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Wednesday Jun 24 | via Arkansas Times
The Arkansas Development Finance Authority has foreclosed on its mortgage loan to the Kramer School Artlofts Ltd. Partnership, owner of the Kramer Lofts at 715 Sherman St., and the lofts will auctioned at 3 p.m. Monday at the Pulaski County Courthouse. The sale will be for cash only. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 23 | via The City Wire
The number of consumers in Arkansas looking to make a major household purchase over the past six months rose 5 points in March as wages saw a slight increase and cheap fuel prices boosted discretionary income, according to the final installment of the 2015 Arvest Consumer Sentiment Survey released Tuesday. At the same time, the survey also showed that Arkansans are cautiously restructuring debt and paying bills, but on the flip side there was a big uptick in the number of consumers reporting more student loan debt. Comment?
Thursday Jun 18 | via Switched
Sen. Rand Paul wants to "blow up the tax code," and he's proposing a new, far-reaching flat tax to do it. The only problem is that his plan could blow up the size of the deficit, too. Comment?
Monday Jun 1 | via KATV Little Rock
The Arkansas Insurance Commissioner said if you don't have flood insurance to file a Federal Disaster Assistance Claim. Insurance Commissioner, Allen Kerr, said home and renters insurance doesn't cover flooding, some may have flood insurance and not know it. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 3 | via NWAonline
Aided by rising sales tax revenue, state general revenue in May increased by $2.2 million over a year ago to $427.5 million and exceeded the state's forecast by $14.8 million. Last month's sales and use tax revenue increased by $7.9 million over year-ago figures, while the state's individual income tax collections slipped by $4.7 million from May 2014, the state Department of Finance and Administration reported Tuesday in its monthly revenue report. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Independent
Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The rapid growth of the buy-to-let mortgage market is considered one of the "main risks" facing the UK's financial system, the Bank of England has warned. Comment?
27 min ago | via Saratoga News
Buyers have a little more breathing room to deal with the implementation of the new Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure rule. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a proposal to delay the effective date of the new disclosure forms until Oct. 1 instead of Aug. 1. The proposed postponement is not final until publication and public comment, but many in the real estate industry expect it will happen. Comment?
28 min ago | via Manawatu Evening Standard
Low interest rates and a shortage of listings continue to propel the Auckland housing market to new heights, with house values in June 17 per cent higher than they were a year ago. Monthly figures from state valuer QV also show that nationally house values have risen 9.3 per cent over the past year, putting them nearly 26 per cent above the previous market peak in 2007. Comment?
36 min ago | via TheStreet.com
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38 min ago | via Mail on Sunday
Buy-to-let boom could threaten economy: Part-time landlords taking on debt could be more vulnerable when interest rates rise Britain's buy-to-let boom could pose a threat to the country's financial stability and house prices, the Bank of England has warned. A surge in part-time landlords means more people are taking on debt to purchase a second or third property. Comment?
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