Parkin Real Estate News
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Friday Jul 24 | via KATV Little Rock
With the first two quarters of 2015 already in the books, local and national economists predict a stronger economy in parts of Arkansas and the nation as a whole for the remainder of the year. John Silvia, chief economist with Wells Fargo, described the national economic scene as mixed with strong consumer spending somewhat damped by slower growth overseas that is constraining exports, as well as continuing cutbacks in energy exploration. Comment?
Monday Jul 27 | via The City Wire
With the first two quarters of 2015 already in the history books, local and national economists predict a stronger economy in Northwest Arkansas, Fort Smith and the nation as a whole for the remainder of the year. John Silvia, chief economist with Wells Fargo, described the national economic scene as mixed with strong consumer spending somewhat damped by slower growth overseas that is constraining exports, as well as continuing cutbacks in energy exploration. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 22 | via JD Supra
In this decision, the Delaware Court of Chancery largely declined to dismiss claims for breach of a limited liability company agreement, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, unjust enrichment, breach of fiduciary duty, aiding and abetting, civil conspiracy, and fraudulent transfer in connection with the allegedly forced insolvency of a limited liability company. In so ruling, the Court rejected, among other things, defendants' arguments that all of plaintiff's claims were derivative, rather than direct, in nature. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 15 | via The Courier
The number of residential homes sold, as well as the values and average prices of those homes in Pope County, saw higher increases from May 2014 to May 2015 than statewide percentage changes, according to the Arkansas Realtors Association's monthly statistics. In Pope County, 76 homes were sold in May 2014 and 88 homes were sold in May 2015, a 15.79-percent increase and more than the 10.77-percent increase in the amount of homes sold statewide. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 8 | via National Mortgage News
Unless you are a Citigroup or JPMorgan Chase, your bank is pretty safe from the turmoil in Greece and China, right? The threat of a Greek default and the Chinese stock market plunge will exert downward pressure on interest rates, and global insecurity could encourage the Federal Reserve to delay a rate hike, experts say. That could translate into even tighter margins and delay relief for the many banks starved for revenue growth. Comment?
10 min ago | via Korea Herald
Mortgage loans extended by major South Korean banks continued to increase in July on the back of a recovery in the local housing market and a low rate trend, industry data showed Monday. The outstanding mortgage lending by seven commercial banks, including Kookmin Bank and Shinhan Bank, reached a combined 321.57 trillion won at the end of July, up 527 billion won from the 321.44 trillion won a month earlier, according to the data. Comment?
22 min ago | via Daily Mail
Bank of England officials will this week clash over when to raise interest rates - with some set to argue for an immediate increase. Governor Mark Carney last month hinted that rates could rise at 'around the turn of this year' as the recovery strengthens. Comment?
33 min ago | via Bloomberg
Sydney house prices soared in July by the most since December 2002, underscoring why regulators are cracking down on property investors. House prices jumped 18.4 percent from 12 months earlier in Australia's biggest city and 11.5 percent in Melbourne, CoreLogic Inc. said Monday. Comment?
48 min ago | via Dallas Morning News
U.S. home rental prices climbed much faster than incomes in June. But there are signs of slowing momentum around major job hubs such as New York, Los Angeles and Washington. Comment?
52 min ago | via OregonLive.com
Thanks to record-low interest rates, now has never been a better time to build a new home. Bankrate.com said fixed rate mortgages have slowly fallen over the last year, from 4.5 percent to 3.68 percent - where they are expected to hold steady for the remainder of this month. Comment?
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