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  • Some still struggle to pay back first-time home buyer credit

    Q: My son purchased a home in 2008 using the first-time home buyer credit. As required, he has been repaying $500 annually to the IRS with his return. He is now in the process of purchasing a new home with his future wife. He cannot sell his old home...
  • Realtors meet Leyden high schools in outreach effort

    Local real estate agents who sell homes in the Leyden Township area got an insider's look at the local high schools on Feb. 4. About two dozen realtors heard about the strengths of East Leyden and West Leyden while eating breakfast prepared by students...
  • S&P Agrees To $1.4B Settlement Of Deception Charges That Started In Connecticut

    Standard & Poor's has agreed to pay $1.375 billion to the U.S. government and 19 states to settle charges it misled investors when it issued positive ratings on shaky mortgage-backed securities in the lead-up to the 2008 financial collapse — a...
  • US home prices increases slowed in December on weak demand; prices fall in 3 states

    U.S. home values rose at a modest pace in December, a sign there are too few potential buyers to bid up prices. Real estate data provider CoreLogic says home prices rose 5 percent in December from 12 months earlier. That is down from the 5.5 percent...
  • Scammers from Brevard get prison for $19M Ponzi scheme

    Scammers from Brevard get prison for $19M Ponzi scheme
    Two men from Florida's Space Coast have been sentenced to more than 10 years each in federal prison for orchestrating a scheme that bilked investors out of almost $19 million. Donald Babb and Ralph Ruth were sentenced Friday in federal court in Orlando....
  • Numbers Are In: High Hopes For 2014 Connecticut Home Sales Went Unfulfilled

    Numbers Are In: High Hopes For 2014 Connecticut Home Sales Went Unfulfilled
    When the clocks went forward last March, Connecticut's spring home buying season was off to a start with longer days — and visions of more showings and sales. Two years of climbing sales and stabilizing prices seemed cause for optimism. "In 37...
  • Millennials are finally entering home-buying market

    Millennials are finally entering home-buying market
    Call them the prodigal millennials: Statistical measures and anecdotal reports suggest that young couples and singles in their late 20s and early 30s have begun making a belated entry into the home-buying market, pushed by mortgage rates in the mid-3%...
  • Wall Street's threat to the American middle class

    Wall Street's threat to the American middle class
    Presidential aspirants in both parties are talking about saving the middle class. But the middle class can't be saved unless Wall Street is tamed. The Street's excesses pose a continuing danger to average Americans. And its ongoing use of confidential...
  • Live Baltimore promotes Hamilton Hills, offers lottery for $5,000 homebuyer's incentive

    Live Baltimore promotes Hamilton Hills, offers lottery for $5,000 homebuyer's incentive
    Each September, more than two dozen children race decorated box cars past businesses and cheering neighbors down Harford Road in Hamilton Hills. In the spring, the Hamilton Gallery hosts a student arts show. Neighborhood association activists pitch...
  • Selling this summer? Get your house ready now

    If you've been thinking about selling this summer, then now's the time to get your house ready for showings. You don't have to do a major remodel to make your house attractive. Simple updates and minor changes can make a big impact. Plus, by planning...
  • Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme

    Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme
    A judge recently handed down two-, five- and eight-year sentences to two men and a woman found guilty in a mortgage fraud scheme that totaled more than $12 million. Evidence showed that James Fidel Sotolongo, 49, of Port Orange and Stephanie...