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Friday Nov 27 | via Seeking Alpha
But here's a bank with 4% yield and annual increases for the past 22 years that is poised for growth during the impending rate increase. I am a retired investor in the process of continuing to establish a stock portfolio that provides me with additional income. Comment?
Saturday Nov 21 | via Patch.com
As many of the subscribers may know, this blog/newsletter is posted on the Greenwich Patch every week. There was a mix up last week and it was posted after the weekend. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 18 | via Greenwich Citizen
Wells Fargo's private bank is relocating its Greenwich office to bigger quarters as the biggest mortgage lender in the U.S. seeks to expand its wealth management offerings on the East Coast. Wells Fargo Senior Vice President Emily Dreas is the private bank's new regional managing director for Connecticut, and is joined in the leadership post by a new cross-border managing director for New York, Robert DiDiano , who also is a Wells Fargo senior vice president. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 17 | via Patch.com
The open house list is for last Sunday. I will be posting new issue this Friday with this weekend's open house list. Comment?
Friday Nov 13 | via Norwalk Citizen News
Home prices in lower Fairfield County dropped by the fourth sharpest margin of any region in the nation during the third quarter, according to the National Association of Realtors . The price of the median home sold in lower Fairfield County was $389,000, down 7.7 percent from the third quarter of 2014 according to NAR, a decline topped only by Cumberland, Md. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Day
Start of The Day's series on area foreclosures is shown in this photo of the Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014 front page. New Haven - An Easton man was charged Thursday in federal court with operating a mortgage-fraud scheme that targeted homeowners who were on the verge of losing their homes. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Day
It wasn't so long ago that the right-wing Republican candidate for eastern Connecticut's congressional seat lambasted then Attorney General Eric Holder for "sinister" plans to destroy the country. It seemed like part of a crazy rant then against the country's first black president and first black attorney general. I am beginning to think, though, that sinister may not be such a bad word after all for the former attorney general, who has returned to his comfy corner office in the corporate law firm where, before launching his public service career, he took home a cool $2.5 million in annual pay. Comment?
Thursday Nov 5 | via Insurance News Net
Nov. 05--NORTH HAVEN -- Home owners living in flood zones could face significant increases in their insurance coverage if they are part of a government-backed program, according to real estate industry and disaster remediation officials. The reason for the increases in flood insurance available for Connecticut homeowners is the damage done along the state's coastline by Superstorm Sandy in 2012 and Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, said Michael Barbaro, president of the New Haven Middlesex Association of Realtors. Comment?
Oct 31, 2015 | via VDARE
In the last few years, New Deal era "redlining" has come to be seen as one of America's most horrific historic sins, on par with slavery, due to the profound research of America's foremost public intellectual, Genius T. Coates, who made FHA redlining central to his argument for massive reparations to blacks. NEWARK - The green welcome sign hangs in the front door of the downtown branch of Hudson City Savings Bank, New Jersey's largest savings bank. Comment?
Oct 28, 2015 | via Norwalk Citizen News
State Sen. Carlo Leone has backed increased regulation of mortgage loan lenders and originators in his former role as chairman of the Connecticut General Assembly's banking committee. State Sen. Carlo Leone has backed increased regulation of mortgage loan lenders and originators in his former role as chairman of the Connecticut General Assembly's banking committee. Comment?
12 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
A tribunal ruled that Marion-Rose Jarman misled HNZ as to the value of the two Huntly properties then deceived the subsequent purchasers as to the amount they needed to offer. Photo / iStock Agent labelled deceitful after buying HNZ properties she was personally marketing then on-selling them for huge profits. Comment?
14 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
The firm currently has a $10.00 target price on the stock. Zacks Investment Research 's target price suggests a potential upside of 8.11% from the stock's current price. Comment?
22 min ago | via Bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. China Vanke Co. Comment?
44 min ago | via Patch.com
Student posted on WorldStarHipHop.com that he'd shoot 16 white men in retaliation for Laquan McDonald, shot 16 times by a police officer. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Independent.ie
New figures from the banks show the number of people approved for a mortgage was down 10pc in October compared with the same month last year Mortgage lending experts have warned that only the children of wealthy parents are able to afford a deposit to buy a home. Central Bank lending rules mean that the number of people approved for a mortgage was down 10pc in October compared to the same month last year. Comment?
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