Missoula Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Missoula, MT continually updated from thousands of sources.
May 7, 2015 | via KAUZ
A Georgia sheriff has been charged with reckless conduct in the shooting of a real estate agent as prosecutors look into his statement that he was conducting police training exercises at the time. A day after he was charged with reckless conduct in the shooting of a real estate agent, a Georgia sheriff called it a "tragic accident" and vowed to continue his law enforcement duties. Comment?
May 7, 2015 | via Carlsbad Current-Argus
Mortgage giant Fannie Mae says it had net income of $1.9 billion for the first quarter. That's sharply down from the same period a year ago due to lower fee income. Comment?
Feb 24, 2015 | via Home
Some real estate agents have had to cancel open houses because of the 8 feet of snow that has fallen over the past few weeks. Others have had to brace prospective buyers for tours of homes showing the ravages of this year's winter, including leaky walls and ceilings from a buildup of ice on the roof. Comment?
Apr 1, 2015 | via National Mortgage News
The state's Supreme Court ruled last year that presumed oral agreements are sufficient for borrowers to mount legal challenges in lending disputes. The case - Morrow v. Comment?
Feb 14, 2015 | via The Billings Outpost
In her address to a joint session of the Montana Legislature last week, Superintendent Denise Juneau praised Montana's schools and called for more investment in them. Comment?
40 min ago | via Independent.ie
AIB is giving tracker mortgages and debt write-downs or lump sums worth more than a 25,000 to customers who complained that they were wrongly denied one, in a dramatic shift in policy that coincides with the Central Bank's industry-wide probe. One AIB mortgage holder, who struggled for years with repayments, has been put on a tracker and offered a write down in excess of a 25,000 on the home loan, the Sunday Independent has learnt. Comment?
40 min ago | via Independent.ie
I have sent my daughter, who lives in Australia, a cash gift of a 30,000 to help her buy her first home over there. Will she have to pay any tax to the Irish Revenue Commissioners - or to the tax authorities in Australia - as a result of receiving this gift? She has been living and working in Australia for three years and currently has no plans to return to Ireland. Comment?
41 min ago | via Independent.ie
Mortgage "sweeteners" could be worth nothing to you two years into your loan - and ultimately can cost you tens of thousands of euro in mortgage interest. So such sweeteners - essentially, financial incentives offered by lenders in a bid to encourage you to take out a mortgage with them - should be treated cautiously, as their value is usually negligible when compared to the overall cost of a mortgage. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Middle age can be an expensive time of life for those determined to hold the clock back, and invest in themselves. Health, vitality and looks are increasingly expected of those in leadership roles and they are no longer just the preserve of the young. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Las Vegas Review Journal
Workers are seen at Spanish Palms on South Rainbow Boulevard during construction of a new park in the complex earlier this month. Chris Poff cuts a sidewalk at Spanish Palms on South Rainbow Boulevard during construction of a park in the complex. Comment?
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