Greenwich Real Estate News
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Monday | via Greenwich Citizen
This property located at 11 Riversville Road in the Glenville area of Greenwich is listed by DouglasElliman Real Estate for $2.3 million. Rob Vannucchi, DouglasElliman executive vice president for Connecticut, said the 4,200 square foot home is "a lot of home for the money" in the current Greenwich housing market where home prices have been decllining. Comment?
Monday Feb 8 | via The Greenwich Daily Voice
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has appointed Gregg B. Wagner managing broker of the company's Greenwich and Old Greenwich offices. Wagner will be responsible for the oversight of approximately 200 affiliated real estate professionals serving homebuyers and sellers in Greenwich, Old Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside and the surrounding communities in Southwestern Fairfield County. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via Greenwich Citizen
RSR, an executive search and leadership consulting firm, has appointed Nick Risom as chief opperating officer, based out of the company's Greenwich office. In his role, Risom will operationalize the firm's strategy, manage its global infrastructure and oversee administrative functions. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via New Canaan News-Review
Halstead Property has released its Connecticut Second Quarter 2011 Market Report for single family home sales. Compiled with data pulled from MLS records, the Report shows that sales have increased in many Fairfield County towns over the same time last year, showing a renewed confidence among buyers. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via The Greenwich Daily Voice
Theresa Hatton, executive director of the Greenwich Association of Realtors, was recently named by the National Association of Realtors as the Leader of Tomorrow Young Professional's award recipient. The award recognizes association executive young professionals who have fostered greater involvement and increased professionalism among their young professional association executive peers and Realtor members. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via The Hartford Courant
Home loan giant HSBC has reached a $470 million settlement with Connecticut, 48 other states, the District of Columbia and federal regulators over servicing and foreclosure abuses during the mortgage crisis. The settlement calls for direct payments to Connecticut borrowers who experienced past foreclosure abuses, plus loan modifications and other relief for borrowers with HSBC mortgages or servicing. Comment?
Jan 4, 2016 | via Milford Mirror
A Milford attorney from the Norwalk, Greenwich and Trumbull-based law firm Goldman, Gruder & Woods, LLC, has been named to Connecticut Super Lawyers for 2015. At his firm, Woods chairs the litigation practice and focuses on creditor's rights, employment, planning and zoning, tax appeals, construction law , land disputes, contract litigation, evictions and foreclosures. Comment?
Jan 1, 2016 | via Ctnewsjunkie.com
If you could draw Connecticut as a person, she might look like an aging aristocrat, shabby but still trying to look posh in her tatty fur coat and grandmother's pearls, unwilling to accept that the fortune's all been spent. If this is the 2015 version of Connecticut, let's reinvent ourselves in 2016. Comment?
Dec 17, 2015 | via Northern Michigan News
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Dec 18, 2015 | via Darien News-Review
CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital, Inc. , announced today the closing of the largest known Property Assessed Clean Energy financing to date. The $8.4 million PACEDirecta financing by CleanFund enables State House Square, one of Hartford's premiere, Class A office buildings, to significantly lower its energy and operating costs. Comment?
Monday | via CKNW News Talk 980
The controversial real estate technique was uncovered in a bombshell Globe and Mail investigation this weekend, and has renewed the debate over what's driving housing prices in Vancouver. It allows realtors and investors to flip a property multiple times before a sale is even complete, jacking up the price along the way. Comment?
Monday | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. is a real estate investment trust. It operates as a real estate finance and investment management company. Comment?
Monday | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Bankinter is in the financial services industry. They are a banking entity subject to the supervision of the Bank of Spain and the Spanish National Securities Market Commission. Comment?
Monday | via Seeking Alpha
Two Harbors Investment's stock is down ~26% over the last year as income investors turned their backs on the mortgage investment sector. Two Harbors retains potential to grow servicing income, though, and has a history of earning excess returns compared to the Pine River Mortgage REIT Index. Comment?
Monday | via The Globe and Mail
Vancouver MLA David Eby called for an independent inquiry Sunday. He credits The Globe investigation for pushing the government into doing something concrete about Vancouver's real estate woes. Comment?
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