Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print ADVERTISEMENT LUCAS COUNTY 43412 Residential Wilson Raymond F to Cook Glen N Jr, 146 S Yondota Rd, Curtice, $165,000, (10/12) 43522 Residential Chamberlain Daryl L & Debra E to Chamberlain Dominic Trustee Under The, 9811 Manore Rd, Grand Rapids, $0, (10/11) Lunsford Richard W & Donna J to Pencheff Craig, 14060 Harrison Rd, Grand Rapids, $259,900, (10/11) 43528 Commercial Lock-it-up LLC to Lock-it-up LLC An Ohio LLC, 6301 South Ave, Holland, $0, (10/10) Lock-it-up LLC to Lock-it-up LLC An Ohio LLC, 6331 South Ave, Holland, $0, (10/10) Lock-it-up LLC to Lock-it-up LLC An Ohio LLC, 6345 South Ave, Holland, $0, (10/10) Residential Perkins Robert L & Nancy L to Steiner Daniel E & Janis L (orsurvtc), 8323 Hill Ave, Holland, $230,000, (10/09) Zelei Patricia A to Kiser Todd, 2051 Sherborn Dr, Holland, $82,000, (10/10) Keiser Cody to Roach Christopher, 38 Florentine Dr, Holland, $195,000, (10/10) Gabriel David F Etal … [Read more...] about Real estate transfers: Oct. 8-12
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OGDEN — New assessed valuations for Weber County real estate are out and, perhaps not surprisingly, some of the preliminary figures show that local land values are on the rise. “Much like the rest of the Wasatch Front, Weber County real estate had another very strong year,” John Ulibarri, the Weber County assessor, said in an email. “Homes were selling at a very rapid pace.” In Ogden, according to figures from his office and the Weber County Clerk/Auditor’s Office, the average value of a home increased from $167,000 in 2017 to $196,000 this year, up 17.4 percent. In South Ogden, the average went from $209,000 to $239,000, a 14.4 percent increase. Additional city averages weren’t immediately available, but assessed valuations from Ulibarri’s office — key in figuring property tax bills — have been mailed to individual property owners. But more than serving as a gauge of local real estate market trends, the figures bear … [Read more...] about New Weber County property valuations reflect strong real estate market
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByAlexandra Stevenson and Richard C. Paddock May 15, 2018 HONG KONG — The Trump Organization’s partner in a lavish Indonesian development project boasting a six-star hotel and golf course with President Trump’s name has brought on a new ally: a Chinese state-owned company. The Indonesian partner, the MNC Group, said Tuesday that it had struck a deal with an arm of Metallurgical Corporation of China, a state-owned construction company, to build a theme park next door to the planned Trump properties. The timing is awkward. Trade relations between the United States and China have become increasingly strained, with the Trump administration imposing tariffs on Chinese-made goods and threatening more. A senior Chinese official, Liu He, is set to arrive in Washington on Tuesday for talks meant to defuse the … [Read more...] about Trump Indonesia Real Estate Project Gets Chinese Government Ally
Who regulates real estate agents?Most people probably don't realize that real estate agents aren't employees, but rather they're independent contractors.As such, they must be affiliated with a broker to do business, but beyond that, agents pretty much run their own show, just like any small business. This gives agents a fairly large degree of autonomy with respect to how they operate and play the game.But, don't think for a minute that real estate agents are free to do whatever they want. There are a multitude of regulations, laws and other agreements that restrain agents from unethical or illegal behavior.Even so, as with any profession, there are still those knuckleheads out there who think they can pull a fast one.In most cases the damage they do to their own reputation is sufficient to shut them down.In the world of buying and selling homes, an agent's reputation is the life blood of a long career and essential for financial success. Not only is character an area of concern for … [Read more...] about Realities of Real Estate: So who regulates real estate agents?
Download the podcast on iTunes Download the podcast on feedburner Download this week's show (MP3)The Facebook IPO was all the rage, but not for "Jill on Money" listeners, who wanted to talk about real estate, savings and annuities. If you want a quick summary of the Facebook IPO, check out: "Facebook IPO: Should you buy the hype?"The housing market is still in the doldrums. Last week, we learned that prices are down 33.5 percent from the peak and at the same time, mortgage rates are at all-time lows. The combination brought a slew of real estate questions. Seth from Washington owns one home and is building another one. He wanted to talk about financing options, while Darrell, like many real estate professionals, got lured by the bubble. He owns three properties and doesn't know what to do. Helena's situation is a little easier, because she can rent one of her two properties. But does she have the patience to be a long-distance landlord? Jana from CA can't qualify for a traditional … [Read more...] about Jill on Money: Real estate, saving, annuities