Edison Real Estate News
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Aug 9, 2016 | via NJ.com
NEW BRUNSWICK - A ruling that trashes a study that hundreds of New Jersey towns are using to determine how many affordable units they must legally provide will likely resonate in courtrooms across the state, housing experts say. More than 280 municipalities are relying on the recommendations of Econsult Solutions to determine their affordable housing obligations but a Superior Court Judge in Middlesex County last month rejected those findings as "inconsistent with common sense" at times. Comment?
Aug 2, 2016 | via Courier News
Edison unveils affordable home-buying program Program open to people who live or work in Middlesex, Somerset or Hunterdon counties Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2aLrMhI EDISON - A distinctive new program designed to convert more than 100 market-rate homes into permanent affordable housing for low- and moderate-income people and families has been unveiled by Mayor Thomas Lankey. "Many hard-working, lower-income adults and families dream of owning a home, but they need a little help to take that step," Lankey said. Comment?
Jul 12, 2016 | via US News & World Report
General Electric's earnings fell 50 percent between 2007 and 2009. Last year, CEO Jeff Immelt announced the company will be selling its finance unit, GE Capital. Comment?
Jul 9, 2016 | via NJ.com
WOODBRIDGE - It takes only six minutes, at most, to knock down an above-ground swimming pool. One operator in a front loader plows through the empty structure, collapsing it. Comment?
Jun 24, 2016 | via NJ.com
EDISON - The Edison Township Council has appointed Joseph A. Coyle, a Democrat, to fill the seat left vacant by Robert Karabinchak after Karabinchak was appointed to the state Assembly in late May, according to a statement from the township. The council appointed Coyle - who was one of three to be considered - by way of a unanimous vote on Wednesday. Comment?
Friday | via Philly.com
Most of us believe that social programs belong to the aged, disabled, low-income, or some other group of people. Then, depending upon the lens we are looking through, we tell our elected leaders to make government smaller and do away with some programs or the converse: Don't touch my program. Comment?
Thursday | via New Jersey Herald
The Green Team Home Selling System, 7 Main St., Warwick, N.Y., has been serving clients in Orange County and the Hudson Valley for more than 11 years. Owner Geoff Green has joined with equity partners Kim Lasalandra and Charles Nagy to extend those services to the residents and businesses of northern New Jersey. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 13 | via The Warwick Advertiser
Photo provided by Bea Arner On Thursday, Sept. 8, Vernon Mayor Harry Shortway and members of the Warwick and Vernon Chambers of Commerce joined owner Geoff Green, equity partners Kim Lasalandra and Charles Nagy along with brokers and agents to celebrate the official grand opening of Green Team New Jersey Realty. Comment?
Friday Sep 9 | via The Advertiser News (North)
Owner Geoff Green and equity partner Kim Lasalandra and their team of real estate brokers and salespeople are joined by Vernon Mayor Harry Shortway and members of the Warwick Valley , Vernon and Sussex County Chambers on Sept. 8 to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Green Team New Jersey Realty office. Comment?
Aug 17, 2016 | via Bloomberg
Steve Eisman made his name and fortune by foreseeing the collapse of subprime mortgage securities. Now he's betting against a different kind of Wall Street money machine. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
The city purchased the boxy, 2,600-square-foot rental property for $289,000 in March 2007 just before the housing bubble burst. Then, the city spent another $262,600 for renovations to the two-story termite-infested wood-frame building with wood siding, including high-impact windows and other upgrades. The city has shelled out thousands more for insurance, regular yard upkeep and building maintenance, ringing up a total bill approaching $600,000. Comment?
2 hrs 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?
2 hrs ago | via KWLM-AM Willmar
Donald Trump, a man who once boasted having "the world's greatest memory," has suddenly forgotten the role that was to be played by a controversial businessman he named to help guide his foreign policy. After Yahoo News reported Friday that senior U.S. intelligence officials were investigating whether the advisor, Carter Page, held secret meetings with senior Russian officials in Moscow over the summer, Trump's campaign promptly disavowed him. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Real Central VA
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Thursday Sep 15 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Radian Group is poised for long-term growth on expansive mortgage and real estate service offerings, declining delinquency, lower levels of paid claims and improving risk-based capital ratio. Moreover, redemption of surplus note enhances its liquidity position by $325 million. Comment?
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