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The Hartford CourantThe upcoming SS&C SummerWind Performing Art Center season will begin May 31 with a new feature called Fridays at 5, described as a casual, inexpensive end-of-the-work-week concert series. The idea, SummerWind Executive Director Michael Campbell said, is...
Mortgage rates rose this week, with a widely watched survey reporting that lenders were offering 30-year fixed-rate loans at an average of 3.51%, up from a near-record low of 3.35% two weeks ago. The survey, released Thursday by mortgage financier...
Tags: Loans, Mortgages, Freddie Mac, Credit Ratings
Fighting economic crosscurrents, Orlando-area residents managed to improve their financial situation in recent months, though not enough to change the region's first-place ranking among the country's most financially troubled metropolitan areas, according...
Tags: Finance, Mortgages, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Tampa
Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON -- American families reduced their debt load in the first three months of the year by 1 percent, bringing it down to pre-recession levels after an uptick in the last quarter of 2012, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. Outstanding household...
Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/housekeys each Friday. To ask a question, go to SunSentinel.com. Q: My husband and I co-signed a loan for our son and his now ex-wife. Our son stayed...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Teresa S. McGhee to Rick and Elizabeth G. Cole, property in Hillcrest addition, $47,000. Bank of America and Billy D. Gordon Jr., through J. Thomas Hensley,...
Sentinel CorrespondentBoard-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/housekeys each Friday. To ask him a question, click here. Q: My husband and I cosigned a loan for our son and his now ex-wife. Our son stayed in the...
CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. (AP) — The chairman of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe is calling for an economic boycott of Chamberlain after the school board in the southeastern South Dakota city refused to allow a tribal honoring song during Sunday's graduation...
Tags: Dwayne Johnson, Human Interest, Graduation
WASHINGTON -- American families reduced their debt load in the first three months of the year by 1%, bringing it down to pre-recession levels after an uptick in the last quarter of 2012, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. Outstanding household debt,...
Earlier this year, some employees of Schneider Electric of Palatine got an unwelcome surprise in a letter about the stock purchase plan in which they participate. Visible through the address window were their Social Security numbers. One of Schneider's...
Financially strapped homeowners who are close to foreclosure may want to face the music now rather than continuing to struggle with their monthly payments. There's a high probability of losing the house anyway, even with the government's help. According...
WASHINGTON — In a little more than a week, the U.S. will hit its debt limit — and the maneuvering has begun against a backdrop of the mid-2011 drama that led to the nation's first-ever credit downgrade. An improving economy and higher taxes,...
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