Paulsboro Real Estate News
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13 hrs ago | via Philly.com
The period from Thanksgiving to Super Bowl Sunday is not a peak time for buying and selling houses, or such is the conventional wisdom. Yet, houses are listed, shown, sold, and closed in that nearly 10-week stretch, and that's the case this year, one in which the market is not yet in full-steam-ahead recovery from its prolonged downturn. Comment?
Nov 13, 2014 | via The Jersey Journal
Fatiha Nabaoui peeks inside her new home that was donated by Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity, Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014. (Calista Condo As the 11-year-old stood in the center of his empty new bedroom, with fresh paint on the walls and new carpet from wall-to-wall, he wrestled with the biggest one first. Comment?
Oct 14, 2014 | via NJ.com
Erik David Barber, a 2001 Clearview Regional High School grad who once earned the title of "Mr. Clearview," continues to display almost uncanny versatility in his life's pursuits. Back home in Gloucester County to participate in a close friend's wedding last weekend, Barber's latest gig is in the Naples area of Florida's West Coast, a decidedly high-rent district where he and his new bride reside. Comment?
Oct 1, 2014 | via The Jersey Journal
Six South Jersey residents were indicted in federal court on Tuesday in connection with a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme that took advantage of financially-vulnerable homeowners. Silver Buckman, 36, of Cherry Hill and her parents, Vincent Foxworth, 69, and Cynthia Foxworth, 63, of Washington Township, Gloucester County were charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud, along with Danette Thomas, 52 of Pennsauken, Byron White, 44 of Pennsauken, and Franklin Busi, 46, of Sicklerville. Comment?
Aug 24, 2014 | via NJ.com
It was a problem in a lot of places before, but since the Recession, it's a cancer that's spread, At one time, the opulent McMansion at the corner of Greentree Road and Lamson Lane in Washington Township was the definition of a dream home. Comment?
Yesterday | via NorthJersey.com
Driven by multifamily projects, home building in New Jersey rose in November, putting the state's new-home production on track for its strongest year since 2006. Through November, builders have obtained permits for 25,451 housing units, about 15 percent ahead of the same period last year. Comment?
Tuesday | via The Jersey Journal
Hudson County is one of nine counties in New Jersey where it's more affordable to rent than buy, according to a new RealtyTrac report. Here, the Jersey City skyline is pictured in 2011. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via NJ.com
Drivers could get the option to use their smartphone to show their driver's license, instead of a paper license, under a bill to be proposed by State Senator Thomas Kean Jr. to have state motor vehicle officials study it. It's appropriate to look at it and see if it protects drivers security, adds to convenience and enhanced efficiency," Senator Thomas Kean Jr. A state senator is set to propose legislation directing the state Motor Vehicle Commission to conduct a study on whether New Jersey should give drivers the option to show a license on their smartphone. Comment?
Thursday Dec 11 | via Mortgage News Daily
While overall foreclosure activity overall continued its now years-long decline from housing crisis peaks there was a significant year-over-year increase in foreclosure starts. RealtyTrac says in its November U.S. Foreclosure Market Report that 55,906 properties started the foreclosure process during the month, a decrease of 1 percent from October but a 6 percent increase from a year ago. Comment?
Saturday Nov 29 | via Central Ohio
Homeless after Superstorm Sandy flooded the Ortley Beach condominium she was renting, Tango, 61, relied on assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay her rent and living expenses at an apartment she rented in Howell. But the October letter demanded repayment of $15,500 - and threatened to garnish her monthly Social Security disability check if she didn't pay it back. Comment?
18 min ago | via The Washington Post
A New York State Supreme Court judge rejected the bank's request to dismiss the lawsuit, which demands as much as $10 billion in damages. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's suit was valid, and he demonstrated the bank may have engaged in misconduct, Judge Marcy Friedman said in yesterday's decision. Comment?
48 min ago | via The Times of Israel
If food is the new rock and roll, chefs are the new rock stars. Need proof? Just look at the explosion of cooking shows on American television, The Chew, Top Chef, Hell's Kitchen, Iron Chef America, and the celebrity status they've conferred upon this country's leading gourmands. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The rusting 1994 Oldsmobile sitting in a driveway just outside St. Louis was an unlikely cash machine. That was until the car's owner, a 30-year-old hospital lab technician, saw a television commercial describing how to get cash from just such a car, in the form of a short-term loan. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
The bank was recently sued for its part in the mortgage crisis which caused five credit units to go belly-up. Wells Fargo & Co. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 16 | via KXXV-TV Waco
AP: Carolinas politicians get payouts from lender - KXXV-TV News Channel 25 - Central Texas News and Weather for Waco, Temple, Killeen . FILE - In this Dec. 18, 2013, file photo, U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., discusses his first months back in Congress during an interview in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Soon after taking office, Sanford and North Carolina Gov. Pa... . Comment?
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