Palatka Real Estate News
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Monday Feb 23 | via St. Augustine Record
Despite a sharp decline nationally in existing home sales in January, North Florida and the rest of the state is seeing strength in the housing sector. According to a release Monday from the National Association of Realtors, total existing-home sales fell 4.9 percent last month. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 10 | via Financial News & Daily Record
It's no secret the region's largest mass of homebuilding has shifted south into St. Johns County. The fast-growing community of Nocatee defines the very center of that universe. Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via St. Augustine Record
As the housing market has rebounded in Florida and across the nation, few developments have fared better than Nocatee in northeast corner of St. Johns County. A recent study has again ranked Nocatee as the nation's third best-selling master-planned community in the nation, behind only The Villages in Central Florida and The Irvine Ranch in Orange County, Calif. Comment?
Dec 31, 2014 | via Financial News & Daily Record
Realtors around the second quarter saw the bulk of business tip away from short sales and foreclosures and toward traditional home sales. The median home price continued a slow climb to $161,500. Comment?
Dec 30, 2014 | via News 4 Jax
At least four St. Augustine homeowners said a major mix-up in property records could result in them being evicted from the dream homes they've lived in for years. The families living off County Road 214 are seeking legal representation to try to find out whose at fault for having their homes built on the wrong lots and to help them avoid being kicked out of homes they own. Comment?
20 hrs ago | via The Day
It helps that bestselling comic crime novelist Tim Dorsey is freakin' hilarious. And it's also key that Dorsey's series hero, Serge A. Storms, is a cheerful, heart-of-gold serial killer whose canvas of violence is reserved for numerous truly bad people who have in one way or another tainted the once-pristine greatness of his beloved Florida. Comment?
Yesterday | via Cape Coral Daily Breeze
My Realty School opens its door to the community at 303 N.E. 3rd Avenue Suite 8 in Cape Coral. The school is family owned and operated by Travis & Kimberly DeCere. Comment?
Thursday | via Examiner.com
Adrian Wyllie refused to renew his Florida driver's license because of the unconstitutional requirements of the REAL ID Act. Former Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate and radio personality Adrian Wyllie announced today, February 26, 2015, that he will be in court Monday to face criminal charges of driving with no valid license in his four-year legal battle against the federal Real ID Act . Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via Capital Soup
State Representative Katie Edwards has sponsored a vital foreclosure bill to protect the interests of Floridians. HB 975 would require lenders to assume responsibility for association fees and property taxes when a foreclosure is filed with the court. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 24 | via The Orlando Sentinel
Shirley Lofgren, 85, is being forced to sell the sun-filled, waterfront condo she and her husband bought nine years ago for less than a third of the $217,000 they paid for it. "Nobody can believe this is legal - that they can just take your home and they'll give you what they want to give you," said the former Chicago resident, whose husband now lives in a nearby Alzheimer's treatment center. Comment?
Nov 19, 2010 | via American Reporter
ANGEL FIRE, N.M., Nov. 17, 2010 -- Bemoaning Queen Elizabeth's wealth dropping to a mere $695,000,000 CNBC-TV's David Faber wondered aloud if the Monarchy had been depleting assets like "sort of Sir Robin of Locksley." This started me thinking about the U.S. political neophytes who try to explain economic realities in terms of both the direct, and inverse aspects of Robin Hood: The problem is that both polarities are simplistic and fail to address the very real needs and responsibilities of both citizens and government in a democracy. Comment?
Nov 5, 2010 | via American Reporter
Last night's election results have been "discounted" in the truest sense by not just Wall Street but by most foreign stock markets. It is a good refresher course in the fact that markets are usually anticipatory. Comment?
7 min ago | via TheCourier.com
By ANN SANNER Associated Press COLUMBUS - More than 14,600 blighted properties around Ohio, including 365 in Hancock and surrounding counties, have been demolished in the past two years under a program aimed at benefiting areas affected by foreclosures, the state's attorney general said Friday. Comment?
30 min ago | via American Reporter
Those who thought that last week's government bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would stabilize the financial markets got a wakeup call this week. Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, succumbed to the subprime mortgage crisis it helped create with the biggest bankruptcy filing in history. Comment?
31 min ago | via American Reporter
It was Monday evening and the phone rang - again. It was probably the fifth time in two hours. Comment?
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