Harper Woods Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Michigan Radio
The first thing you notice about the street in front of Walter Hicks' home is it's peaceful. There are lots of trees, chirping birds, and most of the lawns are mowed. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via MLive.com
Walter Hicks came home one day in 2013 to find a yellow sticker on the front door of his Robson Street house, and soon noticed the same notice on the doors of about 30 neighboring homes. The 57-year-old life-long Detroiter said he was shocked to find so many foreclosure notices in his west-side neighborhood, and claims tax assessments there were based on inflated housing values. Comment?
Monday Jun 27 | via National Mortgage News
Foreclosures are down dramatically in Wayne County, Mich., this year, thanks in part to door-to-door outreach and other programs designed to help keep residents in their homes. The Wayne County Treasurer's Office is forecasting an almost 36% drop in the number of properties headed to auction for failing to pay three years of taxes, from about 28,000 last year to 18,000 this year. Comment?
Monday Jun 27 | via MLive.com
A 50-year-old Westland man who removed counter tops, doors, the furnace, a hot water tank and other fixtures from his father's foreclosed home before turning it over to the new owner won't face criminal charges, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy's office charged Timothy P. March with larceny in a building and receiving or concealing stolen goods after his aging father lost the house in a 2013 foreclosure auction. Comment?
Jun 9, 2016 | via MarketWatch
If you think you can't get a deal much better than a 3% down payment on a home, you might be surprised. There are more than 2,000 down payment assistance programs nationwide that can drastically reduce the amount of money buyers need to pay at closing. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via FindLaw
Beverly Adkins, Charmaine Williams, Rebecca Pettway, Rubbie McCoy, and William Young, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, and Michigan Legal Services, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley & Co. Comment?
Monday Jul 18 | via Seeking Alpha
Without a lot of options the bank has been buying loans, purchasing expensive shares, and holding on to a dying subsidiary. Independent Bank Corporation is a $320 million Michigan-based bank that has 63 offices spread throughout the state, with higher concentrations in Bay City/Saginaw and Grand Rapids/Ionia . Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via MLive.com
Saginaw and other Michigan communities still have time to submit applications for $11.7 million in grant funding aimed at blight elimination. The funding is the latest in a round of grants drawn from $188 million in federal funding received by the state earlier this year. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via The Hastings Tribune
Officials say they anticipate more foreclosures and abandonment of property in Flint because of the city's crisis with lead-tainted water. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via MLive.com
Lucille James of the Land Bank told the Michigan Civil Rights Commission that the agency expects the number of foreclosed properties to increase in Flint during a July 14 hearing at the North Bank Center in downtown Flint. The Commission held a second round of hearings on Thursday giving residents an opportunity to share their experiences, thoughts and opinions on how the Flint water crisis has impacted the housing market in the city. Comment?
15 min ago | via TheStreet.com
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24 min ago | via Milwaukee Courier Online
Today, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition released an analysis of home purchase lending in Milwaukee, St. Louis, Minneapolis, and the surrounding areas. The analysis reveals deep racial disparities in mortgage lending in Milwaukee. Comment?
34 min ago | via Kansas City InfoZine
POTUS : Hi, everybody. I'm here with Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of our strongest advocates for families and consumers like you. Comment?
1 hr ago | via New Rochelle Talk
Astorino Announces $8.15 Million in Low-Cost Financing For Cardinal McClosky Community Services in New Rochelle, White Plains, Ossining, and Katonah Astorino Announces $8.15 Million in Low-Cost Financing For Cardinal McClosky Community Services in New Rochelle, White Plains, Ossining, and Katonah WHITE PLAINS, NY -- County Executive Robert P. Astorino has announced that Westchester's Local Development Corporation has approved $8.15 million in low-cost bond financing for Cardinal McCloskey Community Services, Inc. A total of $6.5 million will be used by the Valhalla-based not-for-profit to refinance outstanding mortgages for group homes located in White Plains, Ossining, New Rochelle and Katonah. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seattle Times
Staci and Dave Erickson are good-natured, hardworking members of the middle class with steady jobs, a house in the suburbs - and a relentless cash-flow crunch. "Every week we'll bring home our respective paychecks, and they're gone in a matter of minutes," Staci Erickson said. Comment?
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