Greenwich Real Estate News
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Monday Jul 25 | via New Canaan News-Review
Carolyn Gould a real estate agent from Long Island, N.Y., walks through a house in Old Greenwich as part of a bus tour put together by Douglas Elliman Real Estate last year. Second-quarter home sales in Fairfield County reached their highest level in a decade, according to a new report from Elliman. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via The Hartford Courant
The racially tinged trauma of our time - from Ferguson to Dallas - has wrought hand-wringing, calls for progress, but few real answers. That is why recent Pew Research Center figures are alarming: 78 percent of whites think our nation has, or will, make changes needed to give blacks equal rights; only 50 percent of blacks agree. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Bloomberg
Three years after Mexico's housing crisis wiped out $4 billion in stocks and bonds, the industry risks suffering another downturn. That's because President Enrique Pena Nieto has close to doubled subsidies for low-income housing in the past two years. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via News Times
Sue Stone in May 2015 at 1516 Riverbank Rd in Stamford, Conn., with the property once owned by Grey Goose importer Sidney Frank. A year later, Bob and Sue Stone sold the home for $1.9 million to Abraham and Katherine Tatosian. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 5 | via The Greenwich Daily Voice
Houlihan Lawrence recently announced three of its agents were named to "The Thousand," the prestigious annual ranking by REAL Trends/The Wall Street Journal of the country's top 1,000 real estate sales professionals. Ellen Mosher, real estate agent in Greenwich closed more than $100 million in sales, making her the top-producing agent in town. Comment?
Yesterday | via Fairfield Citizen-News
A single-family home on Adam Road in New Canaan for sale by William Raveis. Single-family home sales in Connecticut saw a bump during the month of June, according to a new report from The Warren Group. Comment?
Wednesday | via JD Supra
One of the plethora of new procedures enacted in the 2016 General Assembly's legislative session is a concept which is being dubbed a "judgment of loss mitigation." The procedure seems straightforward at first a lender can seek to have the Court approve a modification of a mortgage loan and sanction the mortgagee's priority over any other encumbrances of record or it can approve a conveyance of all interest of the mortgagor to the mortgagee within the new statutory structure. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 5 | via Inman
According to the CoreLogic U.S. Home Price Insights Report, home prices, including distressed sales, are up 1.3 percent month-over-month, and up 5.9 percent year-over-year. CoreLogic predicts that June's home prices, including distressed sales, will rise 0.8 percent month-over-month and 5.3 percent year-over-year. Comment?
Jun 28, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority intends to offer up to $63 million in fixed-rate bonds on Tuesday and $23 million as variable rate on July 13. Both offerings are tax-exempt. Proceeds will finance four affordable multifamily rental developments: Kensington Square I in New Haven, Pine Tree Apartments in Fairfield, The Lofts at Ponemah Mills in Norwich and Zbikowski Park in Bristol. Comment?
Jun 24, 2016 | via Connecticut Post
The housing crisis in America is a volatile one. While homeowners are typically thought to be in better shape, many are still hitting a wall - or in this case, having that wall taken away. Comment?
6 min ago | via The Big Picture
Benefits also rose by the most since Q1 2015 and by 1.7% y/o/y vs 1.2% in Q1. 2) Chicago PMI for July fell 1 pt to 55.8 but that was a bit higher than the estimate of 54. Smoothing out this very volatile number puts the 3 month average at 54 and the 6 month average to 52.2. Pointing to a possible economic rebound in Q3 from the punk 1st half of the year, "companies increased their inventories at the fastest pace since October 2015, building on June's double digit gain." Comment?
15 min ago | via Curbed
Scores of emerging apps launch with claims to be the "Uber of [insert sector ripe for "disruption" here]", but new app Haus was actually developed by Garrett Camp, an Uber cofounder. The app, which aims to simplify and streamline the home-buying and selling processes, was developed for Expa, also started by Camp, and whose tagline is "Expa helps create companies." Comment?
26 min ago | via Daily Political
According to Zacks, "Atlantic Coast Financial Corporation, formerly known as Atlantic Coast Federal Corporation, operates as a savings bank through its subsidiary Atlantic Coast Bank, a federally chartered and insured savings bank serving northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia markets. The products offered by the bank includes checking accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts, demand deposit accounts, time deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, family residential first and second mortgage loans, home-equity loans, commercial real estate loans, commercial and residential construction loans, land and multi-family real estate loans, commercial business loans, and automobile and other consumer loans. Comment?
33 min ago | via Daily Political
The firm currently has a $30.00 target price on the financial services provider's stock. Zacks Investment Research's target price points to a potential upside of 11.77% from the stock's previous close. Comment?
45 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Client testimonials have always been a valuable asset to any real estate agent. They provide genuine feedback to potential clients that shape opinion and trustworthiness. Comment?
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