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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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Millennials want a house soon, but some buying into purchase myths

These misperceptions present an opportunity for lenders to leverage tools and programs to educate first-time purchasers on the home buying process, especially being that millennials are eager to enter the market.

Nearly three-quarters of millennials cite homeownership as a top goal, and are prioritizing it over marriage and having children. Interestingly, 90% would rather pay more for a preferred location than to purchase a property elsewhere at a lower value.

About 45% of first-time homebuyers are planning to stay in their current neighborhood, an opportunity for lenders to target local renters.

"Younger generations tell us that owning a home has become a milestone that defines their success, and it's promising to see them aspiring to homeownership," Steve Boland, head of consumer lending at Bank of America, said in a press release.

"We're helping them look at their full financial picture, save early, and understand the tools available to them so they can buy knowing they're able to balance their home and other priorities far into the future," he said.

Boise poised at the right angle for housing growth

The "Treasure Valley" name is appropriate, given the profit made from farming, ranching, mining, and now technology that have taken root in this corner of the state. Over the past century, the Boise City-Nampa, ID MSA has wavered between moderate and wild growth. Looking at the past 11 U.S. Census counts for its five counties, we see two decades in which the population grew by more than 45% – the 1970s and 1990s. Between 2000 and 2010, it jumped by just under a third, and when the 2020 Census results are in, we should expect to see a similar bump.

It's also a healthy sign for a Metro area to have population growth mirrored by dropping unemployment. For Boise City-Nampa, unemployment is now at the very low rate of 2.9%, a full percentage point lower than the national average announced in early May, which was an 18-year low of 3.9%. It's a credit to Boise Metro's economic resilience that after the financial crisis sent unemployment rising sharper than the face of nearby Mount Borah, from 2.2% in June 2007 to 10.6% in January 2010, it has steadily dropped back to its enviable current rate.

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.