Hagerstown Real Estate News
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Thursday Nov 24 | via Chicago Tribune
This week, the state rolled out Maryland SmartBuy, a $10 million program that lets people with education loans purchase a home and wipe out college debt at the same time. "Traditionally, people in their 20s and 30s would account for a substantial share of Maryland's first-time homebuyers, but we've seen a little difference in that demographic over the years, and it's believed that student loan debt is a part of the challenge," Lt. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 23 | via National Mortgage News
Maryland has launched a new program that will pay off student loan debt for homebuyers who purchase certain properties through the state. The Department of Housing and Community Development SmartBuy program is aimed at helping buyers burdened with student loans. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 23 | via Daily Record
A lawsuit over the sale of a snake-infested house in Maryland has been settled. The Capital Gazette of Annapolis reports that Barbara Johnson Palmer, an attorney for real estate agent Barbara Van Horn, confirmed Tuesday that a confidential settlement had been reached. Comment?
Monday Nov 21 | via The Baltimore Sun
State leaders, along with the new owners of a Bel Air townhouse, celebrate the launch of the Maryland SmartBuy program. State leaders, along with the new owners of a Bel Air townhouse, celebrate the launch of the Maryland SmartBuy program. Comment?
Friday Nov 18 | via National Mortgage News
The federal government has sold thousands of delinquent Maryland mortgages to private investors through a controversial program that critics argue hurts homeowners and contributes to Baltimore's vacancy problem. Now they're mounting a campaign to try to change the program established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in 2010 partly to get bad federally insured loans off the government's books. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Motley Fool
Mortgage rates were mixed on Monday. "Trumpflation" has forced a re-assessment of interest rates that may have been overdue. Comment?
9 min ago | via NewsOK.com
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14 min ago | via NewsOK.com
Just a few days after Vancouver announced a tax on foreign property investors, Seattle real estate broker Lili Shang received a WeChat message from a wealthy Chinese businessman who wanted to sell a home in Canada and buy in her area. After a week of showings, he purchased a $1 million property in Bellevue, across Lake Washington from Seattle. Comment?
38 min ago | via The Mercury
Michael Kennedy and his five children, Lachlan 4, Mia 8, Emily 11, Nicholas 14 and Sarah 13, at their West End home that he bought to ensure they got into the Brisbane State High catchment. Picture: Mark Calleja BRISBANE families are paying about $100,000 extra for homes to get their children into their preferred school catchment zones, industry A analysts have found. Comment?
42 min ago | via Business Wire
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