Pocahontas Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Pocahontas, AR continually updated from thousands of sources.
Feb 10, 2014 | via Daily Record
On December 16, 2009, the Ludwicks' home burned down. During the course of investigating the claim for their loss, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, their insurer, discovered that while the Ludwicks had disclosed the occurrence of a fire at an "outside shop" in 2007, they had failed to disclose two other fire losses that occurred in 2008 and ... (more) Comment?
12 hrs ago | via NWAonline
More people are showing up in civil court in Arkansas to resolve critical issues - child custody, contested divorces, home foreclosures - without the help of lawyers. Comment?
Thursday Mar 13 | via The City Wire
Foreclosures continue to be a smaller part of the local housing markets of Northwest Arkansas and the Fort Smith metro area. Comment?
Thursday Feb 27 | via The City Wire
Arkansas' residential real estate sector ended 2013 on a good note and the miserable winter weather of January was not enough to slow the pace of home sales in the state's four largest markets. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 19 | via The City Wire
It's been six years since Harold Crye, CEO of Crye-Leike Real Estate, expanded the company's footprint into Northwest Arkansas. Comment?
Feb 13, 2014 | via The City Wire
The nation's foreclosure market continued to shrink in January, posting 40 consecutive months of declines on an annual basis, according to Calif., based RealtyTrac. Comment?
6 min ago | via KFMB-am
Show Info: Do you have questions on buying your dream home or refinancing your current home? Listen this Sunday from 7am to 8am to Mortgage Makeovers with Ken Michaels here on The AM 760. Comment?
19 min ago | via The Huffington Post
There was a reason Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac were government created entities, before they became private corporations in the 1970s. Comment?
20 min ago | via Scoop
New Zealand consumer confidence rose to a nine-year high in the first quarter of this year with optimism about the economy in the year ahead approaching record levels. Comment?
31 min ago | via YourObserver
Once upon a time in Oklahoma, the weather went haywire, the rain stopped, dust storms blew away the top soil, crops failed, farmers couldn't pay their mortgages, banks foreclosed, and Oakies fled to the promised land of California. Comment?
49 min ago | via The Left Coaster
More than five years into the Obama presidency, let me say that the Democratic Party will see nothing beneficial from eight years of tying themselves to this president and those around him. Comment?