Arizona title loans – Arizona Heli http://arizonaheli.com/ Wed, 15 Sep 2021 16:41:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://arizonaheli.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Arizona title loans – Arizona Heli http://arizonaheli.com/ 32 32 Mr. Cooper, NMI, FHL Bank of Boston does C-suite promotions https://arizonaheli.com/mr-cooper-nmi-fhl-bank-of-boston-does-c-suite-promotions/ https://arizonaheli.com/mr-cooper-nmi-fhl-bank-of-boston-does-c-suite-promotions/#respond Wed, 15 Sep 2021 16:41:15 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/mr-cooper-nmi-fhl-bank-of-boston-does-c-suite-promotions/ From left to right: Gregg Meyer, Tim Anderson, Mark Hughes Evolve Mortgage Services, a provider of digital mortgage tools and products headquartered in Frisco, TX, announced a reorganization to address changing market trends, creating three new business units – Fixtures, eMortgage and Capital Markets . “With sustained activity for agency and government lending and increasing […]]]>

From left to right: Gregg Meyer, Tim Anderson, Mark Hughes

Evolve Mortgage Services, a provider of digital mortgage tools and products headquartered in Frisco, TX, announced a reorganization to address changing market trends, creating three new business units – Fixtures, eMortgage and Capital Markets .

“With sustained activity for agency and government lending and increasing demand for non-agency loans, the strategic realignments we are making will allow us to support any lender’s origination strategy,” said Paul Anselmo, CEO of Evolve Mortgage Services.

Gregg Meyer, Tim Anderson and Mark Hughes will lead the new units. Evolve’s current chairman, Gregg Meyer, who joined the company in 2008, has been appointed chairman of arrangements, and he will be responsible for developing tools to make out-of-agency arrangements as effective as Fannie Mae loans and Freddie Mac.

A leader in digital mortgages for over 30 years, Anderson previously worked at Evolve from 2007-2010 and takes on the chairmanship of the eMortgage unit, having joined the company earlier this summer as eMortgage Strategy Director. The company recently increased its digital capabilities with the acquisition of E-Notary Seal and announced the addition of remote online notary services for loan modifications to its offers.

Hughes, who has been with Evolve as Managing Director since early 2020, will become President of Capital Markets. He will lead the Company’s closed loan review services for all products and clients, including third party reviews for securitization.

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Most admired companies in 2021: FirstBank https://arizonaheli.com/most-admired-companies-in-2021-firstbank/ https://arizonaheli.com/most-admired-companies-in-2021-firstbank/#respond Sun, 12 Sep 2021 17:14:54 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/most-admired-companies-in-2021-firstbank/ AZ Business magazine and BestCompaniesAZ annually present the Most Admired Companies program to recognize organizations that excel in these six key areas: Customer Ratings; diversity, equity and inclusion; innovation; leadership excellence; social responsibility; and workplace culture. One of Arizona’s most admired companies for 2021 is FirstBank. READ ALSO: Here are Arizona’s most admired companies for […]]]>

AZ Business magazine and BestCompaniesAZ annually present the Most Admired Companies program to recognize organizations that excel in these six key areas: Customer Ratings; diversity, equity and inclusion; innovation; leadership excellence; social responsibility; and workplace culture. One of Arizona’s most admired companies for 2021 is FirstBank.


READ ALSO: Here are Arizona’s most admired companies for 2021


With hundreds of nominations representing Arizona’s most innovative, impactful and successful companies, being one of the Most Admired Companies of 2021 shows that these companies truly represent Arizona’s best companies. The Most Admired Companies for 2021 will be honored at an awards dinner on October 7, 2021 at the Pointe Hilton Resort Tapatio Cliffs in Phoenix. The title sponsors of the Most Admired Business Awards are WaFd Bank and Taylor Morrison. For more sponsorship information, email Amy.Lindsey@azbigmedia.com. For more information on the Most Admired Companies event, email Lynette.Carrington@azbigmedia.com or click here.

Azbigmedia.com will spotlight one of Arizona’s most admired companies each day before the awards dinner.

First Bank

Most Admired Company: 2011, 2018-2021

Arizona Senior Executive: Humphrey Shin, Market President

What he does: One of the largest private banks in the country.

