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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
http://www.insurancenetworking.com/news/wells-fargo-to-sell-42-insurance-brokerage-offices-to-usi-33736-1.html
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
http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/business/people/article_6c7b11ea-83b3-11e3-a8c0-0019bb2963f4.html
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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Wells Fargo's Idaho chief says his bank, tainted by scandal, must re-earn people's trust

Nearly a year after Wells Fargo admitted it created millions of bogus accounts, the nation’s third-largest bank announced recently that it had uncovered more than a million additional accounts that its customers may not have authorized.

The disclosure dealt another blow to Wells Fargo’s battered reputation and brought the number of potentially unauthorized accounts to 3.5 million. Thousands of employees, pressured to meet aggressive sales goals, opened new accounts without customers’ knowledge, the Associated Press reported.

News of the bogus accounts upset Don Melendez, regional president of Wells Fargo’s Idaho operations. While no unauthorized accounts were created in Idaho, he said, the episode tarnished the bank’s image here and damaged relationships with customers and bank employees.

“In Idaho, we didn’t do that,” Melendez told the Idaho Statesman. “We were good folks up here. But I work for Wells Fargo. I own this and it’s up to us to help people regain their trust in us. And not just customers, but our team.

Conservative answers to Idaho's affordable housing challenge

Our quality of life continues to attract businesses and people to our region. With this influx of homebuyers, the housing market in Boise shows no sign of slowing. And finding an affordable rental in the Treasure Valley, let alone one for a low-income family, has become nearly impossible.

And so Idaho joins more crowded parts of the country facing limited housing stock and rising prices that hit middle class families particularly hard.

While we are better off than a few years ago, when many Idahoans faced falling prices on homes they’d invested everything in, we still lack a robust, private investment vehicle for affordable housing. And, Idaho should be leading the charge for reform to resolve the situation surrounding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the primary backers of affordable home loans and rental-housing financing.

Some readers will cringe, remembering when the innocent-sounding Fannie and Freddie were at the center of the 2008 financial crisis, when government guarantees on sketchy loans and aggressive investment practices led to real problems — and a $187 billion taxpayer-funded bailout.

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.