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Thursday Nov 5 | via NJ.com
Well, the World Health Organization says that bacon and hot dogs are as bad for you as cigarettes and asbestos because of a cancer risk. I hate to tell this to my 21-year-old kitty. Comment?
Mar 24, 2015 | via The Jersey Journal
Franklin Bank announces that Roland Turmol Jr. has been promoted to senior vice president. As the bank's COO and security and compliance officer, he is responsible for the daily operations of the bank and oversees the bank's adherence to government regulations. Comment?
12 hrs ago | via The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
"Ask the Realtor" is a weekly column from the RealSource Association of Realtors, serving northern New Jersey. Those in need of advice from a professional Realtor may e-mail [email protected], keying "Ask the Realtor" in the subject line. Comment?
Saturday Nov 21 | via News Max
Though many new retirees retain their New Jersey residency to remain near family members and within a home in which they are comfortable, others may seek relocation for a more affordable retirement and cost of living within the state. Money, news, and real estate analysts have identified certain counties, towns, and neighborhoods within the state where closing costs, mortgages and living expenses are more affordable than along its northern money rim. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 17 | via NorthJersey.com
Consider: Bank of America, the country's second-largest financial institution by assets, and the top lender in New Jersey by deposits, has paid more than $50 billion in well-publicized fines and settlements since 2009, more than any other U.S. bank, mostly because of bad mortgage loans. Bank customer satisfaction surveys consistently place the company at or near the bottom of the rankings. Comment?
Thursday Nov 12 | via Patch.com
According to RealtyTrac, a company that keeps track of foreclosure rates, 115,134 foreclosure filings were reported across the nation in October, an increase of 6 percent from September. However, in New Jersey, the increase was more than double the national mark, jumping about 15 percent from last month's totals. Comment?
Monday Nov 16 | via WNYC-AM New York
East Greenwich Avenue in Pleasantville, NJ, across the bay from Atlantic City, is at the center of New Jersey's foreclosure crisis with several homes like this that are abandoned or in foreclosure. At a recent auction for foreclosed properties in Mercer County, Diann Timian of Ewing Township sat in the courtroom and watched her three-bedroom ranch house offered up to the highest bidder. Comment?
3 min ago | via Prague Daily Monitor
Air Bank provided consumer loans totalling CZK 3.7bn between January and September 2015, which is a 6 % increase on year last. The bank has been refinancing mortgages on trial since February and fully since July. Comment?
6 min ago | via American Reporter
I have written often over the past few years about the house of cards that is the American economy, but the events of the past week should frighten everybody. First, there was the collapse of IndyMac, a California bank deeply involved in subprime lending. Comment?
Aug 1, 2015 | via FindLaw
Global Ship Systems, LLC, GSS Operations, LLC, Robert S. Creech, III and the remaining plaintiffs 1 appeal from an order of the Superior Court of Chatham County granting RiverHawk Group, LLC and certain related defendants' 2 motion for summary judgment and dismissing the Global Ship Plaintiffs' complaint for violation of Georgia's voluntary dismissal statute. See OCGA A A 9-11-41 , ; 9-12-40. Comment?
9 min ago | via American Reporter
Will wonders never cease? I never thought the right-wing Republicans of the House of Representatives would join arms with the progressive Democrats that populate this newspaper and put the kibosh on President George W. Bush's greedy, unrealistic and anti-American $700 billion bailout plan for Wall Street. We hear the arguments about the impending ctastrophe, and we even admit that a few catastrophes are more than likely going forward without the plan. Comment?
9 min ago | via American Reporter
With $700 billion dollars - about $2,400 for every man woman and child in America - Congress has just about paid back all those American and foreign banks for every bad loan they've ever made. All those credit card debts that people didn't feel like paying will soon be paid for by taxpayer money, courtesy of Congress. Comment?
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