Greenwich Real Estate News
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Wednesday | via Patch.com
Regional Properties, serving New Haven County since 2005, is proud to announce REALTORA Sherri Lepper has joined their Orange office. She is serving property buyers and sellers in New Haven and Fairfield counties. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Greenwich Citizen
A federal judge sentenced Stamford resident Christopher Brecciano , to 14 months in prison Friday for a mortgage fraud scheme involving dozens of properties in Fairfield County. Brecciano, 37, acted as a closing attorney for at least 50 mortgages that were based on false information - including fake deeds and verifications of down payments - to lenders, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's District of Connecticut office. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Patch.com
Dear Greenwich Featured is 14 Meadow Road in Riverside. The home was completely renovated and expanded in 2012. Comment?
Friday Oct 2 | via WTNH
A Stamford attorney has been ordered to serve 14 months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving dozens of properties in Fairfield County. According to court documents, between 2006 and 2010, Brecciano participated as the closing attorney in a conspiracy that involved the purchase of multiple single and multi-family properties. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Rochester Business Journal
M&T Bank Corp. has received regulatory approval for its merger with Hudson City Bancorp Inc., a deal that will stretch the Buffalo-based bank's presence across downstate New York and New Jersey. Officials from M&T Bank announced the plans Wednesday, noting that the transaction is expected to be completed on or around Nov. 1, pending approval of the New York State Department of Financial Services and the satisfaction of customary closing conditions. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 6 | via News Times
Single-family home sales in Connecticut were up 20 percent in August from a year earlier, according to a new study, as predicted by real estate agents who reported a boom in pending home sales in July. Nearly 3,300 single-family homes sold in Connecticut in August, according to the Boston-based Warren Group . Comment?
Tuesday Oct 6 | via Insurance Journal West
Connecticut's highest court made it easier for private sector workers to bring whistleblower claims against their employers without fear of retaliation, ruling in a case brought by a former UBS AG real estate executive. By a 7-0 vote, the Connecticut Supreme Court on Monday said a 2006 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that narrowed First Amendment free speech protections for whistleblowers does not apply to claims by private sector workers under Connecticut law. Comment?
Thursday Sep 24 | via Greenwich Citizen
A Hudson City Savings Bank sign on Putnam Avenue in Greenwich. The bank was fined $5.5. million and ordered to grant $27 million in loans to minorities after it discriminated against black and Hispanic neighborhoods by denying fair access to mortgages, federal officials said on Thursday. Comment?
Aug 13, 2015 | via Daily Mail
Mystery of Connecticut businessman and his wife missing more than a week - and now it emerges the husband was millions f dollars in debt and lost a home to foreclosure Jeanette Navin, 55, and Jeffrey Navin, 56, were reported missing August 7 by family who told police they have not been seen since August 4 Jeffrey Navin is president of a Westport-based trash-hauling company; wife Jeanette has been school library aide for 18 years The couple's family released a statement downplaying financial woes and saying they still have money on their bank accounts A middle-aged Connecticut business owner and his librarian wife have been missing for more than a week, and now new information has merged revealing that the husband was more than $2million in debt. Comment?
Aug 13, 2015 | via KAUZ
The president of the University of Texas has ordered that a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis be removed from the center of campus, but that statues of other Confederate figures will stay. The University of Texas will move a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis away from the center of campus, but statues of other Confederate figures will remain, school president Greg Fenves announced Thursday. Comment?
9 min ago | via Salem News
Home Savings and Loan vs. Donald Kemper Sigley Jr., et al., foreclosure sought for property on Louise Avenue, East Liverpool. U.S. Bank National Association vs. John and Julie White, et al., foreclosure sought for property on Carey Road, Salem. Comment?
11 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Martin Wolf, in Thursday's Financial Times , discusses the reasons for low interest rates and suggests some interesting scenarios for the years ahead. I agree with most of what he says, but I have doubts about the role that he assigns to central banks. Comment?
17 min ago | via Realty Times
Competition is keen in the corporate world. Just think of Apple VS Samsung or The Gap VS J Crew. Comment?
21 min ago | via Independent.ie
The controversial builder, who went bankrupt in 2012 with debts of a 2.7bn, defended the quality of his companies' boards and the structures of his former businesses. ***Two of Ireland's biggest employers are reported to be in merger talks, with potential implications for as many as 6,000 jobs here. Comment?
24 min ago | via Swindon Business News
Specialist lender Together, which provides growth finance to niche markets, has appointed a regional development director to help West of England businesses and entrepreneurs gain vital access to funding. Paul Chadney, pictured , has more than 27 years' experience in the finance industry and will cover a region stretching from Hampshire to Cornwall. Comment?
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