US Real Estate

Sheila Bair's New Book - "Obama Administration Never Intended To Help Homeowners"

By Donna S. Robinson | October 2, 2012
Former Chairmain of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Sheila Bair, has written a new book about the housing / banking crisis of 2008. As head of the FDIC at the time, Bair had a front row seat during the battle to save the housing market, banking and the economy.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

Who Can I Sue? Lawsuits Against Appraisers

By Daniel Doran | August 20, 2012
We live in one of the most litigious societies on the planet. Whenever we feel a wrong has been done to us we want to blame someone for it and make them pay. While this has caused a lot of controversy both in the media and the legal field, sometimes a topic comes along that stirs up all of our emotions...
US Real Estate

Three Real Estate Agents Arrested in California Loan Scam

By Tavis J. Hampton | December 16, 2011
The California Attorney General’s office announced last week that they had arrested three real estate agents in Stockton for allegedly collecting money up front for loan modification services, a practice which is illegal.  The three now face several felony and misdemeanor charges, including conspiracy, false advertising to the public, and grand theft. The growing number […]
Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Property Recovery is Premature, Analysts Say

By Mike Wheatley | May 16, 2011
Reports proclaiming the recovery of the US commercial real estate sector may well prove to be premature, despite the celebrations of some investors pronouncing its comeback. Despite a number of high profile deals involving marquee properties in some of the biggest US cities, commercial property values are still badly depressed throughout the country, and they […]
US Real Estate

Square Mile, Blackstone Purchase Hotel Mortgages From FDIC

By Mike Wheatley | April 12, 2011
A multi-million dollar deal was announced today as the Blackstone Group LP (BX) and Square Mile Capital Management LLCC real estate investment firm completed the purchase of hotel mortgages from the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. for $385 million.
Real Estate Technology, US Real Estate

When Toxic Assets Aren't the Only Toxic Element

By Phil Butler | March 17, 2011
Westport Investment Group, a real estate acquisition and advisory firm, announced its positioning to acquire deep discounted bank assets. The firm stands poised to acquire toxic assets from U.S. financial institutions, and in assisting in the recapitalization of selected banks. For banks scheduled to be taken over by the FDIC, Westport may represent a viable alternative.
  • real estate digital marketing
  • Get Digital Marketing Training
    right to your inbox
    All Contents © Copyright RealtyBizNews · All Rights Reserved. 2016-2023
    Website Designed by Swaydesign.
    linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram