Lakewood Real Estate News
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Tuesday Sep 29 | via Cleveland.com
The intersection of Lee and Lomond stands to be further bolstered with the addition of Protem Health Care, which plans to put more than $500,000 into a vacant medical office building. A deal has been in the works for months , after the former surgery center, located at 3535 Lee Road across from Shaker LaunchHouse, was deeded over on a tax foreclosure to the city, which then agreed to sell it to Protem for $170,000 in February. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 23 | via WVIZ-TV Cleveland
The Cuyahoga County Land Bank has been buying, demolishing or rehabilitating blighted properties since the foreclosure crisis hit the region nearly a decade ago. The idea is growing in smaller counties around Ohio. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 22 | via Cleveland.com
Home purchases continued to surpass last year's levels as summer waned, but the market cooled a bit from July to August. Sales of new and previously owned houses were up 16.3 percent from August 2014, according to listing-service data . Comment?
Thursday Sep 17 | via Cleveland.com
A slow-moving downtown hotel project could land in the hands of a new developer or owner, as the result of a foreclosure case affecting one of the last vacant stretches of Euclid Avenue in the center city. A New York-based lender initiated a foreclosure lawsuit Aug. 31 against the owners of the John Hartness Brown Building, a historic property earmarked as the future home of a Le Meridien hotel. Comment?
Saturday Sep 12 | via News Journal
Richland Mall will attract buyers, Avita CEO says Hospital official Jerry Morasko believes Wells Fargo will find a purchaser Check out this story on mansfieldnewsjournal.com: http://ohne.ws/1F4RhnK 8MANSFIELD - The CEO for the anchor business on Richland Mall's far north side predicts a seamless transition when the mall is put up for sheriff's sale, saying he thinks the bank may buy it back and market it on its own timeline to a new owner. "I think it will be pretty saleable," said Jerry Morasko, president and CEO of Avita Health System, which purchased space formerly occupied by Lazarus, remodeling it last year into a multi-specialty health care facility . Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via GlobeNewswire
Heartland BancCorp , parent company of Heartland Bank, today announced that Executive Vice President Brian Mauntel has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer and will lead the commercial lending, retail, client services and mortgage departments, as well as Heartland Investment Services. "We hope to leverage Brian's experience and business acumen to aid in managing and developing our growing balance sheet, offerings, and delivery of our sales and service units," said G. Scott McComb, Chairman, President and CEO. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via CBS News
Does living in Ohio appeal to you? If it doesn't, perhaps knowing that the Buckeye State is home to several cities among America's most affordable places to live might change your mind. In fact, Midwestern cities dominate the top 15 affordable places to live, according to a recent report by online real estate listings site Trulia . Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via Daily-Jeff.com
A national real estate search company says four of the top 10 most affordable U.S. cities to live in are in Ohio. Trulia ranked Akron and Dayton as the two most affordable cities in its survey, based on a combination of high wages and low home prices. Comment?
Sunday Sep 20 | via Marietta Times
Elton C. Hickerson, 93, of McConnelsville, Ohio, passed peacefully from this life on Sept. 19, 2015, at his home with his children by his side. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 16 | via Curbed
Despite Washington, D.C. having the second highest median income in the nation, the area's steep home prices still cause cause families to have to pinch pennies to get the kind of homes they're yearning for. Personal finance website NerdWallet recently ranked the 100 largest Metropolitan areas in the U.S. by which cities allow "an average family" to live the most comfortably-or with the biggest house on the block. Comment?
2 min ago | via Reinbeck Courier
The LSB Foundation, on behalf of Lincoln Savings Bank, has committed $15,000 to Wartburg College's Transforming Tomorrow comprehensive campaign in support of the planned Clinton Hall renovation. "Lincoln Savings Bank believes in investing in future generations with our financial support," said Erik Skovgard, the bank's CEO. Comment?
14 min ago | via Trinidad Guardian
Mike, 32, and Jody, 27, have been dating for the past five years. Mike is a junior manager in a manufacturing plant and earns $10,500 per month after taxes whilst Jody a junior account executive at an advertising agency earns $7,900 after taxes. Comment?
31 min ago | via Foster's Daily Democrat
BARRINGTON – Middle-income earners are critical members of the workforce that serves Seacoast communities but many are often priced out of coastal towns of Maine and New Hampshire where they are employed. This is in part because residential development in recent decades focused on large-lot, single-family homes and luxury apartments often unaffordable to those who earn the area's median income. Comment?
39 min ago | via The Orange County Register
As seen through a telephoto lens from about two miles away, the home on Hidden Glen Lane in Yorba Linda dominates the surrounding homes, which are all fairly large themselves. Yorba Linda and some other cities in the northern part of Orange County saw some of the strongest gains in home sales and prices in August, according to an index computed by Register columnist Jonathan Lansner on the basis of data from CoreLogic. Comment?
39 min ago | via The Orange County Register
This example assumes a borrower has annual household income of $80,000 and puts one-third of it into a house payment. Everybody is trying to guess what rising interest rates will mean for the housing market, but not enough people are focusing on what they can do about it before it happens. Comment?
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