Seaside Park Real Estate News
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Tuesday Jun 21 | via National Mortgage News
With rent of $1,160 a month in Asbury Park, N.J., taking up most of her family's income, Susan Aquino began to search for a new apartment that would give her some breathing room. "We were looking for two bedrooms, and they were...$1,500 to $1,700 between October and March," said Aquino, 43. For many longtime owners, times are good. Comment?
May 23, 2016 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
Today's Power Broker Roundtable focuses on inventory, demand, and how we can solve some of today's hardest housing challenges. The Power Broker Roundtable is brought to you by the National Association of REALTORSA and Nick D'Ambrosia, NAR's Liaison for Large Residential Firms Relations. Comment?
Apr 30, 2016 | via Philly.com
A crowded city like nothing New Jersey has ever seen is rising over this once sleepy Ocean County township, and its neighbors are on edge. In adjacent Toms River, those tensions started in late 2014 when bearded men in wide hats began knocking on doors. Comment?
Apr 21, 2016 | via Patch.com
Caldwell, NJ - Authorities say that a married couple with a Caldwell home allegedly filed a fraudulent application for Superstorm Sandy relief funds. According to the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Claire P. Sullivan, 55, and Catherine Perry, 57, both of Caldwell, allegedly obtained $22,253 after Superstorm Sandy by filing false applications for a state grant under the Homeowner Resettlement Program and state assistance under the Sandy Homeowner and Renter Assistance Program funded by the New Jersey Department of Human Services. Comment?
Apr 20, 2016 | via Patch.com
Seven people -- including a Red Bank couple and a Caldwell couple who owned homes in Lavallette and Seaside Park, respectively -- have been charged with fraud related to Superstorm Sandy assistance, the state attorney general's office said Wednesday. James Avellini, 67, and Susan Horty-Avellini, 65, of Red Bank, and Claire P. Sullivan, 55, and Catherine Perry, 57, of Caldwell, are accused of filing fraudulent applications for assistance, according to a news release from the office of Acting Attorney General Robert Lougy. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 22 | via Courier News
Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Many Central Jersey homeowners 'underwater' on mortgage Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Comment?
Monday Jun 20 | via NorthJersey.com
"Instead of welcoming this prospect, New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has imposed a roadblock that is inappropriate and unnecessary. Despite Polo North only being a landlord, the Division is requiring it to comply with the more extensive licensing standards imposed on casino operators as opposed to the less stringent standards imposed on vendors. Comment?
Saturday Jun 4 | via The Item
Now, they'd like to downsize into a place with no stairs. But they feel they can't move, because real estate agents have told them their home would probably sell for about $330,000. Comment?
May 25, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
The number of U.S. houses left vacant because of foreclosure was down at the start of the second quarter compared with the same period last year. But New Jersey's share of these so-called zombies continues to be tops in the nation, real estate information provider RealtyTrac said Thursday. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via The Newark Star-Ledger
While the housing market rebounds to pre-recession numbers in many states, New Jersey is still struggling to push properties through the foreclosure process, leaving the state with one of the leading foreclosure rates nationwide and the highest number of vacant homes in distress. As of April, just under one-half of a percent of homes across the United States are in the the foreclosure process, a dip from last year's overall activity at 0.82 percent, which was a nine year low. Comment?
21 min ago | via Jamaica Observer
Those of us in the world of marketing know the power of smart branding, the use of catchwords that excite and engage consumers. The word Brexit became a headliner, used not only by the 'leave' campaign but also by headline writers, even when the actual story was a balanced discussion. Comment?
27 min ago | via The Georgia Straight
Today, NPA city councillors were down near Kitsilano Beach for a protest over the city's plans to spend $6.4 million to expand the sidewalk on Point Grey Road. The city's goal is to create a more desirable pedestrian experience for those who want to walk or jog the seawall around Stanley Park and continue across the West Side to reach Jericho Beach and Spanish Banks. Comment?
34 min ago | via Insurance Journal West
Allied American Underwriters, a division of USG Insurance Services, Inc., has hired Valarie MacDonald as producer/broker, and Denise Brown as production assistant. In addition to these new hires, AAU has promoted Dasha Casey to producer/broker. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Housing Wire
Monday Morning Cup of Coffee takes a look at news coming across the HousingWire weekend desk, with more coverage to come on bigger issues. Just in case you've been living under a rock, voters in the United Kingdom shocked the world late last week when they choose to leave the European Union behind and move forward as a sovereign and separate entity. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Scoop
Mortgage lending data released today by the Reserve Bank shows that residential property investors are borrowing more than three times as much as first home buyers. "Under the National Government, it's clearly still much easier to buy a third, fourth, or fifth investment house, rather than your first home to live in," Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei said. Comment?
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