Articles Tagged with ''NFL''

The Green Bay Packers want all the Millennials to live next door

Team is making a play for Millennials with a mixed-use development across from Lambeau Field
The Green Bay Packers are building more than 200 housing units, 150 of them for rent and 90 for sale, right across from Lambeau Field. According to a report from Bloomberg by Justina Vasquez and Patrick Clark, this residential project is phase two of the Packers mixed-use real estate bid for Millennial’s interest, Titletown.
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NFL player Mychal Kendricks accused of insider trading on News Corp’s acquisition of Move

Former Browns linebacker admits to getting tips from former Goldman Sachs analyst
Former Cleveland Browns linebacker Mychal Kendricks admitted Wednesday that he engaged in insider trading when he used privileged information from a former Goldman Sachs analyst to make a profit of nearly $280,000 when News Corp acquired Move back in 2014.
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Ex-NFL star Irving Fryar serves only 8 months of 5-year prison term for mortgage fraud

Convicted of conspiring with 74-year-old mother to steal $1.2 million
Irving Fryar, who spent 16 years in the National Football League, starring for the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles during his career, is now a free man, after he recently walked out of New Jersey state prison after serving only eight months of a five-year sentence for mortgage fraud.
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St. Louis Rams sacked by real estate reality as team moves to Los Angeles

Moving from modestly priced Midwest to high-cost California
When the National Football League announced last week that the St. Louis Rams are moving back to Los Angeles, it seemed that everyone involved got what they wanted, except Rams’ fans in St. Louis, of course. But for those moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles with the team, they are about to take a big financial hit thanks to the vastly different costs of living from St. Louis to Los Angeles.
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Ex-NFL star and his 74-year-old mother ordered to repay $615K for mortgage fraud

Irving Fryar and his mother previously convicted of conspiring to steal $1.2M
Irving Fryar, who spent 16 years in the National Football League, starring for the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles during his career, and his 74-year-old mother were ordered to pay $615,600 in restitution to five lenders that were targets of a scheme that saw Fryar allegedly take out six home equity loans his mother’s home – at the same time.
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Realtor brazenly offers services to embattled Cleveland Browns coach

Just in case Mike Pettine was looking to sell…
The Cleveland Browns are bad. There’s not much gray area there. It’s a near certainty that the team's head coach won’t be back with the team next year. One Cleveland Browns’ fan - a Realtor - showed up at Sunday's game and boldly offered up her services to help Pettine on his way out of town.
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Ex-NFL star sentenced to five years in prison for mortgage fraud

Irving Fryar and his mother convicted of conspiring to steal $1.2M
Irving Fryar, who spent 16 years in the National Football League, starring for the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles during his career, will spend the next five years in prison. Fryar was convicted for his part in a scheme that involved taking out six home equity loans on his mother’s home – at the same time.
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Ex-NFL star and his 74-year-old mother convicted of mortgage fraud

Irving Fryar and mother found guilty of conspiring to steal $1.2M
Irving Fryar, who spent 16 years in the National Football League, starring for the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles during his career, was found guilty last week along with his 74-year-old mother of conspiracy and theft of deception.
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From HW Magazine

Interview: Mat Ishbia, CEO of United Shore Financial Services

From Big Ten baller to mortgage-lending maven
But how many of us can reach out and touch our dream, and then decide to go another way? How many have the guts and strength to take a leap into the unknown, and then once we find solid footing in the unknown, how many of us have what it takes to not only survive but to thrive? Mat Ishbia is one of those people.
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