Waveland Real Estate News
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Thursday Apr 21 | via National Mortgage News
Sales of existing homes in Northwest Indiana in March rose nearly 4% over the same month last year, completing a first quarter of the year with an increase of almost 11%. A total of 761 sales were closed in March in the seven counties that comprise the Greater Northwest Indiana Association of Realtors, up 3.8% from March 2015's 733 sales. Comment?
Apr 2, 2016 | via The Hastings Tribune
The former treasurer for a firefighters union in Gary has reached a plea deal in which he admits to using union funds for personal expenses, including his child's private school tuition. Comment?
Mar 20, 2016 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
" Police say two central Indiana sheriff's deputies have been injured and a suspect is dead following a gunfight inside a mobile home. Howard County Sheriff Steven Rogers said at a news conference that Sgt. Comment?
Mar 17, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
Twenty-nine Indiana victims of real estate scams and foreclosure-relief fraud will carve up more than $70,000 from the state. The victims are property owners from eight Indiana counties, including Elkhart, LaPorte and St. Joseph, according to the Indiana attorney general. Comment?
Mar 12, 2016 | via KPC Media Group, Inc.
In conjunction with National Consumer Protection Week, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller's office released its list of the top 10 complaints filed by consumers in 2015, with unwanted calls again leading the pack. Comment?
5 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
Problems like finding the right house, getting insights about a locality and comparing properties can be managed by the e-real-estate giants. Still, buyers want help with paperwork, negotiation, finding and arranging finances and so on -- tasks for which we have yet to create an equally effective online alternative. Comment?
6 min ago | via Inman Real Estate News
'The beauty of real estate is that it is screwy, mixed-up, unreliable, odd hours' -- and other thoughts from our readers Industry professionals on our site talked about the proper protocol when selling a stigmatized home, press release faux pas, whether a real estate license should require a college degree and who will stay relevant in the tech revolution - all in a week's time. Dusty, I see more and more agents leaving the "big box" franchise firms and national firms for either small boutique firms or to start their own. Comment?
11 min ago | via Walton Sun
"A forty room mansion sittin' high on a hill; I ain't ever lived in a place like that and I never will." It's a fascinating conundrum for the soon-to-be or cur-rently retired Baby Boomer, one whose home is completely paid for or will be in short order. Comment?
17 min ago | via Globe and Mail
The Way Home is a series looking at the challenges faced by different generations of people who are in the market for a home - from first-time buyers and growing families to baby boomers who are downsizing. After Rachel and Brandon Eymann moved to Calgary from Lethbridge, Alta., a few years ago, they found themselves at the mercy of the rental market: The couple needed enough space to accommodate his two kids on weekends at a reasonable price in a decent neighbourhood. Comment?
38 min ago | via Atlanta Real Estate Forum
Randi Krasnoff, senior mortgage loan consultant with American Eagle Mortgage, joins host Todd Schnick and co host Carol Morgan on the All About Real Estate edition of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. American Eagle Mortgage is different than any other mortgage company because as Randi states, "we get the job done, we jump over the hurdles, scale the walls, do whatever we need to do to make sure that our borrowers who we have promised can close on a loan on time." Comment?
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