June 30, 2020 1,148 Views Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Subscribe in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, News Hubzu, an online real estate marketing platform, today announced it now offers customers some of the broadest coverage in the country for foreclosure auction services. It recently began conducting full-service online foreclosure auction sales in Ohio, making it one of the first in the industry to do so. With that expansion, Hubzu now provides marketing for foreclosure auctions nationwide and full-service foreclosure coverage in 17 states with more on the way.The Hubzu online platform is an end-to-end asset management disposition solution for residential foreclosure, short sale, REO, deed in lieu, CWCOT, and retail property auctions. Hubzu simplifies the purchase and sales process for buyers, sellers, and brokers of foreclosure and other properties with transparent bidding and streamlined transaction support. Supported by a strong focus on customer feedback, data, and analytics, Hubzu has facilitated the sale of over 221,000 homes nationwide with over 4.5 million bids placed since 2009.The Hubzu platform helps improve third-party sales by increasing exposure of each property through extensive, multichannel marketing and optimized disposition strategies. Most properties are marketed on over 200 syndication sites, and many with premium placement and customized branding. Properties are also promoted through targeted emails to a database of 1.75 million registered users. Sellers and their listing agents who market their properties on Hubzu also have access to a display advertising network that has driven 8.6 million property views annually and industry-leading SEM strategies that have garnered approximately 53 million advertising impressions to date.Hubzu is one of the first auction companies to utilize newer foreclosure rules in Ohio that allow a private selling officer to conduct the foreclosure sale completely online. It has also incorporated all its auction marketing best practices into Hubzu’s easy-to-use online foreclosure auctions in order to help maximize participation, bids and, ultimately, third-party sales rates.“We are very excited to provide full online foreclosure auctions in additional states,” said Travis Britsch, Hubzu Vice President of Auctions. “Hubzu is dedicated to providing top auction services to our clients wherever their foreclosure properties are located. Our goal is to enhance the overall auction experience for prospective buyers and maximize live and online sales performance for our clients.”Hubzu is in the process of expanding the number of full-service auction states it serves. In late 2020, Hubzu anticipates deploying new integrated online and mobile technology solutions that connect the platform with live on-site foreclosure auctions. This will provide buyers with the ability to place proxy bids, help improve efficiency and increase third-party sale rates. The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Online Foreclosure Services Expanded 2020-06-30 Mike Albanese About Author: Mike Albanese Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Print This Post Previous: COVID-19 Causing Economic Hardship in California Next: The Rise of Fintech in Housing Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Share Save Related Articles Online Foreclosure Services Expanded
in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The competition among homebuyers is intense and home prices have been soaring in recent months. The cause of this heated competition and rising prices is the short supply of homes for sale. This lack of inventory has been prevalent across the country since COVID-19.New data from a Zillow survey shows how the pandemic may be responsible for the recent lack of homes for sale.Approximately 25% of potential sellers cited COVID-19 health concerns as a reason they were not interested in selling their home right now. Another reason seller may be holding off is because more Americans have been able to take advantage of COVID-era mortgage forbearance programs. About 6% of survey respondents said that these forbearance programs were the reason they were putting off selling their homes.A little more than one-third of the survey respondents (34%) said that life uncertainty was a key reason they wouldn’t sell right now but perhaps in the next three years. Similarly, 31% of respondents said that financial uncertainty was the reason they wouldn’t sell during this time. The pandemic has caused life uncertainty and financial uncertainty across the country, which are clearly factors that are keeping sellers out of the market.The recent rise in sales prices which have also occurred in the wake of the pandemic is another reason sellers are holding off. Median home prices are at record-breaking highs, “up nearly 11% year-over-year for the week ending September 5th.” Nearly 40% of respondents considering selling their homes in the next three years claimed that they were waiting to sell at a later date in the hopes of getting an even higher price. Since home prices have skyrocketed during the pandemic, many potential sellers are concerned about whether or not they will be able to afford or even find a new home if they were to sell right now. Among survey respondents who were considering selling their homes in the next three years, 31% said that they were pressing pause on their plans because they were worried about finding or affording a new home.The housing supply crisis has turned the market upside down as inventory is now down 37% year-over-year from 2019. There is no telling how long COVID-19’s impact on sellers–and the housing market overall–will last. Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Share 2Save Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Cristin Espinosa October 27, 2020 1,080 Views Why Are Americans Putting Off Selling Their Homes? The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Print This Post Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: COVID-19 forbearance programs Home Sales Housing Market Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: Minority Households Disproportionately Feel Recession-Related Pain Next: FHFA Strategy Focuses on Post-Conservatorship Years Home / Daily Dose / Why Are Americans Putting Off Selling Their Homes? COVID-19 forbearance programs Home Sales Housing Market 2020-10-27 Cristin Espinosa Cristin Espinosa is a reporter for DS News and MReport. She graduated from Southern Methodist University where she worked as an editor and later as a digital media producer for The Daily Campus. She has a broadcast background as well, serving as a producer for SMU-TV. She wrote for the food section during her fellowship at The Dallas Morning News and has also contributed to Advocate Magazine and The Dallas Observer. Subscribe
England’s U16 girls hit top form to beat Switzerland 5-1 in their international at Pannal Golf Club, Yorkshire. The four England players – Martha Lewis, Hannah Screen, Lily May Humphreys and Amelia Williamson – dominated from the start and between them amassed 24 birdies and an eagle during the day. They shot par or better to win both foursomes and then withstood a strong Swiss challenge in the singles. Humphreys, the English U16 girls’ champion, sped off to a big win but the other three matches were tight. Screen, who has just won the Scottish U16 title, was involved in a game which included birdies on 14, 15, 16 and she bowed out on the 17th despite making a birdie two. Lewis took an early lead in her game but the momentum swung to her Swiss opponent on the back nine. However, Lewis fought back to win down the last. Williamson, the English schools’ champion, was dormie two up, but lost the 17th to a chip-in birdie before pulling off a great sand-save to secure the win on the last. Rebecca Hembrough, the England Golf Women’s Performance Manager, commented: “This is exactly the kind of competitive experience that we want the players to have and it replicates the battles they may face at the Europeans and Home Internationals. We witnessed a lot of fight from both teams and good golf. “The whole day was fantastic, a huge thank you to Pannal, Anthony Abraham and the referees for making it happen – and of course to Nora and her Swiss team.” Results Foursomes Lily May Humphreys (Channels) & Martha Lewis (St George’s Hill) beat Yael Berger & Olivia Tamburlini 3/1 Amelia Williamson (Royal Cromer) & Hannah Screen (Berkhamsted) beat Elena Moosmann & Lily Hürlimann 1 up Singles Screen lost to Berger 2/1 Lewis beat Tamburlini 1 up Williamson beat Hürlimann 2 up Humphreys beat Moosman 6/5 24 Aug 2016 England U16 girls beat Switzerland 5-1
JOCKEY QUOTES -30- KENT DESORMEAUX, VELVET MESQUITE, WINNER: “I want to thank John Harris for breeding possibly the most gorgeous-looking mare. She has perfect balance; she’s a monster.“She is really coming into her own. I think Blake and the whole team have figured her out. She just strutted her stuff today. I was so confident after only 50 yards. She was a completely different ride today, she really has turned a corner and she won. This was the first time going to the gate where she didn’t turn a hair. That was the incredible difference. I think that if she goes to the gate like she did today, there’s nothing she can’t do. The way that she was brining me around the racetrack, I knew they were all going to be in trouble and they were; she won.” TRAINER QUOTES BLAKE HEAP, VELVET MESQUITE, WINNER: “Her last race (Grade II Monrovia) was a tough one. Shrinking Violet (second in that race) was in there and we broke a little slow. Rafael (Bejarano, who rode her in the Monrovia) just nudged her, and you don’t really need to nudge her. Going in forty-three was too much for her, and to hang on against top-class fillies is very tough. She’s come into her own and she’s a top-class filly. She’s tough. Today, everything went perfect. She wants to be just off the pace and everything went right.” JOHN HARRIS, VELVET MESQUITE, WINNER: “It always looks easy, but we always liked this filly. She showed a lot of promise every year, but as a mare gets older, you’re not sure if they can maintain their form. They’re run out of condition, so they have to be good to make it work. So now, our big quandary is to breed her or keep her running. But today, she made a pretty good case for staying in training.“There are a lot of options to breed her; it’s always tempting and we will. It would have been an easier decision if she ran a mediocre race. But now, it’s hard to quit winners. She’ll be a great broodmare. Six (years old) is sort of on the cusp, but she can race a few more times and we can still breed her.“I got into the racing game when I was 10, so it’s been over 60 years.” NOTES: Winning owner/breeder John Harris resides in Coalinga. BLAKE HEAP, VELVET MESQUITE, WINNER: “Last time she broke a bit slow and Rafael really didn’t know her (Bejarano, up for the first time in Velvet Mesquite’s most recent race down the hill on Jan. 3rd) and he was thinking he had to have her near the lead. He urged her a little, tiny bit and going in forty-three was too much for her and to hang on against top class fillies, is very tough. She’s come into herself good, she’s a top class filly; she’s tough.”
