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Property Transactions for Jan. 26
End Blvd., Bear Creek Township, $105,000. • Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Ameriquest Mortgage Securities Inc. and Homeward Residential Inc. to Nicholas E. Belfino and Christine S. Giuliano, 55 Kingswood Drive, Dallas Township, $140,899.

Reverse-Mortgage Rule Changes Draw Professor to the Business
Columbia Business School professor Christopher Mayer is so sure reverse mortgages can be a cornerstone of responsible retirement planning that he's gone into the business. “It's an enormous underserved market,” says Mayer, who is teaching fewer 

A snapshot of 2013 activities in the Sheriff's Office
Minnesota TZD is the state's cornerstone traffic safety program, employing an interdisciplinary approach to reducing traffic crashes, injuries and deaths on Minnesota roads. The TZD program uses data to target areas for improvement and employ proven

Prospectus offers peek at Amalfi mortgage
Prospectus offers peek at Amalfi mortgage The previous owner, Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors, LLC, paid $50 million for the Amalfi in 2007. The hotel struggled during the recession and missed payments on a $37 million mortgage. It was less of a struggle in 2010 after the loan was restructured.

Cornerstone Mortgage Group Part 1 of 3 2009 Mortgage Market Forecast

Cornerstone Mortgage Group presents a 2009 mortgage market forecast on there prediction of how the next 2009 year will turn out. Hosted by Michael ...

HIGGS: Gothic architecture -- a fitting structure for church services

Niagara Gazette — Before we get involved in the new church building, we need to know what happened to the former structure on First Street which was utilized for St. Peter’s Church services for 30 years until 1880 when the present stone church was ready for use. The church was a frame structure and “if ever it had any style of architecture or any lines of beauty, additions and changes of later years certainly have effaced them.” That description was included in the Fiftieth Anniversary Program Book (1923) where most of my factual information was gathered. It eventually went through a series of commercial uses and at the time of the anniversary celebration (1923) it was used as a public livery. The rectory was built of stone in a fine old English style and was sold and occupied as a residence.

Last week we briefly met Henry Dudley who was commissioned as the architect for the new St. Peter’s Church. He was also one of the founding members of the American Institute of Architects. He followed the wishes of the reform movement in church design which called for the return to the forms of the medieval church; perhaps with the thought this would help to revitalize spiritual interest. Wikipedia says: “Gothic architecture is a style of architecture born in the 10th Century in the beautiful churches, abbeys and cathedrals of northern France and later throughout Europe. ... This style flourished during the late medieval period and evolved from Romanesque architecture and was succeeded by Renaissance architecture. Its features include the pointed arch; the ribbed vault and the flying buttress”. (Think Notre Dame in Paris).

The curiosity factor

Not to be returned if the message you leave is a generic one. Many advisors don’t leave messages at all, but you’ve made the call, so why not? Leave a message that might pique your prospect’s interest: “Mr. Jones, I’m calling because I have some ideas to help people who are worried about having enough money to retire. If this means something to you, please call me back at 555-1234. I promise I won’t waste your time.”

Calls to people you know but who are not yet clients need to spark genuine curiosity: “Joe, I’ve been thinking about the conversation we had at John and Mary’s party last week and I have a couple of ideas for you. Give me a call if you can.”

Finally, unreturned calls to a current client suggest a less-than-satisfactory relationship. In this case, it’s not usually about curiosity any longer but about improving the relationship (or firing the client). Still, sending a hand-written note hinting

What Mortgage Lenders/Banks should I avoid?

We're buying our first home. I'm checking rates at Bankrate and finding a lot of choices. I'm tempted to apply to the lowest APR. Should I be avoiding any of these companies listed below? My credit union has a much higher rate than any of these.

Quicken, Everbank, and Compass are names I know.

But... be careful - they are pushers of things that are Evil.
They will try to scam you into variable loans, ARMs, 5/1's, 5/5's.

3 Types of Home Loans in St. Louis for Home Improvement Needs ...

The three popular types of home loans in St. Louis are home equity, home equity line of credit (HELOC), energy efficient mortgage, or cash out refinance. This option is generally referred to as a second mortgage because this loan is taken out in addition to the primary mortgage. The equity of the loan is the amount of your loan that you have “paid off” and therefore “own” in your home. These loans do exist however they are not called home improvement loans. Home equity is using the equity of your loan as collateral. Did you know that there are different types of home loans in St. Louis that can help cover the cost of renovations and repairs....

Easy Solution to Pay Down Your Mortgage in St. Louis | Cornerstone ...

  The couple decides to visit a local lender and find out what their options are on getting a mortgage in St. Louis. The lender walks them through the process and discusses the best payment schedules to pay down their mortgage. Getting a mortgage in St. Louis, can bring mixed feelings of excitement and anxiety. For an instance, a married couple, Sandy and Bob, are about to start a family and decide to buy their first home. Sandy and Bob decide to get their financial ducks in order by setting up a payment schedule....