Tubac Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Tubac, AZ continually updated from thousands of sources.
Friday Sep 25 | via The Arizona Republic
If you agree to a settlement with your real estate agent, can you still file a complaint with the state agency? Homeowner distraught over low sale price If you agree to a settlement with your real estate agent, can you still file a complaint with the state agency? Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1KA0O5z Question: My wife and I listed our Peoria home for $130,000 based on the valuation from our real estate agent who lives across the street. We had four offers to buy our home for full price the next day. Comment?
Friday Sep 18 | via Watertown Daily Times
The Watertown Local Development Corp. should know in a few weeks whether a trip to Arizona will bear any good news about recovering money from delinquent loans owed by the former Fort Drum Vehicle Storage. Donald W. Rutherford, CEO of the local development corporation, also known as the Watertown Trust, will head to Prescott for a Nov. 4 public auction to acquire five vacant lots from the parents of the former operators of the now-defunct company. Comment?
Aug 25, 2015 | via Verde Independent
New figures Tuesday from the Federal Housing Finance Agency show that home prices overall in the state rose 6.8 percent in the past year. And when the agency adds in home values, as measured by refinancings, that figure hits 7.0 percent. Comment?
Aug 14, 2015 | via The Arizona Republic
Metro Phoenix is No. 5 ... or 13 or 17 or 31 on real estate lists There are so many housing rankings that it's difficult to discern which lists make sense. Comment?
Jul 21, 2015 | via Mortgage News Daily
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7 min ago | via Daily Echo
Following on from the hugely successful first launch, Southbrook Rise is now about to launch the 2nd floor of the popular South Block with an Exclusive First Time Buyer & Help to Buy event. The event, which is happening on Saturday 17th October from 10am - 1pm, will allow buyers the opportunity to see the new show apartment, plus meet with a mortgage advisor to find out more about the governments Help to Buy scheme. Comment?
21 min ago | via Bangkok Post
Thailand's economy will expand between 2.5% and 3% next year, says Tris Rating Co, indicating that economic recovery may be slow. Growth of Southeast Asia's second-largest economy next year will be propelled by public infrastructure investment, the government's stimulus package, tourism and the US economic recovery, said Nopalak Rakthum, senior executive vice-president of the Thai ratings agency. Comment?
22 min ago | via Reuters
Odds on a cut in Australian interest rates narrowed on Wednesday when the country's second-largest lender sprang a surprise rise in mortgage rates, threatening to dampen home prices and consumer sentiment in an already fragile economy. Westpac Banking Corp lifted its variable mortgage rates for occupiers and investors by 20 basis points, saying the move was necessary to cover rising regulatory costs. Comment?
27 min ago | via HeraldNet
Sanders said the top 0.1 percent of Americans have nearly as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent. PolitiFact, an independent journalistic fact-checker, said Sander's claim is mostly accurate, based on a study on wealth inequality commissioned by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Comment?
37 min ago | via Post-gazette.com
New rules adopted last month by Fannie Mae will allow mortgage applicants to qualify for a home loan by counting the salaries of other relatives who live in the house - although their names may not be listed on the mortgage. It's a move that could potentially help more people qualify to buy homes, as long as it is done carefully, according to one Pittsburgh-area real estate executive. Comment?
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