Lindley Real Estate News
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Jul 23, 2016 | via Steuben Courier
Edger Development LLC, of Elmira Heights, purchased the large brick building at 146 Walnut St. for $28,500 at the recent Steuben County property tax foreclosure auction, said Pat Donnelly, Steuben County finance commissioner. The planned use for the 17,868-square-foot historic building has not yet been released, and Jessica Edger, vice president of Edger Enterprises, could not be reached Thursday or Friday for comment. Comment?
15 hrs ago | via Builder
The thing about deal-making is there are always at least two sides to the story. And in some cases, many, many more. Comment?
Sunday Apr 23 | via Albany Times Union
In this Feb. 1, 2017, photo, Raymond Murray gets a visit from his lawyer, Robert Seewald, right, at his home in New York. Murray is the victim of deed theft, a foreclosure fraud where older people are mostly the target. Comment?
Saturday Apr 22 | via Texarkana Gazette
Bernard Youngblood, Wayne County Register of Deeds, poses with an old deed registry book in Detroit, Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Youngblood recounted a case in his office, when a man came to file a quitclaim deed transferring ownership on a property. Comment?
Friday Apr 21 | via The Real Deal
Investors Brad Reiss and John Yoon are facing foreclosure on their troubled Mansfield Hotel in Midtown, which has been bleeding cash for more than a year as they negotiated to sell it at an asking price of $65 million. Wells Fargo, the trustee on the $20 million loan that Reiss and Yoon's Ark Partners secured in 2006 as they overhauled the century-old hotel at 12 West 44th Street, is working through foreclosure proceedings with the developers in Manhattan State Supreme Court, public records show. Comment?
Sunday Apr 16 | via The Age
The short-term rental company became a Federal Trade Commission target after three senators asked for an investigation into how companies like Airbnb affect soaring housing costs. In October, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York signed a bill imposing steep fines on Airbnb hosts who break local housing rules. Comment?
18 min ago | via Los Angeles Times
The new Bay Bridge rises as the old one is dismantled in San Francisco Bay on September 24, 2014. The $6.4 billion bridge will ultimately cost taxpayers more than $13 billion after paying off the debt to private financial institutions. Comment?
5 min ago | via Business Wire
The 2017 REachA selection process was particularly competitive, as Pearl was one of only seven firms to be chosen from hundreds of innovative companies that applied. Pearl offers a high-performing home certification that enables homeowners to recoup the value of investments in energy efficient features when they sell their home. Comment?
8 min ago | via This Is London
Splitting banks up is notoriously difficult to do - just ask RBS - and an IPO would inevitably see Tidjane Thiam's board and investors cede partial control over this crucial, profitable, part of the group. Not only that, but, as one M&A boss points out, a separately floated Credit Suisse bank would require a new set of non-executive directors and a whole load of onerous disclosure requirements. Comment?
8 min ago | via AK&M
Otkritie Bank has improved mortgage lending conditions, the bank informed. On April 24, 2017, Otkritie Bank lowered the interest rate applying to the Military Mortgage program and improved the terms and conditions of the Refinancing program. Comment?
19 min ago | via World News Report
EagleBank congratulates Senior Mortgage Banker Mehdi Pirzadeh who ranked Number 92 in the USA for dollar volume mortgage originations. Among the top 100, he produced and closed 250 loans for $122,099,910 for the year. Joining Pirzadeh to place EagleBank in the Nation's Top 1%, are seven other Senior Mortgage Bankers: Laurent Berman, Tom Biegler, Paul Harsanyi, Paul Hornyak, Deborah Levy, Andrew Lunenfeld, and Bill Sherrill. Comment?
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