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Real Estate Mortgages for Laforuche Parish: Jan. 25, 2014
http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20140124/NEWS20/140129706?Title=Real-Estate-Mortgages-for-Laforuche-Parish-Jan-25-2014
Houma Mortgage & Loan Inc; Mortgagor: April A Johnson, Marco Sierra; Lot 3 Blk A Meadowland; $20,163; Entry#1170253 on 1/7/2014. • Community Bank; Mortgagor: James B Miller Jr, Shantel I Darden; Sec 43 T17S-R18E; $44,070; Entry#1170258 on 

Ottawa to Ease Credit Union Transition to Federal Regulation
http://www.canadianmortgagetrends.com/canadian_mortgage_trends/2014/01/ottawa-to-ease-credit-union-transition-to-federal-regulation.html
From a mortgage standpoint, however, a move to federal rules would be a mixed bag. For one thing, it would put CUs that elect federal BC's Coast Capital and Ontario's Meridian Credit Union are two that have." Almost 1/3 of Canadians are credit

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_115.html
Beebalm Circle 421: DR Horton Inc. Gulf Coast to Heather A. Primeaux and Brent C. Bourgeois, $229,900. Camden Park Drive 406: Deborah Hanzo . Ozone Place, lot 39-A, square 346-A: HSBC Bank USA NA, as Trustee for Merrill Lynch Mortgage Investors Inc

Shaking Things Up
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Meryl, Eagle Capital's resident money-managing math whiz, dissects the prospects for four promising companies that she thinks have fallen unfairly out of favor. And Bill, chief of everything at bond behemoth Pimco, not only shares his insights into the 

You're the Boss Mortgage from Coast Capital Savings (Punjabi)

(Punjabi with subtitles) Our You're the Boss™ Mortgage is full of flexible features designed to put you in charge. Because saying hello to a ...

Mortgage approvals fall more than expected

“Housing finance data corroborates the other housing-related data flow, with building approvals, auction clearance rates and house prices all taking on a softer tone.”

ANZ senior economist Daniel Gradwell said the weakness — with the 14 per cent annual decline in approvals the worst since 2010 — was unsurprising and already factored into the bank’s housing forecasts.

CoreLogic data this week showed capital city home prices are down 4.1 per cent on the same time a year ago.

The Reserve Bank said on Friday characterised the decline in credit as mostly demand-driven, which Mr Jarman called “dubious”.

The RBA’s six-monthly Financial Stability Review downplayed risks that “an excessive tightening in lending standards could exacerbate the current housing slowdown,” indicating risks to the financial system remain low and manageable.

“RBA officials seem very comfortable that the bulk of the heavy lifting has been done on lending standards — the fact that house prices have declined in a gradual, orderly fashion informs that view,” Mr Jarman said.

Mortgage holders rejoice: Most Qld homes rose in value over the past year

“The more sustainable history of price growth has kept a lid on housing affordability and made these markets attractive to migrants, particularly those areas where economic conditions are buoyant,” Mr Lawless said.

“A ripple of demand has been emanating from the largest capitals towards the satellite cities where housing is generally more affordable and lifestyle factors can be appealing.

“Many coastal and lifestyle markets have benefited from a rise in buyer demand, either from those looking for a new residence, second home or investment option.”

Mr Lawless also said many of the hard hit mining regions had now levelled out and were starting to show growth.

He said the data highlighted the diversity across Australia’s housing markets.

“While conditions are broadly slowing, especially around Sydney and Melbourne, many areas of the country are benefiting from a history of more sustainable growth rates, improving demand and reasonably strong economic conditions,” Mr Lawless said.

How would you fix this economy?

Here are my ideas. What are yours?

1) Small scale lending must be nationalized. The "free market" has little interest in lending to individuals and small businesses.