Waterford Real Estate News
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Wednesday Oct 22 | via C & G Newspapers
Plans for the original development came to a screeching halt years ago due to a decline in the economy, and the property has sat deserted since 2008. The complex - which is located on the east side of Telegraph Road, north of Square Lake Road - straddles the border of Bloomfield Township and Pontiac. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | via ClickOnDetroit
POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR AN OLDER BLUE OR GRAY CHEVY ASTRO VAN. AND TONIGHT MYSTERY SOLVED. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 30 | via MLive.com
The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. The Federal Housing Finance Agency's Home Affordable Refinance Program has refinanced over 3.2 million underwater mortgages since it was created in 2009, and there are still 58,989 Michigan home loans still eligible for the help, including 11,932 in Wayne County, 6,727 in Oakland County and 6,230 in Macomb County. Comment?
Sep 17, 2014 | via Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
While I focus on urban or center city revitalization, the reality is that the characteristics of successful community improvement are universal, even if community characteristics and opportunities for improvement vary from place to place. People often make the mistake of thinking "universally" or "globally" when the reality is that community improvement works at the scale of a district. Comment?
Sep 16, 2014 | via Patch.com
A program backed by the Troubled Asset Relief Act has helped more than 550 Oakland County residents remain in their homes. A program that helps Oakland County homeowners pay off delinquent property taxes, interest and fees just received its five-millionth dollar, according to a news release. Comment?
Yesterday | via USA Today
On a quiet street on this city's West Side is an unassuming home for sale with an unusual secret: a pipe organ bigger than ones in most churches. Home for sale has 2,300-pipe organ GRAND RAPIDS - On a quiet street on this city's West Side is an unassuming home for sale with an unusual secret: a pipe organ bigger than ones in most churches. Comment?
23 hrs ago | via Michigan Radio
An ad run by Democrat Bobby Mckenzie in Michigan's 11th Congressional District race won a dubious distinction recently. The Washington Post called it "one of the most brutal attack ads you'll ever see." Comment?
Tuesday Oct 28 | via Mortgage News Daily
This is the season that CEOs are asking underlings for 2015 projections, and of course no one wants to tell the boss that volume is going to go down. The MBA is here to help! It is forecasting that mortgage volume will increase 7.4% in 2015 . Comment?
Monday Oct 27 | via Michigan Radio
That's the conclusion of a national study by the Urban Institute, which examined 100 million mortgages from 2001 to 2013. Taz George, a researcher with the Urban Institute's Housing Finance Policy Center, says there's a distinct trend in the number of loans issued and to whom. Comment?
Sunday Oct 26 | via Daily Kos
You might think it sounds like a shameless joke, but " Foreclosure King " is the moniker for David Trott - Michigan's Republican Party candidate in the 11th Congressional District. His firm proudly boasts of pushing 80,000 homes through the foreclosure mill in the past year. Comment?
3 min ago | via This Is Lancashire
Royal Bank of Scotland wrote off another A 780 million for past misconduct today and suggested more pain was to come before taxpayers would see a return on their A 46 billion bail-out of the lender. The bank indicated that despite reporting a third quarter in a row of profits for the first time since it nearly collapsed in the financial crisis, further work was needed to reshape the group before it could return to private hands or start paying a dividend. Comment?
21 min ago | via Business World
Bank of Ireland this morning said that the proportion of defaulted loans on its books continues to decline while it continued to generate capital "at a significant pace' in the third quarter. It said the volume of defaulted loans stood at E16.4 billion at the end of September, down E1.9 billion on the previous quarter. Comment?
32 min ago | via People's Daily Online
China's decision to relax mortgage lending rules a month ago has helped market sentiment and sales, but pressure in the property sector remains due to excess inventory. Data from the China Index Academy revealed that, from Oct. 19 to Oct. 25, residential property sales in most of the 21 monitored first- and second-tier cities rose, with sales growth in Beijing and Shenzhen hitting 17.78 percent and 36.13 percent, respectively, compared with last month. Comment?
46 min ago | via Business Journal
With the second largest market share of new home construction, more people are calling Forsyth County home. It is especially perfect for families looking for spacious homes and great schools, say a number of area home builders and experts in the real estate market. Comment?
46 min ago | via Business Journal
New home development in Gwinnett County may not be what it was in the early 2000s, but it is headed in the right direction, say area home builders and real estate agents. Between 2000 and 2006, 4,000 to 5,000 homes were sold in Gwinnett County, according to Paul Corley , CEO of Atlanta-based Edward Andrews Homes. Comment?
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