Moorestown Real Estate News
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Jan 25, 2017 | via The Black River News
RE/MAX Town and Valley Sales Associate, Bill Cogan, an LGBT-friendly realtor, is pleased to announce that he has joined The National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals . "I am excited about supporting NAGLREP, being able to help people find their dream home and leveraging the networking opportunities that the organization offers will be very rewarding," said Bill. Comment?
Dec 29, 2016 | via NJ.com
The recession was tough on New Jersey, and the recently released five-year census data shows that incomes and home values across the state have been slow to rebound. But Burlington County, where home values and incomes were never sky-high, seems to have come out better than many counties. Comment?
Sep 11, 2016 | via Philly.com
Alan J. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter. Author of three books, he was "The Gadgeteer" on the Discovery Channel's Home Matters and president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors. Comment?
Jun 7, 2016 | via Philly.com
A former independent who twice before ran unsuccessfully for Congress won the Democratic nomination Tuesday to vie for South Jersey's Third Congressional District seat. Frederick J. LaVergne, a former member of the Democratic Republican Party, defeated Jim Keady, a former Asbury Park councilman who was known in a viral video as the "guy who Gov. Christie told to sit down and shut up" after Keady's protest at a Hurricane Sandy event in 2014. Comment?
May 25, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
The number of U.S. houses left vacant because of foreclosure was down at the start of the second quarter compared with the same period last year. But New Jersey's share of these so-called zombies continues to be tops in the nation, real estate information provider RealtyTrac said Thursday. Comment?
Wednesday | via The Jersey Journal
The Democratic front-runner for governor has unveiled a new plan he says would take New Jersey from first in the nation in foreclosures to near first in the nation for affordable housing, courtesy of Wall Street's banks. New Jersey leads the nation in defaulted mortgages, with some 1.9 percent of housing units in New Jersey in some stage of foreclosure -- nearly triple the national rate of 0.7 percent, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. Comment?
Monday Mar 20 | via The Item
New Jersey tenants whose landlords fall into foreclosure have a right to stay in their homes - and lenders must tell them that, under a new rule adopted by the New Jersey Supreme Court. "Tenants are the invisible victims of the foreclosure crisis,'' New Jersey Public Advocate Ronald K. Chen said Tuesday. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 1 | via The Advertiser News (South)
Mary Palumbo of BHHS Gross & Jansen Realtors has been named the Sparta Office's Agent of the Month for February, having sold more than half a million dollars in real estate for February. Mary Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 28 | via The Township Journal
Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Her passion to help others along with her years of experience as a Real Estate Paralegal guided Mary to pursue her Real Estate License. Comment?
Monday Feb 27 | via WKXW-FM Trenton
You may not pass them everyday on your way to and from work, but New Jersey is no stranger to multi-million dollar homes. A number of them changed hands over the past year or so, and the gallery above shows you some properties still up for grabs. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
The chorus grows ever louder as yet another major group warns of the threat to Canada from swollen household debts. Putting Canada second only to Australia in a ranking of household debt as a percentage of gross domestic product, global bank HSBC singled out a handful of countries in a quarterly economic report. Comment?
12 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam speaks to the media during a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland May 10, 2016. Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam speaks to the media during a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland May 10, 2016. Comment?
12 min ago | via Reuters
Rising short-term interest rates in the United States are prompting Lipper Award-winning bond fund managers to add emerging-market debt and non-agency backed residential mortgages that they say offer more potential for gains in the year ahead. Managers from firms including AllianceBernstein, BlackRock Inc and Thornburg Investment Management are bracing for further rate increases by the Federal Reserve, making U.S. high-yield debt unattractive as highly-leveraged companies and municipalities have a more difficult time rolling over their debt costs. Comment?
16 min ago | via The Post-Standard
On a one-and-a-half acre lot, the property has a 250-foot frontage of the Seneca River. The family loves the scenic views of large boats along the backyard, and the state-owned land across the way offers beautiful scenes especially in the winter. Comment?
20 min ago | via GigaOM
The amount of financial regulation in the world continues to increase , creating an ever-growing burden on banks and other financial institutions. Banks only have themselves to blame, goes the pervading view, creating exploitative situations such as sub-prime mortgages and credit swaps, thus collapsing the bond of trust they maintained with their customers. Comment?
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