Evans Mills Real Estate News
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Saturday Aug 6 | via Watertown Daily Times
Second-quarter home sales in Jefferson County are up from the same quarter last year, but are down in Lewis County and relatively the same in St. Lawrence County. The number of houses sold in Jefferson County increased by 20 units, or 8 percent, from 251 to 271, according to the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Realtors. Comment?
Jul 21, 2016 | via North County Public Radio
There are more than 150 abandoned homes in Watertown. A report put out by the city assessor finds homes in the city can be empty for months, even years, before the bank takes them over. Comment?
Apr 16, 2016 | via Watertown Daily Times
The median price of Jefferson County homes sold during the first quarter fell by $33,000 compared to the same period in 2015, a trend that suggests more foreclosed homes are being snapped up. The median price fell by 22 percent from $147,000 to $114,000, and the 25 lowest-priced homes during the first quarter sold from $9,000 to $40,000, according to Lance M. Evans, executive officer of the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Realtors. Comment?
Mar 31, 2016 | via Business Wire
A detailed list of rating actions follows at the end of this press release. The affirmations are based on stable performance of the underlying collateral pool since issuance. Comment?
Feb 21, 2016 | via Watertown Daily Times
City Assessor Brian S. Phelps acknowledges it's difficult to gauge what's happening with those so-called “zombie homes” in the city because it can take a few years before banks finally file foreclosure proceedings. But Mr. Phelps recently learned about a national real estate website that can help keep better track of “zombie” homes - properties that people have stopped paying their mortgages on and have moved out because they expect the bank to begin foreclosure - in the city. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via NY City News Service
New York's real estate market is pricey at all levels, but the rarefied air above 57th Street constitutes a new strata: Billionaire's Row. The buildings are ever sleeker and grander, leapfrogging one another in height, amenities - and price. Comment?
Thursday Aug 25 | via Reuters
SAO PAULO, Aug 25 Latin American stocks and currencies seesawed on Thursday as traders avoided big bets ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech on Friday. Investors have been eagerly awaiting Yellen's remarks at the global central bankers meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, since late last week. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 24 | via The Real Deal
According to the latest batch of market reports, more than 30,000 new rental units are coming to the market by the end of the year, New York City's homeownership rate is less than half the U.S. rate and most condominium buyers prefer all-cash deals. Developers have more than 30,000 new rental units in the pipeline to be completed this year, including 11,000 apartments in Manhattan. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 24 | via Independent Women's Forum
In an article for CNN , Democrat vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine outlines his and Hillary Clinton's plan to promote fair housing indeed a laudable goal and an issue that deserves more attention. Sadly, there were days in which housing was denied to Americans based on race, religion, sex and for other unjustified reasons. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 23 | via NBR Newsroom
Stocks on Wall Street rose in a broad but modest rally, pushing the Nasdaq to a record high amid better-than-expected earnings such as for Best Buy and strong new home sales. Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen is scheduled to speak on Friday at the Jackson Hole, Wyoming, conference of central bankers and her comments are eagerly awaited in terms of fresh clues on the timing of a US rate hike. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Wichita Eagle
Efforts to revitalize one of Dubuque's oldest neighborhoods will continue under a new agreement between the city and one of Iowa's largest nonprofit affordable housing providers. City Council members this week approved a new agreement with Community Housing Initiatives to continue efforts to promote home ownership and residential development in the Washington Neighborhood. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Wichita Eagle
City officials and a local Realtor still hope to fill a city-owned, 173-acre industrial park that has been vacant for the last seven years. The 420th Street Industrial Park was certified as "shovel ready" in 2012. Comment?
9 min ago | via Bloomberg
Data that breaks the country's borrowing into its bank, corporate, government, and household components can help you get a more-nuanced picture. Some prominent investors are worried about China's debt. Comment?
54 min ago | via Capital Weekly
First time offered for sale, this lovely home has been well maintained. One floor living features 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, with lots of extras. Comment?
1 hr ago | via New Canaan News-Review
In 2009, just as many banks were walking away from student lending and the federal government was planning to cut private banks' role in its lending system, Citizens Bank entered the student loan business. "Inside of our branches every day this was a very common conversation and our bankers were unable to help," said Brendan Coughlin , head of consumer lending at Citizens, which has branches all over Fairfield County. Comment?
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