Devils Lake Real Estate News
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Thursday Jun 11 | via News Max
For years, North Dakota has been one of the most affordable states to live in. In fact, MarketWatch reported that the cost of living in North Dakota in 2012 was about 7.5 percent below the national average. Comment?
May 22, 2015 | via Denver Post
Rising home prices are stretching buyers - especially first-timers - but they also appear to be pushing down the number of delinquent mortgages in the state. Colorado not only had the fastest home price appreciation of any state in April, but also the second-lowest rate of borrowers behind on their mortgages, according to a report Friday from Black Knight Financial Services. Comment?
Apr 19, 2015 | via Examiner.com
Three years ago the only thing Brian Hymel knew about oil and gas was that combustion engines need it. Today, the 34-year-old Utah native is one of the largest real estate players in Southwestern North Dakota and participates in numerous oil and gas industry events. Comment?
Feb 27, 2015 | via Mortgage News Daily
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Feb 26, 2015 | via Mortgage News Daily
The Federal Housing Finance Agency said today that home prices in the fourth quarter of 2014 were up 1.4 percent compared to the previous quarter and 4.9 percent from the fourth quarter of 2013. The fourth quarter was the fourteenth consecutive one in which the agency's purchase only House Price Index increased on a seasonally adjusted basis from the prior quarter. Comment?
10 min ago | via Washington Examiner
"This decision by the Federal Housing Finance Agency to dramatically boost the salaries for the CEOs of Fannie and Freddie would appear to signal a return to business as usual," said Sen. Mark Warner in a statement. Members of Congress criticized the decision to allow the CEOs of the bailed-out companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to receive salaries of $4 million annually, suggesting that it represented that the businesses were returning to the old business model that led to their collapse and taxpayer bailout. Comment?
13 min ago | via Boston Herald
The CEOs of government-backed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are getting large raises, to about $4 million a year, as the government relaxes rules that were imposed on the companies after they suffered big losses and were bailed out. In forms filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, the companies disclosed that Fannie Mae CEO Timothy Mayopoulos and Freddie Mac CEO Donald Layton will get annual base salaries of $750,000 each, $2.1 million in fixed deferred compensation and $1.2 million in at-risk deferred salary. Comment?
14 min ago | via Business Wire
A ... )--GTCR, a leading private equity firm, announced today that it has completed the previously announced sale of Protection 1 to Apollo Global... )--One Source Industries today announced it has been selected for the 2015 Best of Irvine Award and has been inducted into the 2015 Irvine Business Hall of Fame. )--Fitch Ratings has upgraded four and affirmed four classes of Banc of America Commercial Mortgage Inc. commercial mortgage pass-through certificates series 2003-2. Comment?
16 min ago | via Washington Times
Over the objections of the Obama administration and key lawmakers, the CEOs of bailed-out housing giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are getting massive pay raises, courtesy of the regulator appointed by President Obama himself. Federal Housing Finance Agency Mel Watt defended his decision to approve the pay hikes, which will raise the Fannie and Freddie CEOs' pay from $600,000 to $4 million, as vital to "promote CEO retention, allow reliable succession planning and ensure the continuity, efficiency and stability" now that both companies have returned to financial health. Comment?
17 min ago | via TheStreet.com
NEW YORK -- If you want to live cheaply, New York City's borough of Manhattan is not for you. Real estate prices are going through the roof. Comment?
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