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Cutler Real Estate named to industry's top 100 in U.S.

staff report cantonrep.com 17.06.2009
Too many foreclosures can bring property values down

PARKTON, N.C. — In May, real estate foreclosures across North Carolina were down 35 percent from a year ago, according to foreclosure firm RealtyTrac. One in every 398 U.S. homes received a foreclosure filing last month, and though you may not be worried about defaulting on your mortgage, other foreclosures could affect you.

Cutler Real Estate named to industry's top 100 in U.S.

JACKSON TWP. —Cutler Real Estate has been named one of the top 100 real-estate firms in the country by two industry groups.

Real estate sales remain slow

BERNICE SANTIAGO guampdn.com/a 15.06.2009
Fed’s Commercial Real Estate Aid May Have Few Deals for Start

June 16 (Bloomberg) -- The Federal Reserve may have few, if any, securities deals for the start of its program to aid the commercial real estate market and head off more losses at U.S. banks.

Real estate sales remain slow

Guam's real estate sales haven't improved since the first quarter of 2009, and the slowdown is expected to continue until the end of the year, according to some of the island's real estate experts.

Area foreclosures remain stable

MONTANETTE MURPHY uticaod.com 15.06.2009

Developer files for bankruptcy protection

Bethany Fuller mooresvilletribune.com 15.06.2009
Area foreclosures remain stable

The foreclosure rate in the Utica-Rome area has remained steady despite a rough economy, according to a company that tracks and collects data on home prices, mortgages, foreclosures and delinquency activity.

Developer files for bankruptcy protection

Real estate developer Crescent Resources announced this week it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

The 13 New Rules of Government Capitalism

Michael J. Golde seeking alpha 15.06.2009

How to Navigate a Short Sale

Jennie Phipps foxbusiness.com 12.06.2009
The 13 New Rules of Government Capitalism

Please be advised that effective immediately (i) the economic system heretofore known as "Capitalism" in the United States of America shall now be known as "Government Capitalism", and (ii) the following rules, to the extent not already in effect, shall be implemented immediately.

How to Navigate a Short Sale

This spring, real estate sales began picking up in many U.S. markets as buyers snatched up homes at depressed price levels. But not all sales have been proceeding smoothly. As a rule, sales involving foreclosures and short sales take longer than usual to close because of their inherent complexity.

First-time buyers help unjam housing market

Lorraine Mirabella baltimoresun.com 12.06.2009

Bondholders Face Losses From Commercial Mortgages (Update3)

Sarah Mulholland bloomberg.com 12.06.2009
First-time buyers help unjam housing market

April Longest had a lot of reasons to move from an apartment in Hampden to a house of her own: low interest rates, a first-time-buyer credit and a monthly payment not much higher than her rent.

Bondholders Face Losses From Commercial Mortgages (Update3)

June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Investors in bonds that packaged $62 billion of debt for U.S. offices, hotels and shopping malls are bracing for more loan defaults through 2010 as Bank of America Merrill Lynch says landlords’ monthly payments may jump 20 percent or more.


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