Falmouth Real Estate News
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Monday Jan 9 | via NBC29
Lawmakers are introducing bills aimed at lowering interest rates, and having the commonwealth play a role in issuing new loans. Democrats argue Virginia's economy is being held back because graduates are unable to invest much in the economy. Comment?
Monday Jan 9 | via The Washington Post
For the most part, Northern Virginia has seen a stable pattern of real estate activity in the past five years. While home prices have experienced a steady upward trajectory, there are some signs that several locations have started to pull away from the pack and outpace the rest of the competition. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 4 | via NewsOK.com
District of Columbia residents filed complaints with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at a rate almost three times as high as Americans overall during the first 11 months of 2016, according to data from the U.S. agency. Across the country, the per capita rate of complaints was 52.3 per 100,000 people during that period. Comment?
Thursday Dec 22 | via Powhatan Today
Home sales and home prices in Central Virginia rose last year from the previous year, underscoring the strength of the housing recovery, according to a report released this morning by the Richmond Association of Realtors. The number of sales in the region increased 11.4 percent in 2013 from 2012 and rose 8 percent in the fourth quarter from the year-earlier period Residential real estate sales in Virginia surged in November, rising almost 20 percent in value from the same month a year ago, the Virginia Association of Realtors reported Thursday. Comment?
Dec 9, 2016 | via Federal Emergency Management Agency
More than 1,300 Virginia households displaced because of damage from Hurricane Matthew have received help from FEMA to pay rent for a temporary place to live. If your family has received rental assistance, you must let FEMA know if you will continue to need it. Comment?
1 min ago | via Canadian Business Magazine
Ian Russell says advisors and brokers will stratify, with a small base of clients paying premium fees for premium service-and robo-advisors for the rest If there's anyone who knows just how much the finance industry has changed over the years, it's Ian Russell. When Russell, president and CEO of the Investment Industry Association of Canada , got his start 30 years ago, there were hundreds of small investment firms, fees were rarely discussed and there was no such thing as Internet-based investing. Comment?
2 min ago | via The Chronicle Herald
CMHC says the changes reflect new regulatory requirements that came into effect on Jan. 1 that require mortgage insurers to hold additional capital. Comment?
7 min ago | via American Banker
Typically when we talk about banking and race, we're talking about complying with fair lending laws or the Community Reinvestment Act. In other words, we're talking about the lending side of the business. Comment?
10 min ago | via Business Wire
A January 1... )--McKesson's InterQual Criteria, the standard for evidence-based clinical decision support, is now accessible on demand through a new cloud-based implementation. Comment?
13 min ago | via WTVR Richmond
Calling an end to three decades in residential real estate, a veteran Richmond broker has handed over her last set of keys - her own - to an industry newcomer. Gayle Walters of Midlothian-based brokerage Gayle & Company has closed up shop and entered retirement with the sale of her million-dollar riverside home in Powhatan County - the final transaction of her 30-year career. Comment?
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