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2 hrs ago | via American Reporter
Readers who see three YouTube videos on our front page this past week must be curious. Has The Americzan Reporter become tabloid? Is the editor out of his mind? There is a simple explanation, and it is a news-related one. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Housing Wire
New American Funding combines a high-tech approach to originating loans with a high-touch approach to borrowers. It's a formula that has propelled New American Funding from a 40-employee call center in 2003 to a company with more than 1,800 employees and 90 branches today. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via Los Angeles Times
Home prices in Los Angeles and Orange counties posted strong gains in July, rising 6.1% from a year earlier, according to a closely tracked gauge released Tuesday. That was larger than the 4.7% increase seen nationally, the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller index showed. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 22 | via Townhall
Imagine a life of prosperity, success and health all taken from you within months, not by your own doing but by circumstance. For Kai Mooney, that scenario was his reality. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via Patch.com
Overall, assessed value of properties in Los Angeles County jumped by 6.13, which means bigger sale prices and higher property taxes. The assessed value of properties in Los Angeles County jumped by 6.13 percent over the past year, marking the fifth consecutive annual increase, according to figures released today by the assessor's office. Comment?
Saturday Oct 10 | via Redlands Daily Facts
California's housing market will continue to improve into 2016, but a housing shortage and a lack of affordability in some areas will also persist, according to the California Association of Realtors' 2016 California Housing Market Forecast. The forecast, released this week, sees an increase in existing home sales of 6.3 percent to reach 433,000 units next year, up from the projected 2015 sales figure of 407,500 homes sold. Comment?
Friday Oct 9 | via Patch.com
The California median home price is forecast to increase 3.2 percent to $491,300 in 2016, the slowest appreciation rate in five years. California's housing market will continue to improve into 2016, but a shortage of homes on the market and a crimp in housing affordability will persist as well, the California Association of Realtors said Thursday in its 2016 California Housing Market Forecast. Comment?
Friday Oct 9 | via National Mortgage News
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Thursday Oct 8 | via Housing Wire
California's housing market is expected to improve in 2016, but a shortage of available inventory and continuing high costs are expected to limit the improvement, according to a report released Thursday by the California Association of Realtors . According to CAR's 2016 California Housing Market Forecast, existing home sales are expected to rise in 2016 by 6.3% over 2015's expected total. Comment?
Thursday Oct 8 | via Bloomberg
International buyers are accounting for the smallest share of California home sales in at least eight years as prices climb and investors from China, the biggest source of foreign purchases, slow buying, according to the state's Realtors group. The share of international buyers fell this year to less than 4 percent, compared with a peak of 8 percent in 2013, the California Association of Realtors said in a report Thursday. Comment?
4 min ago | via NWAonline
On Saturday Night Live , cast member Cecily Strong skillfully plays a recurring clueless character: Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party. With an intensity matched only by her inebriation, she delivers eye-roll-worthy observations and opinions about the world, like "There are homeless people who can't even pay their mortgages!" and "People who are orphans are twice as likely not to have parents!" and "There are high school students who can't even point out India on a map of Africa." Comment?
27 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
A bill aimed at increasing legal protections for people who buy foreclosed homes is working its way through the state legislature, but faces criticism from opponents who say it would disproportionately harm minorities. “This really is a consumer protection bill,” said the proposal's sponsor, state Sen. Michael Moore, D-Millbury. Comment?
30 min ago | via Salt Lake Tribune
The end of seven years of easy-money Federal Reserve policies may derail a U.S. auto boom fueled by cheap debt, a group of economists said in a recent report. One of the researchers is warning it could also push lenders into making even riskier loans in order to keep cars moving off dealer lots. Comment?
35 min ago | via The Spokesman-Review
Reading former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's new memoir of the financial crisis - "The Courage to Act" - you are reminded how lucky we are. Despite a disappointingly slow economic recovery, it could have been much, much worse. Comment?
35 min ago | via The Washington Post
Taylor, a marketing manager at the consumer goods company until October 2013, and two friends started Three Birds Renovations in July last year. Since then, they have bought and sold three homes in Sydney's northwestern suburbs and made a gross profit of about A$600,000 . Comment?
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