Dimitri Payet 1 West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has backed new recruit Dimitri Payet to make every player better at the club.Bilic hailed the £11m summer capture from Marseille but admitted he will chase two more Upton Park additions.France playmaker Payet is set for his full competitive debut as West Ham host Astra Giurgui in Thursday night’s Europa League third qualifying round.“It’s still early days but Dimitri it’s not only my opinion but I know so far he’s not only a great player, he’s a great professional, he’s a good lad,” said Bilic.“He has mixed already. He’s the kind of player I thought we really needed, that’s going to make every player better than they actually are.“He’s got everything. He likes to take responsibility.“He was my number one target and I am grateful to chairman that we got him. And it was done like that – not in four weeks.“He’s doing really well at the moment. Not only him but all the guys but you ask about him.“It may go a bit up and down. But we’re going to help him and he’s going to help us.”
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About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Barcelona coach Valverde: Slavia Prague an important gameby Carlos Volcano3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde says meeting Slavia Prague is an important game for his team’s efforts to secure qualification to the next Champions League round.Barca meet Slavia Prague on Wednesday night.”We expect a great rival, as they have shown in these two Champions League games that they have already played, and remember they eliminated Sevilla last year,” said Valverde.”They attack with many players, show their face, run a lot and will force us to have a great match.”It’s a fundamental game for us and for them.”Things are starting to become clear and that’s why the three points are so important.”
Dennis WardAPTN NewsThe Trudeau government has not made a decision on whether to appeal today’s ruling by the Federal Court of Appeal.Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Ottawa will push ahead with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.But the political fight the feds have been facing over the project is also not going [email protected]
CALGARY – Executives from the biggest oilsands companies in Canada say concerns about getting their products to market are starting to ease in the wake of the regulatory approval of Enbridge Inc.’s $9-billion Line 3 pipeline replacement project.The project to add about 375,000 barrels per day of export capacity into the United States cleared its last major regulatory hurdle at the end of June when it was conditionally endorsed by Minnesota state officials.Executives from Suncor Energy Inc., Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Imperial Oil Ltd., Husky Energy Inc. and Cenovus Energy Inc. say the decision, especially when combined with a deal by the federal government to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline and its expansion project for $4.5 billion, could allow them to consider expansion projects again.However, they said while taking part in a panel at the TD Securities Calgary Energy Conference that such decisions also hinge on federal and provincial regulatory and tax certainty.Husky CEO Rob Peabody says the company expects to grow its overall oil and gas production by about five per cent per year going forward, adding it has excess pipeline capacity now but it will need more room for its growing Western Canada production by about 2023.Suncor chief operating officer Mark Little says his company has sufficient contracted pipeline space as production ramps up at its recently completed 194,000-barrel-per-day Fort Hills oilsands project, but it will hold off on adding major production projects until it’s satisfied that all market access, regulatory and fiscal issues are more clearly understood.
Kolkata: A mentally-challenged woman was allegedly raped while she wasreturning home late on intervening night of Thursday and Friday at Rajarhat. The incident came to light after she fell ill on Friday morning and narrated the incident to her family members. Later, the police arrested the prime accused. According to the police, on Friday morning, a woman arrived at the Rajarhat police station and said her mentally-challenged sister has been raped around 2am on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday. Immediately police personnel went to the victim’s home and interacted with the her in presence of her family members. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaLater, the police came to know that the victim had been to an event at Arbelia on Thursday evening. She was returning home when Karun Naskar alias Kanai blocked her way at Panchanandatala in Rajarhat. He allegedly dragged her to a bush beside the road and raped her. Then he left for home. On Friday morning victim woman suddenly fell ill and started vomiting and blood was found in her private parts. When victim’s elder sister asked what happened, she told her about the incident. Later, the woman was sent to R G Kar Medical College and Hospital for treatment and medical examination. Police went to Naskar’s home at Jaligachi Naskarpara in Rajarhat and arrested him. Later, the accused confessed to crime. Sources informed that Naskar was a local vegetable vendor. He has been booked under IPC section 376 for raping the woman.