Pittsford Real Estate News
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Wednesday Jul 20 | via GlobeNewswire
In recognition of its current success, and in anticipation of future growth, Five Star Bank , a subsidiary of Financial Institutions, Inc. , has introduced a new organizational structure designed to further accelerate its momentum serving communities across Western New York. William Kreienberg, Executive Vice President, has been named Chief Administrative Officer in addition to his existing role of General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer for Five Star Bank. Comment?
Jun 19, 2016 | via Watertown Daily Times
New state legislation, passed in the early hours of Saturday morning, has to do with homes that have become so-called zombie properties - empty houses stuck in sometimes-lengthy foreclosure and prone to falling into disrepair. Requiring banks to maintain properties that are in this process, with a daily fine of $500 for those that don't. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via Rochester Business Journal
After more than five years of rapid growth, Genesee Regional Bank is ready for a new home that fits its increased size. The bank is making the move into a new headquarters that will nearly double the size of its previous offices in Linden Oaks, officials said. Comment?
Apr 21, 2016 | via WHEC-TV Rochester
If you're planning to sell your home, now is the time. If you're trying to buy a home, you've got to act fast. Comment?
Apr 21, 2016 | via Your News Now
Rochester-area realtors and home builders are excited about 2016. The numbers so far this year show more people are buying and more are building. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via Chronicle Newspaper
Recent state legislation requires lenders to maintain vacant houses before foreclosure proceedings are completed, not just after foreclosure, as prior law required. The new law also established a statewide registry of abandoned homes and a hotline for neighbors to report them. Comment?
Yesterday | via National Mortgage News
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a new grant initiative aimed at reducing the volume of so-called zombie homes - properties that have not been properly maintained through prolonged foreclosure proceedings. The Zombie Remediation and Prevention Initiative would provide a total of $13 million in grants to local governments as part of a statewide competitive application process. Comment?
Yesterday | via LongIsland.com
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a new grant initiative to address the growing statewide problem of so-called "zombie homes." Schneiderman: This Office will continue to help communities emerge from the foreclosure crisis and its enduring legacy of zombie homes. Comment?
Thursday | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
On Thursday, July 21, 2016, Freddie Mac reports on the week's average U.S. mor... The pregnant wife and 4-year-old son of a prominent Chinese dissident have sought refuge in the San Francisco Bay Area after leaving Thailand, where she said she no longer felt safe. A New York man is accused of holding an 81-year-old Marine Corps veteran hostage in a motel for at least four years in order to steal his benefits checks. Comment?
Feb 15, 2015 | via The Post-Standard
The state is making $13 million available to local governments to fight the problem of "zombie homes" - vacant and abandoned homes uncared-for during prolonged foreclosure proceedings. The 100 communities with the greatest zombie home problems, including Syracuse and 13 other Central New York municipalities, are eligible to apply for the grants. Comment?
4 min ago | via Anchorage Daily News
The old adage "Timing is everything" is particularly relevant to the real estate market. The timing of a purchase or sale can increase the chances for a profitable real estate investment. Comment?
8 min ago | via Clarksville Online
It was a community event coordinated by the Charity Relations Committee with the assistance of the Realtor and Affiliate Partner members of the Clarksville Association of REALTORS. All proceeds from the event went to the FUEL Program to help ensure that food is provided for hungry school children. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Chronicle Herald
It was about 10 years ago that real estate agents and experts starting warning homeowners about the risks of having swimming pools in the backyard and how they can lower the value of the property. Thankfully for all of us who like to take a dip in the comforts of home, this stat no longer holds water . Comment?
54 min ago | via Log Cabin Democrat
The sale of the "Keep-U-Neat" laundry plant on Railroad avenue will be held by Receiver Ingram Hartje tomorrow at 1 p.m. The plant will be sold to the highest bidder, on terms of $800 cash and the balance in monthly payments. Mr. Hartje said today that he had been in communication with four or five parties who are expected to attend the sale and make bids on the plant. Comment?
1 hr ago | via WNYMedia.net
As per the combined data from the US Census Bureau and the Federal Reserve, the average American household debt is $5,700 in the 2nd quarter of 2016. About 38.1% of all the households carry some amount of credit card debt. Comment?
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