Fairfield Real Estate News
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Dec 31, 2013 | via Business Wire
Net income was $532 million, or $3.28 per share, for fourth quarter 2014, compared with $349 million, or $1.90 per share, for fourth quarter 2013. Net income for FY 2014 was $1.1 billion, or $6.26 per share, compared with FY 2013 net income of $808 million, or $4.30 per share. Comment?
Feb 3, 2015 | via Alabama Live
A $70 to $90 million project to redevelop Birmingham's Loveman Village public housing community has hit a snag in a bureaucratic contest for limited state tax credits. Housing Authority Executive Director Naomi Truman has said the authority hopes to get approval for about $15 million in state tax credits to provide a financial base before seeking a private mortgage. Comment?
Jan 27, 2015 | via Alabama Live
The lawyer for a former Jefferson County revenue clerk, who is charged with twice taking $20 to process car tags for people who didn't want to wait in long lines, attacked her prosecution on the small dollar amount during opening statements of her trial Tuesday. "Ladies and gentlemen, this is not your county commission, this is not Larry Langford," Ed Odum, an attorney for Alisha Cole, told jurors in a reference to past public corruption cases against county officials involving the county's multi-billion dollar sewer system. Comment?
Dec 15, 2014 | via TheStreet.com
NEW YORK -- Property values are slowly recovering from the recent real estate bust, but here is a look at communities that market-watcher RealtyTrac says have already developed fresh housing bubbles. "These are markets that we can say are firmly back in bubble territory," says Daren Blomquist of RealtyTrac, which analyzed hundreds of counties to measure each one's bubble risks. Comment?
Saturday May 30 | via Alabama Live
Enjoy the WiRE compliments of the ACRE Corporate Cabinet. Click link in article to see the corporations that are building Alabama's real estate multimedia network. Comment?
Sunday May 24 | via Alabama Live
Sales: According to the North Alabama MLS , Morgan County residential sales totaled 107 units in April, an increase in sales growth of .9 percent or 1 unit above the same period last year. Year-to-date sales through April are up 14.6 percent from 2014. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Alabama Live
Sales: According to the Baldwin County Association of REALTORS MLS , Baldwin County condo sales, which include condos along the Gulf Coast, totaled 162 units in April. Sales improved 23.7 percent from the same period a year earlier. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Alabama Live
Sales: According to the Greater Alabama MLS , the Birmingham metro area* residential sales totaled 1,222 units in April, an improvement of 7.8 percent or 88 units from the same period last year. This represents the best sales results for the month of April since 2008. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via Insurance Journal West
The head of the Senate Banking Committee unveiled his long-awaited bill to toughen oversight of the Federal Reserve and ease the regulatory burden on dozens of banks, setting off what could be intense negotiations with Democrats. In legislation that Senator Richard Shelby calls a "work in progress," he laid out ideas to make the Fed disclose more information to Congress about its monetary-policy decisions and free some lenders from stringent capital requirements. Comment?
4 min ago | via Stourbridgenews.co.uk
House prices increased by 0.3% month-on-month in May to reach another record average high in cash terms, Nationwide Building Society has reported. UK property values increased to A 195,166 on average, surpassing an all-time high of A 193,048 the previous month. Comment?
8 min ago | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
I never thought I would live to see the day when the NASDAQ would top its March 2000 record high, but the NASDAQ closed May 27 at a record high of 5,107, and nobody seems to care. The question I have been wondering about is, why? I think the answer lies in the differences between the economic climates now and in the late 1990s. Comment?
31 min ago | via Daily Mail
The Footsie eased back again in early trading, tracking falls overnight by US and Asian stocks and weakness in European markets as concerns over a possible debt default by Greece continued, and with a European central Bank policy meeting today. In opening deals, the FTSE 100 index was down 14.6 points, or 0.1 per cent at 6,913.7, extending its falls after a choppy session yesterday when it ended 25.31 points lower, albeit having been off by around 80 points at one stage. Comment?
11 min ago | via WALB-TV Albany
Rob and Holly Marsh put their home on the market just a few days ago. In three days, they had four offers, but one stood out. Comment?
11 min ago | via Reuters
The Swedish financial system is working well but risks related to household debt and from demand for higher yielding assets have increased, the central bank said on Wednesday. "Low global interest rates have contributed to investors both abroad and in Sweden continuing to demand high-risk assets, while housing prices and household indebtedness in Sweden are rising," the central bank said in the first of its twice-yearly Financial Stability Reports. Comment?
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