Three Rivers Real Estate News
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Jul 14, 2015 | via The Fresno Bee
The Tulare County Association of Realtors has given $2,400 to a group of parents, teachers and church members working to build a neighborhood park at Houston Elementary School in north Visalia. Taylor, who was the agency's government affairs officer, replaced Mimi Ruby who resigned this month. Comment?
Apr 21, 2015 | via The Fresno Bee
The Meadows senior housing development in Visalia celebrates 40 years and making the last payment on its original mortgage loan. An affordable senior apartment complex in Visalia is celebrating two milestones this month - 40 years of providing housing for low-income seniors and making the final payment on its original mortgage. Comment?
Jan 9, 2015 | via The Fresno Bee
Two men have pleaded pleaded guilty to fraud charges stemming from a foreclosure rescue scheme in which homeowners lost $2.5 million, the Tulare County District Attorney's Office said Friday. Juan Ramon Curiel, 36, of Visalia, and Santiago Palacios-Hernandez, 45, of Salinas, pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and bankruptcy fraud. Comment?
19 hrs ago | via Los Angeles Times
As head of the Los Angeles office of global engineering firm Arup, Jon Phillips has a panoramic view of the economy - through his diverse array of clients. When the real estate market crashed in 2007 and 2008, the firm shifted a significant chunk of business overseas to projects in China and the Middle East. Comment?
Yesterday | via West Hawaii Today
A 40-year-old Pahoa man believed to be the sole suspect in the slaying of his mother is a lawyer who was allowed to resign from practice in California with disciplinary action pending and later disbarred in New York. Sean Alan Rutledge, aka Alan Frank, was disbarred by the state Supreme Court in New York on Nov. 26, 2013, based on an order by the Supreme Court of California on July 13, 2011, accepting Rutledge's resignation from the practice of law with charges pending. Comment?
Yesterday | via Los Angeles Times
Prospective home buyer Jennifer Centazzo walks through the dining area of a Westchester home during an open house in December. Prospective home buyer Jennifer Centazzo walks through the dining area of a Westchester home during an open house in December. Comment?
Friday | via WebWire
Foreclosure rates have been steadily decreasing in most parts of the country. According to recent media reports, even with this trend, California still has one of the highest number of completed foreclosure rates in the country. Comment?
Friday | via The Daily Record
Short of cash, burdened by student debt and unsettled in their careers, young adults are biding time in apartments for longer periods and buying their first homes later in life. The typical first-timer now rents for six years before buying, up from 2.6 years in the early 1970s, according to a new analysis by the real estate data firm Zillow. Comment?
10 min ago | via Wandsworth Guardian
China's economic problems are "unlikely" to derail plans to raise interest rates in the UK, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has claimed. The Chinese slowdown and rattled investor confidence this week prompted expectations that rate increases might be taken off the agenda in the short term in both the US and UK, where the cost of borrowing has remained at 0.5% for more than six years. Comment?
24 min ago | via WLOS
Complaints against mortgage companies continue to stream in from financial consumers in North Carolina nine years after the start of the U.S. housing crisis. The Charlotte Observer reports problems with mortgage lenders and servicers have been the top customer complaint reported to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau since the regulator began collecting them in 2011. Comment?
35 min ago | via Builder
The NAHB's Paul Emrath mined fresh data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency showing the mortgage rate for buying newly built homes increased to 3.98% in July, up 12 basis points from June. That marks the highest rate since December 2014. Comment?
35 min ago | via Builder
Prices are so high in the Bay Area real-estate market that sellers often get $100,000 or more than the asking price, according to the Wall Street Journal's Candace Jackson . Bidding wars are common in this extreme seller's market, and sellers who invest $15,000 or more in marketing or prep work when listing their homes can see their investment balloon many times over. Comment?
41 min ago | via The Sand Trap
I'm a business analyst for the city I live in. Work 10 minutes from home and don't have to get on the highway which a lot of people don't get to say in Dallas For the last 22 years I have been a police officer. Comment?
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