Walnut Real Estate News
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Oct 5, 2016 | via Bureau County Republican
Everett J. Solon, market president for Centrue Bank, recently announced the addition of Erika N. Sprong and Ashley D. Holloway to the bank's mortgage sales team. As mortgage loan originators, they will be responsible for assisting customers throughout Bureau County and surrounding markets with home loans including purchases, refinances and new construction. Comment?
Jul 8, 2016 | via Bureau County Republican
First State Bank is announcing that Betty J. Lundeen has been named mortgage originator for Princeton and the surrounding Bureau County market area. Lundeen will be working out of the Princeton branch of First State Bank. Comment?
May 3, 2016 | via Bureau County Republican
John J. DuBois, president/CEO of Central Bank Illinois, recently announced the appointment of Tracy Makransky as assistant vice president, real estate loan officer for the company's Princeton branch. Makransky will be responsible for developing and managing the bank's real estate loan portfolio, including secondary market lending through the market area. Comment?
Apr 26, 2016 | via Bureau County Republican
Gail Pyszka, chief executive officer, Illini Valley Association of Realtors congratulates Linda Taglia, 1st Farm Credit Services, as the recipient of the 2016 Affiliate Recognition Award for the Illini Valley Association of Realtors with Alice Green, United Country Starved Rock Realty, President of the Illini Valley Association of Realtors. The Illini Valley Association of Realtors' annual awards banquet was held at Senica's Oak Ridge Golf Club in LaSalle. Comment?
Apr 22, 2016 | via Bureau County Republican
Editor's note: The following guest commentary exceeds the Bureau County Republican's 500-word limit for letters to the editor, therefore, the BCR will consider a guest commentary with an opposing view. Contact BCR Editor Terri Simon at 815-875-4461, ext. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 30 | via Switched
A bank is granting free money to help you with a down payment on a house! It sounds too good to be true, but it actually is true. Here are the details. Comment?
Monday Nov 28 | via National Mortgage News
Home buying in the Chicago area plunged sharply in October, continuing a downward trend in sales that began over the summer. In October sales fell 6.3 percent in the Chicago metropolitan area compared with a year earlier, according to a report released Tuesday by Illinois Realtors. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 23 | via Bureau County Republican
A drop in the number of homes on the market and a typical seasonal slowdown helped drive Illinois home sales lower in October, even as median home prices continued to post solid annual gains, according to Illinois REALTORS. Statewide home sales in October 2016 totaled 12,469 homes sold, down 5.4 percent from 13,186 in October 2015. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 22 | via 95Q
November 22 - A drop in the number of homes on the market and a typical seasonal slowdown helped drive Illinois home sales lower in October even as median home prices continued to post solid annual gains, according to Illinois REALTORS. Statewide home sales in October 2016 totaled 12,469 homes sold, down 5.4 percent from 13,186 in October 2015. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 15 | via Lincoln Daily News
USDA Rural Development in Illinois today recognized State Bank of Lincoln as the top lender for the Illinois Single-Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program in fiscal year 2016. Comment?
10 min ago | via Benzinga
This week, shares of Federal National Mortgage Assctn Fnni Me and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp spiked more than 50 percent following comments by President-elect Donald Trump's newly-appointed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. On CNBC Wednesday, Mnuchin confirmed his appointment to the position and said that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac can't continue to be owned by the government . Comment?
1 hr ago | via Fox News
Homeownership has always seemed to represent the American Dream, which is why so many families scrimp and save to buy a place to call their own. But recent data suggests that the dream may be dying. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Newms360.com
Pat Robertson, executive director of the Mississippi Public Employees' Retirement System , tells legislators and retirees to think of PERS' massive $16.8 billion funding shortfall as a mortgage: "Having an unfunded liability is analogous to having a mortgage and making mortgage payments faithfully every month." Well, PERS' deficit "mortgage" does not work like yours and mine. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Connecticut Post
The balance of power in the US housing market will shift from sellers to buyers by 2019, according to experts surveyed by Zillow. The number of prospective homebuyers grew through the economic recovery, attracted by historically low mortgage rates and steady jobs growth. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Fox News
When it's time to sell your home, it's tempting to make a bunch of expensive changes in order to appeal to prospective buyers. That temptation could become even stronger if early showings or an open house results in feedback on the lack of expensive finishes, hardwood floors, or a revamped kitchen. Comment?
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