North Bergen Real Estate News
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Tuesday Jun 14 | via The Jersey Journal
WEEHAWKEN - The latest addition to Weehawken's booming waterfront, a condominium complex known as 1200 Avenue at Port Imperial, is now being called home by some buyers, with 40 of its 103 units sold, township officials and developers announced Tuesday. The Weehwaken waterfront , with its Manhattan views and access, is so hot that as fast as one building can be completed, another is already underway. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 7 | via NorthJersey.com
FBI agents on Tuesday arrested the owner of a group of Hudson County-based food companies for allegedly bilking $3.4 million from investors by claiming he had contracts to sell olive oil to retailers. Antonio R. Fasolino, 59, of Jersey City was charged in a federal complaint with wire fraud and accused of diverting investor funds for his own benefit for such things as car and mortgage payments, apartment rentals, a wedding, college tuition, credit card payments and securities trades. Comment?
May 26, 2016 | via Business Wire
The OG consists of Palisades, Palisades General Care, Inc. , which operates the Harborage, a skilled nursing facility, and Palisades Medical Associates. SOLID OPERATING PROFILE: The upgrade to 'BBB+' reflects Palisades' very consistent performance, which has resulted in good metrics that are in line with the higher rating level, especially relative to debt. Comment?
May 21, 2016 | via The Hudson Reporter
Jon Sisti, president of Hudson Place Realty, has announced the opening of a second location at 150 14th Street in Hoboken in early June. "The new office space has a fresh feel unlike any other in the Hoboken real estate market," he said in a release. Comment?
May 4, 2016 | via The Jersey Journal
Cory will be servicing long-time client Crate & Barrel on the West Coast and is actively expanding in many regions within the U.S. "This begins a new and exciting time for Cory" said CEO Patrick Cory. "It marks the first time we will service the West Coast." Comment?
Wednesday Jun 22 | via Courier News
Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Many Central Jersey homeowners 'underwater' on mortgage Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Comment?
Monday Jun 20 | via NorthJersey.com
"Instead of welcoming this prospect, New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has imposed a roadblock that is inappropriate and unnecessary. Despite Polo North only being a landlord, the Division is requiring it to comply with the more extensive licensing standards imposed on casino operators as opposed to the less stringent standards imposed on vendors. Comment?
Saturday Jun 4 | via The Item
Now, they'd like to downsize into a place with no stairs. But they feel they can't move, because real estate agents have told them their home would probably sell for about $330,000. Comment?
May 25, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
The number of U.S. houses left vacant because of foreclosure was down at the start of the second quarter compared with the same period last year. But New Jersey's share of these so-called zombies continues to be tops in the nation, real estate information provider RealtyTrac said Thursday. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via The Newark Star-Ledger
While the housing market rebounds to pre-recession numbers in many states, New Jersey is still struggling to push properties through the foreclosure process, leaving the state with one of the leading foreclosure rates nationwide and the highest number of vacant homes in distress. As of April, just under one-half of a percent of homes across the United States are in the the foreclosure process, a dip from last year's overall activity at 0.82 percent, which was a nine year low. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Real Deal
From the June issue: Like Manhattan's jagged skyline, the history of its real estate industry is shaped by steep rises and swift falls. There is William Zeckendorf, who rose from small-time broker to seminal developer of the 1950s and 1960s only to die bankrupt. Comment?
30 min ago | via WBIR-TV Knoxville
If you asked a Social Security recipient for a penny for their thoughts on next year's projected 0.2% cost of living adjustment, they could give it to you, but they'd only have $1.99 left. That's because the small increase would equal only an extra $2 a month for someone getting a $1,000 check, based on estimates released last week. Comment?
30 min ago | via Long Island Business News
Fast growing Signature Premier Properties has expanded again with its acquisition of the Donnelly Group, a four-office residential real estate brokerage firm. Founded in 2010 by Ryan Donnelly, the Donnelly Group was responsible for more than $250 million in property sales transactions in 2015. Comment?
33 min ago | via Fredericksburg.com
Officials say foreclosures are declining in Wayne County in part due to door-to-door outreach and other programs designed to help residents. The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News report the Wayne County treasurer's office is forecasting an almost 36 percent drop from about 28,000 last year to 18,000 this year in the number of properties headed to auction for failing to pay three years of taxes. Comment?
37 min ago | via NewsOK.com
Mortgage rates are plummeting following Britain's vote to leave the European Union last week. Lenders began slashing their terms Friday and that trend continues today. Comment?
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