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  • Houses for Heroes: Veterans grateful for donated homes

    Houses for Heroes: Veterans grateful for donated homes
    Retired Army Specialist Joel Sigfrid humbly took the keys to his split-level home recently week surrounded by family and friends. Wells Fargo donated the bank-owned home to the nonprofit Military Warriors Support Foundation, which will eventually deed...
  • Lower mortgage rates a silver lining of stock market drops

    If there's an upside to a plunging stock market, it's that mortgage rates are falling too. Investors bailing out on stocks have piled into ultra-safe U.S. Treasury bonds, pushing down the government's long-term borrowing costs on Wednesday to the lowest...
  • Bank of America posts loss on mortgage settlement

    Bank of America posts loss on mortgage settlement
    The record settlement was tied to the bank's purchases of Countrywide Financial Corp in July 2008 and Merrill Lynch & Co six months later. (Reuters) — Bank of America Corp, the No. 2 U.S. bank by assets, reported a small quarterly loss, largely...
  • U.S. Bank accused of housing discrimination in Palm Beach County

    U.S. Bank accused of housing discrimination in Palm Beach County
    The National Fair Housing Alliance has filed an amended lawsuit against U.S. Bank, accusing it of not properly maintaining foreclosed homes in minority neighborhoods across Palm Beach County and other communities nationwide. The fair housing group...
  • Lehigh County Open Gate farm tour to be held next weekend

    Lehigh County Open Gate farm tour to be held next weekend
    Agriculture in Lehigh County has many faces. Take advantage of this once-a-year opportunity to learn about local agriculture during the Open Gate Farm Tour sponsored by Penn State Extension in Lehigh County. This annual event has been conducted in...
  • The retirement squeeze

    Americans are worried about retirement...very worried. According to a recent survey from Wells Fargo and Gallup, despite recent gains in the economy and the financial markets, 46 percent of investors continue to be nervous that they will outlive their...
  • Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million

    Fake IRS callers scammed people out of $5 million
    A scam that's been plaguing the area since this time last year just won't go away and it's snagging more victims. Con men posing as IRS agents have scared people nationwide out of $5 million under the guise they owe taxes or penalties. I've heard from...
  • Orlando's biggest banks see surge in customer deposits

    Despite an uptick in the growth of community banks, Central Florida's biggest banks have regained their stride in leading the race for customer deposits, new regulatory figures show. The big three of Central Florida banking — SunTrust, Bank of...
  • Merging banks talk of better service, more products

    Merging banks talk of better service, more products
    The merger of Stonegate Bank and Community Bank of Broward will produce a stronger bank to compete in Florida's hottest banking market, bank officials say. But some analysts wonder whether the consumer will benefit. The banks announced their merger...
  • The $400 question: Should you drop your flood insurance?

    The $400 question: Should you drop your flood insurance?
    Paul Girello doesn't have to buy flood insurance anymore. The Pembroke Pines resident recently received a letter from his mortgage lender confirming his home is no longer in a high-risk flood zone and, as a result, flood insurance coverage is no...
  • 3 cops charged with stealing from police union

    3 cops charged with stealing from police union
    Three Coral Springs police officers — including a detective assigned to embezzlement cases — were charged Thursday with stealing thousands of dollars from their own police union. One, Officer Doug Williams, turned himself in at the Broward...