Vineland Real Estate News
Real Estate news for Vineland, NJ continually updated from thousands of sources.
May 17, 2016 | via The Reminder
A year-over-year first quarter look at the Cumberland County real estate market shows the average sales price decreased 10.4 percent to $126,608, while median sales price slipped 7 percent to $126,000, according to the South Jersey Real Estate Market Report. The report also revealed that sellers received 90.5 percent of the original listing price, which is an increase of 1.3 percent. Comment?
Mar 24, 2016 | via NJ.com
In Cumberland County, the average home sale price in 2015 was $150,949 - half the statewide average of $397,279. This is an increase compared to 2005 when the average was $133,057 but an overall decrease compared to 2010's average of $161,681. Comment?
Mar 1, 2016 | via The Reminder
A year over year fourth quarter comparison of the Cumberland County real estate market shows the average sales price decreased 2.3 percent to $130,868, while median sales price rose 2.8 percent to $135,700, according to the South Jersey Real Estate Market Report. The report also revealed that sellers received 91.3 percent of the original listing price, which is an increase of 2.9 percent. Comment?
Dec 15, 2015 | via The Reminder
A year over year second quarter look at the Cumberland County real estate market shows the average sales price decreased 0.2 percent to $137,542, while median sales price rose 7 percent to $137,250. The report also revealed that sellers received 92.1 percent of the original listing price, which is an increase of 0.5 percent. Comment?
Nov 16, 2015 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
's stock had its "outperform" rating reiterated by equities researchers at RBC Capital in a research report issued to clients and investors on Monday, ARN reports. They currently have a $30.00 target price on the stock, down from their prior target price of $33.00. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 22 | via Courier News
Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Many Central Jersey homeowners 'underwater' on mortgage Eight years after the housing bubble burst, many homeowners in Central Jersey still owe more than their homes are worth. Comment?
Monday Jun 20 | via NorthJersey.com
"Instead of welcoming this prospect, New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement has imposed a roadblock that is inappropriate and unnecessary. Despite Polo North only being a landlord, the Division is requiring it to comply with the more extensive licensing standards imposed on casino operators as opposed to the less stringent standards imposed on vendors. Comment?
Saturday Jun 4 | via The Item
Now, they'd like to downsize into a place with no stairs. But they feel they can't move, because real estate agents have told them their home would probably sell for about $330,000. Comment?
May 25, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
The number of U.S. houses left vacant because of foreclosure was down at the start of the second quarter compared with the same period last year. But New Jersey's share of these so-called zombies continues to be tops in the nation, real estate information provider RealtyTrac said Thursday. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via The Newark Star-Ledger
While the housing market rebounds to pre-recession numbers in many states, New Jersey is still struggling to push properties through the foreclosure process, leaving the state with one of the leading foreclosure rates nationwide and the highest number of vacant homes in distress. As of April, just under one-half of a percent of homes across the United States are in the the foreclosure process, a dip from last year's overall activity at 0.82 percent, which was a nine year low. Comment?
9 min ago | via Truro Daily News
Suicide and poor housing are two of the biggest issues facing aboriginal youth today, says an indigenous leader from Charlottetown. Jenna Burke, a fourth-year political science student at UPEI, spoke this week to the Senate on aboriginal issues. Comment?
15 min ago | via The Daily Advance
Officials say foreclosures are declining in Wayne County in part due to door-to-door outreach and other programs designed to help residents. The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News report the Wayne County treasurer's office is forecasting an almost 36 percent drop from about 28,000 last year to 18,000 this year in the number of properties headed to auction for failing to pay three years of taxes. Comment?
20 min ago | via SouthCoastToday.com
Italian Premier Matteo Renzi says Brussels can't afford to spend a "year on procedures" for Britain's exit from the European Union. Briefing the Senate Monday, Renzi noted the EU "spent a year on negotiations" aimed at satisfying Britain ahead of last week's referendum. Comment?
22 min ago | via The Washington Post
America's urban downtowns were neglected for decades, abandoned for newer malls in the suburbs and bigger homes on the edge of town. The construction of new highways helped speed their decline. Comment?
38 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
The firm currently has a $9.50 price target on the stock, up from their prior price target of $8.00. Wunderlich's price objective points to a potential upside of 1.82% from the company's previous close. Comment?
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