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  • Obama plan makes it easier for younger, first-time homebuyers

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama moved Wednesday to make it cheaper for first-time and younger buyers to take out a mortgage. Obama lowered the mortgage-insurance premium for borrowers who have a down payment of just 3.5 percent of the home's purchase...
  • Common home seller complaint: Commission, fees too high

    Q: I was able to sell my house, but not at my expected price. The sales price was negotiated to $182,000, but with the real estate agent's commission of about $11,000, closing costs of $5,000 and the termite inspection ($150) and a home warranty ($600), I...
  • Stressed home seller should take one step at a time

    Q: I recently sold my house, and the closing is in the next 30 days. I've been trying to find a place to buy, but I can't seem to find the right place. Now I'm thinking about renting or doing a lease with an option to buy. My health isn't good and I'm at...
  • Real estate notebook: West Palm offices trade for $8.8 million

    Real estate notebook: West Palm offices trade for $8.8 million
    A six-building office portfolio in West Palm Beach sold recently for $8.8 million. Grover Corlew LLC bought the buildings at 2500-2581 and 2440-2478 Metrocentre Blvd. in the Metrocentre Corporate Park. The seller was General Electric Credit Equities,...
  • Revel utility misses bond payment; wants to shut off building

    PHILADELPHIA ACR Energy Partners LLC, which owns and operates the central utility plant attached to the bankrupt Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J., did not have enough money to make a $6.9 million interest payment to bondholders due Dec. 1,...
  • Special Report: How Ameriprise shaped deals so it could sell more securities

    Ameriprise Financial Inc, the third-largest independent U.S. brokerage firm, is using its size and reach to shape risky securities it sells, sometimes in ways that make them riskier. At least three times in the past two years, the broker-dealer asked...
  • Case-Shiller Index points to stability in housing market at year's end

    Case-Shiller Index points to stability in housing market at year's end
    Home prices are ending the year on a stable note, according to new data out Tuesday morning. The Case-Shiller Index -- which tracks prices nationwide and in 20 major cities - reported prices grew 4.6% in October compared to a year earlier. That's the...
  • News the rest of the media won't give you about 2015

    News the rest of the media won't give you about 2015
    Here's the news the rest of the media won't give you about 2015. Actually, they're predictions. Or they're jokes. Frankly, there isn't much difference most of the time, unless the person doing the predicting is named Tom Skilling. Otherwise, Jay...
  • Probe Of Charter School Group Blasts 'Suspect' Conduct, 'Rampant Nepotism'

    Probe Of Charter School Group Blasts 'Suspect' Conduct, 'Rampant Nepotism'
    HARTFORD — The Jumoke Academy charter school operation was saddled with "rampant nepotism," imposed little or no oversight on former CEO Michael Sharpe and made repeated financial missteps that could sink the organization within three years,...
  • Reforming Cuba: Building the new economy

    Cuba has made some important market-oriented changes, but much remains to be done to revive the island's anemic economy. Just a couple of years ago, tourists who wanted to sample one of Cuba's privately-owned restaurants were on their own. A bus from...
  • New laws OK wine shipments, ban tiger selfies

    New laws OK wine shipments, ban tiger selfies
    New state laws taking effect Thursday give livestock in California more living room, approve direct-to-consumer wine shipments in Massachusetts and levy the ultimate punishment on wannabe teen drivers in Nevada by denying them licenses if they skip too...