Real Estate News – October 13, 2011




Gov. Rick Scott has approved a $45.6 million loan so Florida’s court system can avoid an impending deficit due mainly to a decline in mortgage foreclosure filing fees (via miamiherald.com): http://bit.ly/nfFQQd


Comedian Chris Tucker, who starred as a wise-cracking L.A. police detective with martial-arts star Jackie Chan in the blockbuster “Rush Hour” film series, could soon lose his multimillion-dollar mansion in Central Florida (via baltimoresun.com): http://bsun.md/nuXkCN


Michigan’s foreclosure by notification statute requiring a 90-day pre-foreclosure negotiation period was extended until January 5, 2012 (via digitaljournal.com): http://bit.ly/nNg8zQ


Homeowners association replaces foreclosed home’s roof (via tbo.com): http://bit.ly/oSVzB9


HOA towing policy nearly spoils child’s birth (via gazette.com): http://bit.ly/qH2YS2


The mortgage and foreclosure settlement between state attorneys general and the nation’s banks is likely to expand outside the top five mortgage servicers (via foxbusiness.com): http://fxn.ws/mXxZNc


 


 


 

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