Mule Creek Real Estate News
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Thursday Jan 22 | via Business Journal
The price of a home in New Mexico went up in 2014, from from $173,000 in 2013 to $175,000, or a little over 1 percent, according to the Realtors Association of New Mexico. The price of a home in New Mexico went up in 2014, from from $173,000 in 2013 to $175,000, or a little over 1 percent, according to the Realtors Association of New Mexico. Comment?
Sunday Jan 18 | via Deming Headlight
In everyone's life there are moments where situations take hold and you feel a sense of powerlessness - where you want someone to listen and understand the incredible frustration of not being heard. In 2011, I almost lost my home to foreclosure. Comment?
Dec 30, 2014 | via Deming Headlight
SANTA FE >> An estimated 1,209 sales were reported to the REALTORS Association of New Mexico during November 2014. The median price of a New Mexico property sold during November was $180,000. Comment?
Oct 23, 2014 | via Deming Headlight
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. >> Housing trends reported to the REALTORS Association of New Mexico for the month of September 2014 reflect a median sales price of $177,000 - identical to Aug. 2014 and Sept. 2013. Comment?
Oct 3, 2014 | via Las Cruces Sun-News
LAS CRUCES >> When a New Mexico community wants to undertake a project for downtown revitalization, business incubation, housing or infrastructure, backers often don't know where to look for financing and are easily discouraged or intimidated by the maze of government agencies they have to navigate. The state addressed this problem in the "rural renaissance" platform of its five-year economic development plan, unveiled in 2013, by creating New Mexico FundIt - a federal-state partnership that aims to be a one-stop source of start-to-finish financing for projects that will help with infrastructure development, job creation and small-business development. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Las Vegas Sun
Generally speaking, debt on delinquent non-government accounts will fall off your credit report seven years, six months and one day from the date of first delinquency. There are quite a few people who believe it's exactly seven years, but the Fair Credit Reporting Act states that the seven-year running period begins "upon the expiration of the 180-day period beginning on the date of the commencement of the delinquency which immediately preceded the collection activity," which is where the additional six months comes into play. Comment?
31 min ago | via Manhattan Mercury
The Little Apple continues to get bigger - at least according to 2014 sales figures released by the Manhattan Association of Realtors. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Juan Cole
"From Detroit to Philadelphia to Baltimore, policy makers in America's old industrial metropolises are struggling with the same problem: how to reverse the fortunes of decaying cities. Decades of economic decline and suburbanisation have left their city centres depressed and dangerous. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Trend
Around 32.8 percent of the total amount of loans issued through the Azerbaijan Mortgage Fund accounted for the citizens engaged in the public sector in 2014, the AMF statistics report as of 2014 says. Around 13.8 percent of the mortgaged housing accounted for the citizens employed in the oil sector of the economy. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The News Item
Nicholas John Dephillips, of 404 N. Ninth St., Sunbury, and Debra Sue Davi, of 30 S. 11th St., Sunbury. Issued Jan. 29. Fannie Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association, ServiceLink to Nicholas C. Seeley, Gina A. Quintana, property in Ralpho Township, $44,000. Comment?
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