Sahuarita Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Sahuarita, AZ continually updated from thousands of sources.
Friday Dec 13 | via Business Journal
Most debt levels for Arizonans increased in November, though in varying amounts, according to the newest monthly data from Credit Karma . Comment?
Wednesday Dec 11 | via World News Report
Walt Danley Realty's Unique Arizona Luxury Homes for Sale Include a Horse Lover's Dream Paradise, "Out-of-This-World" Amenities, and the Coolest Pool in the Valley of the Sun Walt Danley Realty , a Paradise Valley luxury real estate firm and Arizona's affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, offers an impressive variety of luxury homes ... (more) Comment?
Thursday Dec 5 | via Verde Independent
Arizona's economy won't recover until more people move here, but more people won't move here until the unemployment rate drops. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via CNN
Washington Federal is pleased to announce Stephanie Evans has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Division Underwriter. Comment?
Nov 19, 2013 | via Business Journal
Arizonans shifted their debt loads from September to October, according to the latest data from Credit Karma. Comment?
3 min ago | via SiliconValley.com
The Federal Reserve's super-low interest-rate policies have inflated a slew of dangerous asset bubbles. Comment?
Yesterday | via ABA Banking Journal
There is little indication that there will be a delay of the Jan. 10, 2014, effective date for the majority of the new mortgage rules promulgated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Comment?
8 min ago | via St. Albert Gazette
And it isn't - but that doesn't make it a bad time to put your home on the market, said local realtor Ron Wetsch with Royal LePage Premier Real Estate. Comment?
20 min ago | via Bloomberg
The yield difference between Treasury five- and 30-year securities narrowed this week by the most in 19 months as traders unwound bets the Federal Reserve would wait until 2014 to announce cuts to its bond buying. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Reading Eagle/Reading Times
The Associated Press Consumers will likely pay more for home loans. Savers may earn a few more dollars on CDs and Treasurys. Comment?