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  • Bethlehem lawyer charged in mortgage fraud scheme

    When mortgage brokers and loan officers brought clients to Edward Redding's office for real estate settlements, the Bethlehem attorney repeatedly turned a blind eye to false information in the documents he was supposed verify, federal prosecutors allege....
  • ECHN welcomes Dr. Philip D. DeGaetano to staff

    Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN) welcomes Philip D. DeGaetano, DO, to its active medical staff. DeGaetano joined Eastern Connecticut Medical Professionals Foundation, Inc. in its multispecialty group practice located at 175 West Road in...
  • Jump in Palm Beach County asking prices among highest in nation

    Home sellers in Palm Beach County are thinking big ... as in big prices. Asking prices for homes in the county rose 14.5 percent in August compared with a year earlier, according to real estate website Trulia.com. Only three areas in the nation saw...
  • Ask a real estate pro: The perils of as-is contracts for sellers

    Ask a real estate pro: The perils of as-is contracts for sellers
    Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/housekeys each Friday. To ask him a question, click here. Q: We have equity in our home and agreed to sell it using an “as-is” contract....
  • Accurate accounting of house sale 'profit' includes costs

    Accurate accounting of house sale 'profit' includes costs
    Q: I'm having a conversation with a colleague about how much money I've made from my various properties over the years. I've moved seven times for business, and in all but one of those moves, I've made some amount of money when I've bought and sold...
  • Newport council members defend handling of city finances

    As in most cities, campaign signs have multiplied on lawns and street poles in Newport Beach. Knocks at the door have become expected. A candidates forum seems to occur every few days. Among the pamphlets and speeches, strong critiques of recent...
  • Loan preapproval shows commitment, and lender should guarantee privacy

    Loan preapproval shows commitment, and lender should guarantee privacy
    Q: What happens to all the private information that we give to a mortgage company when applying for a mortgage preapproval, such as your Social Security number, tax returns, etc.? This gold mine of info can be passed around the office to all the lower-...
  • Ill-timed death causes tax liability stumper for estate

    Ill-timed death causes tax liability stumper for estate
    Q: My mother-in-law had a living trust with two co-trustees. My husband had power of attorney over her affairs. She needed 24-hour care, had impaired memory and other health problems, and lived near us in an assisted-living home that cost $4,000 per...
  • Ex-Rauner partner details nursing home investment struggles

     Ex-Rauner partner details nursing home investment struggles
    A former partner in Bruce Rauner's GTCR equity firm testified Friday at a Tampa bankruptcy trial that the company's investment in a controversial nursing home business was damaged by poor management at the chain, squabbling creditors and a financial...
  • And you thought real estate was mundane

    And you thought real estate was mundane
    The housing biz isn't all square footage and sales contracts. Here are some bulletins from the wide-ranging world of real estate: I am not making this up. As if the average homeowner didn't have enough to worry about, we now have the specter of house-...
  • How will Bethlehem close a $5.9 million hole in next year's budget?

    How will Bethlehem close a $5.9 million hole in next year's budget?
    Bethlehem City Council on Thursday reviewed a financing deal that Mayor Robert Donchez's administration said would reduce the $5.9 million hole projected for next year's budget by more than half — $3.4 million. The three-part deal includes...