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Foreclosures falling in Ohio, but rate still high compared with US

Foreclosures in Ohio dropped last year to their fewest since 2000, but the state's foreclosure rate remains high compared with the rest of the country. In Ohio, 35,169 homes were foreclosed on in 2017 ... read more

Building momentum: Homebuilding picks up steam in Central Ohio, but can't keep up with demand

Data provided to Columbus Business First from Binns ... s homes typically fall in the $450,000 to $1 million range. There’s plenty of demand for his product and interest rates are low. At the same ... read more

10 Great Cities to Become a Landlord In 2011

The foreclosure rate is leveling ... and has seen average home prices fall from $140,000 in 2008 to $114,000 today. That includes a 9.1% collapse in the past year alone. Though Columbus' 8.6% vacancy ... read more

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10 Worst Places to Live in America

Motown also boasts high foreclosure and unemployment rates ... the worst places to live and its already sparking huge protests and impacting Arizona's already-fragile economy. Beyond the controversial ... read more

GOOD NEWS, HOUSE SELLERS! Panic About Mortgage Rates Is Driving Prices Higher

The jobless rate was 5.4 percent in April, compared to 7.2 percent for the state, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Several markets are still struggling with high foreclosure rates ... ... read more

Foreclosure Fail: Study Pins Blame on Big Banks

That's still ... drop in the rate of homeowners falling behind on their payments, HAMP's limited impact remains a very relevant issue. Even in the sixth year of the foreclosure crisis, the country ... read more

428,000 Property Foreclosures in U.S. in First Half of 2017, Down 20 Percent Annually

Foreclosure activity increased 60 percent in the District compared to a ... first-half foreclosure rates among the 10 highest nationwide were Nevada (0.47 percent); Florida (0.46 percent); South ... read more

Existing Home Sales Fall Slightly In March, To Lowest Level Since July 2012

Blame it on the long winter, rising prices and mortgage rates, and the continuing problem of first-time homebuyers not being able to get into the market, frequently thanks to high student debt ... ... read more

The $1 Trillion Storm: How a Single Hurricane Could Rupture the World Economy

Still ... help us adapt to a warming planet by informing the public of risks. Insurers determine the likelihood of disasters using catastrophe models. The cost of those disasters is then factored into ... read more

Divorce Rates in U.S. Rise Slightly

What Mortimer didn't anticipate was falling in love - and then ... Now it's, 'Oh, my God, not only are we getting divorced, our credit is going down the tubes and we're going into foreclosure."' ... read more

Buying a $500 House in Detroit: bidding on the soul of my city

It had been empty for more than a decade and was still a shell ... video discussing the new market-rate and fashionable apartment building, energetic white participants said, “This is our time.” Some ... read more

The Full Version Of What Greece And Varoufakis Are Offering The Eurogroup, With Comments

As I explained yesterday there's been a definite falling off. There was that budget surplus at the end of 2014. But the tax revenue collection numbers were falling away in December and the January ... read more

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