Newport Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Newport, OR continually updated from thousands of sources.
May 6, 2015 | via JD Supra
In November 2006, debtors took out a loan, in the amount of $296,940, to purchase a second residence in Newport, Oregon , which is one of eighteen townhouse units within a planned community that is subject to a series of covenants and restrictions enforced by Meritage Homeowners' Association . Excerpt of Record 19-48, 70. Pursuant to this transaction, debtors executed a promissory note in favor of Mortgage Trust, Inc. . Comment?
17 hrs ago | via Beaverton Valley Times
Is it your imagination that it's hot out there? Nope, this is especially true of the real estate market in north Clackamas County. 'In 23 years I've never seen a market this competitive,' said Debra Mathews, a real estate agent with Hasson Company Realtors. Comment?
Thursday Jun 11 | via The Oregonian
Ryan Tofell, of Performance Plus Contracting in Washougal, Wash., works on decking for a new home in Happy Valley in this file photo. A rising stock market and climbing home prices boosted Americans' net worth to a new high in the first three months of the year. Comment?
Thursday Jun 11 | via OregonLive.com
A state foreclosure-mediation program has helped hundreds Oregonians stay in their homes, though even more fail to reach an agreement with their lenders and thousands don't participate at all. The mediation program, launched in its current form in 2013, gives homeowners an opportunity meet with their loan servicer to discuss ways avoid a foreclosure. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 9 | via News Max
Retirement in Oregon might not be the first thing that comes to mind when planning how to spend your golden years. After all, it doesn't have the warm, sunny climate or beach side communities associated with notable retirement destinations like Florida or California. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 9 | via Estacada News
Housing affordability is a big concern in Oregon, with 80 percent of state residents believing housing prices are increasing in their communities - and 63 percent believing their community has an affordable housing problem. Concern is especially high in the Portland metropolitan region, where 73 percent believe their community has an affordable housing problem - and 66 percent believe low-income working families cannot even find affordable housing where they live. Comment?
2 min ago | via Mail on Sunday
Buy-to-let boom could threaten economy: Part-time landlords taking on debt could be more vulnerable when interest rates rise Britain's buy-to-let boom could pose a threat to the country's financial stability and house prices, the Bank of England has warned. A surge in part-time landlords means more people are taking on debt to purchase a second or third property. Comment?
10 min ago | via Housing Wire
A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed that Point72 Asset Management and its founder, billionaire Steven Cohen, own more than 5% of Nationstar Mortgage Holdings . According to the SEC filing, Cohen, between Point72 and its associated companies, Point72 Asset Management , Point72 Capital Advisors , Cubist Systematic Strategies , EverPoint Asset Management , and Rubric Capital Management , owns 5,636,083 shares of Nationstar. Comment?
12 min ago | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
The growth of the popular home-sharing site Airbnb has led to increasing numbers of short term vacation rentals in San Diego, prompting calls for more regulation. - Bloomberg The growth of the popular home-sharing site Airbnb has led to increasing numbers of short term vacation rentals in San Diego, prompting calls for more regulation. Comment?
13 min ago | via Warsaw Voice
Polish banks must shoulder the problem of Swiss franc mortgage loans alone, without contribution from the state budget, but in a way that doesn't shake the sector or cause losses, the main opposition party Law and Justice PM candidate Beata Szydlo told public broadcaster TVP1. "What is clear is that we can't use money from the state budget," Szydlo said of potential solutions to the CHF mortgage problem. Comment?
13 min ago | via News Times
A Greenwich-based hedge fund was sanctioned Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission amid charges it fraudulently inflated the prices of securities in portfolios they managed. AlphaBridge Capital Management and its two owners, Thomas Kutzen and Michael Carino , agreed to pay a combined $5 million to settle the charges. Comment?
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC