New London Real Estate News
Real Estate news for New London, WI continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Aug 11 | via NBC26
Winnebago County is seeing a 29 percent jump in real estate and realtor Esslinger says he has a few ideas on why the market is booming. "The interest rates continue to be low and people have found that a mortgage for a home is just as much as their rent," said Esslinger. Comment?
Jan 19, 2015 | via Door Reminder
Wisconsin home sales end year with positive results Sales for year down 1.5 percent and median prices up 3.1 percent compared to healthy 2013. Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://gbpg.net/1J4PlYs December sales were 2.1 percent higher and the median sales price was $145,000, a 4.3 percent increase. Comment?
Yesterday | via The Janesville Gazette
"The hot Wisconsin housing market showed continued strength in July with both existing home sales and median prices higher than the levels in July last year, according to the most recent analysis of residential housing conducted by WRA. Existing home sales increased 16.9 percent in July 2015 relative to July 2014, and median prices rose 3.8 percent to $163,999 during [July]." Comment?
Friday Aug 28 | via FindLaw
UNITED CENTRAL BANK, a Texas banking association, as successor of Mutual Bank, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. KMWC 845, LLC, a Wisconsin limited liability company, et al., Defendants-Appellees. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 19 | via Antigo Daily Journal
By The Associated Press Economic experts credit the state's unemployment rate and pent up demand for Wisconsin's strong showing in residential real estate, which is on pace for its best year in a decade, according to state and national reports. Sales of existing homes rose nearly 17 percent in July from a year ago, with more than 8,650 homes sold last month, and are up 14 percent in the first seven months of this year compared to the same period last year, the Wisconsin Realtors Association said on Monday. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Today's TMJ4
Economic experts credit the state's unemployment rate and pent up demand for Wisconsin's strong showing in residential real estate, which is on pace for its best year in a decade, according to state and national reports. Sales of existing homes rose nearly 17 percent in July from a year ago, with more than 8,650 homes sold last month, and are up 14 percent in the first seven months of this year compared to the same period last year, the Wisconsin Realtors Association said on Monday. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues. Comment?
39 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Canadian Western Bank will release its earnings data after the market closes on Wednesday, September 2nd. Analysts expect Canadian Western Bank to post earnings of $0.67 per share for the quarter. Comment?
49 min ago | via Grower Talks
PittMoss may have gained stardom overnight, but it isn't an overnight success. The PittMoss story started 21 years ago, when Mont Handley, a livegoods department manager at several Frank's Nursery & Crafts in Chicagoland, became aware of peat moss and the impact of harvesting it. Comment?
58 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Get Mortgage Rate Quotes Metrostudy's survey of the San Francisco Bay Area real estate market In the second quarter of 2015, both quarterly new-home starts and the number of closings increased by 11 percent over the same quarter of 2014. 25 percent of new-home starts were in the $1 million or higher range, causing 61 percent more people to rent now than in 2010. Comment?
1 hr ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
Bristol County residents, on average, carry credit card debt equal to 11 percent of their income and 10.8 percent of their wealth, ranking the fourth-highest in Massachusetts. Statewide, average credit card debt is 10.3 percent of per capita income and 7.9 percent of per capita wealth, according to a recent study by financial advice website SmartAsset. Comment?
1 hr ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
The current for-profit model of higher education in America is destined to crash. Its failure will injure primarily the students, today's borrowers of $1.19 trillion. Comment?
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