Mount-Carmel Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Utah Business
Salt Lake City The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index surpassed 110 for the first time this month, rising to 116.8 in November on flourishing business conditions and job growth. And Utahns are bucking the trend: the national Consumer Confidence Index decreased 5.4 points to 88.7. "Consumer attitudes are exceptionally high going into the holiday season," said Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Zions Bank. Comment?
Friday Nov 21 | via Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake County's future is likely to generate an increasing demand for high density housing projects, such as the Bud Bailey Apartment Complex at 3970 South Main Street, that are close to mass transit stops, land use planners agreed at a conference Thursday. With Utah's population expected to double by 2050, the folks who build houses, apartments, office buildings and shopping centers along the Wasatch Front are predicting major changes for their industry. Comment?
Thursday Nov 20 | via KSL-TV
Most Utahns receive mortgage loans from locally based companies rather than more globally recognized money lenders such as JPMorgan or Bank of America, according to a new study. Although the majority of Utahns rely on local lenders, a significant number either never hear back or the process is drawn out regarding their application, according to recent data released by Mortgage TrueView , a mortgage industry business intelligence and advanced analytics firm. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 4 | via Sun Advocate
The Utah and Carbon/Emery Association of Realtors are now accepting flood relief applications from the victims of the August 4 and September 27 flash floods in Carbon County. The grants, which will be worth up to $750 per qualifying applicant, will provide mortgage or rental assistance to any individuals or families whose primary residence sustained damage as a result of the flooding, confirmed a press release from the UAR. Comment?
Friday Oct 31 | via Sun Advocate
South Eastern Utah Title Company has been in business for about 65 years, being one of the oldest Title Companies in the State of Utah. Duane Frandsen was one of the original owners and when he retired he sold the business to his son Jerry Frandsen in 1986. Comment?
6 min ago | via Yorkton This Week & Enterprise
At a news conference Thursday, Oliver says the government's long term aim is to gradually reduce taxpayer exposure to the residential real estate market, but there is no specific plan. Oliver's predecessor, Jim Flaherty, moved four times to tighten mortgage lending rules in an effort to cool a hot real estate market. Comment?
23 min ago | via Kiwiblog
The latest Household Economic Survey shows average annual household income rose 9.1 percent in the two years to June 2014, from $81,227 to $88,579. That's a big increase. Comment?
30 min ago | via Salon
As we eat that turkey tonight, let's consider how our system is depriving Natives of economic and criminal justice While most Americas enjoy our Thanksgiving holiday, millions of descendants of those alive during that first Thanksgiving-Native Americans-still live in a legal and economic limbo, denied access to the same standards of criminal justice and economic opportunity the rest of us take for granted. Forget New Year's resolutions: let's make a Thanksgiving dinner resolution to push our members of Congress to remedy the situation. Comment?
1 hr ago | via South China Morning Post
An Australian parliamentary committee yesterday recommended strengthening rules on foreign investment in the country's booming housing market, calling enforcement of the current framework "severely lacking". The committee's review, chaired by ruling Liberal Party lawmaker Kelly O'Dwyer, was commissioned this year amid concerns that local buyers were being squeezed out of the residential property market by foreign investors, particularly cashed-up Chinese. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via The New Zealand Herald
"People are borrowing $30,000 to $40,000 to do a kitchen or a bathroom but bigger home renovations are in the hundreds of thousands," Patten said. "People are borrowing $30,000 to $40,000 to do a kitchen or a bathroom but bigger home renovations are in the hundreds of thousands," Patten said. Comment?
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