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19 hrs ago | via American Reporter
Readers who see three YouTube videos on our front page this past week must be curious. Has The Americzan Reporter become tabloid? Is the editor out of his mind? There is a simple explanation, and it is a news-related one. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Housing Wire
New American Funding combines a high-tech approach to originating loans with a high-touch approach to borrowers. It's a formula that has propelled New American Funding from a 40-employee call center in 2003 to a company with more than 1,800 employees and 90 branches today. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Los Angeles Times
Home prices in Los Angeles and Orange counties posted strong gains in July, rising 6.1% from a year earlier, according to a closely tracked gauge released Tuesday. That was larger than the 4.7% increase seen nationally, the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index showed. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 22 | via Townhall
Imagine a life of prosperity, success and health all taken from you within months, not by your own doing but by circumstance. For Kai Mooney, that scenario was his reality. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via Patch.com
Overall, assessed value of properties in Los Angeles County jumped by 6.13, which means bigger sale prices and higher property taxes. The assessed value of properties in Los Angeles County jumped by 6.13 percent over the past year, marking the fifth consecutive annual increase, according to figures released today by the assessor's office. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Bloomberg
International buyers are accounting for the smallest share of California home sales in at least eight years as prices climb and investors from China, the biggest source of foreign purchases, slow buying, according to the state's Realtors group. The share of international buyers fell this year to less than 4 percent, compared with a peak of 8 percent in 2013, the California Association of Realtors said in a report Thursday. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Patch.com
The California median home price is forecast to increase 3.2 percent to $491,300 in 2016, the slowest appreciation rate in five years. California's housing market will continue to improve into 2016, but a shortage of homes on the market and a crimp in housing affordability will persist as well, the California Association of Realtors said Thursday in its 2016 California Housing Market Forecast. Comment?
12 hrs ago | via Sys-Con Media
The C.A.R. forecast sees an increase in existing home sales of 6.3 percent next year to reach 433,000 units, up from the projected 2015 sales figure of 407,500 homes sold. Sales in 2015 also will be up 6.3 percent from the 383,300 existing, single-family homes sold in 2014. Comment?
Yesterday | via Business Wire
SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Notifies Shareholders of Security California Bancorp of Commencement of an Investigation Concerning the Fairness of the Sale of the Company to Pacific Premier Bancorp, Inc. )--Levi & Korsinsky, LLP has commenced an investigation into the fairness of the sale of Security California Bancorp to Pacific Premier Bancorp, Inc. )--Fitch Ratings has affirmed all classes of Prudential Commercial Mortgage Trust 2003-PWR1 commercial mortgage pass-through certificates. Comment?
Monday Oct 5 | via Sys-Con Media
A California cooling effect could put a freeze on nationwide appreciation and a sustained housing recovery. Since 2012, the churn of California price appreciation has buoyed the West, and helped support nationwide appreciation. Comment?
8 min ago | via American Reporter
I have written often over the past few years about the house of cards that is the American economy, but the events of the past week should frighten everybody. First, there was the collapse of IndyMac, a California bank deeply involved in subprime lending. Comment?
11 min ago | via American Reporter
Will wonders never cease? I never thought the right-wing Republicans of the House of Representatives would join arms with the progressive Democrats that populate this newspaper and put the kibosh on President George W. Bush's greedy, unrealistic and anti-American $700 billion bailout plan for Wall Street. We hear the arguments about the impending ctastrophe, and we even admit that a few catastrophes are more than likely going forward without the plan. Comment?
11 min ago | via American Reporter
With $700 billion dollars - about $2,400 for every man woman and child in America - Congress has just about paid back all those American and foreign banks for every bad loan they've ever made. All those credit card debts that people didn't feel like paying will soon be paid for by taxpayer money, courtesy of Congress. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Arizona Republic
Language in divorce decree helps ex-wife get new home loan Mortgage lender uses language in divorce decree to help ex-wife get new home loan. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1RwQ7n2 Question: In an earlier column , you said that an ex-wife would not be able to qualify for a mortgage loan for a new home in Chandler, even though the ex-husband in the divorce decree was awarded the family home and agreed to be 100 percent responsible for the mortgage loan on that home. Comment?
31 min ago | via WTEN-TV Albany
SABIC, a worldwide plastic company based out of Saudi Arabia, said it's transforming its global structure. It announced on Thursday, it will move its Pittsfield headquarters to Houston. Comment?
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