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Feb 17, 2017 | via The Advertiser News (North)
Hal Maxwell, president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New Jersey and Rockland County, N.Y., announced that Lafayette residents Alice and John Geaney have affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Sparta as a sales associate and broker sales associate, respectively. The Geaneys will provide residential real estate services in Sparta as well as the surrounding communities in Sussex, Morris and Passaic counties. Comment?
Jan 17, 2017 | via The Sparta Independent
The office led the entire company for listings sold. It was also the top office in its Weichert sales region, which is comprised of locations throughout Somerset, Morris, Mercer and Sussex counties, for resale listings and resale revenue units. Comment?
Jan 11, 2017 | via New Jersey Herald
The sale of the retail complex that had once attracted thousands in Sussex County and beyond was verified by numerous sources including Matt Weilhemer, the senior vice president of Kislak Realty, a commercial real estate brokerage that got involved with the property after the village failed to find a buyer during a foreclosure sale in late August 2014. At the time, Flushing Savings Bank, which had taken back the property from the owners, known as Olde Lafayette Village Ltd., ws seeking $7.43 million to cover the mortgage debt. Comment?
Nov 2, 2016 | via New Jersey Herald
A citizen activist's legal battle to get a tax assessor's home reassessed for a higher dollar amount could be the prelude to a lengthy appeal process following a judge's decision last week to deny him the bank appraisal report from when the assessor went to refinance a mortgage on her home last year. The activist, Jesse Wolosky of Sparta, has been seeking the report as part of his effort to prove that tax assessor Penny Holenstein's home in Fredon should be assessed at a higher value and that she and her husband, Michael Holenstein, should be paying more in property taxes. Comment?
Nov 2, 2016 | via New Jersey Herald
On Oct. 19, the Sussex County Board of Realtors held their annual meeting of the association, where they invited Josh Gottheimer, Democratic candidate for the 5th District along with Republican incumbent Scott Garrett. Congressman Scott Garrett's office called the Sussex County Board of Realtors and spoke with Molly Whilesmith, executive officer, to confirm a time in which he was to speak at the meeting. Comment?
Monday | via NJ.com
TRENTON -- Democratic candidate for governor Jim Johnson has put forward a comprehensive plan to lower property taxes in New Jersey that hinges on something Gov. Chris Christie has fought tooth and nail: Affordable housing. Johnson, a former undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury under President Bill Clinton, said New Jersey is trapped in a vicious cycle where lack of housing limits good job opportunities and revenue for local communities, resulting in fewer services and ever-higher property taxes. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 22 | via The Jersey Journal
The Democratic front-runner for governor has unveiled a new plan he says would take New Jersey from first in the nation in foreclosures to near first in the nation for affordable housing, courtesy of Wall Street's banks. New Jersey leads the nation in defaulted mortgages, with some 1.9 percent of housing units in New Jersey in some stage of foreclosure -- nearly triple the national rate of 0.7 percent, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. Comment?
Monday Mar 20 | via The Item
New Jersey tenants whose landlords fall into foreclosure have a right to stay in their homes - and lenders must tell them that, under a new rule adopted by the New Jersey Supreme Court. "Tenants are the invisible victims of the foreclosure crisis,'' New Jersey Public Advocate Ronald K. Chen said Tuesday. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 1 | via The Advertiser News (South)
Mary Palumbo of BHHS Gross & Jansen Realtors has been named the Sparta Office's Agent of the Month for February, having sold more than half a million dollars in real estate for February. Mary Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 28 | via The Township Journal
Palumbo's career as a top Real Estate Agent in New Jersey started in 2008. Her passion to help others along with her years of experience as a Real Estate Paralegal guided Mary to pursue her Real Estate License. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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10 min ago | via Star Tribune
In the latest blow to Wells Fargo's efforts to rebuild its reputation after months of turmoil, the bank on Tuesday received a failing score on community lending from its federal regulator. Wells Fargo was given a "needs to improve" rating on its latest evaluation under the Community Reinvestment Act, a 1977 law intended to promote lending in low-income neighborhoods. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Washington Post
Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events IN THE wake of the failure by Republicans on Capitol Hill and in the White House to get an Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill off the ground, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sounded an optimistic note about President Trump's next big project, tax reform. Overhauling the nation's convoluted, inefficient internal revenue code, he said Friday, would be " a lot simpler " than overhauling its sprawling health-care system. Comment?
30 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Auckland house prices have almost doubled since the end of the last market peak in 2007, but ANZ warns the city is now highly exposed to rises in interest rates. ANZ's chief economist says "the game's over" for Auckland's housing boom, and warned New Zealand's largest city is now heavily exposed to the risk of rising interest rates. Comment?
37 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Bankinter is in the financial services industry. They are a banking entity subject to the supervision of the Bank of Spain and the Spanish National Securities Market Commission. Comment?
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