Kelayres Real Estate News
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Friday Nov 20 | via Inman Real Estate News
The Schuylkill County Board of Realtors, which runs the Schuylkill County MLS, has joined TREND with the knowledge that TREND intends to merge with MRIS. MLSs interested in participating in the merger, also known as MLS Evolved, should get approval from their board of directors by the end of the year. Comment?
May 9, 2015 | via Times News
LISA PRICE/TIMES NEWS The farmhouse on Fairview Street, owned by Marc Teprovich, where the Civil War letter was found. 1868 - Daniel and Leyanda borrow money against the property, along with Thomas and Catherine Campion, through mortgage broker David Reinbold. Comment?
Apr 3, 2015 | via Times News
A Schuylkill County mall has defaulted on a $9.9 million loan and is now in foreclosure, according to court documents. Cressona Mall, along Route 61 in Cressona, borrowed the money from JP Morgan Chase in May 2005. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Zacks Investment Research currently has $12.00 price target on the stock. According to Zacks, "Angie's List Inc. provides information, reports and reviews about service companies. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via O-R Online
The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores. Comment?
Friday Nov 13 | via National Mortgage News
Apollo Residential Mortgage Inc. appointed Gregory Hunt to the positions of chief financial officer, secretary and treasurer of the company, effective March 15, 2016. Hunt currently serves as the chief financial officer and treasurer of Apollo Investment Corp., a business development company managed by a subsidiary of Apollo Global Management, the indirect parent of AMTG's manager. Comment?
Thursday Nov 12 | via Mother Jones
In his 2013 book America the Beautiful , Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon who now is at the front of the GOP's 2016 presidential pack, proposed a simple plan to reduce health-care fraud: the Saudi Arabian Solution. "I would not advocate chopping off people's limbs, but there would be some very stiff penalties for this kind of fraud, such as loss of one's medical license for life, no less than ten years in prison, and loss of all of one's personal possessions," Carson wrote. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 4 | via Daily Mail
Katniss is back! Dazzling Jennifer Lawrence leads the stars for the premiere of the final installment of the Hunger Games in Berlin US official says ISIS bomb is 'most likely' reason behind Russian jet crash as Britain orders ALL flights from Egypt to be grounded over security fears 'Well loved' Russian model who was known among her friends for missing plane flights is revealed to be among the 224 killed in Metrojet crash ISIS hostages rescued by US troops reveal how they thought about their wives and children and suffered electric shock torture as they prepared to be executed Shooting death of cop that sparked manhunt was his own 'carefully staged suicide' after he secretly embezzled money from youth programs to pay off his mortgage and visit adult websites Society magazine reveals its 39 rules for being the perfect modern lady 'Ben Carson is a complete and total loser': Donald Trump ... (more) Comment?
55 min ago | via Times of Oman
Under the new rules, homeowners will still be able to buy and sell buildings, but only through a licenced real estate agent. - Times photo Muscat: To protect people from unscrupulous brokers in the Sultanate a new electronic system has been launched, according to the Oman Real Estate Association. Comment?
59 min ago | via Sunday Herald
LLOYDS Banking Group may have to rein in dividend payouts in order to maintain its capital at the level required by the Bank of England, the Sunday Telegraph reports. The paper noted analyst Peter Richardson at Berenberg said banks may have to limit dividend payments in readiness for the increasingly tough stress tests they will face in coming years. Comment?
1 hr ago | via DNAinfo.com
A long-vacant hospital building which sits near one of the most coveted elementary schools in Forest Hills poses a potential danger to local children, some parents said. The former Parkway Hospital, at 70-35 113th St., has been an empty eyesore with its windows boarded up since it closed in 2008. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Norwalk Citizen News
That's according to Mark Haefele, who overseas the investment policy and strategy for $2 trillion as UBS's global chief investment officer. London and Hong Kong are the two most extreme examples of overvalued housing markets, with Hong Kong's real-estate prices nearly 200% above 2003 levels despite stagnant rent and income. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Washington Post
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