Company Profile: FirstBank, one of the largest private banks in the country focused on ‘banking for good’, began providing banking services in 1963. They started with humble beginnings: in a 15-meter trailer, the ‘trolley Checks’ was invented and has grown to over $ 25 billion in assets and 110 branches in Arizona, Colorado and California. Since 2000, FirstBank has been recognized as a leader in corporate philanthropy, contributing nearly $ 75 million and thousands of volunteer hours. In addition, a large portion of its stock is owned by management and employees, giving all employees a financial stake in the bank’s success.

Admirable trait: FirstBank is responsible for financing over $ 1 billion in consumer and business loans. These loans have had a significant impact on the local community by creating jobs, educational facilities, housing, and transforming once dilapidated areas into great places to live and work. They even helped expand Gilbert Christian Schools’ footprint with a new, state-of-the-art 56,000-square-foot campus and built some of Arizona’s flagship developments including Portland on the Park, a 149-unit downtown condo. from Phoenix.

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Hot Sedona real estate shows signs of cooling https://arizonaheli.com/hot-sedona-real-estate-shows-signs-of-cooling/ https://arizonaheli.com/hot-sedona-real-estate-shows-signs-of-cooling/#respond Fri, 10 Sep 2021 18:14:23 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/hot-sedona-real-estate-shows-signs-of-cooling/ The demand for real estate in Sedona is high and inventory is low. Homes that cost an average of $ 500,000 are long gone. The median-priced new home in Sedona averages $ 850,000, and million-dollar homes are in high demand. Has Sedona hit its peak in the housing market? With the cost of homes rising, […]]]>

The demand for real estate in Sedona is high and inventory is low. Homes that cost an average of $ 500,000 are long gone.

The median-priced new home in Sedona averages $ 850,000, and million-dollar homes are in high demand.

Has Sedona hit its peak in the housing market?

With the cost of homes rising, inventory levels low, more short-term rentals and the limited number of rental units available, will the Sedona bubble burst? Will there be an adjustment in the selling prices of the houses? Are we going to experience another stock market crash similar to 2007-2008?

No collapse planned at this time

According to several local real estate agents, there is no indication that the market will collapse anytime soon. On the contrary, many believe Sedona is now a luxury market with buyers looking for homes over $ 1 million.

“Ten or 15 years ago, people would come to town looking for a house between $ 500,000 and $ 700,000 and ask them what they could get, and you would show them the houses available,” said Rick Wesselhoff of Coldwell Banker Realty. “Then that changed when the internet became popular with Zillow and Realtor. com. People would say, “I see the X, Y and Z houses [online], and I want to see them when I come to town.

“Now they say, ‘I see there is no housing available, but I am looking for something like this’, then it is the officer’s job to look for something that is about to go. ‘hit the market,’ Wesselhoff said. “It’s gone from having a ton of inventory to composing what they want and now they want it and it’s just not there.”

The buyers

Many real estate agents surveyed said at least half or more of buyers are from California. Many of the buyers are people in their 50s who realized during the COVID-19 pandemic that they could work remotely and wanted to live in a beautiful place and raise their families in a safe environment. A few of the multi-million dollar homes have been bought by young entrepreneurs in their 20s and 30s who want a place where they can telecommute and enjoy the outdoors.

“Based on the trends and the things I’ve studied, Sedona is going to be a strong market for next year,” said Kris Anderson, an agent at eXp Realty in Sedona.

Anderson said she is seeing more sales with younger buyers entering the market and buying million dollar homes. She doesn’t see the real estate bubble bursting anytime soon in Sedona.

“I don’t see this bubble or the foreclosure or the fiduciary sale notice,” she said. “These were the indicators for 2008. I look at the sale notices from trustees and I could predict 180 days if there were any problems. We are not going to see this in Sedona. We are still a secondary market.

Sales up 35%

By mid-year, single-family home sales were up 35% from 2020. The recorded median selling price of these homes jumped 47% to $ 850,000, with an average price per square foot. of $ 385.

“With competition between multiple offers for new listings becoming commonplace, the sell-to-list price ratio has reached an all-time high of 101%,” said Roy Grimm, a broker at RE / MAX Sedona. “That is, on average, homes sold for 1% higher than the list price. This acceleration in prices is largely due to a serious shortage of stocks in the face of continued strong demand. “

The inventory of Sedona and the village of Oak Creek is difficult. Currently there are 148 residential units in total on the market and 82 available, which means there is no contract yet. Of the 82, 42 are in unincorporated areas and within city limits, 30 are houses, eight condos, and two manufactured homes.

