Trail Real Estate News
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Aug 7, 2015 | via The Ashland Daily Tidings
Single-family home sales in Jackson County soared 32.5 percent between May 1 and July 31, pushing the median price 10.5 percent higher than a year ago. The countywide median hit $237,500, up from $215,000, as 812 homes changed hands during the three-month period, compared to 613 a year ago, according to figures compiled by Southern Oregon Multiple Listing Service. Comment?
Jul 14, 2015 | via OregonLive.com
Van Vliet, head of Oregon Housing and Community Services, decided in recent months she has no interest in expanding a program that has rescued 181 families from foreclosure and, Sten argues, turns a profit for the state. in Jackson County - is "subsiding." Comment?
Yesterday | via Daily Mail
PICTURED: The nine victims of the Oregon gunman, 26, including a trainee nurse, 19, a recovered addict who was turning his life around, and a 59-year-old mature student are named by police EXCLUSIVE: Oregon college shooter was a friendless oddball who had frequent temper tantrums, no friends, wore cargo short and combat boots and had screaming fights with his mother, say former neighbors 'He wasn't going to stand and watch something horrific happen': The hero Army veteran who was shot seven times as he 'charged at Oregon college shooter' 'He told Christians they would meet God in one second - then shot them': Harrowing survival story of student who played dead in college massacre EXCLUSIVE: 'Look at the a** on her.' Comment?
Saturday Sep 26 | via OregonLive.com
A prosperous Portland, seen from the east bank of the Willamette River in a file photo, could be a victim of its own success if the growth in jobs fails to match the projected growth in population. Few narratives have taken hold as powerfully as the fearful complaint middle class jobs are disappearing and, worse, that post-recession job growth occurs mainly in the low-wage category and to some extent in the higher income classes. Comment?
Thursday Sep 17 | via The Oregonian
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales, in a file photo from last year, said his proposed fee for tearing down a house is intended to dissuade builders from demolishing habitable structures that help define Portland's neighborhoods. The 25 new members of Portland's Residential Infill Stakeholder Advisory Committee barely had time to conduct their first meeting this week when Mayor Charlie Hales proposed a $25,000 tax upon any developer tearing a house down in order to put another one or two up. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 16 | via OregonLive.com
Ken Perry can chart the rise and fall of the mortgage industry through the mood of the crowd at his training seminars. It was easy to be a broker a decade ago, at the height of the housing boom. Comment?
Friday Sep 11 | via The Oregonian
Realtor Quinn Irvine says somebody plastered a "no Californians" sticker on one of his For Sale signs in North Portland. After publication of a story about Portlanders slapping "no Californians" stickers on For Sale signs, the Internet exploded with reaction. Comment?
44 min ago | via ABC Action News
On a recent Saturday morning, a Home Depot employee was instructing a group of new home-owners on everything they might ever need to know about toilets. "Now let's talk about repair," Marcie Chester began as the group listened with surprisingly rapt attention. Comment?
49 min ago | via Atlanta Real Estate Forum
As 2015 comes to a close KM Homes wants to show appreciation to all the hard working Atlanta area real estate agents to help make sure it's your best year yet. To help close the year out right, KM Homes is offering a $1,500 Broker Bonus for any home sold and closed from Oct. 1- Dec. 31! As one of Metro Atlanta's premier new home builders, KM Homes is featuring many of its communities in this exclusive Year End Broker Bonus! From Sugar Hill to Kennesaw, agents can help their clients find their new dream home in their dream location before the holidays. Comment?
59 min ago | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
The Volusia Building Industry Association has invited select top-selling real estate agents in Volusia County's three Realtor associations to be its guests of honor at the group's next general membership meeting. The Oct. 21 event will be from 4 to 6 p.m. at the clubhouse at LPGA International, 1000 Champions Drive, Daytona Beach. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Reuters
Oct 4 Saudi Arabia plans to convert a state-owned housing fund into a bank, the latest in a string of reforms to the economic policy apparatus announced since King Salman took the throne in January, as it struggles to address a shortage of affordable housing. After its conversion the Real Estate Development Fund will offer financing in cooperation with the private sector, the fund said in a statement on Sunday. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Young New Zealanders are being urged to take advantage of low interest rates to reverse the trend towards remaining saddled with debt after 65. The Bank of New Zealand has disclosed research that finds almost one in three homeowners will be older than the traditional retirement age before they throw off the shackles of a home mortgage. That is in stark contrast to the dreams of many younger householders, who expect to be mortgage-free well before then. Comment?
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