Items Tagged with 'Cleveland'

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  • A tale of forclosure in two cities

    Pro Teck: Why some areas are recovering quicker than others
    Pro Teck compares Cleveland, which uses judicial foreclosures, to Phoenix, which does not, to see how each market has recovered. A serious lag in recovery can still be seen in states with judicial foreclosure laws.
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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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  • LeBron James buys Hollywood home for $21 million

    Planning more movies?
    LeBron James, a forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers, just bought a $21 million home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, according to Variety. The NBA star got rave reviews for his part in Trainwreck this summer and buying a home near Hollywood certainly suggests more acting is in his future.
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  • Struggling housing markets use high LTVs to their benefit

    10 best and bottom housing markets
    While cities like Detroit and Cleveland are not recovering as well as the rest of the country, they are benefitting from higher loan-to-value ratios. And when this is combined with other credit safeguards, the struggling cities should be able to pick themselves back up onto their feet again.
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  • LeBron James lists Miami mansion for $17 million

    He’s taking his talents away from South Beach
    The man who calls himself “King James” lived quite large down on South Beach. James’ Miami home checked in at 12,178 square feet, replete with 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms. If he gets the full asking price, James will turn a tidy profit of $8 million in just four years.
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  • Beige Book: A housing market divided in improvement

    Residential real estate activity varies across the board
    The twelve Federal Reserve Districts weighed in on how their individual markets are doing, painting different housing market conditions. Residential real estate activity was split between them, with sales of existing homes and construction of new homes generally expanding or holding steady in about half of the districts.
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