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Peter Piper Picked a Poor Mortgage Now Peters Property is in Poor Closure!

We all know the story of Peter Piper. Here, later in life Peter Piper gets a house. But Peter Piper doesn't pick the proper mortgage and now ...

WSFS Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:WSFS) Short Interest Up ...

Investors are feeling more bearish on shares of the company of late if you take note of the increase in short interest. The stock realized a rise in short interest of 15.06% between August 31, 2017 and September 15, 2017. Short interest increased 105,030 over that timeframe. Days to cover decreased -2.0 to 7.0 and the short interest percentage is 0.03% as of September 15.

WSFS Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:WSFS) has been the object of insider selling activity recently. Stephen P. Clark, EVP sold $403,827 worth of shares at an average price of $43.69 on Tue the 5th. Clark now owns $397,492 of stock per an SEC filing yesterday.

A few notable investment firms have updated their holdings. Allianz Asset Management Gmbh reduced its stake by shedding 13,720 shares a decrease of 16.1% in the quarter. Allianz Asset Management Gmbh owns 71,385 shares valued at $3,237,000. The total value of its holdings decreased 17.2%. Alphaone Investment Services, LLC divested its investment by selling 2,016 shares a decrease of 1.9% as of 06/30/2017. Alphaone Investment Services, LLC controls 106,573 shares with a value of $4,834,000. The value of the position overall is down by 3.1%.

An existential fight: Lawsuit questions how closely air rights are tethered to land

Despite their very real impact, air rights are one of the most abstract concepts in development. Now a developer and lender are clashing over how tightly these rights are tied to the properties they spring from, and the fight’s outcome could have far-reaching implications.

The issue is at the heart of a lawsuit filed by CB Developers against one of their lenders, Texas-based LStar Capital Finance. CB’s mortgage from LStar states that collateral includes development rights acquired by the developer in “connection with the land and the development with the land.” CB argues that the rights are divorced from the land, while LStar claims they are inseparable.

CB, which developed a mixed-use building at 200 East 39th Street, received 50,810 square feet of air rights from the city through its inclusionary housing program. The developer received the rights because it included 19 affordable housing units in its project.

CB used 9,475 square feet of the density bonus on the project, the maximum allowed on the site. This left 25,358 square feet of air rights that needed to be either sold or transferred. The developer tried to sell a portion of the rights, 3,948 square feet, but LStar, which provided $48.3 million to CB in 2016 to refinance the project, objected. The lender claimed the rights were part of collateral on the financing.

fiance bought house in Mn.Got married in 2005,how do i get my name on abstract,mortgage,...?

my fiance' bought a house in austin,minnesota in 2001. We got married in 2005. It is now 2009. i am wondering how we go about getting my spouses' name on the mortgage,abstract,etc.

This question is confusing. It's hard to tell who's asking, the one with the name on the warranty deed or the one without the name on the warranty deed.

Whichever, getting the name on the warranty deed is easy.