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Oct 8, 2015 | via The Day
"Those were good numbers," said John Bolduc, executive director of the local Realtors association, which reports on transactions in New London and Windham counties. "Quarter over quarter, that's terrific. Comment?
Aug 4, 2015 | via The Day
New London County home sales rose by nearly 30 percent in June compared with the same month last year as the region far outpaced a sizzling Connecticut real estate market. But despite the hot market capping the end of the key spring selling season, prices in New London County lagged. Comment?
Jul 7, 2015 | via The Day
Home sales in eastern Connecticut soared 13 percent in the second quarter while prices remained stable compared with a year ago, according to real estate statistics released Tuesday. Quarterly statistics released by the Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors, which covers New London and Windham counties, showed nearly 1,000 single-family home sales in the key April-through-June period. Comment?
Jun 3, 2015 | via The Day
Sales of single-family homes in New London County got off to a strong start in April, beating most other area of the state. Prices saw a boost, too. Comment?
Apr 23, 2015 | via The Day
Waterford - Charter Oak Federal Credit Union's 75th year turned out to be one of its best despite flat profits, the financial institution's leader said before the 2015 membership meeting Thursday at the Port 'N' Starboard banquet hall in New London. Chief executive Brian A. Orenstein, in an interview at Charter Oak's new headquarters building off Route 85, said the credit union's assets grew 7 percent last year, reaching a record $847 million. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Day
Start of The Day's series on area foreclosures is shown in this photo of the Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014 front page. New Haven - An Easton man was charged Thursday in federal court with operating a mortgage-fraud scheme that targeted homeowners who were on the verge of losing their homes. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Day
It wasn't so long ago that the right-wing Republican candidate for eastern Connecticut's congressional seat lambasted then Attorney General Eric Holder for "sinister" plans to destroy the country. It seemed like part of a crazy rant then against the country's first black president and first black attorney general. I am beginning to think, though, that sinister may not be such a bad word after all for the former attorney general, who has returned to his comfy corner office in the corporate law firm where, before launching his public service career, he took home a cool $2.5 million in annual pay. Comment?
Thursday Nov 5 | via Insurance News Net
Nov. 05--NORTH HAVEN -- Home owners living in flood zones could face significant increases in their insurance coverage if they are part of a government-backed program, according to real estate industry and disaster remediation officials. The reason for the increases in flood insurance available for Connecticut homeowners is the damage done along the state's coastline by Superstorm Sandy in 2012 and Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, said Michael Barbaro, president of the New Haven Middlesex Association of Realtors. Comment?
Saturday Oct 31 | via VDARE
In the last few years, New Deal era "redlining" has come to be seen as one of America's most horrific historic sins, on par with slavery, due to the profound research of America's foremost public intellectual, Genius T. Coates, who made FHA redlining central to his argument for massive reparations to blacks. NEWARK - The green welcome sign hangs in the front door of the downtown branch of Hudson City Savings Bank, New Jersey's largest savings bank. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 28 | via Norwalk Citizen News
State Sen. Carlo Leone has backed increased regulation of mortgage loan lenders and originators in his former role as chairman of the Connecticut General Assembly's banking committee. State Sen. Carlo Leone has backed increased regulation of mortgage loan lenders and originators in his former role as chairman of the Connecticut General Assembly's banking committee. Comment?
1 min ago | via Lethbridge Herald
Premiers across the country reiterated Wednesday that their governments are prepared to accept thousands of Syrian refugees, but some are raising questions about funding, particularly for housing. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark noted that Metro Vancouver's housing prices are the highest in the country and funding details still need to be worked out with the federal government. Comment?
18 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
Insisting they are getting back on track, Vancouver Canucks players, coach believe they are trending the right way even though they haven't been picking up points. Phil Soper, chief executive of Royal LePage Real Estate Services, said some agents at his company have left Fort McMurray because market conditions are so poor in the town known for its proximity to Alberta's oilsands. Comment?
19 min ago | via WLNS-TV Lansing
Moving into a new home is an exciting time for everyone involved. For a local family, that excitement is just one important factor of the history behind their home. Comment?
26 min ago | via Kelowna Capital News
Following reports that a bridge had been damaged by vandals, Nicola Consiglio put out a brief comment on Facebook, explaining what was really happening. "There was a terrible Windstorm. Comment?
27 min ago | via Valley Morning Star
For the first time, there's expected to be more people visiting retailers' web sites through their smartphones than on desktop computers or tablets during the first weekend of the holiday shopping season that begins on Thanksgiving Day. Comment?
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