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Tuesday Sep 6 | via National Mortgage News
The Pennsylvania State Legislature is looking at speeding up the foreclosure process involving vacant and abandoned properties as part of a package of anti-blight legislation. Some two dozen anti-blight bills are in the hopper this legislative session awaiting action as lawmakers return to Harrisburg later this month. Comment?
Monday Aug 29 | via Mortgage News Daily
A large contingent of new homes started in 2015 were purchased using non-conventional financing according to a new analysis by the National Association of Home Builders . The association's Assistant Vice President for Housing Policy Research, Natalia Siniavskaia writes that more than a third of newly constructed homes started last year did not use conventional financing . Comment?
Aug 24, 2016 | via PennLive.com
After PennLive posted its first list of dead and dying malls in Pennsylvania, we asked our readers which malls they would add to the list. Harrisburg Mall opened in 1969 as Harrisburg East Mall. Comment?
Aug 19, 2016 | via PennLive.com
Megan Rowe of Dauphin County was named internal communications manager for American Water's Mid-Atlantic Division. Rowe is based in the company's Hershey area office and will provide communications support for operations in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Comment?
Aug 10, 2016 | via PennLive.com
Boyer & Ritter LLC in East Pennsboro Twp. has hired five new accountants: Daniel Ryan graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2015; Emily J. Griffith previously worked with two area accounting firms; Jordan Sallavanti graduated from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2015; Christine Shontz graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and Evan J. Dickinson graduated from Moravian College and interned with Boyer & Ritter in 2012. Comment?
21 min ago | via New Jersey Herald
The township's continued quest to rebrand itself as New Jersey's four-season recreation community got a boost Friday with the news that the former Great Gorge Country Club golf course will reopen next spring under the new ownership of Mountain Creek. The golf course, which had been in foreclosure after being closed the last two years, was acquired from creditors earlier this month for an undisclosed sum by the same family-owned entity that acquired Mountain Creek ski resort and waterpark in June 2015. Comment?
47 min ago | via Summerville Journal Scene
Born in Syracuse, New York, Gallant has lived in Charleston for the past 10 years. A graduate of Trident Technical College's School of Nursing, Gallant was previously employed by the Medical University of SC as well as the Charleston County Detention Center. Comment?
51 min ago | via The Advocate
Plastic covers salvaged electronics as contractors had begun laying wall board and removing flooring at the home of Daniel Champton, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016, in Prairieville, La. Comment?
53 min ago | via Norwalk Citizen News
Copper Beech Farm, a 50-acre compound on the waterfront of Greenwich, Conn., was the most expensive sale at $120 million in an analysis of homes that sold for more than $10 million between 2007 and 2015. The property boasts a carriage house with a clock tower, co-joined heptagonal pools, a greenhouse, wine cellar and grass tennis court. Comment?
56 min ago | via Ledger-Enquirer.com
When it comes to taking care of your finances, Mary Riley preaches that there is no substitute whatsoever for planning and setting up a budget. That goes for the upcoming holidays, which can be particularly troublesome for last-minute gift givers. Comment?
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