Of the 30 homes, two are priced at $ 700,000 or less, nine are priced between $ 700,000 and $ 1 million, and 19 are over $ 1 million.

“We definitely have a lot of people coming here for primary residences, and investment in short-term rentals has also increased,” Wesselhoff said, adding that Sedona “is warmer than Oak Creek Village because half some neighborhoods don’t allow it Short-term rentals A property that allows short-term rentals is worth more to buyers.

In 2021, the number of homes on the market was 27% of that of 2020.

Holiday rents

Contributing to soaring prices is fierce competition for properties that could legally be used as vacation rentals. This attribute led to a sell price premium far beyond what a usual comparative market analysis would indicate and sharply increased median and average prices.

More and more buyers are entering the market to buy homes for the long term, but they want to use the property as a short term rental until they are ready to move in for good.

“The # 1 reason people leave Sedona or sell their homes is to get closer to their children or seek treatment,” Wesselhoff said. “I get this call everyday from a former client or friend asking how much can they get for their house. They really don’t want to move, but they think if they sold their house now they could pocket $ 300,000 to $ 500,000.

“Finding a place to live after selling their house is not easy, so I tell them to stay where they are.

Sales have cooled

While the median price of a single-family home continues to break records, sales have slowed in this latest 90-day period.

“The last 12 month period saw 710 sales, an increase of 47% from 485 sales in the previous 12 month period,” according to Randy Crewse, with Arizona Prime Real Estate. “This is the highest number of sales ever recorded in a 12-month period. Faced with very strong demand, residential inventories have continued to drop 6% over the past 90 days. “

Sales of vacant land also increased during the year.

“Vacant lots have seen their best run since the ‘land rush of 2004’, with 222 sales compared to 54 in 2020,” said Grimm. “Prices, however, still haven’t matched this big jump. The median was a very healthy 25%, but still at just $ 242,250 – well below the $ 515,000 in 2006. Yet, with the supply dwindling, it’s only a matter of time before. that we don’t come back to that kind of price. “

“[Buyers] have to do their homework before buying land, “said Anderson,” because we find that some people who were buying land, their real estate agents haven’t educated them enough on the cost of things like a septic tank, a soil test and hire a contractor to do a topography.

“If buyers don’t get the best education, they get these packages and get unhappy. I asked a few people to go through the process and they asked me to put their property back up for sale after I bought it with another agent because they didn’t know it was going to be so expensive.

Mortgage rates

Record mortgage rates and a shortage of inventory keep the housing market strong in terms of demand.

“It’s a natural progression – everything is cyclical. As stocks go down, prices go up…. I think the current forecast for the next 12 months is pretty stable – a 3% price increase over the 38% price increases we saw last year, ”Wesselhoff said. “The absorption rate takes into account the number of homes sold each month and its link with the total number of homes. “

“A balanced market has six months of inventory,” he said. “So if we sell 50 homes a month, you have to have 300 homes on the market to have a balanced and balanced market. If there are less than 300, it is a sellers’ market; if there are more than 300 at this rate of sale, then it is a buyer’s market. Six months is the key. We’re two months old, so it’s good in a seller’s market. It can’t be much lower than that.

For those who work in Sedona and want to live here, affordable housing is almost non-existent and expensive. Patricia Saxton, an artist from Sedona, has rented a house in the village of Oak Creek for over three years. In March, the owner decided to move out and renovate his home, leaving Saxton with no place to live.

“I was given 45 days to leave. Inventories were low and prices were skyrocketing, ”she said. “I couldn’t find anything and contacted a friend who had a casita, and they let me stay there,” she said. “It took me over five months to find a place. I tracked the rentals and got online at the right time and found a perfect home for me.

Sedona Oak Creek School District superintendent Dennis Dearden struggled to find housing for the teachers he hired.

“One of the major problems is our school system,” he said. “With enrollment declining, it is difficult for young families to afford the average house price and recruiting teachers is a challenge. It is not difficult to find teachers. They look at the location, the scenery and / or the opportunity to teach in a very attractive unique school, and the salaries are very competitive compared to those in the Phoenix area. “

“But at the end of the day, once they get here they want to live in Sedona and they realize they can’t find a home here – there aren’t any homes available or it’s out of their range. price, ”he said.

