Imperial Real Estate News
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Jul 23, 2016 | via Greeley Tribune
Until recently, Christina Brouk was living with her parents. Now, still in her early 20s, she's living the American dream of home ownership - the same dream that's grown elusive for many young adults since the housing bubble peaked 10 years ago. Comment?
Jul 13, 2016 | via NWAonline
Kelsey Funk poses for a photo outside her house in St. Charles, Mo. Funk paid $113,000 for the three-bedroom house in suburban St. Louis about a year ago. Comment?
Jul 12, 2016 | via Fairfield Citizen-News
In this Wednesday, March 30, 2016, photo, Kelsey Funk poses for a photo outside her home in St. Charles, Mo. Funk paid $113,000 for her three-bedroom home in suburban St. Louis about a year ago. Comment?
Friday Mar 3 | via NWAonline
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week, breaking a holding pattern that prevailed for more than a month. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the rate on 30-year, fixed-rate loans declined to 4.10 percent from 4.16 percent last week. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 28 | via Denver Post
It's not just your imagination: Colorado is one of the most difficult places in the country for first-time home buyers to break into the housing market. That's according to a report released Tuesday by Bankrate.com ranking all 50 states based on home prices relative to income, job prospects for young adults, market tightness, credit availability and homeownership rates among millennials. Comment?
Saturday Feb 25 | via News Tribune
January 2017 home sales statistics for the Mid-Missouri area - including Cole, Callaway, Moniteau and Osage counties - from the Jefferson City Area Board of Realtors, are as follows: Number of homes sold year-to-date: 4,348, a 5.5 percent increase compared to 4,121 in January 2016. Comment?
Friday Feb 24 | via Kansas City Nursing News
Former Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones will appear on the program to provide a conservative position on the economic debates in the Missouri General Assembly during the 2017 session. A.J. Bockelman, assistant director of Empower Missouri, will provide a liberal stance on the issues in the Capitol. Comment?
Feb 9, 2017 | via Business Journal
Missouri is the sixth-worst state to be a homeowner in 2017, ranking worse than California, Texas and Georgia, according to a study by ValuePenguin. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
The chorus grows ever louder as yet another major group warns of the threat to Canada from swollen household debts. Putting Canada second only to Australia in a ranking of household debt as a percentage of gross domestic product, global bank HSBC singled out a handful of countries in a quarterly economic report. Comment?
12 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam speaks to the media during a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland May 10, 2016. Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam speaks to the media during a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland May 10, 2016. Comment?
12 min ago | via Reuters
Rising short-term interest rates in the United States are prompting Lipper Award-winning bond fund managers to add emerging-market debt and non-agency backed residential mortgages that they say offer more potential for gains in the year ahead. Managers from firms including AllianceBernstein, BlackRock Inc and Thornburg Investment Management are bracing for further rate increases by the Federal Reserve, making U.S. high-yield debt unattractive as highly-leveraged companies and municipalities have a more difficult time rolling over their debt costs. Comment?
16 min ago | via The Post-Standard
On a one-and-a-half acre lot, the property has a 250-foot frontage of the Seneca River. The family loves the scenic views of large boats along the backyard, and the state-owned land across the way offers beautiful scenes especially in the winter. Comment?
20 min ago | via GigaOM
The amount of financial regulation in the world continues to increase , creating an ever-growing burden on banks and other financial institutions. Banks only have themselves to blame, goes the pervading view, creating exploitative situations such as sub-prime mortgages and credit swaps, thus collapsing the bond of trust they maintained with their customers. Comment?
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