Lineboro Real Estate News
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Apr 7, 2015 | via Daily Record
Karl Locklear has joined Weichert, Realtors, located in Eldersburg, as a real estate agent. He is assisting property buyers and sellers in Carroll, Howard and Baltimore counties. Comment?
Mar 23, 2015 | via The Baltimore Sun
On March 13, Gov. Larry Hogan appointed April Rose, a Westminster resident, to fill the vacant seat in the House of Delegates representing District 5. Rose's first venture into politics took place in 2002 when she attended a meeting of the South Carroll Republican Club. She eventually would rise to the office of club president. Comment?
Feb 25, 2015 | via Patch.com
Property Concepts, located in Eldersburg and serving all of Maryland, is proud to announce they've welcomed three new agents to their team: Sydney Bondar, Terri Carter and CJ Rachuba. All three will be assisting property buyers and sellers in Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick and Howard counties. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via The Washington Post
The 4,058-square-foot newly built house at 14345 Flowing Creek Ct., Bryantown, Md., is listed at $479,990. While no one anticipates a return to the frenzied housing market of the pre-recession days or even the hectic pace in 2013 when low inventory and low mortgage rates pushed some buyers into bidding wars, the fall market in Maryland is on track to continue a strong trajectory for the year. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via Weekend
Wealth offers security and privilege that can last for generations. For minority households striving to achieve the American Dream, homeownership is often the surest path. Comment?
Sunday Sep 13 | via The Baltimore Sun
Ohio-based Safeguard Properties, which has faced claims across the country that it locked people out of their homes or took their belongings before the foreclosure process was complete, settled a complaint from the Maryland attorney general's office Friday. Under the settlement, Safeguard, the nation's largest mortgage field services company, agreed to a host of reforms to its practices and to pay $167,000 in restitution to Marylanders allegedly harmed. Comment?
Thursday Sep 10 | via The Washington Post
Many home buyers in the D.C. region face a bit of a sticker shock when house hunting. It can be hard to believe it costs as much as it does for a condo, townhouse or single-family home. Comment?
Sep 3, 2015 | via ABC2 Maryland
The state has settled with a mortgage services company that allegedly locked residents out of their homes and damaged their property. Under the settlement reached by the Office of the Attorney General Consumer Protection Division last week, Ohio-based Safeguard will reform its practices and return $167,000 to Marylanders who were hurt by their practices. Comment?
2 min ago | via The Daily Caller
Lawmakers questioned how the nation's tax policies are impacting the skyrocketing cost of higher education during a House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee hearing Wednesday, questioning whether tax breaks for university endowments are a contributing factor to the rise in tuition. Republicans suggested endowments could be better utilized to lower fees instead of funding high salaries for university presidents, 42 of which make $1 million or more a year, and building costly campus facilities. Comment?
2 min ago | via WAFF-TV Huntsville
Attention Rocket City homeowners, according to a new city of Huntsville report, the average home sales price in the medical district is up more than 29 percent since 2013. Realtor Debbie Epperson, has lived and worked in the Huntsville market for two decades. Comment?
5 min ago | via Wall Street Journal
In pursuit of more deals and commissions, real-estate agents-most of whom are independent contractors-are increasingly switching brokerage firms. Comment?
6 min ago | via CFO
The Cincinnati bank was accused of waiting too long to report that more than 1,400 mortgage loans were defective, resulting in federal insurance losses. Fifth Third Bancorp on Tuesday agreed to pay nearly $85 million to settle charges it failed to disclose in a timely manner that more than 1,400 mortgages were defective The case originated in 2011 as a whistleblower complaint filed under the False Claims Act by Fifth Third's former chief appraiser, George Mann. Comment?
8 min ago | via SFGate
Closing on a home can be exciting but also stressful for buyers, particularly those who are relying on financing. New rules aim to make sure buyers at least have a better understanding of the financial obligations they are signing up for when they take on a home loan. Comment?
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