Old-Ocean Real Estate News
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Feb 8, 2016 | via Information Technology
The 'AAA' rating is based on the guarantee provided by the Texas Permanent School Fund , whose bond guaranty program is rated 'AAA' by Fitch. Fitch has also assigned an 'AA' underlying rating to the series 2016 bonds. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via NewsFactor
The official description of this past week's Realcomm conference [held June 21-24] is heavy on industry jargon. It purports to be about "the intersection of technology, innovation and real estate operations." Comment?
Saturday | via The Victoria Advocate
We have repeatedly been told home ownership leads to a better life. While low interest rates have improved one aspect of affordability, it is wise to run the numbers before making that commitment as there are many variables. Comment?
Friday Jun 24 | via Switched
The world stands on the brink of economic catastrophe but it's ok because a few more tourists from Phoenix are going to buy Titleist polos at the Turnery pro shop. With Britain now a free agent, the world eagerly waits to see if the Organization of American States will make a ten-year offer, with a trade deal to be named later. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 22 | via Waco Tribune-Herald
Local construction figures sagged in May, but general spending, home sales and the unemployment rate performed well, giving the local economy just enough juice to beat the numbers from April and from May of last year, according to the Greater Waco Economic Index released Wednesday. Amarillo-based economist Karr Ingham prepares the monthly snapshot of trends for the First National Bank of Central Texas and the Waco Tribune-Herald. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 21 | via Durant Daily Democrat
John Massey, middle, chairman of First United Bank is shown with and Lacy and Dorothy Harber, owners of American Bank of Texas. Two area businessmen, John Massey and Lacy Harber, have decided to merge their organizations to preserve and continue the legacies and commitments of their community banks, the companies said, in a news release. Comment?
3 min ago | via Center for American Progress
More than 778,000 homeowners with loans backed by the Federal Housing Administration, or FHA, and the two government-backed mortgage corporations-Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-are at serious risk of foreclosure. A full housing recovery in the fragile neighborhoods where many of these loans are located largely hinges on how well agencies and investors are able to help these homeowners stay in their homes. Comment?
19 min ago | via Credit.com
Q. My husband was on strike. This is a risk every three years when contract time comes. Comment?
33 min ago | via NBR Newsroom
A new government data set shows about 5.2% of New Zealand households owe more than they own at a time when low interest rates have made borrowing more attractive. As at June 30, 2015, 4.6% of the country's 1.67 million households had a net worth of between zero and -$100,000 and 0.6% were in even deeper negative equity, Statistics NZ's household net worth figures show. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Daily Herald
Q: We are a retired couple. We have two debts that we have not paid off. One is a Sallie Mae student loan at 3.875 percent. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Mortgage News
Last week, the United Kingdom voted to leave its place in the European Union. Because of Thursday's Brexit vote, we anticipated mortgage rates could drop to historic lows . Comment?
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