Paxton Real Estate News
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15 hrs ago | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Home sales and median prices jumped in Worcester County during June over the same month last year, new data show. A total of 876 single-family homes sold in Worcester County during the month, up about 19 percent over a year ago, while the median price of $259,900 was up 4 percent, The Warren Group of Boston reported. Comment?
Thursday Jul 9 | via Banker & Tradesman
The 233-room, 167,346-square-foot full-service hotel at 5400 Computer Drive was recently renovated and contains a fitness room, indoor pool, business center, 13,000 square feet of meeting and event space and the Regatta Grill & Bar. The 8.8-acre property is located within a 10-mile radius of more than 12 million square feet of office space. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 30 | via The Item Extra
Lenders started 139 foreclosures in Worcester County during May, up 45 percent from the same period a year ago, new data show. Lenders also completed 75 foreclosures in Worcester County during May, up 42 percent over a year ago, The Warren Group of Boston reported. Comment?
Jun 23, 2015 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A total of 601 single-family homes sold in Worcester Country during May, up 6 percent from a year ago, and the median price of $241,900 was up nearly 4 percent, according to The Warren Group of Boston. Condominium sales in Worcester County surged 22 percent, to 168 units sold, The Warren Group said. Comment?
Jun 2, 2015 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
New foreclosure filings jumped 45 percent in Worcester County during April over the same month last year, according to new data. Lenders filed papers to start 177 new foreclosures in Worcester County, up from 122 a year earlier, The Warren Group of Boston reported Tuesday. Comment?
17 hrs ago | via The Wichita Eagle
The number of single-family homes sold in Massachusetts last month shot up by more than 11 percent compared with June 2014, making it the best June in a decade, an organization that tracks the real estate market announced Tuesday. The 6,457 single-families homes sold last month were the most in a single month since August 2005, said Timothy Warren Jr., chief executive of the Boston-based Warren Group. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 21 | via Daily Mail
Little-known anchor becomes overnight star with rant against Obama: Angry speech about President's 'half-baked' ISIS policy goes viral - being viewed one million times... and counting Teacher 'killed her husband and infant son' and lay with their corpses for two days until she was discovered by a realtor during an open house Rachel Dolezal the black hair stylist: Former lecturer now does weaves and braids for women in a salon after losing her job in race row EXCLUSIVE: Donald Trump pictured in uniform as a cadet captain - before he dodged the Vietnam draft with four deferments and a 'bone spur'' Police reveal new DNA evidence against suspect in DC mansion slayings and that CEO and his housekeeper 'were strangled to death' Heroic mom smashes car window to rescue little girl, 2, locked inside in 100F - and is then confronted by owner 'who was more concerned about the damage to his vehicle' ... (more) Comment?
Friday Jul 17 | via Lowell Sun
Summer got off to a sizzling start for Massachusetts real estate, as pending sales of single-family homes and condominiums were much higher last month than in the same month a year earlier. According to the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, 7,316 single-family homes came under agreement during June, up 36.8 percent from the 5,349 deals reached in the same month a year ago. Comment?
Thursday Jul 16 | via Banker & Tradesman
Business conditions in the First District were reported as balanced or improving, according to the Federal Reserve's latest Beige Book report. The First District includes all of New England except for Connecticut's Fairfield County. Comment?
Friday Jul 10 | via Patch.com
Attorney General Maura Healey: "These new appointments to our team will help us fight on behalf of the people of Massachusetts." Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey Thursday, July 9, announced major staff appointments to focus attention on environmental, consumer protection, and civil rights priorities within the office. Comment?
9 min ago | via Star Tribune
Psssst - Need a phony ID? A fraudulent tax refund? Insurance money from a sham car crash? Florida may have just what you're looking for. Since the first settlers hacked their way into the mangrove tangles and drained much of the swampland, sunny South Florida has been virtually synonymous with shady deals and scams. Comment?
15 min ago | via SBWire
Inheritance tax has been voted one of the most unpopular taxes in Britain - even more unpopular than council tax -so award-winning financial journalist Alison Steed of My Money Diva has identified seven ways you can cut your inheritance tax before the new higher threshold comes into force for couples in 2017: 1. Make a will Almost half of us die without a will - known as intestate - according to research from Will Aid, and the Treasury gets millions of pounds in revenue as a result. It's a common misconception that your family and loved ones will share your estate should you die intestate. Comment?
17 min ago | via 24dash
Volunteer Centre Edinburgh able to purchase Leith Walk property thanks to 100% loan finance scheme by Unity Trust Bank and Big Issue Invest Scotland A volunteer centre linking over 30,000 volunteers each year with valuable work experience has opened its doors to the public in new offices in central Edinburgh. Volunteer Centre Edinburgh, which supports people seeking work experience for employability, older people who want to volunteer, people with mental health problems, and more, has purchased 540 square metres of property and office space thanks to loan finance from Unity Trust Bank and Big Issue Invest Scotland. Comment?
20 min ago | via Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News
Barclays boss John McFarlane signalled plans to ramp up growth, squeeze costs and streamline the business after announcing a 25% rise in first half profits. Interim results showing an increase in pre-tax earnings to A 3.11 billion come just three weeks after chief executive Antony Jenkins was fired over lacklustre revenue growth. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Columbus Dispatch
A pair of central Ohio lawmakers are proposing $5,000 grants to help people make their homes more accessible, while advocates for the disabled say a new study shows people appreciate those modifications more than some might think. A growing number of baby boomers are aging and having difficulty getting around, but the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council says few homes have been built with "visitable" features such as wider doorways, sloped entrances and first-floor bathrooms. Comment?
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