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Monday Sep 14 | via Philly.com
Like many women hoping to start their own businesses, Donna Maria Zadie and Julia Bayardi turned to friends and family for investment advice - and dollars - for their new clinical-massage school in Center City, where classes will begin this month. To open their Philadelphia School of Massage & Body Work at the Ellington building at 1500 Chestnut St., Zadie says, "we got some money from one other investor and Julia's mom." Comment?
Aug 30, 2015 | via Philly.com
The gas stations are largely gone now from this section of Whitpain Township, Montgomery County, replaced "by a lot of banks," Segal says. But just about every area brokerage - his included - has a Blue Bell office. Comment?
Aug 19, 2015 | via Business Journal
An investor has snapped up CrossPoint at Valley Forge for $89.5 million a year after it underwent a total renovation and was fully leased up. KBS Real Estate Investment Trust III bought the 272,360-square-foot office building from a partnership consisting of the Davis Cos. Comment?
Aug 7, 2015 | via JD Supra
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that Pennsylvania's recording statute does not require the recording of all conveyances. As a result, the Third Circuit reversed the district court's refusal to enter summary judgment in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems in a class action filed by a county recorder of deeds seeking to compel MERS to record past, present, and future mortgage assignments and pay the associated recording fees. Comment?
Aug 3, 2015 | via FindLaw
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, Recorder of Deeds, By and Through Nancy J. Becker, In Her Official Capacity as the Recorder of Deeds of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, On Its Own Behalf and On Behalf of All Others Similarly Situated v. MERSCORP INC; Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc, Appellants. Comment?
Monday Oct 5 | via The Centrist
By James Paul Have a spare $1,000 lying around? If so, you'd probably make a mortgage payment or buy several weeks of groceries. You might even sock it away in your 401 or kid's college fund. Comment?
Sunday Oct 4 | via The Times-Tribune
Kelly Klaproth, PA-C, joins the practice and will assist Louis J. Freedman, M.D. Ms. Klaproth earned her Bachelor of Science in medical studies and her master's in physician assistant studies from King's College. Comment?
Saturday Oct 3 | via Christian Science Monitor
In recent years we've become painfully accustomed to hearing about rising home prices and decreasing home affordability . And once again, a measure of national home prices, as well as NerdWallet's own analysis of housing affordability, confirm the growing issue. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via JD Supra
On September 24, 2015, the CFPB and DOJ announced a joint action against Hudson City Savings Bank for allegedly discriminatory redlining practices from 2009 through 2013 in certain neighborhoods in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania in violation of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and the Fair Housing Act. Over the past few months, officials from both the Bureau and DOJ have spoken publicly about redlining concerns, noting that they have seen a resurgence in the practice. Comment?
Sunday Sep 20 | via The Jersey Journal
The local housing market is on an upswing, or maybe approaching one. It depends how you look at the numbers. Comment?
17 min ago | via NWAonline
On Saturday Night Live , cast member Cecily Strong skillfully plays a recurring clueless character: Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party. With an intensity matched only by her inebriation, she delivers eye-roll-worthy observations and opinions about the world, like "There are homeless people who can't even pay their mortgages!" and "People who are orphans are twice as likely not to have parents!" and "There are high school students who can't even point out India on a map of Africa." Comment?
40 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
A bill aimed at increasing legal protections for people who buy foreclosed homes is working its way through the state legislature, but faces criticism from opponents who say it would disproportionately harm minorities. “This really is a consumer protection bill,” said the proposal's sponsor, state Sen. Michael Moore, D-Millbury. Comment?
43 min ago | via Salt Lake Tribune
The end of seven years of easy-money Federal Reserve policies may derail a U.S. auto boom fueled by cheap debt, a group of economists said in a recent report. One of the researchers is warning it could also push lenders into making even riskier loans in order to keep cars moving off dealer lots. Comment?
48 min ago | via The Spokesman-Review
Reading former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's new memoir of the financial crisis - "The Courage to Act" - you are reminded how lucky we are. Despite a disappointingly slow economic recovery, it could have been much, much worse. Comment?
48 min ago | via The Washington Post
Taylor, a marketing manager at the consumer goods company until October 2013, and two friends started Three Birds Renovations in July last year. Since then, they have bought and sold three homes in Sydney's northwestern suburbs and made a gross profit of about A$600,000 . Comment?
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