Wadesville Real Estate News
Yesterday | via The Indianapolis Star
'Zombie home' amendment scares Indy officials At issue are so-called "zombie homes" - abandoned foreclosed properties that no one is maintaining. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1G0mllf A measure moving through the Indiana General Assembly was billed as an effort to give cities more tools to fight blight and crack down on abandoned homes that destabilize neighborhoods. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 15 | via Indianapolis Business News
Central Indiana home transactions slipped in March after rising the first two months of the year. Comment?
Monday Apr 6 | via FindLaw
The Grants present the following dispositive issue for review: Was dismissal of the Bank's second foreclosure action against the Grants required where the first action was dismissed under Indiana Trial Rule 41 ?  The Grants have lived in their Indianapolis home for over thirty years. On January 28, 2004, they executed a note in the principal amount of $127,500 with Paragon Home Lending, LLC. To secure payment of the note, the Grants executed a mortgage. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 8 | via The Indianapolis Star
Consumer protections for distressed homeowners to stay in place Mortgage bankers group had fought to scale back the program, which it said was expensive and time-consuming. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1yeevVr A loan-modication program in Indiana requiring court-supervised settlement conferences for distressed homeowners will remain in place. Comment?
Sunday Mar 22 | via Journal Gazette
Housing advocates say an Indiana law that has helped thousands of residents avoid foreclosure could be gutted under a bill lawmakers are considering. Comment?
6 min ago | via Daily Kos
As Capital & Main explained : "It happens every spring: The start of baseball season and the Chamber of Commerce's assault on legislation designed to improve the lives of Californians - many of them our most vulnerable residents." This time, The California Chamber of Commerce put Assembly Bill 244 on their "Jobs Killer" list. Comment?
35 min ago | via The Bennington Banner
For many families, April is the month that one of their college-bound members will hear the news that she/he has been accepted or rejected by one or several of America's 4,700 institutions of higher education. What has also entered into the discussion of college acceptance range from - Is it worth the cost? - Class hours having diminished from 40 hours per week to the 20s - Tenured professors delegating teaching to graduate assistants - A much-condensed academic year, and so on. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Independent
But borrowers must pay a 40% deposit before they can take out the deal, as well as a hefty booking fee. Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Isegoria
The spirit of our age takes a dim view of rules governing everyday life and a dimmer view of living communally, but these were cornerstones of St. Benedict 's way of life: We've come to see ourselves as, each one of us, needing to invent our own unique way of life, governed by our instincts and what we most feel like doing in the moment. As for the idea of community, though it might cross our minds every now and then , nothing in modern capitalism enables us to imagine how we'd ever manage to make the group, rather than the 'I', the center of things. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via San Mateo Daily Journal
California home prices reached fresh seven-year-highs in March, a research firm said Friday, helping sales rebound from a two-month slide as some homeowners put their property on the market to reap gains. The median sales price for new and existing houses and condominiums was $397,000, up about 5 percent from $378,000 in February and about 6 percent from $376,000 in March 2014, CoreLogic said. Comment?
Copyright © 2015 Topix LLC