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31 min ago | via The Boulder County Business Report
California-based American Pacific Mortgage Corp. has leased space in the Interlocken business park in Broomfield where it will open its fifth home-loan office in Colorado. American Pacific leased 3,099 square feet of Class A office space in the 10-story 380 Interlocken Crescent building, according to a transaction report released by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, a commercial real estate service firm. Comment?
May 2, 2015 | via Denver Post
Homeowners across the northern Front Range can expect sticker shock when they see the big jump in property values that county assessors are now informing them of. The valuation notices, however, don't answer how much property taxes will bite until a complex set of discussions and calculations take place over the next several months, resulting in final tax bills out in January. Comment?
Mar 11, 2015 | via Inman Real Estate News
Colorado has long been a battleground for title industry regulation, and despite bringing pervasive illegal market conduct to the national forefront, problems persist. One company owner aims to bring more transparency to the homebuying process with a website that puts the consumer at the center of the transaction and makes title insurance premium rates public and easy to compare. Comment?
Feb 11, 2015 | via Denver Post
Axium Inspections owner Wade Williamson checks a window in a 107-year-old Denver home. A bill that would have required licenses for Colorado home inspectors - the only piece of the home-buying process not regulated in some way - was narrowly defeated in a state Senate committee Wednesday. Comment?
Feb 1, 2015 | via ReporterHerald.com
Colorado's housing recovery is setting the stage for bigger property tax bills for homeowners next year and more revenues for local governments in many parts of the state. Comment?
Friday Jun 26 | via Business Journal
Denver has seen a 43 percent increase in the cost of living since 2001, led in part by increases in housing expenses, the Colorado Center on Law and Policy calculates. It's one indication of how many residents are being squeezed by soaring housing prices and a shortage of places to live. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 23 | via Business Journal
Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced she mailed out checks totaling about $450,000 to homeowners who were improperly charged posting and title foreclosure costs by the former foreclosure law firm The Law Office of Michael P. Medved. In 2014, former Attorney General John Suthers filed civil law enforcement actions against several foreclosure law firms and settled with them. Comment?
Monday Jun 22 | via Ago.state.co.us
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that her office has sent out checks totaling approximately $450,000 to homeowners who were improperly charged posting and title foreclosure costs by the former foreclosure law firm The Law Office of Michael P. Medved. Homeowners were overcharged by having to pay the law firm's fees as part of making their mortgage current when they stopped their foreclosure through cure or reinstatement. Comment?
Friday Jun 5 | via Greeley Tribune
Northern Colorado residents impacted by floodwaters or bad weather can contact the United Way of Weld County 2-1-1 information and referral service. The free call center connects callers to a relief agency that provides essential, non-emergency information and services, including health care, rent and mortgage assistance, food and shelter, job training, transportation, childcare, senior care and veteran services. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 2 | via Denver Post
The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments on whether lawsuit-financing companies should be regulated like other lenders under the state's Uniform Consumer Credit Code. Oasis Legal Finance and LawCash appealed lower court rulings from 2010 and 2013 in favor of the Colorado attorney general's position that litigation-finance firms need to register as lenders. Comment?
4 min ago | via Sonoran News
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's public complaint database is now filled with first-hand information from consumer users of financial services. Comment?
6 min ago | via 900 CHML AM
Amendments to the Electronic Commerce Act now makes it possible for documents, such as agreements to buy and sell houses, mortgages and deeds, to be signed and emailed to a real estate agent. Realtors are also facing new rules aimed at cracking down on so-called phantom bids used to push buyers to increase their offers. Comment?
6 min ago | via Albany Times Union
The CEOs of government-backed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are getting large raises, to about $4 million a year, as the government relaxes rules that were imposed on the companies after they suffered big losses and were bailed out. In forms filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, the companies disclosed that Fannie Mae CEO Timothy Mayopoulos and Freddie Mac CEO Donald Layton will get annual base salaries of $750,000 each, $2.1 million in fixed deferred compensation and $1.2 million in at-risk deferred salary. Comment?
8 min ago | via Christian Science Monitor
Your age cannot be used as a factor for being denied a mortgage loan if you're at least 18. However, the experiences that come with age can be used, like if your income isn't high enough. A sale pending sign in the front yard of a home in Mt. Comment?
11 min ago | via Norwalk Citizen News
A Greenwich-based hedge fund was sanctioned Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission amid charges it fraudulently inflated the prices of securities in portfolios they managed. AlphaBridge Capital Management and its two owners, Thomas Kutzen and Michael Carino , agreed to pay a combined $5 million to settle the charges. Comment?
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