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Tuesday Apr 4 | via Star Tribune
Twin Cities-based HomeServices of America is expanding its East Coast holdings with the acquisition of Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate in New Jersey. Comment?
Mar 10, 2017 | via The Jersey Journal
New Jerseyans have a new top complaint when it comes to buying goods and services, according to the state agency that enforces consumer protection laws. The Division of Consumer Affairs has released a breakdown of the 7,656 formal complaints it received in 2016 as part of an awareness campaign for National Consumer Protection Week. Comment?
Jan 5, 2017 | via USA Today
Incredible Jersey Shore kitchens you'll want NEPTUNE, N.J. - When it comes to kitchens at the Shore, traditional is long gone. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2hWmamV This is one of the five Notable Homes on this year's tour to support the NJ Festival Orchestra. Comment?
Jan 5, 2017 | via Star News Group
Today, the beloved seasonal eatery faces extinction as a for sale sign sits just beneath the iconic, clown-adorned Circus sign. The anachronistic establishment, sitting on 1.6 acres of property, is up for sale by Harold Wien Real Estate and according to the assistant manager, identified only as Samantha, the restaurant will shutter its doors for good unless the business is purchased. Comment?
Dec 28, 2016 | via Red Bank Green
Make that hats . The departure of Stanley Sickels , who serves as the borough government's administrator, purchasing agent and construction code official, may test a long-debated premise: that replacing him would require more than one hire, at a cost far exceeding his combined salary. Comment?
Thursday Apr 13 | via Mortgage News Daily
The Trump administration is working to revise or replace the Dodd-Frank Act, President Donald Trump told a group of CEOs. House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling has announced the latest draft of his Financial CHOICE Act, which is intended to overhaul post-crisis regulation. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 11 | via The Jersey Journal
New data shows that housing inventory is down in over 300 zip codes in New Jersey, creating a seller's market for a large part of the state. (Nicholas Kamm Housing inventory data for nearly 500 New Jersey zip codes from Realtor.com provided by the Associated Press shows that 77 percent of them saw a plunge in the number of homes on the market in February of this year, compared to the same time last year. Comment?
Friday Mar 31 | via NJ.com
TRENTON -- Victims of Hurricane Sandy who are still struggling to pay the mortgages on their damaged homes can now request delaying payments for up to three years. The state Department of Community Affairs is accepting applications for a mortgage forbearance program that would allow certain homeowners affected by Sandy to suspend mortgage payments and have them tacked onto the end of their loans. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 29 | via The New York Observer
Fresh off of their victory in the Battle of Trenton, the Continental Army led by George Washington, encamped in Morristown for the winter of 1780. For the months that the army rested, a widow named Theodosia Ford opened up her home to General Washington, his family and his aides, who used her home as military headquarters until the war could resume. Comment?
Monday Mar 27 | via NJ.com
TRENTON -- Democratic candidate for governor Jim Johnson has put forward a comprehensive plan to lower property taxes in New Jersey that hinges on something Gov. Chris Christie has fought tooth and nail: Affordable housing. Johnson, a former undersecretary of the U.S. Treasury under President Bill Clinton, said New Jersey is trapped in a vicious cycle where lack of housing limits good job opportunities and revenue for local communities, resulting in fewer services and ever-higher property taxes. Comment?
4 min ago | via Business Wire
The 2017 REachA selection process was particularly competitive, as Pearl was one of only seven firms to be chosen from hundreds of innovative companies that applied. Pearl offers a high-performing home certification that enables homeowners to recoup the value of investments in energy efficient features when they sell their home. Comment?
7 min ago | via This Is London
Splitting banks up is notoriously difficult to do - just ask RBS - and an IPO would inevitably see Tidjane Thiam's board and investors cede partial control over this crucial, profitable, part of the group. Not only that, but, as one M&A boss points out, a separately floated Credit Suisse bank would require a new set of non-executive directors and a whole load of onerous disclosure requirements. Comment?
8 min ago | via AK&M
Otkritie Bank has improved mortgage lending conditions, the bank informed. On April 24, 2017, Otkritie Bank lowered the interest rate applying to the Military Mortgage program and improved the terms and conditions of the Refinancing program. Comment?
18 min ago | via World News Report
EagleBank congratulates Senior Mortgage Banker Mehdi Pirzadeh who ranked Number 92 in the USA for dollar volume mortgage originations. Among the top 100, he produced and closed 250 loans for $122,099,910 for the year. Joining Pirzadeh to place EagleBank in the Nation's Top 1%, are seven other Senior Mortgage Bankers: Laurent Berman, Tom Biegler, Paul Harsanyi, Paul Hornyak, Deborah Levy, Andrew Lunenfeld, and Bill Sherrill. Comment?
24 min ago | via KXLY-TV Spokane
The Swiss bank will raise the fresh capital by issuing 380 million new shares. They will be priced at a roughly 30% discount. Comment?
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