Tag Archives: Jacksonville

Interesting Housing News Links (May 05, 2009)

* Notices of Valuation in the mail (Peter Jones, Colorado Community Newspapers)

Arapahoe County property owners should be receiving their notices of valuation from the county soon and will have the opportunity to appeal their property values.

* Collect your water in a rain barrel (Carole Fader, Florida Times-Union)

Rainwater collection in rain barrels is one good way to help keep your garden, grass and wallet green, said Devon Ritch of Earth Works, a landscape and garden center on Jacksonville’s Southside.

Interesting Housing News Links (May 05, 2009)

* Collect your water in a rain barrel (Carole Fader, Florida Times-Union)

Rainwater collection in rain barrels is one good way to help keep your garden, grass and wallet green, said Devon Ritch of Earth Works, a landscape and garden center on Jacksonville’s Southside.

Interesting Housing News Links (March 13, 2009)

* LPD makes rape arrest (Eloria Newell James, Laurel Leader-Call)

Local law enforcement officials have arrested a Laurel man in connection with the rape of a Laurel woman.

* Tax Defense Network adding 150 jobs in Jacksonville (San Antonio Business Journal)

A local company that helps people manage their tax debt plans to hire about 150 workers in Jacksonville by the end of the year.

* Nine arrests over ‘�40m mortgage scam’ (Mark Hughes, The Independent Online)

A group of housing developers, solicitors and surveyors are alleged to have defrauded the now-nationalised high street bank Bradford & Bingley out of �40m in a buy-to-let mortgage scam.

* Conti pleads guilty to mortgage fraud scheme (Erie Times-News)

Francis R. Conti of Waterford pleaded guilty to mail fraud and conspiracy charges this afternoon in relation to a widespread Erie mortgage fraud scheme.

* FORECLOSURES IN APPLE SOAR 44% (Carl Campanile, New York Post)

The number of foreclosure proceedings shot up 44 percent in New York City last month, nearly double the statewide average, according to a study released yesterday.

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Interesting Housing News Links (February 5, 2009)

* Case of bad timing – for Granite Bay burglary suspects (Bill Enfield, Sacramento Bee)

* Homestead developer sued over Chinese drywall (Business Journal Charlotte)

* Federal HOPE program has helped few homeowners (Bloomberg News)

* Strange times, strange solutions: Just stay put (Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times)

* More Call for Probe on Financial Crisis (Susan Schmidt, Wall Street Journal)

* Banks borrow more from Fed, investment firms less (Jeannine Aversa-)

* House prices ‘up 1.9% in January’ (BBC News)

* Falling land values sinking developers and banks in Florida (Atlanta Business Chronicle)

* Minnesota AG, lawmakers target reverse mortgages (Star Tribune)

* Bomb will hit real estate market as ARMs reset (News Tribune)