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Texas Wraps Big States in Real Estate Agents Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 September 2006

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — As real estate sales continue to bloom more Texans are getting real estate license.  Despite the rush to sign up, there is still plenty of room for others.

Texas has 100,000 active real estate licensees. California has four times that number of active licensees. Florida has twice as many, and New York has 50 percent more.

New Requests for Home Loans climbed an inch higher Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 September 2006
NEW YORK -- U.S. home mortgages applications bordered higher as lower loan rates helped encourage more home purchases for the first time.
Small Tax cuts were promised to residents by Fort Lauderdale Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 September 2006
FORT LAUDERDALE •  Property owners crowed into City Hall where they condemned the proposed increase in property tax collections.  This was because of the rising tax bills.
Commissioners promised the budget will have been rewritten, and the tax increase won't be as high as the proposed 13 percent.
Ralph Roberts Urges Realtors and Consumers Know Lending Laws Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 September 2006

Ralph R. Robert says it’s illegal to inflate home values in order to obtain cash-back monies from lenders. 

Unfortunately, cash back at closing schemes are illegal and potentially damaging to the lender, who is fooled into making a risky loan. Lenders aren't the only losers he warns. Buyers can be tricked into buying more house than they can afford.

Real estate continues to rise and fall Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 September 2006
CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. -- The real estate market this year has slowed in some places but prices continue to rise.  Among the slow-downs is at Crested Butte. That town's real estate transfer tax is projected to yield $1.3 million this year, compared to $2 million last year.
National Default Service Division is launched as response to expected Increase in Loan Print E-mail
Tuesday, 05 September 2006
One of the largest title insurers, Old Republic National Title Insurance Co., recently launched a national default services division in response to the expected increase and need for loan default services
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