Farmville Real Estate News
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Friday Dec 26 | via Inman
New business is usually a welcome event for a real estate agent, but how busy is too busy for an agent? Turns out agents with 15 or more listings may take as much as 26 percent longer to sell a home, according to a recent study. As agent ratings and rankings that take into account transaction data become more popular, the study results have implications for how consumers will choose the agents they work with. Comment?
Jun 4, 2014 | via Farmville Herald
In execution of a deed of trust, from LESTER H. SHEPPERSON and LUCILLE J. SHEPPERSON, dated March 14, 2005, in the original principal amount of $63,895.50, recorded in the Clerk's Office of the County of Prince Edward, Virginia, as Instrument Number 200500835, , due to default in payment of the debt secured, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will ... (more) Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Business Journal
Northern Virginia's housing market followed a national pickup in activity in December, with sales up 10.6 percent from a year ago. The Northern Virginia Association of Realtors says prices were also up from a year ago, with the average home sale price in December of $572,712, up 3.25 percent. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via JD Supra
In Virginia, class action lawsuits are not permitted in state court.  This limitation, however, does not mean that companies doing business in Virginia are not defending class action lawsuits in Virginia. Comment?
Monday Jan 5 | via The Washington Post
Many locals cringe at the thought of crossing the Potomac from Maryland to Virginia, or vice versa. Some of us are so repulsed by the thought of making the white-knuckled drive to our border state that it is not unusual to find local online dating profiles that specifically mention the desire to find a mate on the same side of the river. Comment?
Dec 21, 2014 | via The Virginian-Pilot
This story is a sample from the Norfolk Compass, which is included in The Virginian-Pilot every Sunday in Norfolk. Peek in one of the rooms on the seventh floor of the Towne Bank Building in downtown Norfolk and you might think of your dorm room at college - filled as it is with clothes crying desperately for hangers. Comment?
Dec 18, 2014 | via GlobeNewswire
"Being recognized as a Best Places to Work in Virginia for a second consecutive year is an honor for our company, especially knowing this is an award driven primarily through employee feedback. Our Virginia-based employees were responsible for this recognition, and our goal of happy employees providing exceptional service is what drives our success. Comment?
13 min ago | via Channel3000
Mortgage applications across the country increased by more than 14 percent last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. In the Madison area, realtors say that's a trend they have seen in this past month. Comment?
14 min ago | via Scoop
Traders have started pricing in a small prospect of interest rate cuts this year by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, whose forecasts have overstated the pace of inflation for two straight quarters. The central bank is seen cutting the official cash rate by 9 basis points over the next 12 months, based on the overnight interest swap curve. Comment?
20 min ago | via BrothersJudd Blog
People tend to focus on migrants entering and exiting the U.S., but movement within our borders is arguably a much bigger deal. In 2013, about 27% of the U.S. population was born in one state, but lived in another. Comment?
46 min ago | via The Washington Post
PRESIDENT OBAMA has caused a furor with his plan to tax withdrawals from so-called 529 plans , a tax-advantaged savings account through which families save for children's college tuition. Annual contributions to 529s, often deductible from state income taxes, accumulate earnings tax-free and then - under current law - can be withdrawn tax-free to pay for tuition and other college expenses. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Herald
A construction company owner has admitted concealing a mortgage fraud scheme carried out by his wife, who obtained seven loans totaling more than $3.7 million on two properties in northern New Jersey. Federal prosecutors say 45-year-old Zbigniew Cichy, of Belvidere, pleaded guilty Friday to misprision of felony. Comment?
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