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Dec 22, 2016 | via WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. A new report from 10News WTSP partners at the Tampa Bay Times shows that home prices and sales have been on the rise across the region, despite rising interest rates. Comment?
Nov 16, 2016 | via St. Petersburg Times
Veterans benefits seminar: The mobile vet center will be on site; visitors can tour the vehicle. Veterans and their spouses, caregivers and other family members are invited. Comment?
Nov 15, 2016 | via ABC Action News
"With the growth in Florida, you just can't promise that a school is going to go with a house forever," said district spokesperson Lina Cobbe. The school board sent a letter to real estate companies and agents urging them to notify potential homebuyers that specific schools can not be guaranteed with a house's listed address. Comment?
Nov 11, 2016 | via St. Petersburg Times
Mark Stopa, a well-known foreclosure defense lawyer from the Tampa Bay area, is in trouble with the Florida Bar. In the aftermath of the housing crash, Tampa Bay attorney Mark Stopa became one of Florida's best known foreclosure defense lawyers. Comment?
Nov 2, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
First, Constantine "Chuck" Kalogianis was facing potential disbarment. Now, the well-known Pasco County, Fla., attorney and onetime congressional candidate is battling criminal charges for allegedly doctoring foreclosure documents. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via Florida Trend
Florida had another record-setting year for tourism despite natural disasters, a virus outbreak and a tragic attack on an Orlando nightclub. Gov. Rick Scott will announce Thursday at the Brevard Zoo that nearly 113 million tourists visited the state last year. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via National Mortgage News
An Ohio insurance-rating company has warned that recent court rulings and skyrocketing losses from water-damage claims have created an "uncertain operating environment" for Florida's property insurers and that it will downgrade the financial stability of 10 to 15 Florida-based companies, potentially threatening the solvency of thousands of homeowners policies. Demotech, Inc., a company which rates the financial strength of 400 companies nationwide including 57 in Florida, said Tuesday that the company is likely to reduce the financial stability rating of the Florida-based companies from A to B, below the level needed for federally backed mortgages, beginning in March. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 15 | via University of Florida News
Even as homeownership nationwide is at a record low, a slim majority of Floridians say now is a good time to buy a house, according to a newly released University of Florida survey. Half of Floridians think it is a good time to buy a house, according to the survey UF researchers conducted in October and November. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 15 | via JD Supra
Back in October, Shumaker published a Client Alert which described the judicial uncertainty generated by the decision in Ober v. Town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea , 41 Fla. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via The Miami Herald
A flier left on the door knob of state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, offers a 'free roof for the cost of your deductible.' Comment?
18 min ago | via Network World
Machine learning can automate the handling of huge troves of data to help companies make and save money. However, they're not without pitfalls, as the real estate tech company Redfin learned. Comment?
9 min ago | via National Mortgage News
The quarter-to-quarter increase in the mortgage delinquency rate is nothing to get excited about - yet, said a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association economics team. The seasonally adjusted delinquency rate for the fourth quarter was 4.8%, up 28 basis points compared with the third quarter and 3 basis points higher than the fourth quarter of 2015, the MBA's National Delinquency Survey found. Comment?
18 min ago | via West Seattle Herald
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20 min ago | via This Is Money
Why is it so difficult to open a savings account for my granddaughter? Halifax wants me to attend in person and watch two videos The business rates debacle reveals a Government reluctant to act on a crisis facing firms, says NEIL CRAVEN: And that doesn't bode well for Brexit My wife and I each owned a property before we married, and we now want to sell both and buy one together: will we be hit by capital gains tax? Still think you're getting a bargain by filling up at supermarkets? That's not the case anymore as the fuel price gap shrinks to a 15-month low Congratulations, Fiat, you cut the excitement from the Mazda MX-5... and that's why the 124 Spider will be a hit. Comment?
21 min ago | via MarketWatch
A federal appeals court ruling Tuesday barred most legal claims by investors in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac who alleged the U.S. government illegally seized billions of dollars from the firms, leaving shareholders with limited room to pursue some claims for monetary damages. The ruling was a setback for hedge funds and other distressed-asset investors who bought up shares in the companies over the past few years, betting that they could force Congress, the White House or courts to make a U-turn on plans to revamp the housing-finance companies and score a large windfall. Comment?
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