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Monday Dec 8 | via UnionvilleTimes.com
The Friends Association for Care and Protection of Children held its 7th annual Charity Ball Saturday night at West Chester Golf & Country Club. Hundreds of supporters attended the black-tie affair. Comment?
Sunday Nov 30 | via Philly.com
Robert F. Whalen was chairman of the Tredyffrin Township planning commission in 2013 when he heard that an affiliate of the Blackstone Group , the big hedge-fund manager, had decided it wasn't worth paying the $10 million it owed for its half-empty shopping center at Chesterbrook, just south of Valley Forge National Park. That's when Whalen, a Malvern Prep and U.S. Naval Academy grad and a Marine officer who did two tours in Iraq before he turned developer in civilian life, made an executive decision: "I found the bank that was selling the mortgage, I got the mortgage under control, and resigned from the planning commission that day," he told me. Comment?
Nov 7, 2014 | via Daily Mail
Husband's business partner arrested for murder of McStay family who vanished for three years - before parents and two young sons were found executed and buried in shallow desert graves Shopper attacked in Nordstroms parking lot by mother whom she had politely asked to calm child who was throwing a loud tantrum Former bodyguard to Kim Jong-il reveals how staff constantly feared being decapitated, one advisor was jailed for life for using his ash tray... and why Jong-un is even MORE dangerous Whistleblower whose testimony helped force $9billion settlement from JP Morgan speaks for first time about bank giant's schemes to sell toxic mortgages Family of murdered Fox executive Gavin Smith demand justice over death which police believe was 'murder to order' - and detectives say his mistress's drug dealer husband is 'person of interest' 'I love it in the woods': Giggling two-year-old FOUND 22 ... (more) Comment?
Oct 24, 2014 | via Philly.com
Chester County is the latest government in the region to sue some of the nation's largest banks to recover millions of dollars in recording fees for mortgage assignments. The Chester County Recorder of Deeds filed a lawsuit Oct. 10 against several banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citibank, and Bank of America, in County Court. Comment?
Aug 12, 2014 | via NBC Philadelphia
Having three state parks is just one reason why Chester County has been ranked in the top 10 best counties in the nation. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 17 | via Bloomberg
The U.S. housing market will resume its recovery in 2015 after a "disappointing" year as sales accelerate, construction increases and mortgage credit eases, according to a Bloomberg survey of 25 economists and analysts. New-home sales will jump 16 percent to 510,000 and sales of existing homes will climb 5 percent to 5.21 million, according to the median estimates. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Times News
A total of 276 cases were started in November in the office of Carbon County Prothonotary Joann M. Behrens, according to a monthly statistical report released by the officeholder. A breakdown of the cases is as follows: Assessment appeals, 10; civil actions, 36; custody complaints,14; district justice appeals, 2; divorce complaints, 15; complaint in ejectment, 1; mortgage foreclosure complaints, 30; name change petition, 1; protection from abuse petitions, 20; quiet title action, 1; replevin complaint, 1; tax sale, 1; court appointments, 3; judgments, 136; miscellaneous cases, 2; and stipulations/waivers of liens, 3. The office staff also received and processed 33 applications for U.S. passports. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 10 | via Northeasttimes.com
Caring for the community: Members of the Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association treated needy neighbors to a pre-Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 26 at Calvary Christian Church. Members of the Take Back Your Neighborhood civic association heard from representatives of Tree Northeast, TD Bank and Philadelphia Gas Works at their most recent meeting. Comment?
Jan 12, 2011 | via City Journal
'Are any of these ideas actually stupid?' Stewart wondered. Cut to Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones, who described Arizona's plans to sell its state government buildings for $735 million, lease them back, and keep on using them. Comment?
Nov 20, 2014 | via Palm Beach Post
A 90-year-old man is facing foreclosure on a Boynton Beach home he no longer owns after his lender gave him the wrong mortgage payoff amount. According to court documents, Abraham Maisner, who owned a 3,200-square-foot home in Valencia Lakes, went into foreclosure in 2012 after failing to make payments since May 2010. Comment?
11 min ago | via Business Journal
Institutional investors were among the largest buyers of South Florida homes when the market hit bottom and now they have reason to become the largest sellers. RealtyTrac conducted a nationwide study of single-family homes purchased by the major institutional investment funds from January 2012 through August 2014 and found that South Florida was second in the nation with 12,952 home purchases. Comment?
12 min ago | via East Anglian Daily Times
The average family in the East of England would be just 33 days from the breadline if it unexpectedly lost its income, a new report reveals. As festive shoppers crowd the town centres for the last weekend before Christmas, the latest findings by Legal & General show that many households in the region are just over a month away from becoming reliant upon family, friends or state benefits, once their savings run out. Comment?
23 min ago | via Business Journal
If you're thinking about buying a house, mortgage rates are certainly on the friendly side. Comment?
31 min ago | via Empire State News
ROCHESTER A Seneca Falls woman, who was convicted of devising a wire fraud scheme, was sentenced to 46 months in prison U.S. District Judge Frank P. Geraci and ordered to pay restitution totaling $277,456.90. Brainard and her husband, Calvin Brainard, a former attorney, owned and operated BMC Capital, a mortgage brokerage business in Seneca Falls, NY. Comment?
36 min ago | via Business Journal
The bankruptcy with the biggest impact on Jacksonville in 2014 wasn't necessarily the largest of the year - but the fallout could determine what happens to the entire idea of developing the Southbank of the St. Johns River. The hotel's former owner had planned to redevelop it nearly a decade ago, proposing to raze the hotel and the abandoned riverfront retail strip in front of it and in its place build a high-end condo and retail development. Comment?
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