. Comment?
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