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Tuesday Dec 9 | via Times Herald-Record
When I saw his letter to the editor, I called my friend Stephen Auffredou in hopes that I could address some of his concerns about the proposed Land Bank Neighborhood Revitalization project. He suggested I get the word out so other concerned citizens would better understand the project and how it is being funded. Comment?
Nov 19, 2014 | via Times Herald-Record
HIGHLAND FALLS Tax incentives to build a 120-room hotel have been approved by the Orange County Industrial Development Agency. Comment?
Nov 20, 2014 | via The Warwick Advertiser
In Orange County, mortgage fee collections dropped from approximately $2.17 million in the first nine months of 2013 compared to the same period a year earlier to $1.16 million, for a decline of 46 percent. In Dutchess County, the county's mortgage tax revenue declined from $4,773,163 to $4,183,875 for the same period, a 12 percent difference. Comment?
Nov 14, 2014 | via Empire State News
WHITE PLAINS Federal authorities on Thursday announced the indictments of 15 people, including 14 on conspiracy to commit bank fraud and wire fraud in connection with mortgages and other loans secured by properties in Monroe, Brooklyn and Manhattan. Those charged are from Kiryas Joel, Monsey and New York City. Comment?
Nov 13, 2014 | via Times Herald-Record
Three Kiryas Joel residents were arrested early Thursday morning as part of an investigation in which they and 12 people from Brooklyn and Monsey have been charged with mortgage fraud, bank fraud and public-assistance fraud, according to law enforcement officials and a federal indictment unsealed Thursday. Comment?
Yesterday | via Let's Go Tribe
The scribblers, whose heavy burdens are not limited to deadlines, dyspeptic editors and a readership struggling to match the intellect of the Malabari Ourangs, have perfected, of late, the bum's rush approach to those recently retired gentlefolk who tap on Cooperstown's front door. Though occasionally willing to weep through the telling of a tale of unrecognized achievements, the BBWAA has more frequently assessed the Cooperstown candidates with the same sentimentality as Mr. Potter dismissing a mortgage holder two months in arrears. Comment?
Yesterday | via Daily Mail
'Sometimes the best gifts come in the lamest packages': Moment an app developer hands his parents a slightly dog-eared note telling them he had paid off their mortgage for Christmas Woman facing jail after being found guilty of stealing her cancer-stricken neighbor's dog and paying to have it euthanized Tycoon boyfriend of US reality TV star had walked out of a mental hospital on the day he died: Doctors face inquiry after Scot Young managed to leave three days after admitting himself President Obama hits the gym before heading to the beach with his family on the 7th day of his Christmas vacation in Hawaii Heartbroken family of slain NYPD officer Rafael Ramos arrive at his wake as 25,000 cops are expected to attend Cops' fury after Eric Garner's daughter tweets address of another officer at the scene of her dad's chokehold death 'Our backs have turned to you': Anti-de Blasio message ... (more) Comment?
Yesterday | via The Star
AP Photo/The Advance, Anthony DePrimo Pei Xia Chen, right, widow of slain New York City police officer Wenjian Liu, is comforted by family member Kevin Lee at the Stephen Siller Tunnels to Towers Foundation headquarters on the Staten Island borough of New York, Friday. The Tunnels to Towers Foundation announced they will raise money to pay off the home mortgages for the widows of Liu and Ramos. Comment?
Friday | via SILive.com
The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation announced Friday that it aims to raise $800,000 to completely pay off the mortgages of the family homes of slain New York City Police officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. "It's important to show the Liu and Ramos families that we're coming together as a family, as New Yorkers and as Americans. Comment?
Friday | via NY1
The casket with the remains of Officer Rafael Ramos arrived at Christ Tabernacle Church in Glendale, where a viewing ceremony will take place today until 9 p.m. On Thursday night, members of the Ramos family visited the memorial located at the site where Ramos and his partner, Officer Wenjian Liu, were killed in Bedford-Stuyvesant. One relative announced that even with recent protests calling for changes to NYPD policies, the family has felt the sympathy of many New Yorkers. Comment?
47 min ago | via Banker & Tradesman
For David Foster of Chicago, it was a stunning and welcome early Christmas present for him, his wife and three young children. The Senate's 11th-hour extension of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through Dec. 31 will save Foster, who works for a nonprofit ministry group, from having to pay the IRS about $28,000 next year on $100,000 of mortgage debt canceled by his bank as part of a short sale on his condo. Comment?
13 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
AGNC will continue to take advantage of low interest rates and adjust its portfolio accordingly when the rates finally rise. In this article, I will be discussing my top picks within mortgage-backed REITs for 2015. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Daily Republic
All the additions in communication can benefit buyers and sellers, she said, but nothing can replace seeing a home yourself with a Realtor. What you see on a computer about a property, she said, is not always what the land is like. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Daily Republic
Pam Watson has sold more than 1,700 homes - including one property four times over 15 years - success that partly reflects her acceptance of new technology. Three-quarters of the people using the Internet then were from the Bay Area, recalls Watson, who cites other reasons besides adapting to technology as among reasons she's sold so many homes. Comment?
47 min ago | via The Spokesman-Review
While many neighborhoods continue to steam along with consistent home sales, the national scene chugs along like a locomotive climbing a steep incline after an engine rebuild. "The housing market continues to grind its way upward, but we don't expect a breakout performance in 2015 as the fundamentals remain somewhat muted," said Doug Duncan, Fannie's chief economist. Comment?
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