Port Hueneme Real Estate News
19 hrs ago | via WebWire
With the Buying Season normally starting in March of each year, March 2015 numbers are up almost 6% over last year's numbers. Corelogic Dataquick just reported March 2015 numbers and they are looking pretty good for anyone looking to put their home on the market soon. Comment?
Yesterday | via Pacific Business Times
It's worth noting that Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Business Times, written slightly more than 15 years ago, featured a story about the first plans for reconstructing the Miramar. With the final opposition fading away and his project tweaked a bit on issues such as beach club membership, the estimated $200 million Miramar Hotel & Resort project finally got its approval on April 14. It's worth noting that Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Business Times, written slightly more than 15 years ago, featured a story about the first plans for reconstructing the Miramar. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 25 | via The Heartland Institute
Important attention has been drawn to the shameful condition of middle income housing affordability in California. The state that had earlier earned its own "California Dream" label now limits the dream of homeownership principally to people either fortunate enough to have purchased their homes years ago and to the more affluent. Comment?
Feb 24, 2015 | via News9 Oklahoma City
Real estate agents say purchase closings are being held up because of the heavy snow: Septic system... . Encumbered by the snow pack, Kevin Thompson, right, and Dave Garro of Bold Moves Real Estate carry a couch used in staging the property for sale out of the front door and across the front yard, Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 in Matta... . Comment?
Jan 14, 2015 | via The Orange County Register
The median home price - the price at the midpoint of all sales - was $591,000 for housing deals that closed in December. The Orange County housing market ended 2014 on a so-so note, with home prices up a little, sales trending downward and another lackluster year forecast for 2015. Comment?
7 hrs ago | via Daily Kos
As Capital & Main explained : "It happens every spring: The start of baseball season and the Chamber of Commerce's assault on legislation designed to improve the lives of Californians - many of them our most vulnerable residents." This time, The California Chamber of Commerce put Assembly Bill 244 on their "Jobs Killer" list. Comment?
Yesterday | via WTVM
Are you considering selling your house this spring? Trulia is out with a list of hot and not so hot cities for home sales. The real estate website Trulia looked at the number of homes for sale on Feb. 5 and then the number still on the market April 5 and here's what they found. Comment?
Yesterday | via American Thinker
On April 15 Tax Day, Americans paid about the same amount of income tax as total student loans outstanding. The St. Louis Federal Reserve on the same day published a report titled ' Student Loan Delinquency: A Big Problem Getting Worse? ' The Fed has determined that of the $1.3 trillion in non-bankruptcy-dischargeable student loans, the delinquency rate for students in repayment is over 27 percent. Comment?
Yesterday | via Huntington News
U.S. home prices have recently enjoyed a modest to strong rebound, rising by an average of 0.6% nationwide, according to FNC's Residential Price Indexa , released on Thursday, April 16, 2015. This increase in home prices marks a sharp reversal in the downward spiral of price trends over the past five to six months. Comment?
Yesterday | via Pleasanton Weekly
With the spring home-selling season off to a robust start, California's drought appears to be having little impact on buyers and sellers who continue to close pricey deals with multiple offers. "Quite frankly, people are so interested in a home they like that the drought is not a major concern," one Realtor says. Comment?
31 min ago | via The Florida Times-Union
Apartment rental rates are going up in the Jacksonville area so much that the market survey area is now in the nation's top 20 for growth of average apartment monthly rents. Jacksonville, the 48th largest market survey area according to the Nielsen television ratings system, is projected to have a rental rate increase of 4.3 percent in the next year. Comment?
32 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
When entering a position in UBS ETN MORL, it is prudent to manage your risk by one of several methods, such as by pairing off your position with another. I go through the S&P 500 stock sectors and some other stocks and show how correlations vary by sector and individual security. Comment?
33 min ago | via Inside Bay Area
As a Navy veteran who served in Vietnam, Paul Conner didn't know that his physical disability qualified him for a break on his property taxes or that he could get a home loan with no down payment, courtesy of Uncle Sam. The 72-year-old Richmond veteran is not alone. Comment?
38 min ago | via Library of Economics and Liberty
George Selgin has a new post discussing a paper he wrote with David Beckworth and Berrak Bahadir. In the paper they argue that the Fed set its policy rate too low during the early 2000s, and that this decision contributed to the subprime boom: It is widely believed that, in the wake of the dot.com crash, the Fed kept the federal funds target rate too low for too long, inadvertently contributing to the subprime boom. Comment?
57 min ago | via The Indianapolis Star
Top Workplaces 2015: Parker Mortgage Group Noblesville branch of national lender ranks No. 4 among small employers in annual survey. Comment?
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