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Judgments for Lafourche Parish: Jan. 25, 2014
http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20140124/NEWS20/140129712?Title=Judgments-for-Lafourche-Parish-Jan-25-2014
Defendant: Kenneth Bourgeois, Gretta Bourgeois; Plaintiff: Lafourche Mortgage & Loan Inc; ; $5,796; Entry#1170345 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: Donovan K Charles; Plaintiff: First Heritage Credit of LA LLC; ; $862; Entry#1170346 on 1/9/2014. • Defendant: 

Bank of America selects Patrick O'Neil as Savannah market president
http://savannahnow.com/exchange/2014-01-24/bank-america-selects-patrick-oneil-savannah-market-president
However, challenges remain as its mortgage business shrinks with interest rates creeping up and fewer people refinancing their home loans — and legal troubles left over from risky mortgages it took on in 2008 still loom. O'Neil spoke with Savannah

DEXTER: Boxwood Cottage and Home is Dexter's newest small business
http://www.heritage.com/articles/2014/01/25/dexter_leader/news/doc52e27c5a0012b868219119.txt
Hauman joked that sometimes the pair have to stop each other from laughing and one has to remind the other that there's taxes to do or a mortgage to pay. "I couldn't imagine doing anything else," Hauman said. Boxwood Cottage and Home is open Tuesday 

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_116.html
Robindale subdivision, lot 1, square 5: Russell D. Whitaker Jr. and Russell Whitaker Jr. to Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee for the Certificateholders of CWALT Inc. Alternative Loan Trust 2005-JJ Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Series 2005-J1

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Black Heritage Trail to acquire Court St. building

PORTSMOUTH A lawyer, local historian and son of a Portsmouth police officer, John "Jack" McGee is working with the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire to sell the nonprofit his historic 222 Court St. building, where he's been practicing law for the past 33 years.

"It's really nice that the story starts right at our door," said JerriAnne Boggis, executive director of BHTNH, at the front door of McGee's downtown property Tuesday. "There were enslaved people in this house."

Through a web of different funding opportunities, the BHTNH hopes to raise enough capital for a down payment on McGee's property by June, then raise enough to be mortgage-free into perpetuity.

The BHTNH has the mission statement, "To promote awareness and appreciation of African American history and culture in New Hampshire." Boggis said after the BHTNH takes ownership of McGee's building and small lot, it will use the space for an interpretive learning center, a gift shop, offices, meeting spaces and to host changing exhibits about African American history. There will be an information center and the property will be a meeting place for visitors who come to tour the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail, she said.

Dorothy, Looking for a Wizard, Instead Finds the Mortgage Banker of Oz in New Halifax Ad

The present-day scenes were filmed in a London studio and “painstakingly superimposed during postproduction” over original footage from the beloved 1939 film.

This ad marks the latest in a series of collaborations between Halifax and Warner Brothers. Previous spots have starred other notable characters such as Top Cat and The Fintstones in an attempt to boost the bank chain’s cross-generation appeal.

“What better place to showcase Halifax’s expertise and heritage in helping the nation’s home buyers than the Emerald City,” said Halifax managing director of brands and marketing Catherine Kehoe. “The twist this time is that our friendly colleague Greg ‘appears’ alongside Dorothy and her friends in the land of Oz, demonstrating how we give extra to our customers every day.”

The onscreen “your home may be repossessed if you don’t keep up repayments” disclaimer is particularly amusing in this case, as it leads one to imagine whether a certain witch (wicked or not) might double as the bearer of bad news for new homeowners in Oz.

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