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US Bancorp outperforms many bigger banks
http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/01/24/2988866/us-bancorp-outperformsmany-bigger.html
Legal expenses and claims over shoddy mortgages have cost the six biggest lenders more than $114 billion since 2007, and probes and new regulations like the Volcker Rule have put pressure on revenue. The advantage The bank has more than 62,000

Wells Fargo to Sell 42 Insurance Brokerage Offices to USI
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The sale, which is scheduled to be completed in the second quarter, includes six locations in West Virginia and offices in Dayton, Ohio; Boise, Idaho; and Anchorage, Alaska. About 750 of Wells Fargo Insurance's roughly 6,500 employees will be affected, 

Wells Fargo to sell insurance brokers to USI
http://www.investmentnews.com/article/20140123/FREE/140129943
Wells Fargo to sell insurance brokers to USI The sale, which is scheduled to be completed in the second quarter, includes six locations in West Virginia and offices in Dayton, Ohio; Boise, Idaho; and Anchorage, Alaska. About 750 of Wells Fargo Insurance's roughly 6,500 employees will be affected

People in Business for Jan. 19, 2014
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The Idaho native has a deep understanding of rural culture and communities. Hennessy has more than 20 years experience in mortgage lending and joined First Interstate two years ago as secondary market risk manager for home loans. The qualifying

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What is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

For the last several years, anyone with a gripe about a bank, mortgage lender or student loan servicer has had a place to go.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has maintained a giant public database of consumer complaints that contains more than 900,000 grievances against financial companies.

But the future of that complaint database is up in the air.

Critics have long argued that  the bureau's power is too broad and unregulated . The tension came to a head last week when Director Richard Cordray resigned and named a temporary successor from within the bureau. President Trump later announced Mick Mulvaney, the current director of the Office of Management and Budget and frequent CFPB critic, as his pick for acting director.

On Sunday,  a lawsuit was filed  against Trump and Mulvaney, seeking a court order halting Mulvaney's appointment as acting director.

While the drama continues to play out about who is leading the watchdog agency, its future remains unclear. Earlier this year, Republican lawmakers introduced legislation to abolish the CFPB altogether.

Ada County's low home inventory to continue in 2018

Boise, ID - As 2017 comes to a close, the Treasure Valley continues to experience a shortage of homes for sale -- especially in Ada County. 

Experts predict low inventory to continue into next year, but say there's still hope for home buyers.

Homes are selling faster than they can be listed, contributing to Ada County's record-low inventory.

"We've had three years of consistent, falling inventory," said Katrina Wehr, President of Boise Regional Realtors. "...which obviously is a great sign that our market has recovered."

The average supply of inventory in the county is nearly two months worth. However, in a balanced market, you need between four to six. 

"Below $250,000 is definitely a seller's market right now," Wehr said. "We've got a great demand for that price point, and not enough supply."

But if you do find the right home for you, the good news is that mortgage rates are flat -- advantageous for buyers -- and that could continue into 2018. 

How much should i offer on a forclosing home?

I have been renting the house for about nine months now and the property has been in the process of being forclosed on the entire time, it is set to auction on the 21st of this month April 2009.


Banks are definitely interested in short sales at this point because they don't want to foreclose. The big problem is, unless you can pay cash, you'll need a loan. Both you and the house have to qualify for the loan.