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Apr 12, 2016 | via The Advocate
The Baker City Council on Tuesday night voted to annex 50 acres of land off Groom Road, west of the city limits, for a potential new industrial development. a large engine repair company on U.S. 61 in St. Francisville, is buying the land and plans to build at least one 10,000- to 15,000-square-foot warehouse on the site, Randy Herring, the real estate agent representing the company, told the council. Comment?
Thursday Jul 14 | via KNOE-TV Monroe
Thanks to big companies like Century link and reports of improved schools many people are flocking to Ouachita Parish to find a home, but it's going to be harder then they might think. According to the Northeast Louisiana Association of Realtors there's been more than 700 homes sold so far this year. Comment?
Thursday Jun 30 | via Baton Rouge Business Report
East Baton Rouge is among five Louisiana parishes that have a sizable share of the 4,000 Louisiana borrowers who are are owed money from a settlement with mortgage servicers stemming from the 2008 housing bubble bust. The Louisiana Department of Treasury says it has received the $2.4 million foreclosure settlement and is encouraging residents to search for the money online or to call the office's toll-free hotline at 1-888-925-4127. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 29 | via KATC-TV Lafayette
More than 4,000 borrowers in Louisiana are owed money from a settlement with mortgage servicers stemming from the 2008 housing bubble burst, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy. "If you lost your home to foreclosure during the national credit crisis, check our Unclaimed Property database to see if you're owed some money," said Kennedy. Comment?
Jun 15, 2016 | via BayouBuzz.com
The Louisiana legislature thorough the House Ways and Means Committee are deciding on whether to fill the roughly $450M hole or cut TOPS, K-12, and other programs. Through the actions of Republicans in the House of Representatives, especially those who serve on the House Ways and Means Committee, the special session has shown John Bel Edwards we will not succumb to unreasonable taxation. Comment?
Jun 8, 2016 | via Daily World
Edwards tax plan takes a hit Democratic committee chair casts tie-breaking vote to stall key bill Check out this story on dailyworld.com: Rep. Joe Bouie, D-New Orleans, listens to testimony about tax bills during a hearing of the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday in Baton Rouge. Gov. John Bel Edwards called on lawmakers Tuesday to raise millions of dollars more in taxes aimed at closing budget holes and stopping cuts to health care services and education programs. Comment?
7 min ago | via RTE.ie
This week proved to be a particularly busy one on the financial results front, with a raft of Irish, European and US companies releasing data on their quarterly and half-yearly performances. Permanent TSB set the ball rolling on Wednesday, announcing a return to post-tax profit for the first time since before the financial crisis. Comment?
9 min ago | via Greenwich Citizen
Housing developers and the city want to increase affordable housing in Bend. But with skyrocketing property values and dozens of people moving to Bend each month, developers often struggle to find ways to break even when building homes for Bend's poorest residents. Comment?
12 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Mortgage Advice Bureau PLC insider Verdin ,Richard bought 416 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Friday, July 29th. The shares were purchased at an average price of GBX 285 per share, with a total value of A 1,185.60 . Comment?
14 min ago | via Daily Political
Zacks Investment Research currently has $20.00 target price on the financial services provider's stock. According to Zacks, "Fidelity Southern Corporation, through its operating subsidiary Fidelity Bank, provides a wide range of banking, mortgage and investment services through branches in Atlanta, Georgia. Comment?
17 min ago | via The Real Deal
Congressional Democrats and Republicans haven't agreed on much lately, but they're together on one issue that affects condominium buyers and sellers across the country: The Federal Housing Administration has bungled its condo finance program. In a rare moment of bipartisanship before heading home for the summer, the Senate unanimously passed legislation that will require the FHA to lighten up on its condo financing regulations and make low down payment FHA loans more available to the people they are supposed to serve - moderate-income buyers, many of them minorities and first-time purchasers, who turn to condominiums as their most affordable option. Comment?
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