Zumbro Falls Real Estate News
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Tuesday Jun 21 | via Post-Bulletin
A Wykoff man has been ordered to repay more than $66,000 in a case that accuses him, his son and his daughter-in-law of bilking another family member out of nearly $400,000. Donald George Polikowsky, 64, pleaded guilty in April in Olmsted County District Court to one count of aiding and abetting the financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult, a felony. Comment?
Feb 18, 2016 | via KAAL-TV Austin
"I applied for many positions in Florida, and my family suggested I look for work here. Things moved quickly, so I decided to move here," said Rochester resident Belinda Brusch. Comment?
Sep 5, 2015 | via Star Tribune
A 2010 sign for Elk Run Biotechnology Center along Hwy. 52 in Pine Island, Minn. Comment?
Friday Jun 17 | via Star Tribune
A familiar scenario is increasingly playing out across the Twin Cities: Affordable housing being revamped into higher-end rentals with everything from dog spas to granite countertops, forcing out lower-income residents. Now a new funding initiative, the first of its kind in Minnesota, is being created to help reverse that trend. Comment?
Friday Jun 10 | via TwinCities
All of the major candidates running for Congress in Minnesota's 2nd District are millionaires, a fact that could come into play as the campaign's costs mount up. In personal financial disclosure forms filed over recent months, the candidates for the GOP nomination laid out the approximate size of their investments, real estate holdings and bank accounts; disclosed their income over the past two years; and laid out any existing debts. Comment?
Sunday Jun 5 | via Star Tribune
Pink piggy bank being squeezed by a C clamp to represent times when stress is being put on ones saving account. Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Neel Kashkari has been making a lot of waves lately about banks that are "Too Big To Fail" and could require another bailout during an economic downturn. Comment?
Sunday May 29 | via Star Tribune
From still ponds in remote forests to the whitecaps of Lake Superior, lakeshore buyers in vacation home destinations throughout Minnesota are finding lots of options and prices that remain well below pre-recession peaks. Shifting demographics and a radically different postrecession attitude toward investing in a vacation home have kept the lakeshore market far more balanced between buyers and sellers than in the Twin Cities, where scarce listings make it easier to sell than to buy. Comment?
May 27, 2016 | via Fillmore County Journal
STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF FILLMORE DISTRICT COURT THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT Other Civil - Quiet Title Court File No. Comment?
3 min ago | via Real Clear Politics
The Supreme Court has added another chapter to the body of law rooted in very little more than the imagination of Justice Harry Blackmun, who, with the assistance of a few of his fellow legal fantasists, delivered the constitutional right to abortion, Athena-like, from his head into the waiting world.At issue were a number of regulations in the state of Texas governing abortion clinics and the meat-cutters employed therein. Texas, with its relatively light regulatory regime, is sometimes regarded in the coastal cosmopoles as something between late-Seventies Hong Kong and the fever dreams of Ayn Rand, but it isn't quite. Comment?
4 min ago | via Houston Chronicle
Anti-Brexit protesters demonstrate in Parliament Square, in Westminster, central London, June 25, 2016. BritainA A's startling decision to pull out of the European Union set off a cascade of aftershocks on Friday, costing Prime Minister David Cameron his job, plunging the financial markets into turmoil and leaving the countryA A's future in doubt. Comment?
17 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
There are fears the property market could grind to a halt if debt-to-income ratios are introduced by the Reserve Bank. The restrictions are deployed in other markets around the world, such as Britain, where borrowers must have a loan no bigger than 4.5 times their mortgage. Comment?
19 min ago | via MyFoxNY
One South Bay community is seeing soaring demand for housing -- so much so that some residents are redefining the concept of housing itself. One South Bay community is seeing soaring demand for housing -- so much so that some residents are redefining the concept of housing itself. Comment?
19 min ago | via The Washington Post
Banks' demand for cash surged at the Bank of England's first liquidity operation since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, with financial institutions requesting more than double the amount allocated. At the auction of cash in exchange for collateral, banks were allotted 3.1 billion pounds . Comment?
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