Grampian Real Estate News
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Wednesday Jan 25 | via GantDaily.com
Families selected for habitat homes must meet particular criteria. Habitat requires families to meet an income threshold that enables them to pay back the no-interest mortgage for the cost of the home, which habitat will lend them. Comment?
Jan 13, 2017 | via The Progress
Grampian Borough Council President William Waterloo asked Curwensville Area School Board on Thursday to consider exonerating past due property taxes on a dilapidated First Street structure so that it can be demolished. If demolished, the property will be donated to Habitat for Humanity to build a new residence, typically purchased by a low-to-middle income family. Comment?
Oct 28, 2016 | via GantDaily.com
Clearfield County is currently accepting applications for affordable housing projects, announced Jodi Brennan, county planning and community development director, at Tuesday's commissioners' meeting. The projects will be funded by the Affordable Housing Fund. Comment?
May 9, 2016 | via GantDaily.com
Central Pennsylvania Community Action has funds available to assist qualified Clearfield County residents who may need help with rent, or may need help to prevent them from becoming homeless. Residents who may qualify for assistance under the ESG are those who are at risk of losing housing, those who have an eviction notice from the magistrate or those who have a severe housing burden . Comment?
Yesterday | via Inman Real Estate News
Michael McGee has been hired as the new CEO of Pennsylvania Association of Realtors. "I have a long history with the Realtor organization, so I'm very familiar with PAR's excellent reputation and efforts on behalf of its 30,000 members and property owners throughout the commonwealth," McGee said in a statement. Comment?
Thursday | via WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Outlets of Santander Bank, already under fire for lending practices, denied mortgages to women, minorities and low-income borrowers in the U.S. Northeast more frequently than nearby banks, according to an analysis by an industry reform group on Thursday. The Committee for Better Banks, a coalition of bank workers, consumer advocacy groups and unions, dug into government data on home loans in the U.S. Northeast, including nearly 10,000 Santander home-purchase applications, and found "a disturbing pattern of racial and economic discrimination." Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via Daily Pennsylvanian
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Tuesday Feb 14 | via NewsOK.com
Intent on having a baby and staying home with that baby, I felt dishonest accepting a job offer from a local hospital. When I received it, I was miscarrying - yet again. Comment?
Sunday Feb 12 | via The Las Vegas Sun
Suppose there were a way to pump up the economy, reduce inequality and put an end to destructive housing bubbles like the one that contributed to the Great Recession. The idea would be simple, but not easy, requiring a wholesale reframing of the U.S. economy and housing market. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Motley Fool
There are lots of articles out there talking about how the smartest move you can make for your retirement is to start saving and investing today. And if you're young enough to enjoy the power of compound interest, that is absolutely the best advice out there. Comment?
9 min ago | via JustOneMinute
You see, when Trump blames Dodd-Frank regulations he is over-simplifying. The real issues are more complex. Comment?
16 min ago | via Falmouth Packet
Plans to turn a former shop on Penryn's main street into a private home have raised no objections from the town's planning committee. The owner of 70 Lower Market Street, formerly the Little Yellow House, wish to change the use from part residential, part commercial to residential as prospective buyers of the property were unable to get a mortgage due to its current designation. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Stuff.co.nz
She and her husband, aged 21 and 23 respectively, recently sold their first house in Whangarei and bought a piece of land in Kamo, north of the city, on which they will build a house. The couple were not actively looking for land but a block came on to the market near her family farm. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Real Deal
The affordable-housing crunch worsened last year. In the final quarter of last year, Americans spent the highest share of their incomes on mortgage payments since 2010, according Zillow. Comment?
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