Port Orange Real Estate News
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Monday Dec 22 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Sales of existing houses in November were up across Volusia and Flagler counties compared with the same time period a year ago reflecting a continued recovery of the area's resale housing market. But the increases were markedly different. Comment?
Friday Dec 19 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Geosam Capital, the master developer of New Smyrna Beach's Venetian Bay community, on Thursday bought a nearby 844-acre wooded tract along the east side of Interstate 95. The Nova Scotia, Canada-based investment and development company paid $6 million for the property, according to real estate agents representing the seller, BNY/Mellon bank. The property, known as Pioneer Trails, is in unincorporated Volusia County and is approved for the development of up to 1,250 residential units and 340,000 square feet of commercial space. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 17 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
DELAND Asmall, newly built luxury apartment building just steps from downtown DeLand has likely become the city's most expensive address for apartment rentals. The five-unit 325 N. Florida Ave. complex officially opened for tenants Monday after six months of construction. Comment?
Nov 11, 2014 | via WFTV Orlando
A Volusia County veteran said he and his family are facing eviction because Bank of America illegally sold his home. According to Farmer, his troubles began in 2007 when he fell ill and decided to file for a loan modification, which by law is supposed to stop any pending foreclosure. Comment?
Nov 6, 2014 | via The Orlando Sentinel
Florida's leader, by far, for home-price gains during the third quarter was the Volusia County, which includes Deltona, DeBary, and Daytona Beach, a new study shows. The median price for homes in the coastal county, which is just northeast of Metropolitan Orlando, was $152,000 for the quarter - up more than 20 percent from a year earlier. Comment?
Wednesday | via Florida Trend
Florida is hosting eight of the 38 postseason games in college football more than any other state. State and local governments will get an economic boost as those fans flood theme parks, beaches and other attractions. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Capital Soup
Governor Rick Scott today highlighted the partnership with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Building Homes for Heroes to bring mortgage-free housing to injured veterans. Through a $2 million DEO grant, Building Homes for Heroes is able to build or modify homes in Florida for injured veterans who served in the armed forces during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via St. Petersburg Times
Helped by a booming demand for bank-owned properties, the Tampa Bay area was among the most robust in Florida in November for sales of both condos and single family homes. And while the bay area's median sale prices continued to be on the low side, there was some good news there, too. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via FindLaw
This opinion fulfills our constitutional obligation to determine the State's need for additional judges in Fiscal Year 2015/2016 and to certify our "findings and recommendations concerning such need" to the Legislature. 1 Certification is "the sole mechanism established by our constitution for a systematic and uniform assessment of this need." Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via Customer Interaction Solutions
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Randy Dow, a seasoned litigator who joined McGlinchey Stafford in February 2014, has been promoted to Managing Attorney of the Fort Lauderdale, FL office, and that four new attorneys have joined the firm's Fort Lauderdale office: Kathleen Angione, Kerry Ann Cummings, Evan Raymond and Allyson Sartoian. All four new attorneys will practice in the firm's Commercial Litigation Group. Comment?
17 min ago | via Times Herald-Record
Sales of previously built homes slipped in November to their lowest level in six months as the supply of properties remained tight, an unexpected setback in what has shaped up to be a disappointing year for the housing market. Comment?
20 min ago | via FindLaw
The defendant, Cynthia Cortese, 1 claims that the trial court improperly concluded that the plaintiff, Eastern Savings Bank, FSB, had standing to bring this foreclosure action, and, thus, that the court had subject matter jurisdiction, on the basis of its erroneous determination that the plaintiff was the holder of the notes at issue, and abused its discretion in permitting the plaintiff to amend its complaint to include an allegation that it was the holder of those notes. We affirm the judgment of the trial court. Comment?
40 min ago | via American Reporter
It's hard to resist being gleeful at seeing Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff get the maximum sentence - 150 years in prison - for bilking investors out of anywhere between $65 billion and $171 billion. Because many of the people whom Madoff ripped off were more renowned than, say, the millions who lost their homes in the subprime mortgage debacle, he has gotten far more attention than he deserves. Comment?
46 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
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47 min ago | via The York Daily Record
For those who haven't had the experience, it's difficult to imagine what the parents of a child with disabilities go through. Their lives - justifiably - are consumed with providing care for their children. Comment?
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