Pamplin Real Estate News
Sep 25, 2014 | via Farmville Herald
Former Piedmont Regional Jail Supervisor William A. Coles, Jr., 49, of Pamplin, has been sentenced to 50 months in prison, two years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $1,035,014 in restitution for his role in a conspiracy to defraud the United States through the preparation and filing of false federal income tax returns and bank fraud, according to a press release issued Wednesday afternoon, September 10, by Dana J. Boente, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Coles was indicted on seven counts by a federal grand jury on March 4, according to the press release. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via Hampton Roads Daily Press
They have wide open spaces, access to major population and job centers - and in Hampton Roads, appear to be growing the fastest. Suburbs continue to be most popular with first- and second-time home buyers in the region, according to area real estate agents. Comment?
Friday Apr 17 | via Hampton Roads Daily Press
The owner of Gallery at Military Circle mall in Norfolk is behind on the loan it used to buy the property in 2004, and a company hired to protect investors decided to foreclose, The Virginian-Pilot reports. The 45-year-old mall has already lost major anchors JCPenney and Sears and the owner owes more on the property than it is worth. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 7 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
RISMEDIA, April 7, 2015-CENTURY 21 New Millennium real estate professionals will be featuring homes for sale across the metro region during the weekend of April 18 and 19, 2015. This coordinated event will showcase pre-selected homes throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Comment?
Mar 24, 2015 | via Reuters
A home for sale sign hangs in front of a house in Oakton, on the day the National Association of Realtors issues its Pending Home Sales for February report, in Virginia March 27, 2014. New U.S. single-family home sales surged in February to their highest level in seven years despite harsh winter weather, in a hopeful sign for the housing market. Comment?
Feb 1, 2015 | via The Virginian-Pilot
An analysis by The Associated Press shows that about one in five Virginia legislators has at least $50,000 in personal debt besides a mortgage. But for most of the debts the public currently has no way of knowing whether their elected officials are carrying a car loan or a mountain of credit card bills similar to what prosecutors suggested helped drive former Gov. Bob McDonnell into taking bribes from a smooth-talking vitamin salesman. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via CNN
United Credit Consultants is a Credit Service and Debt Settlement organization. As a top 1%, nationally recognized credit service organization , and has grown to be one of the most widely recognized and successful credit restoration companies in the nation. Comment?
22 min ago | via KFVS12
Forty-three-year-old Laura Huber of Mattoon was arraigned Friday on four counts of financial identity theft. She pleaded not guilty. Comment?
26 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
People buying homes to live in - rather than as investments to be rented out - form the bedrock of a healthy housing market. It was once called the American Dream. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Newms360.com
Q. I was recently notified that I am one of the beneficiaries of a class action lawsuit against a previous employer. The amount I can receive is just $200, but I don't feel like this past employer wronged me in any way. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Columbus Dispatch
Megan Lyons gave up a corporate job to follow her passion. The 30-year-old, who launched her fitness and nutrition-coaching business 16 months ago, now has a waiting list of clients and is on track to earn six figures this year. Comment?
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