Willingboro Real Estate News
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Thursday Aug 20 | via The Jersey Journal
We lack enough space in our classrooms to meet the burgeoning demand of students who want to pursue a degree. In fall 2014, approximately 21 million students attended American colleges and universities, an increase of about 5.7 million since fall 2000, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Philly.com
Alleging a "miscarriage of justice," attorneys for former NFL star Irving Fryar and his mother are urging a judge to either overturn a jury's verdicts convicting the two in a $1.2 million mortgage fraud or grant a new trial. Motions filed by the defense in Superior Court in Mount Holly late last week say the convictions came despite a lack of evidence and because of prosecutorial misconduct. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 4 | via Philly.com
The lawyers defending former Eagles player Irving Fryar and his mother, Allene McGhee, against mortgage fraud charges rested their case in a Mount Holly courtroom Tuesday without calling any witnesses. Fryar, 52, of Springfield Township, Burlington County, and McGhee, 74, a retired school bus driver from Willingboro, both decided against taking the stand to testify after the prosecution completed its case and the jury trial entered its third week. Comment?
Aug 3, 2015 | via Patch.com
Habitat for Humanity is currently seeking veterans, active-duty, and reserve servicemen and women who are interested in becoming homebuyers through the Affordable Homeownership Program. The two-story duplex, located on Inman Street , will be sold to hard working households composed of one to four family members through a 0%-interest mortgage determined by the income of the homebuyer . Comment?
Jul 30, 2015 | via The Jersey Journal
A former financial broker took the stand at the conspiracy trial of former Eagle Irving Fryar and his mother on Wednesday, testifying that he had helped the pair defraud numerous financial institutions out of nearly $700,000 in home equity loans, according to a report on Philly.com. Comment?
Yesterday | via National Mortgage News
SourceMedia's Partner Insights program enables marketers to deliver relevant content and insights directly to the National Mortgage News audience via SourceMedia's digital media platforms. Partner Insights content is produced by the marketer. Comment?
Friday Aug 28 | via WTVM
A family of bears was seen in a backyard frolicking in a pool earlier this week, and yesterday they were found digging through the neighborhood trash cans for a snack. "It used to be a big surprise if you saw one," resident David Horowitz said. Comment?
Thursday Aug 20 | via Information Technology
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB-' rating on the following New Jersey Economic Development Authority revenue bonds issued on behalf of United Methodist Homes of New Jersey : The bonds are supported by a pledge of gross receipts of the obligated group , a debt service reserve fund, and a mortgage lien on obligated group property. STEADY OPERATING PERFORMANCE: The 'BBB-' rating affirmation reflects UMH's very consistent and solid operating performance, coupled with minimal reliance on entrance fees or investment gains. Comment?
Jul 31, 2015 | via Nurse.com
The aftermath of Superstorm Sandy continues to affect thousands of New Jersey residents and may increase the odds of residents experiencing mental health distress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, according to a new study. Findings from the Sandy Child and Family Health Study, a representative population study of 1 million New Jersey residents, showed the primary homes of more than 100,000 residents were structurally damaged by the storm. Comment?
Friday Aug 7 | via Bloomberg
The average mortgage-origination fee fell 22 percent in the 12 months through June to $1,041 as nontraditional lenders gave borrowers more options, pushing banks to make concessions to stay competitive, according to an annual survey by Bankrate Inc. Charges are declining even as banks struggle with costly regulations spurred by the 2008 financial crisis, said Greg McBride, Bankrate's chief financial analyst. "The new players entering the market are forcing established lenders to cut fees even though compliance costs for everyone are going higher," McBride said in an interview. Comment?
6 min ago | via Western Telegraph
Younger home buyers and people taking their first step on the housing ladder spend less than an hour on average viewing a property before snapping it up, a survey has found. One in 20 people surveyed had not viewed their property at all before buying it, according to the findings from Which? Mortgage Advisers. Comment?
9 min ago | via The Tribune
With the Federal Reserve edging into the spotlight, Friday's jobs report for August could trigger eventual changes in Americans' financial lives. That's because a healthy job gain would provide one of the final pieces of evidence the Fed needs to start raising interest rates from record lows on Sept. Comment?
13 min ago | via Professor Bainbridge on Wine
Abstract : This congressional testimony summarizes the effects on consumers and the economy of Dodd-Frank, the Durbin Amendment the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and other government regulations enacted in the wake of the recent financial crisis. The testimony notes that the combined effect of these laws and regulations has resulted in higher bank fees, a dramatic reduction in access to free checking, an increase in the number of unbanked consumers, a dramatic reduction in access to credit cards for low-income consumers, and continued low access to mortgages, especially among lower-income and higher-risk borrowers. Comment?
13 min ago | via Niners Nation
Ahhhh, football and video games, these, are some of my favorite things. And when I can do a Throwback Thursday where both are involved...it's a good week. Comment?
17 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
It is widely accepted rising rates will help the banking majors flourish, but we need to look at the underlying performance of each bank carefully. Bank of America is one of the largest banks in the United States by assets and has a market capitalization of $166 billion based on its current share price of $15.91. Comment?
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