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Dec 11, 2014 | via Business Journal
Albany, Ga.-based Heritage Financial Group's savings bank, HeritageBank of the South, will merge with and into Renasant Bank immediately after the merger of Heritage Financial Group with and into Tupelo, Miss.-based Renasant Corp. . In October, Atlanta Business Chronicle reported Renasant "would certainly consider opportunities" to grow in the Atlanta area, Renasant CEO E. Robinson McGraw told analysts in an Oct. 22 conference call while announcing third quarter results. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 1 | via Newms360.com
Renasant Corp. has officially completed the largest merger in its 111-year history, acquiring Heritage Financial Group Inc .. of Albany, Georgia, the parent of HeritageBank of the South . Comment?
Friday Jun 26 | via SavannahNow
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs is trying to help Georgia homeowners - with a spotlight on Chatham County - recover from a period of unemployment and underemployment after the 2011 recession. Carmen Chubb, deputy commissioner of housing at the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, said the program is free and uses funds from the federal government as a part of the Hardest Hit Fund. Comment?
May 25, 2015 | via Baxley News-Banner
By virtue of the power of sale contained in that certain Deed to Secure Debt from ASHLEY BRYAN WAINWRIGHT to MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE NETWORK, INC. Comment?
Jun 2, 2015 | via On Wall Street
CertusBank in Greenville, S.C., is setting the stage to liquidate itself after agreeing to sell or close all of its remaining branches. The $1.4 billion-asset bank said in a press release Monday that it will sell most of its Georgia and Florida branches to Community & Southern Bank in Atlanta. Comment?
May 28, 2015 | via WTVC
Investigators recovered multiple guns as well as a plastic training gun from the empty model home where police said a Georgia sheriff shot and critically wounded a woman, according to law enforcement documents. Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill faces a charge of reckless conduct in the shooting of real estate agent Gwenevere McCord. Comment?
3 min ago | via The Peninsula
London: The pound, the developed world's best-performing currency over the past three months, may get another boost from signs of economic strength. Even with the prospect of Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announcing an acceleration of austerity in his special budget on July 8, data due next week from housing to industrial production will point to an economy that is gaining momentum, analysts said. Comment?
5 min ago | via Reno Gazette-Journal
Your view: Homeownership month celebrated by USDA USDA Rural Development Nevada invests about $600 million in home loans. Check out this story on rgj.com: http://on.rgj.com/1ID97y4 As National Homeownership Month ends, we think of the many families who have worked tirelessly to buy a home, pay their mortgage and provide a stable home for their children to grow up in. Comment?
19 min ago | via Albany Times Union
In the past year, have you bought a house, sold a house, gotten married, gotten divorced, had a child, become pregnant, lost your job, or gotten a new one? All of these major life events have one thing in common, according to Paige Hanson, educational programs manager at Lifelock , the identity-theft-protection company: You're sharing more personal information than you normally would. Take buying or selling a house, for instance. Comment?
48 min ago | via Reuters
Dismayed by the millions of unsold homes in China's troubled real estate market, the Chinese government is taking matters into its own hands: by buying some properties and turning them into public housing. Like a white knight riding to the rescue of distressed developers, a handful of local governments are snapping up thousands of empty homes at hefty discounts and re-selling them to the country's poorest households. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Times
NEW YORK: In September 2008, JPMorgan Chase & Co executives sifted through the rubble of Washington Mutual, the failed home loan bank that they had just won in a US government auction. They found something unexpectedly good: about $30 billion of mortgages on apartment buildings, which earned strong returns whether the economy was performing well or not. Comment?
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