Macomb Real Estate News
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Mar 24, 2016 | via MLive.com
None of the 80 or so houses there are more than a two-block walk to the river. Many of the lots were never built on, giving the area a spacious fell. Comment?
Feb 16, 2016 | via Model D
There are lots of signs that real-estate development in Detroit is back, from rising home prices to the construction of the M-1 Rail line moving ahead at full steam. And then there is growth of an infrastructure consulting firm like Giffels Webster. Comment?
Jan 22, 2016 | via MLive.com
The 30230 Jefferson home in Saint Clair Shores, Mich. has four bedrooms and bathrooms in the 4,000-square-foot abode. Comment?
Thursday Apr 7 | via Housing Wire
The Department of the Treasury approved Michigan's plan to use the $74.5 million allocated to the state as part of an expansion of the Hardest Hit Fund program , paving the way for increased foreclosure prevention and blight elimination efforts in the cities of Detroit and Flint. The state of Michigan received the additional $74.5 million as part of $1 billion expansion of the Hardest Hit Fund, with the Housing Finance Agencies of 18 states, including California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio, receiving additional funding to continue to assist "struggling homeowners" and help stabilize neighborhoods in many of the nation's hardest hit communities. Comment?
Monday Apr 4 | via State of Michigan
LANSING, Mich. A $74.5 million plan by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority to help homeowners statewide avoid foreclosure and eliminate blight in Detroit and Flint has been approved by the U.S. Department of Treasury under its Hardest Hit Fund program, Gov. Rick Snyder announced today. Comment?
Mar 5, 2016 | via Patch.com
Credit and financial concerns - including debt collection tactics, credit repair, payday lending and mortgage brokering - topped the list of consumer complaints in 2015, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said. Schuette released the Top 10 list of consumer complaints in 2015 ahead of the 18th annual observance of National Consumer Protection Week, March 6-12. Comment?
Mar 27, 2016 | via The Star
Financial institutions seeking reward after risk are extending loan and grant programs into some of the city's less fashionable neighborhoods, where the process of renovating salvageable houses and filling them with families is a necessary step if Detroit is to continue slowing a decades-long population dive. Obstacles toward that goal include the poor condition of the housing stock, appraisals far below the asking price, shaky personal credit in one of the country's poorest economies and a debt-ridden public school system badly in need of an overhaul. Comment?
Mar 21, 2016 | via CBS News
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says new comprehensive action plans will help resolve Flint's lead-tainted water crisis in the coming years. Snyder on Monday announced the plans to improve public health, deal with old infrastructure, support educational services and boost employment. Comment?
6 min ago | via Al Bawaba
The assistance to the families, in the form of land, villas, apartments or financing, will be extended over a year starting on May 8. The Saudi government will provide housing for 100,000 low-income families over the next year as part of a reform program designed to strengthen the economy and reduce its dependence on oil, the Housing Ministry said on Sunday. The announcement suggests authorities are keen to show swiftly that the reform plan, announced last week, is delivering tangible public benefits. Comment?
17 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
In debating whether or not to break up the big banks, there is a key misconception that has to be put to rest by both sides: Another financial crisis will occur, regardless. Financial crises are part of the economic framework of capitalism, whether they are based on Dutch tulip mania in the 1600s, the Panic of 1907 with runs on banks and trusts, the savings and loan debacle of the 1980s, or the subprime mortgage meltdown of the last decade. Comment?
23 min ago | via West Australian
Australian banking heavyweight Westpac posted a three percent rise in interim net profit on Monday as it battles regulatory changes and rising bad loans, disappointing investors who savaged the share price. Westpac's Aus$3.70 billion result in the six months to March 31 kicked off a week of half-yearly reporting from the nation's top lenders, which all face similar concerns. Comment?
24 min ago | via ABC News
A jury has been told a man accused of killing his ex-fiance on the NSW Central Coast left her nearly unrecognisable when he struck and killed her. Dasilva, a former real estate agent from the Lake Macquarie suburb of Bonnells Bay, was charged with murder in December 2013. Comment?
56 min ago | via VermontGuides.com
KidSafe Collaborative announced the election of three members to its board of directors: Bettina Dold of Physician's Computer Co., Jake Ide of the Vermont Community Loan Fund, and Michael Schirling of BTV Ignite. Comment?
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