White Lake Real Estate News
Real Estate news for White Lake, MI continually updated from thousands of sources.
Tuesday Sep 1 | via Metro Times
If you live in Detroit's suburbs and always thought poverty was an urban problem, think again. That's the takeaway from some pretty heavy hitters in the sociological field. Comment?
Jul 22, 2015 | via Lake Orion Review
Building a home for a veteran and her family in Springfield Township was just the beginning for My Habitat Clarkston. Now the local Habitat for Humanity group has set its sights on property in Independence Township. Comment?
Jul 21, 2015 | via Patch.com
Built in 1953 and featured in Better Homes & Gardens as "the house you asked for," house on the market for the first time in a decade. American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed structures to be in harmony with nature. Comment?
Jul 21, 2015 | via Patch.com
The complaints said Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner and Wayne County Treasurer Raymond Wojtowicz failed to provide the former owners of the properties with due process, equal protection and just compensation. One of the property owners in the class, Andre Ohanessian, told The Detroit News that he didn't know until his neighbor informed him that a 2.7-acre lot in Orchard Lake Village property had been sold for $6,000 for alleged failure to pay taxes from 2011 to 2013. Comment?
Jul 20, 2015 | via Michigan Radio
Michigan's two largest counties are illegally foreclosing on thousands of properties for delinquent taxes, according to class-action lawsuits filed this month. But in doing so they've denied property owners their due process rights, according to the lawsuits filed in circuit courts for both counties. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 1 | via National Mortgage News
The wider the net you cast when searching for financing, the better. It only makes sense to look beyond your local bank or mortgage company, and one place you may not have thought about is your friendly neighborhood credit union. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via C & G Newspapers
Those looking for a bit of inspiration might find it at an upcoming event where a national speaker will talk about surviving and thriving in today's changing world. The "success seminar" is free, with speaker Will Weaver fronting the cost himself. Comment?
Thursday Aug 13 | via MLive.com
Most Michigan middle class families are poorer than their parents, when their incomes are adjusted for inflation. The impact can be seen at Macomb Community College, which operates two food banks for its students. 2 comments
Wednesday Aug 12 | via State of Michigan
LANSING, MICH. Michigan native Dean Franchi was a step behind in 2012 and at risk of losing the only home his five children had ever known when he discovered Michigan State Housing Development Authority's Step Forward Program. Comment?
Monday Aug 10 | via ClickOnDetroit
One newly exonerated inmate walks free every couple of months in Michigan, which has released more innocent prisoners than all but four states. Julie Baumer was one of them, missing four years of family life and career advancement due to a child abuse conviction after her nephew's head injuries were mistakenly blamed on shaken-baby trauma. Comment?
30 min ago | via Berkshire Eagle
Strategic Asset Services, a subsidiary of the Texas-based real estate holding company that owns the Berkshire Mall, said it remains committed to the Lanesborough shopping complex. "We have no plans to sell the mall, and are conversely looking to invest in the mall," the company said in a statement. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Walton Sun
Treasure Sands, the newest beach community development in Miramar Beach, offers nine single-family homes, each spanning three stories with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and each having a private pool. What's more, these EarthCents homes give buyers peace of mind, as they are not only quality construction, but also energy efficient; a cost savings that pays owners back year after year via lower utility bills. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Samoa News
As a self-employed commercial real estate agent, Ted Miller was eager to sign up for health insurance via the Hawaii Health Connector. "I need the health insurance, every day is a bit of a gamble without it" he said. Comment?
Yesterday | via SiliconValley.com
Incomes are stagnating and rents are rising. In steps Angela Boyd, managing director of the Make Room campaign, which aims to address the nationwide rental crisis. Comment?
2 hrs ago | via Reuters
Sweden's government has reached an agreement with opposition parties on a proposal that will force home owners to pay off some of the principal on new mortgage loans, in a move aimed at cooling the country's housing market. Currently, around 70 percent of Swedish home owners have interest-only mortgages, meaning they do not pay off any of the principal of the loan they have borrowed. Comment?
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