Hackettstown Real Estate News
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Feb 16, 2017 | via NJ.com
Housing prices in New Jersey have suffered from the recession, and have yet to hit pre-recession levels. Most housing prices fell between the 2005-2009 Census and the 2011-2015 Census. Comment?
Jan 25, 2017 | via NJ.com
The couple, ages 53 and 73, had fallen behind on their mortgage after Robert's taxi business went under, but said they managed to redo their mortgage at a lower interest rate. Times are still lean, and on Wednesday they were looking for help with their utility bills. Comment?
Oct 13, 2016 | via NJ.com
The Warren County Court House in August 2016. A jury convicted Frances M. Wise, of Phillipsburg, of theft and related charges on Wednesday. Comment?
Jul 21, 2016 | via NJ.com
The Larry Grantham Celebrity Golf Classic took place at Fiddler's Elbow Country Club in Bedminster on July 13 and raised nearly $50,000 in support of Freedom House's mission of Saving Lives and Reuniting Families. Pictured, Karl Nelson presents Bruce Harper, former running back and kick returner for the New York Jets, with the Freedom House Sportsman of the Year Award. Comment?
Jul 11, 2016 | via WOBM-FM Bayville
You don't have to search far for a New Jersey homeowner who would end up losing money by selling his or her home today. In fact, according to experts in the housing industry, that would be the case for most folks who bought a home in New Jersey from 2005 to 2010. Comment?
Yesterday | via NJ.com
TRENTON -- Democratic candidate for governor Jim Johnson has put forward a comprehensive plan to lower property taxes in New Jersey that hinges on something Gov. Chris Christie has fought tooth and nail: Affordable housing. Johnson, a former undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury under President Bill Clinton, said New Jersey is trapped in a vicious cycle where lack of housing limits good job opportunities and revenue for local communities, resulting in fewer services and ever-higher property taxes. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 22 | via The Jersey Journal
The Democratic front-runner for governor has unveiled a new plan he says would take New Jersey from first in the nation in foreclosures to near first in the nation for affordable housing, courtesy of Wall Street's banks. New Jersey leads the nation in defaulted mortgages, with some 1.9 percent of housing units in New Jersey in some stage of foreclosure -- nearly triple the national rate of 0.7 percent, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. Comment?
Monday Mar 20 | via The Item
New Jersey tenants whose landlords fall into foreclosure have a right to stay in their homes - and lenders must tell them that, under a new rule adopted by the New Jersey Supreme Court. "Tenants are the invisible victims of the foreclosure crisis,'' New Jersey Public Advocate Ronald K. Chen said Tuesday. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 1 | via The Advertiser News (South)
Mary Palumbo of BHHS Gross & Jansen Realtors has been named the Sparta Office's Agent of the Month for February, having sold more than half a million dollars in real estate for February. Mary Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 28 | via The Township Journal
Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Her passion to help others along with her years of experience as a Real Estate Paralegal guided Mary to pursue her Real Estate License. Comment?
3 min ago | via The Washington Post
In a bitterly partisan Congress, two senators are making a rare push across party lines to solve a persistent riddle with huge implications for the U.S. housing market: What to do with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Aides to Tennessee Republican Bob Corker and Virginia Democrat Mark Warner have begun meeting with industry groups and former government officials to discuss ideas, according to people familiar with the matter. Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo, whose panel would have to shepherd any bill to overhaul the mortgage finance giants, has also begun to hold housing-finance briefings with the idea of building toward a compromise. Comment?
4 min ago | via Waco Tribune-Herald
U.S. stock indexes edged higher in morning trading Tuesday, recovering after an early slide. Investors weighed the latest batch of company earnings and economic news. Comment?
7 min ago | via Bloomberg
Robots have long been maligned for job-snatching. Now you can add depressing wages and promoting inequality to your list of automation-related grievances. Industrial robots cut into employment and pay for workers, based on an new analysis of local data stretching from 1990 and 2007. Comment?
7 min ago | via Iceland Review
The situation in the housing market in Iceland is the worst it has been in half a century, according to Sverrir Kristinsson, who has worked as a real estate agent in Reykjavik since 1968. His suggestion for solution: "Many more lots must be prepared as building sites; more one and two-bedroom apartments must be built; and we must build much faster than before." Comment?
13 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Realtor and marketing coordinator Jay Luebke didn't waste any time getting his real estate license at the age of 18. Now that he has a few industry years under his belt, he shares how he got to this point and the key to getting clients to trust a young face with the heftiest financial transaction of their life.... Comment?
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