Fairgrove Real Estate News
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1 hr ago | via National Mortgage News
A Westland, Mich., couple who thought they'd lost their house to property-tax foreclosure are set to get their home back, according to Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree. Ronald and Bernice King lost their house when it was sold at the county's September auction to an investor, yet this month the buyer backed out of the deal, Sabree said. Comment?
Thursday Apr 7 | via Housing Wire
The Department of the Treasury approved Michigan's plan to use the $74.5 million allocated to the state as part of an expansion of the Hardest Hit Fund program , paving the way for increased foreclosure prevention and blight elimination efforts in the cities of Detroit and Flint. The state of Michigan received the additional $74.5 million as part of $1 billion expansion of the Hardest Hit Fund, with the Housing Finance Agencies of 18 states, including California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio, receiving additional funding to continue to assist "struggling homeowners" and help stabilize neighborhoods in many of the nation's hardest hit communities. Comment?
Monday Apr 4 | via State of Michigan
LANSING, Mich. A $74.5 million plan by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority to help homeowners statewide avoid foreclosure and eliminate blight in Detroit and Flint has been approved by the U.S. Department of Treasury under its Hardest Hit Fund program, Gov. Rick Snyder announced today. Comment?
Mar 5, 2016 | via Patch.com
Credit and financial concerns - including debt collection tactics, credit repair, payday lending and mortgage brokering - topped the list of consumer complaints in 2015, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said. Schuette released the Top 10 list of consumer complaints in 2015 ahead of the 18th annual observance of National Consumer Protection Week, March 6-12. Comment?
Mar 27, 2016 | via The Star
Financial institutions seeking reward after risk are extending loan and grant programs into some of the city's less fashionable neighborhoods, where the process of renovating salvageable houses and filling them with families is a necessary step if Detroit is to continue slowing a decades-long population dive. Obstacles toward that goal include the poor condition of the housing stock, appraisals far below the asking price, shaky personal credit in one of the country's poorest economies and a debt-ridden public school system badly in need of an overhaul. Comment?
2 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Like people, every house title has history. Sometimes there are hidden "title" problems, which mean you've not bought what you thought you had. Comment?
2 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
An Aucklander has come up with a creative solution to combat skyrocketing house prices but he needs someone to foot the bill. Zoltan Buday wants to buy a 78ft yacht but says he is short $300,000 and needs a keen financier or philanthropist to lend him the money. Comment?
3 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
In Germany, nearly 60 per cent of people rent their homes. In bigger cities it's higher. Comment?
10 min ago | via Canadian Business Magazine
Mortgage giant Freddie Mac reported a net loss of $354 million for the first quarter, mostly due to losses it sustained on the investments it uses to hedge against swings in interest rates. The government-controlled company said Tuesday the January-through-March loss mainly reflected accounting measures, while its business remained strong. Comment?
13 min ago | via Star Tribune
On the surface, the selection of Alatus LLC as master developer for the 427-acre former munitions plant site in Arden Hills surprised the Twin Cities real estate community. The Minneapolis-based developer has less experience with large-scale, mixed-use projects than the firms it was competing against - Ryan Cos. Comment?
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