Real Estate, Realtors, US Real Estate

REBNY: Accolades to Two Industry Giants

By Allison Halliday | May 25, 2011
Burton Resnick and Leonard Litwin are extremely well-known within the New York real estate industry, and especially at The Real Estate Board of New York. Resnick became a member of the Board of Governors in 1979, and went on to serve as Chairman of the Board from 1989 to 1991, and 2001 to 2003. Litwin […]
Real Estate, Realtors, US Real Estate

Re/Max Honors Ron Ewing as Illinois Broker/Owner of 2010

By Allison Halliday | May 25, 2011
Re/Max North Illinois Real Estate Network recently named Ron Ewing of Re/Max Horizon, Elgin, Illinois as broker/owner of the year for 2010. Ewing received the award at the 34th annual Re/Max North Illinois awards ceremony. In order to be eligible for this award brokers/owners have to recruit top-quality agents, and ensure their offices show steady […]
Home Builders/Developer's, Real Estate, Residential, US Real Estate

Miami-based Carlisle Development Group Number 3rd in US

By Allison Halliday | May 21, 2011
Leading trade publication Affordable Housing Finance has just published its list of the top 50 Affordable Housing Developers in the US, and Carlisle Development Group is ranked as number three in recognition for starting 18 Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects.
Residential, US Real Estate

Reality Hits Home as Peggy Tanous Faces Foreclosure

By Allison Halliday | May 16, 2011
Reality star Peggy Tanous seems to have it all, but the truth is she’s already following in the footsteps of other Real Housewives in facing foreclosure, and is currently in dispute with three banks in an effort to try and keep her home in Irvine, California. PNC Mortgage, US Bank National and the BAC Home Loans Servicing are trying to get a foreclosure, but Tanous is fighting back with her own lawsuit as she believes the banks haven't honored a loan modification agreement.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

Protests at Bank of America Shareholder Meeting

By Allison Halliday | May 13, 2011
Angry protesters set the scene for the Bank of America’s annual meeting at their headquarters in Charlotte, N.C. Shareholders were eager to tell CEO, Brian Moynihan, about the disastrous effect foreclosure has had on their communities.
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