Greycliff Real Estate News
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Apr 1, 2015 | via National Mortgage News
The state's Supreme Court ruled last year that presumed oral agreements are sufficient for borrowers to mount legal challenges in lending disputes. The case - Morrow v. Comment?
Feb 14, 2015 | via The Billings Outpost
In her address to a joint session of the Montana Legislature last week, Superintendent Denise Juneau praised Montana's schools and called for more investment in them. Comment?
8 min ago | via Business Journal
The warehouses and industrial facilities across the Dayton region are getting more interest these days. Comment?
15 min ago | via MLive.com
Taxpayers in the Allendale Public Schools District will see $5.3 million in interest savings on debt because of the district's refunding of two series of bonds, according to Superintendent Dan Jonker. The 2,629-student district's Board of Education announced the successful sale of its $48.7 million in refunding bonds on its website that will result in the savings in future tax payments. Comment?
17 min ago | via Reuters
Countrywide Plc, the UK's largest real estate agent by revenue, forecast a slight decline in housing deals this year as uncertainty around the UK budget and the Greek crisis holds back a housing market recovery. The owner of agencies such as Bairstow Eves and Hamptons International also reported a drop in core earnings for the first half of 2015 that was bigger than some analysts had expected. Comment?
22 min ago | via Reuters
Four months since its start, the European Central Bank's money-printing programme is showing promise, having so far warded off deflation in the face of tumbling oil prices and a financial crisis in Greece. It is still early to pass judgement on the quantitative easing scheme which started in March and will see the ECB spend 60 billion euros a month buying mostly government bonds until at least September 2016 to stimulate inflation and growth. Comment?
39 min ago | via Thurrock Gazette
Royal Bank of Scotland took another 1.3 billion pound hit for banking scandal fines and warned of more charges to come Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has dropped back into the red during the first half of its year after taking another A 1.3 billion hit for banking scandal fines and warned of more charges to come. The group posted half-year bottom line losses of A 153 million following A 1.3 billion in charges after paying more than A 400 million to US authorities for its role in the foreign exchange rigging scandal and including compensation for payment protection insurance . Comment?
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