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Tuesday Nov 15 | via Oakville Call
Clayton and Mehlville parademics assist reporter Tim O'Neil, sitting, after losing part of a finger Nov. 9 at the St. Louis County Courthouse. Photo by Gloria Lloyd. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 9 | via Oakville Call
Post-Dispatch reporter Tim O'Neil, sitting, is treated by Clayton paramedics after losing part of a finger Wednesday morning at the St. Louis County Courthouse. Photo by Gloria Lloyd A judge ruled Wednesday that the embattled Sunset Hills Econo Lodge will be placed in receivership and no longer operated by its current owner. Comment?
Nov 1, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
CBL & Associates Properties expects the foreclosure of Chesterfield Mall to be finalized before the end of the year or early in 2017. The foreclosure will not affect operations at the 1.3-million-square-foot mall, which will remain open, the company that's managing the property said Monday. Comment?
Sep 19, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
There's an unexpected benefit to buying a house in St. Louis County: Eight out of 10 buyers get a property tax break. Their homes are appraised for taxes at less than they paid for them. Comment?
Jul 19, 2016 | via River Front Times
St. Louis Equal Housing and Reinvestment Alliance's co-chair Jackie Hutchinson speaks about redlining at a gathering in north St. Louis county's Baden neighborhood. Comment?
Monday Nov 28 | via KFVS12
USDA Rural Development has partnered with local lenders to extend 100% financing opportunities to rural individuals and families in Missouri. USDA Rural Development Missouri State Director Janie Dunning acknowledged the importance of lender partnerships to the success of the Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan Program. Comment?
Monday Nov 28 | via Truthdig
The political economist Michael Hudson explains how economic terms like "capital gains" are deployed to deceive the public about who is benefiting from economic policy and where wealth is going. Today I'm being joined in our Baltimore studio by economist Michael Hudson. Comment?
Saturday Nov 26 | via Log Cabin Democrat
Arkansas consumers made large household purchases in the past six months and anticipate making additional purchases now because they don't anticipate having any problem in acquiring credit in the near future. Those are among the more noticeable findings from the third installment of the Fall 2016 Arvest Consumer Sentiment Survey released Nov. 23. Conducted in August, this installment is the final piece of the survey and focuses on consumers' attitudes concerning spending, saving and debt. Comment?
Sunday Nov 20 | via Kansas City Nursing News
The joint venture Herzog/Reyes was among winners in the Keynote Project of the Year category at the Associated General Contractors of Missouri gala, held Nov. 10 in St. Louis. Herzog/Reyes was honored for its work on the Pier E Container Yard/Intermodal Railyard, Phase One in Long Beach, California. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 8 | via Sedalia Democrat
Missouri voters have approved a ballot measure that called for barring sales taxes on services that weren't taxed as of last year. The proposal was a pre-emptive measure aimed at blocking the potential for future taxes on such things as real estate agent services. Comment?
8 hrs ago | via jdsupra.com
In a decision issued Dec. 2, Florida's Fifth Court of Appeal became the first Florida state appellate court to find that the Housing and Urban Development regulation, requiring a face-to-face interview with borrowers, is a condition precedent to foreclosure for Florida mortgages containing a provision incorporating HUD regulations into the mortgage. Specifically, in Palma v. Comment?
10 min ago | via Rome News
Trump is slated to hold the second stop of this "thank you" tour Tuesday in North Carolina, less than a week after his bombastic return to rallies at an Ohio appearance that felt more like a raucous campaign stop than a traditional speech by a president-to-be. Comment?
10 min ago | via Crosscut.com
Listen up, Seattle: That rushing noise you hear to the north? It's the sound of capital gushing out of Vancouver's collapsing housing market. Home sales have plummeted. Comment?
21 min ago | via Customer Interaction Solutions
On Monday, the NASDAQ Composite ended the trading session at 5,308.89, up 1.01%; the Dow Jones Industrial Average edged 0.24% higher, to finish at 19,216.24; and the S&P 500 closed at 2,204.71, up 0.58%. Gains were broad-based as all the sectors finished the day in positive. Comment?
25 min ago | via Bellingham Herald
Last month local real estate agents sold 308 Whatcom County houses and condominiums, nearly 100 more than in November 2015, according to the latest data from the Northwest Multiple Listing Service . The median price for those homes sold was $301,750, up 7.6 percent compared to a year earlier. Comment?
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