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Complaints by residents, officials reveal frustration with city tax collector ...
http://www.registercitizen.com/general-news/20140125/complaints-by-residents-officials-reveal-frustration-with-city-tax-collectors-office
Kenney, 53, has lived in Torrington for 25 years, and said that after he tried to pay his sewer taxes in June, he was notified that his mortgage company, Bank of America, had already paid the taxes. He was told by someone in the tax collector's office

Erie County Real Estate Transactions
http://www.buffalonews.com/business/erie-county-transactions/erie-county-real-estate-transactions-20140126
546 Hewitt Ave., Sylus Llc; Mark C. Rodgers to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $10,800. • 212 Maurice, City of Buffalo to William Rios Perez, $10,000. • 519 Utica East, Brent Eaton to M&M Dearot Inc., $10,000. • 53 Hawley St., Phillip John

Stonegate Mortgage Corporation Opens New Office Center In Scottsdale, Arizona
http://www.areadevelopment.com/newsItems/1-17-2014/stonegate-mortgage-corporation-new-office-scottsdale-arizona023093.shtml
To assist Stonegate Mortgage in its Arizona expansion, the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Scottsdale offered support for recruitment of local employees through job training assistance funds. “We are excited to be able to put fee

St. Charles Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_charles_parish_real_estate_68.html
Edgewood Lane 260, Standard Mortgage Corporation to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $269,194.17. Evangeline City Subdivision, Square 2, Lots 41-50: Leroy K. Branch, Jr. and others to Errol J. Falterman, $45,000. NEW SARPY. New Sarpy 

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Housing price rise sharpest since '14 - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

WASHINGTON -- U.S. home prices climbed in March at the strongest rate in nearly three years as a dwindling supply of houses for sale is causing prices to outpace income growth.

The Standard & Poor's CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index released Tuesday rose 5.9 percent over the past 12 months that ended in March, the most since July 2014. Home values are increasing at more than double the pace of average hourly earnings, making it more difficult for many people to afford to buy a home.

"Over the last year, analysts suggested that one factor pushing prices higher was the unusually low inventory of homes for sale," said David Blitzer, managing director and chairman of the index committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices. "People are staying in their homes longer rather than selling and trading up.

A steady job market has bulked up demand among many would-be buyers, but there are fewer properties on the market. Sales listings have plummeted 9 percent over the past year to 1.93 million, according to the National Association of Realtors. The shortage of homes to buy has caused prices to rise sharply in many metro areas.

BofA, Wells Fargo Win Rejection of L.A. Bias Claims

By Chris Bruce

A federal appeals court in California blocked Los Angeles claims of racially biased lending on the part of Bank of America and Wells Fargo ( Los Angeles v. Bank of Am. Corp. , 9th Cir., 15-cv-55897, 5/26/17 , Los Angeles v. Wells Fargo & Co. , 9th Cir., 15-cv-56157, 5/26/17 ).

At issue are separate but related Fair Housing Act lawsuits the city brought in 2013, alleging discriminatory lending that spurred foreclosures and harmed the Los Angeles economy.

In separate rulings May 26, a three-judge panel said the city failed to meet pleading standards under a 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision. In the 2015 case, the Supreme Court said statistical disparities may support bias claims, but only if plaintiffs show a “robust” cause and effect link. Los Angeles failed to make that showing, the three-judge panel said.

The panel also ruled for Wells Fargo and Bank of America on the city’s claim of unjust enrichment. The city’s injuries — lost tax revenue and higher spending for city services — “did not confer a benefit” on either bank, the panel said. It affirmed lower court rulings for both banks.

MGIC has one couple of employees who are African American or black while 40% of Milwaukee is black?

I have inside information from employees who works at MGIC or Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.