Milford Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Detroit Free Press
A Livingston County Veterans Affairs employee hopes others will step up to help an 82-year-old Hamburg Township veteran on the brink of being homeless. Comment?
Friday | via Daily Press & Argus
Joshua Parish, veterans benefits counselor for Livingston County Veterans Affairs, is spearheading an effort to raise more than $130,000 to keep Korean War-era veteran Ross Dahlberg in his Hamburg Township home. Comment?
Friday Jun 20 | via Battle Creek Enquirer
Starting 2016, new legislation enables the county treasurers office to foreclose tax delinquent property such as this foreclosed house on Park Street in Eaton Rapids, which will be auction on August / Eaton County Treasurer's Office During its regular meeting on June 18, the Eaton County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Eaton County ... (more) Comment?
Friday Jul 4 | via MLive.com
A veterans benefits counselor in Livingston County is working to try to save a Korean War-era vet from losing his home after it was sold at a sheriff's auction in March. Comment?
Jun 5, 2014 | via Daily Press & Argus
Dr. Thomas Kellogg, a Howell dentist, was a key player in raising the money last year to renovate the Livingston County Veterans' Memorial in downtown Howell. Comment?
14 hrs ago | via Lansing State Journal
Starting in 2016, Eaton County will begin managing its own tax foreclosures. Currently that process is handled by the state which then also reaps what financial benefit there is once the process is over. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via WLNS-TV Lansing
More people are losing their debit cards, pre-paid cards and even credit cards to thieves who steal their data while at the pump. Comment?
Friday | via The Detroit News
Washington -- Rep. Dan Kildee asked the U.S. Treasury Department to allow the state to use "Hardest Hit" funds earmarked for foreclosure relief to be used to tear down blighted commercial buildings. Comment?
Sunday Jun 15 | via Crain's Detroit Business
Akron, Ohio-based FirstMerit Corp. is scheduled to hold the grand opening of its new Southeast Michigan headquarters in the Two Towne Square building in Southfield on Tuesday. Comment?
Thursday Jul 10 | via Michigan Radio
There's been a lot of attention paid to Michigan's bizarrely gerrymandered 14th Congressional District, drawn to pack as many Democrats as possible together. Comment?
5 min ago | via AME Info
Global property consultancy, Knight Frank has said Bahrain's real estate market is unlikely to see an increase in rents or capital values in the short to medium term, despite a general improvement so far this year, Gulf News has reported. Comment?
1 hr ago | via WBAL-TV Baltimore
WEDNESDAY A HIGH OF 78, 79 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY BACK UP TO 80 DEGREES. WELL, KNOWING HOW YOUR MONEY WORKS COULD BE THE KEY TO BEING DEBT FREE AND ACTUALLY SAVING WHEN FINANCIAL EXPERT ERIC BLOTMAN IS HERE. Comment?
19 min ago | via Examiner.com
Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury, Founder of Bank of New York and primary author of economic policies of the George Washington Administration Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury, Founder of Bank of New York and primary author of economic policies of the George Washington Administration In 1776, the notion that no one is above ... (more) Comment?
27 min ago | via SFGate
My colleague Andy Kiersz recently published the following map, based on data from Zillow, showing where middle class homebuyers are totally screwed. Comment?
36 min ago | via The Orlando Sentinel
Halfway to the deadline for spending federal Hardest Hit foreclosure-relief funds, Florida has distributed less than a third of its $1 billion share and lags most other states in getting the money into homeowners' hands. Comment?
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