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Friday Nov 25 | via Capital Weekly
Mortgage development officer Kevin Boggs will present a program at the Rockland Public Library, 80 Union St., with information on how anybody can understand, repair and rebuild their credit Saturday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. and Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 6 p.m. Rather than a lecture, this presentation will aim to inform and entertain. Comment?
Oct 26, 2016 | via Herald Gazette
First National Bank invites the pubic to stop by its Camden office at 19 Elm St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, to meet lender Michelle Curtis. Curtis joined First National Bank's business lending team in September and is looking forward to working with businesses in Knox County. Comment?
Oct 24, 2016 | via Capital Weekly
First National Bank invites you to stop by their Camden office from 10am to 2pm on Friday, November 4, to Meet Your Lender. Michelle Curtis joined First National Bank's business lending team in September and is looking forward to working with businesses in Knox County. Comment?
Sep 17, 2016 | via Herald Gazette
Pablo and Kendall Espinosa had a better situation than many who want to live in Knox County: they had found an affordable rental house on a small farm suitable for their family. Still, there was something that Pablo knew he wanted to do one day: build a home of his own. Comment?
Aug 29, 2016 | via Realtor Magazine
Counties with the lowest levels of natural hazard risk saw home sales rise 4.2 percent in the first six months of the year. That's more than twice the 1.9 percent increase among counties with the highest level of natural hazard risk, according to the ATTOM Data Solutions 2016 U.S. Natural Hazard Housing Risk Index. Comment?
Oct 5, 2016 | via Insurance Journal West
An apartment house where six people died in a fire had been neglected during foreclosure and lacked alternative exits, allowing several bedrooms to become "death traps" when the blaze spread upstairs, a prosecutor said Monday to open the homeowner's manslaughter trial. The deaths were caused by the "unconscionable conduct" of landlord Gregory Nisbet, who failed to have working smoke detectors, adequate exits and other safety measures, Assistant Attorney General John Alsop said. Comment?
Sep 15, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Maine is home to one of the oldest populations in the country, matched only by the age of its housing stock. The combination of aging residents, fixed incomes and deteriorating housing stock represents an imminent disaster and economic opportunity. Comment?
Sep 14, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
If you Google "loans," you will trigger a bombardment of advertisements for something the lending industry calls "e-loans." Some of these websites claim "Approval in Two Minutes Online," "Online Loans Radically Simple" and "Bad credit? Apply anyway." Comment?
Jul 22, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
Real estate agents across Maine reported 1,960 sales of existing, single-family homes in June, an increase of 9.6% compared with a year earlier. The median price for those homes rose 5.5% to $198,000, according to a report issued Thursday by the Maine Association of Realtors. Comment?
Jul 9, 2016 | via Bangor Daily News
Army veterans Waylon Holbrook and Brad Howard take a break at the Habitat for Humanity work site. The men, who both fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom, are building Holbrook's new home. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Motley Fool
Mortgage rates were mixed on Monday. "Trumpflation" has forced a re-assessment of interest rates that may have been overdue. Comment?
10 min ago | via NewsOK.com
Financial jargon often sounds horribly dry, but I get excited about it because the concepts it represents can have such a big impact on everyday life. These aren't just terms to be learned for a test or that wealth advisors use only at work. Comment?
15 min ago | via NewsOK.com
Just a few days after Vancouver announced a tax on foreign property investors, Seattle real estate broker Lili Shang received a WeChat message from a wealthy Chinese businessman who wanted to sell a home in Canada and buy in her area. After a week of showings, he purchased a $1 million property in Bellevue, across Lake Washington from Seattle. Comment?
39 min ago | via The Mercury
Michael Kennedy and his five children, Lachlan 4, Mia 8, Emily 11, Nicholas 14 and Sarah 13, at their West End home that he bought to ensure they got into the Brisbane State High catchment. Picture: Mark Calleja BRISBANE families are paying about $100,000 extra for homes to get their children into their preferred school catchment zones, industry A analysts have found. Comment?
42 min ago | via Business Wire
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