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Jun 17, 2009 | via The Times-Tribune
The charred debris and part of a garage wall from a June 17, 2008, arson remain at 1021 Mark Ave., one year after the fire. The victims of an arson one year ago today are still waiting for criminal charges against whomever started the fire that chased families from their homes, destroyed apartments full of belongings and sent a baby to the hospital. Comment?
Apr 15, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
Inc., South Abington Twp., to Phillip J. and Jeanie L. Prall, both of South Abington Twp.; a property at Country Club Road, South Abington Twp., for $320,000. a- Gerald F. and Susan H. Capone, and Christian Capone, all of Dunmore, to Stephen A. Kane and Donna J. Krupski, both of Dunmore; a property at 705 E. Warren St., Dunmore, for $119,900. Comment?
Mar 28, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER The Lackawanna County Tax Claim Bureau conducts a judicial sale of tax-delinquent properties in the county courthouse Monday morning. Properties in Scranton accounted for more than a third of the 55 parcels the Lackawanna County Tax Claim Bureau sold during Monday's judicial sale of tax-delinquent properties. Comment?
Mar 27, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
The public will have a chance to bid on 369 tax-delinquent properties at the Lackawanna County Tax Claim Bureau's judicial sale today. The list includes some single-family homes and apartment buildings that could be of interest to aspiring landlords, as well as some lots that could be packaged together into developable parcels in rural parts of the county, said Ronald Koldje-ski, director of the tax claim bureau. Comment?
Mar 15, 2016 | via The Times-Tribune
The Scranton location of Habitat for Humanity filed a lawsuit against Nationwide Insurance, alleging the company wrongly denied a claim for fire damage to a city home. Habitat is the mortgage holder on a home at 106 Hope Way that sustained more than $50,000 in damage from an accidental fire on May 21, according to the lawsuit. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Philly.com
A national ranking service this year rated the Chesterbrook section of Chester County as the best suburban community in the country in which to buy a house. So, understandably, neighbors are upset about what has happened to a property on the Armstrong Court cul-de-sac. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via Albany Times Union
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services , the largest broker in Pennsylvania and Ohio, announced Wednesday morning it has acquired RealtyUSA, which says it is New York state's largest residential real estate broker. "I have known and respected the Hanna family for years. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 5 | via Inman News
According to the CoreLogic U.S. Home Price Insights Report, home prices, including distressed sales, are up 1.3 percent month-over-month, and up 5.9 percent year-over-year. CoreLogic predicts that June's home prices, including distressed sales, will rise 0.8 percent month-over-month and 5.3 percent year-over-year. Comment?
Friday Jun 24 | via Daily Mail
Get out now! Furious EU leaders demand Britain makes quick exit from the EU as Prime Minister David Cameron resigns and global markets plummet over historic referendum vote to leave Europe PIERS MORGAN: No wonder Trump looks happy - Britain's exit from Europe should leave Hillary Clinton shaking in her boots and Donald knows it! Rating agency CUTS British credit outlook to 'negative' as European finance ministers say Brexit will limit British banks' access to EU markets It wasn't me! Obama shrugs off his humiliating failure to stop Britain quitting Europe by claiming 'globalization' was to blame for shock result Donald Trump says 'always wrong Obama' and Clinton pushed the British out of Europe by lecturing them to stay - and Americans will be next 'to take their country Brexit doesn't mean Hillary will lose the election, claims her campaign, after British ignored her demand they vote to ... (more) Comment?
Jun 23, 2016 | via Housing Wire
Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Penn, once one of the faces of the government's mortgage relief efforts, said Thursday that he plans resign from the House of Representatives immediately after being convicted earlier this week on a host of fraud and corruption charges. While in Congress, Fattah backed the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 's Emergency Homeowner Loan Program , but earlier this week, he and three of his associates were found guilty for their roles in a racketeering conspiracy that stemmed from Fattah's failed 2007 campaign to serve as mayor of Philadelphia. Comment?
5 min ago | via Inman News
The California Association of Realtors filed a federal lawsuit against Massachusetts-based PDFfiller Inc., alleging the tech firm has copied, published and sold at least 64 of CAR's copyrighted real estate forms "many hundreds of thousands of times, and possibly millions of times" through its website without authorization. Apartment List released its July rent report for Los Angeles, finding rents were flat over June, but L.A. continues to be one of California's most expensive cities for renters. Comment?
6 min ago | via Thanh Nein News
For Beijing resident Nie Miao, spending 5,000 yuan on a new iPhone 6S from Apple Inc. "just isn't an option." That's because the lion's share of his 7,000 yuan monthly pay goes toward the mortgage on the downtown apartment he bought last year. Comment?
13 min ago | via Yuma Sun
Even the most savvy money handlers can fall on hard times when unexpected circumstances push your budget beyond its limits. These ideas may help you emerge from a tough financial situation and get back on track. Comment?
15 min ago | via Daily Mail
Companies are increasingly switching full-time employees into contract-based work, pushing them to go self-employed amid Brexit-fuelled economic uncertainty - and it could play havoc with their mortgages. As firms look to manage their workforces in a way that essentially makes it easier for them to hire or fire staff quickly, experts suggest it's likely even more people will be forced into contract work or to start their own business to give them back control. Comment?
52 min ago | via The Washington Post
The hunt for yield is making the bond market less attractive, said Kathleen Gaffney, whose Eaton Vance Bond Fund is surging this year after plunging in 2015. Treasury 10-year yields, the benchmark for everything from U.S. mortgages to dollar bonds in developing nations, dropped to a record this month as investors sought alternatives to negative interest rates in Europe and Japan. Comment?
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