Sedona Real Estate News
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Wednesday Nov 4 | via Prescott Valley Tribune
Wilson said they are gearing up for Thanksgiving and donations of turkeys and money would be most helpful. But for many working families, single parents and seniors it's not unusual for rent, mortgage payments, medical and other necessities to receive the first chunk from an already stretched budget. Comment?
Oct 2, 2015 | via Inman
Who joined forces in the real estate industry in October to help agents up their game, and who's rolling out new products? Here's our rundown, in chronological order. We missed you last month! September 29 Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty announced that RJ Smith Realty of Pine Bush is merging with the Rand Group of Pine Bush. Comment?
Aug 19, 2015 | via ABC15.com
A man working as a rental home photographer has been arrested by Yavapai County Sheriff's Office for trying to rent a home that wasn't his. Investigators say the suspect 36-year old Benjamin Dever of Chino Valley called the victim about renting a home in Prescott after she placed an ad on Craigslist. Comment?
Jul 25, 2015 | via Verde Independent
Long-term Yavapai County resident and businessman Judd Simmons filed his organizational papers to enter the 2016 Republican primary race for the office of County Assessor, according to a news release. Simmons moved to Groom Creek at the age of 10, attended Prescott High School, and graduated with a BSBA from Northern Arizona University . Comment?
Jun 27, 2015 | via Verde Independent
Yavapai County Assessor Pamela Pearsall is asking the Arizona Attorney General to overturn a county Board of Supervisors' decision to remove two divisions from her office, calling it a "constitutional overreach," with the support of 13 of the state's 15 county assessors. Pearsall sent Attorney General Mark Brnovich a letter signed by the other assessors on Friday, June 26, explaining that the board created a new department made up largely of Title and Cartography employees that were previously under her control. Comment?
13 hrs ago | via Phoenix New Times
With the gun culture going strong here in the desert, it's not hard to believe that Arizona is ranked the eighth most-dangerous state in the country.But there's more to it than gun violence. To calculate the measure of which states are most dangerous, the data crunchers at the personal finance website WalletHub, analyzed 20 metrics, including workplace accidents, traffic fatalities, crime rates, and natural disasters. Comment?
Oct 23, 2015 | via The Arizona Republic
This is the time of year when some money issues loom larger. Tax planning is a focus, plus charity caveats and more. Comment?
Sep 25, 2015 | via The Arizona Republic
If you agree to a settlement with your real estate agent, can you still file a complaint with the state agency? Homeowner distraught over low sale price If you agree to a settlement with your real estate agent, can you still file a complaint with the state agency? Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1KA0O5z Question: My wife and I listed our Peoria home for $130,000 based on the valuation from our real estate agent who lives across the street. We had four offers to buy our home for full price the next day. Comment?
Sep 18, 2015 | via Watertown Daily Times
The Watertown Local Development Corp. should know in a few weeks whether a trip to Arizona will bear any good news about recovering money from delinquent loans owed by the former Fort Drum Vehicle Storage. Donald W. Rutherford, CEO of the local development corporation, also known as the Watertown Trust, will head to Prescott for a Nov. 4 public auction to acquire five vacant lots from the parents of the former operators of the now-defunct company. Comment?
Aug 25, 2015 | via Verde Independent
New figures Tuesday from the Federal Housing Finance Agency show that home prices overall in the state rose 6.8 percent in the past year. And when the agency adds in home values, as measured by refinancings, that figure hits 7.0 percent. Comment?
5 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "HopFed Bancorp, Inc. was incorporated for the purpose of serving as a savings and loan holding company for Hopkinsville Federal Savings Bank. The business of the bank primarily consists of attracting deposits from the general public and investing such deposits in loans secured by single family residential real estate and investment securities, including U.S. Government and agency securities and mortgage-backed securities. Comment?
Oct 6, 2011 | via American Reporter
If you are wondering why protesters have occupied Wall Street for the past few weeks, and why similar protests have been springing up in cities from Boston to Seattle, all around the country, consider these facts. It's been four years since the housing bubble popped, setting in motion the so-called Great Recession. Comment?
12 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Anworth Mortgage Asset Corp. was formed to invest in mortgage assets, including mortgage pass-through certificates, collateralized mortgage obligations, mortgage loans and other securities representing interests in, or obligations backed by, pools of mortgage loans which can be readily financed and short-term investments. The Company intends to acquire mortgage assets primarily in the secondary mortgage market through its manager, Anworth Mortgage Advisory Corporation. Comment?
13 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Pimco and other investors have sued Citigroup over the bank's alleged failure to properly monitor toxic securities backed by more than $13.8B of mortgage loans, resulting in $2.3B of losses. Comment?
22 min ago | via American Reporter
I have written often over the past few years about the house of cards that is the American economy, but the events of the past week should frighten everybody. First, there was the collapse of IndyMac, a California bank deeply involved in subprime lending. Comment?
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