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Nov 17, 2015 | via Sunherald.com
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALDJeff Ballenger with the Pickering Firm, second from left, answers individuals' questions before the format changed and became a Q&A with an audience at the East Central Community Center open house on Lake George on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015. KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Sherwin Ray, left with hat, asks Jackson County Supervisor Barry Cumbest, center, if someone can tell him how much of his farmland will be ultimately affected during an open house meeting on the Lake George project on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015 at the East Central Community Center. Comment?
Saturday Jul 2 | via WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
The Mississippi-based bank has agreed to pay $10.6 million to settle civil charges after being accused of "numerous" discriminatory mortgage lending practices that harmed African-Americans and other minority borrowers. The U.S. Justice Department and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in a court filing that BancorpSouth Inc. turned down black home buyers applying for mortgages more often than similar white applicants, or charged them higher rates to borrow under a policy the government described as "explicitly discriminatory." Comment?
May 23, 2016 | via Sunherald.com
Two shopping centers in South Mississippi have new owners and another has new management as the commercial real estate market on the Coast is in a boom. Edgewater Village on Eisenhower Drive was sold last week to Rushmore Properties LLC of Chicago and Stirling Properties was awarded the management contract for Handsboro Square on Pass Road in Gulfport, which is anchored by Rouses Market. Comment?
Dec 19, 2015 | via Washington Times
CoreLogic, based in Irvine, California, announced the purchase Thursday, saying it wants to integrate FNC's real estate appraisal software into its products. "We expect property valuation to be an area of significant future domestic and international growth," CoreLogic CEO Anand Nallathambi said in a statement. Comment?
Dec 18, 2015 | via WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Fourteen first-time homebuyers who are disabled or elderly will receive financial assistance through a $140,000 Affordable Housing Program grant to the University of Southern Mississippi Institute for Disability Studies. BancorpSouth Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas awarded the grant, which will be applied toward the homebuyers' down payments, closing costs, and mortgage principal. Comment?
Nov 24, 2015 | via WAPT-TV Jackson
Compared to the rest of the country, Mississippians don't make a lot of money, but are quick to donate. But 16 WAPT's Tammy Estwick wanted to know if their hard-earned money is going to the best use, so she asked Charity Navigator , which ranks charities based on how and where money taken in is spent every year. Comment?
3 min ago | via The Union
There were more single family homes for sale in Nevada County over the past three months than in the first quarter of the year - but that slight increase in inventory hasn't been enough to bring relief to those on the hunt for a home in the area. There were 1,096 homes for sale in Nevada County from April - June, compared to 856 homes for sale from January - March, according to data from the Nevada County Association of Realtors. Comment?
18 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
The bank has a lot of margin expanding options, but the market is getting bored and shares are trending lower. Now might not be the best moment to buy, but if management can execute, investors will find a more expensive M&T Bank this time next year. Comment?
32 min ago | via The Washington Post
The hunt for yield is making the bond market less attractive, said Kathleen Gaffney, whose Eaton Vance Bond Fund is surging this year after plunging in 2015. Treasury 10-year yields, the benchmark for everything from U.S. mortgages to dollar bonds in developing nations, dropped to a record this month as investors sought alternatives to negative interest rates in Europe and Japan. Comment?
44 min ago | via The Daily Caller
Officials at the Government National Mortgage Association hired a tax scofflaw with a resume including a false claim to be a certified public accountant as chief financial officer and put him in charge of a $1.5 trillion loan portfolio. David Fender shirked his official duties and instead ran a government contracting company out of the government office building. Comment?
46 min ago | via The Washington Post
For Beijing resident Nie Miao, spending 5,000 yuan on a new iPhone 6S from Apple Inc. "just isn't an option." That's because the lion's share of his 7,000 yuan monthly pay goes toward the mortgage on the downtown apartment he bought last year. Comment?
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