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Thursday Jul 21 | via Long Island Business News
While home sales in the Hamptons slowed in the second quarter, sales for the rest of Long Island soared, according to a new report. The study from Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Manhattan-based appraisal firm Miller Samuel shows that Nassau and Suffolk counties had the highest number of second quarter home sales in more than a decade, rising 20.8 percent from a year ago. Comment?
Thursday Jul 21 | via LongIsland.com
Signature Premier Properties held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its eighth branch in a brand new building in East Northport. Front row, center, left with scissors: Debi Power, Signature East Northport branch manager; front, center, right and holding the ribbon: Huntington Town Councilwoman Susan Berland and Suffolk County Leg. Comment?
Jun 15, 2016 | via Newsday
Zombie homes are a scourge on Long Island and across the state. Legislation that would attack the problem is creeping closer to passage in the final throes of the legislative session in Albany, despite opposition from banks that would be required to maintain abandoned properties that are in foreclosure. Comment?
Jun 14, 2016 | via Newsday
Multiple Listing Service of Long Island says brisk sales and a small pool of available homes helped boost Long Island housing prices. Photo Credit: Barry Sloan Multiple Listing Service of Long Island says brisk sales and a small pool of available homes helped boost Long Island housing prices. Comment?
Jun 8, 2016 | via Long Island Business News
Promoted earlier this year, Toni Ajello works in the Medford branch of Suffolk Federal Credit Union as director of mortgage lending. Ajello is responsible for overseeing all mortgage originations, processing and underwriting. Comment?
18 hrs ago | via The Real Deal
Gary Barnett's Extell Development is close to securing a $600 million senior construction loan for One Manhattan Square, following a struggle that led to delays in closing mezzanine financing for the 80-story condominium project. A consortium of lenders led by Deutsche Bank and AIG is providing the loan for the Lower East Side project. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via Business Wire
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Yesterday | via Reuters
Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: Global Criteria for Lenders' Mortgage Insurance in RMBS here LONDON/NEW YORK/SYDNEY, July 28 Fitch Ratings' updated global criteria for lenders' mortgage insurance in residential mortgage-backed security transactions contains minor changes to the rating framework but will not affect the ratings of existing transactions. The revised criteria continues to give credit to LMI within RMBS transactions on the basis of the LMI provider's ability to pay claims. Comment?
Thursday | via Curbed
Oh, Magic 8-Ball, will we ever again report positive news for Los Angeles homebuyers or are we doomed to consistently break the hearts of young, potential homeowners looking to stake their claim in the City of Angels? In an analysis of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the country, Bloomberg News found that LA is among the top five least affordable places to buy a home for people between the ages of ages 25 and 44. Yeesh. By calculating the average wage in each city, and comparing it to the average yearly mortgage in that same town, Bloomberg found that six U.S. cities had a significant gap in what people made versus the minimum salary needed to pay for a single family home. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 26 | via Silicon Alley Insider
Over the past couple of decades, the growth of the world's super-rich has brought about levels of global inequality not seen since the Gilded Age. Understanding where these super-rich individuals and families actually live can help us learn about their sources of wealth and how their mobility affects cities in a global economy. Comment?
15 min ago | via The Motley Fool
America has a retirement problem, and it's very possible this problem can be traced to a lack of financial knowledge. According to a recent GOBankingRates survey on retirement savings, 56% of Americans have $10,000 or less socked way for their golden years, including one in three with nothing at all. Comment?
47 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
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55 min ago | via The Summerville Journal-Scene
TD Bank recently added three new hires to their team on the coast. Aaron Brewer joins TD Bank as Charleston city executive, Scott Warren as senior commercial relationship manager and Suzanne Lynch as commercial real estate manager. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Castanet.net
The real-estate industry has been piping hot for the past six months in the Kelowna, aptly named one of Canada's fastest growing cities. It's absolutely a seller's market as people relocate to the "Little L.A. of Canada" in droves. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
DoubleLine's $61.1B Total Return Fund is higher by 3.5% through July 28, trailing the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index's 5.7% advance, as well as the average intermediate bond fund's 5.6% gain. Gundlach and team have lagged thanks to relatively low exposure to investment-grade corporate debt. Comment?
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