Glenville Real Estate News
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Jun 17, 2014 | via Huntington News
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today announced a $550 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer SunTrust Mortgage Inc. to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses. Comment?
May 30, 2014 | via Time
Getting restless in your current state? Check your bank balance before you move. Comment?
5 min ago | via Examiner.com
Here we are poolside this warm November morning where at 9:00 it is already a balmy 81 degrees. And why not, as everything seems to be hot right about now. Comment?
Friday | via Business Wire
The Rating Outlook remains Stable. KEY RATING DRIVERS 'Asf' Asset Qu... Stephen Pryor to Retire as President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company; Expected Appointment of Neil Chapman as President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company )--Stephen Pryor to Retire as President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company; Expected Appointment of Neil Chapman as President of ExxonMobil Chemical Company )--Dell will release its Fiscal 2015 Q3 financial results to current holders of Dell's debt securities and prospective qualified institutional debt investors Dec. 4... )--Fitch Ratings has maintained the Rating Watch Negative on the following AES Puerto Rico L.P. securities issued through Puerto Rico Industrial, Tourist, Educ... )--Praxair, Inc. has priced a 500 million of 1.625% notes due December 1, 2025. Comment?
7 min ago | via Manawatu Evening Standard
Last week The Press warned homes bought in as-is condition were starting to be on-sold with poor repairs but big mark-ups. There is no public register of earthquake damage, insurance claims, or non-consented repairs to homes, nor are such details recorded on council land information reports. Comment?
21 min ago | via Common Dreams
Here are some of the good things JPMorgan has done in recent years. In 2012 it reduced the compensation of Jamie Dimon, its chairman, president and CEO from $23 million to $11.5 million. Comment?
22 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
Cities and towns enlist for-profit debt collection agencies to recoup money, but unwary homeowners can lose their properties in the process. As cash-strapped towns and cities around the Bay State face a mounting stash of unpaid tax liens, they are increasingly turning to for-profit companies to pursue delinquent property owners - prompting concern among consumer advocates that vulnerable residents are being hit with astronomical fees and sometimes are losing their homes in the process. Comment?
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