A house right near us has gone in to foreclosure. We are concerned because now the real estate agent says it’s being “donated to a charity.”Read More »
Arranging for a new mortgage loan, to finance the purchase of a home or to refinance an existing loan, is very different today from the process used a few months or years ago. Even applicants with exceptionally good credit should expect extensive scrutiny when applying for a mortgage today, The New York Times reports.
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From my experience, most residential leases are one-sided in favor of the landlord. The typical lease requires the tenant to make minor repairs, and the landlord will be responsible only for major system failures – such as the dishwasher stops working and cannot be repaired.Read More »
I inherited eight pieces of property that include vacant lots and two houses. I co-own them with nine people who grew up with my deceased father. While I was originally acknowledged as a co-owner after my father's death in 2000, the group does not keep me informed of any activities, and I do not share in the thousands of dollars they make renting the lots out.
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In 1816, a group of local businessmen gathered at Indian King Tavern, where they officially formed The York Water Co. and issued stock certificates. Today this water utility has 105 employees and $43 million in revenues, aided by a growing population and occasional smaller acquisitions over the years.
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