Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 8:19pm. 1997 Views, 0 Comments.
Dominion Homes of Kentucky LTD – to Angela & Kevin Veeley – lot 40 Cloverbrook Farms, phase 1 section 1 – $142025
Charterwest Mortgage LLC through Countrywide Home Loans & Christy Reese – to The Bank of New York – lot 5 Ardmore Subdivision – $1
David & Stacey Monteleone – to Prudential Relocation Inc. – tract A, Rockbridge Heights II – $293000
Prudential Relocation Inc – to Jennifer Payne & Trevor Rowe – Tract A Rockbridge Heights II – $293000
Bank of New York acting as successor Trustee, Raymundo & Carmelina Nava – to The Bank of New…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 8:14pm. 3136 Views, 0 Comments.
53 new RE/MAX offices opened during that same 3 month time frame. Some of the other countries that are experiencing strong REMAX growth are as follows:
United Kingdom - 19 new REMAX offices
Portugal – 18 new REMAX offices
Australia & Italy – 17 new offices
Canada – 16 new offices
Turkey – 15 new offices
Quite good locally, nationally, and internationally.
Of course, if you are looking for a Louisville Kentucky REMAX…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 3:21pm. 1097 Views, 0 Comments.
Does this mean that the national real estate market has finally reached bottom and is on an upswing? Not likely. Many economists continue to predict months to a couple years before a turn around is expected on a large level.
Why do they say that? Well, first off, if you look at the increase of real estate sales of 2.9% from the previous…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 3:16pm. 1845 Views, 0 Comments.
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 3:12pm. 1172 Views, 0 Comments.
Gotcha. No, its not actually – but Simpsonville KY real estate did recently increase in size by 130 acres. At the Wednesday March 19, 2008 city commission meeting, it was approved unanimously by a score of 5 to 0 to annex some land to within its city limits that is currently owned by John Schnatter of Papa John’s Pizza fame. The annexation was requested by the real estate owner to prevent it from potentially being annexed into a proposed new city called Veechdale that is gaining some momentum within this community.
And now the city has plans to potentially acquire an additional 10 acres that is located on the southern portion of the I-64 interchange that is currently owned by James…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 3:08pm. 879 Views, 0 Comments.
The most recent news has come out regarding Louisville real estate – and potential opportunities for REOs, investments, foreclosures, and flips. While many parts of the rest of the country continues to see record setting foreclosures, Kentucky is currently going against that market perspective.
If you compare the February 2008 new foreclosures to February 2007, the rate of foreclosures in Kentucky declined by 24.2%. And by comparing that number to January 2008, the rate declined 16.7%.
The gross numbers included 476 foreclosures for February 2008. This equates to approximately one out of over 3900 homes in Kentucky.
The foreclosures decrease places Kentucky…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:54pm. 1603 Views, 0 Comments.
Regions Bank, Betty Lewis – to Union Planters Bank – lot 24 Benson Trace section 1 – $1
Taylor Bean and Whitaker Don and Leesa Bennett – to Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs – real estate on Orphan’s Lane – $1
Countrywide Home Loans Inc., Emily Prater – to Federal National Mortgage – lot in Mount Eden – $1
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:51pm. 1653 Views, 0 Comments.
There is now an active voice of opposition against the idea and it is being spear headed by a recently formed coalition called No Oldham Airport (NOA). The group held its first coalition meeting on January 10, 2008 and the main organizer taking charge of things is Jim Pearson.
More than 600 Oldham County KY homes owners attended the meeting and supported the opposition of having an airport placed in the county. Some interested Shelby County KY homes owners that reside along the county line were also in attendance to show their support of the…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:46pm. 1811 Views, 0 Comments.
This approval was done unanimously by the Oldham County Board of Education – and over some protests and disagreements from various parents of children that are attending the schools within the county. Parents criticized that they were not given an adequate voice for the process and that they went more or less unheard for input on the proposal.
The school officials held their ground that they had adequate input from parents, and that revisions that were made reflected the concerns of most parents of children within the school system – and that these…
Friday, September 2nd, 2011 at 2:42pm. 2912 Views, 0 Comments.
Well, the efforts of those Louisville homes owners apparently worked, as the Louisville Metro Council approved the downgrade in zoning use on approximately 475 acres in the Thixton Lane area. The downgrade in zoning now requires that those properties be developed be done so on tracts of 5 acres or larger for approval.
This is typically a fairly irregular request and the home owners in the area wanted to use it as a means of preventing Louisville real estate development from running rampant in their area and that the…