Forecast

“Local securities firms tell us about a sharp drop in new receiverships in Sedona and across the state for June and July,” Grimm said. “Part of this could be attributed to a return to the seasonality of our old market, but there seems to be a cooling feeling.”

“And, we are seeing more and more list prices going down as sellers start to back off some of the overpriced,” he said. “However, multiple offer situations are still the norm for well-priced homes and even for some new vacant lot listings when they come on the market. One change, however, that we have seen with our clients is our growing success for buyers with loans competing with cash buyers for these properties. This is not only good news for these clients, especially with rates so low now, but it also opens the market to a significant level of pent-up demand from those in need of financing.

“They were largely shut out of the market, until recently, by cash buyers,” Grimm said. “Collecting them, in increasing numbers, keeps the market strong and healthy.”

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Dawn of August 31: Agriculture leaders hope for resilience of New Orleans export terminals | 2021-08-31 https://arizonaheli.com/dawn-of-august-31-agriculture-leaders-hope-for-resilience-of-new-orleans-export-terminals-2021-08-31/ https://arizonaheli.com/dawn-of-august-31-agriculture-leaders-hope-for-resilience-of-new-orleans-export-terminals-2021-08-31/#respond Tue, 31 Aug 2021 14:26:45 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/dawn-of-august-31-agriculture-leaders-hope-for-resilience-of-new-orleans-export-terminals-2021-08-31/ Soy Transportation Coalition executive director Mike Steenhoek said he expects resilience from New Orleans export terminals that withstood the hurricane, but he also pointed out that assessments of damage had to be done. Most export facilities were able to resume operations quickly last year, despite an active hurricane season, Steenhoek said.“We certainly hope something like […]]]>

Soy Transportation Coalition executive director Mike Steenhoek said he expects resilience from New Orleans export terminals that withstood the hurricane, but he also pointed out that assessments of damage had to be done.

Most export facilities were able to resume operations quickly last year, despite an active hurricane season, Steenhoek said.
“We certainly hope something like this happens this year and doesn’t last longer. It really depends on the damage assessment that is currently underway, ”he said.

Steenhoek noted that the region accounts for 61% of soybean exports and 58% of corn exports.

Judge overturns Trump rule

Arizona federal judge highlighted the impacts of the Trump administration’s navigable waters protection rule on the southwest by deciding to rescind the rule on Monday.

US District Judge Rosemary Márquez noted that since the rule came into effect last year, more than 1,500 streams in Arizona and New Mexico have been considered “an ephemeral non-jurisdictional resource.” She has repeatedly cited concerns expressed by the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers about the rule’s impacts on the country’s waters.

The Biden administration is collecting feedback on a new rule to replace last year’s version, but has yet to withdraw it. The government asked the court to dismiss the rule but allow it to remain in place. Arizona farm groups have stepped in to defend the NWPR.

The challenge was raised by tribes in Arizona and other states.

USDA Seeks Applications From Intermediary Lenders For Real Estate Program For New Heirs

Intermediate lenders can now apply for loans to participate in the USDA’s new Heir Property Loan program, the department said on Monday.

The USDA encourages co-ops, credit unions, and nonprofits to submit applications until Oct. 29 for competitive loans.

As part of the program, the Farm Service Agency will lend up to $ 5 million at 1% interest to eligible lenders, who will lend funds to heirs to help resolve title issues “by financing the purchase or sale. consolidation of land interests and the financing costs associated with an estate. plan, ”the FSA said.

Intermediate lenders should use the HPRP application form (FSA-2637) to apply.

Republicans demand responses from USDA ahead of reconciliation process

Leading Republicans on the House and Senate agriculture committees are calling on Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to explain the increase in spending on nutrition assistance in response to unmet needs of producers.

“Despite trillions of federal spending related to COVID and hundreds of billions more spent on non-COVID programs, farmers, ranchers, foresters and rural communities across the United States remain vulnerable to the impacts of pandemic and volatile inflation, ”the letter from Sen John Boozman of Arkansas and Representative Glenn“ GT ”Thompson of Pennsylvania said.

Boozman and Thompson say they want answers before major House committees soon begin consideration of the Democrats’ $ 3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.

WTO agrees to form panel on China’s grain quotas

The World Trade Organization on Monday accepted a Chinese request from a panel that will assess whether the country has adequately reformed its tariff rate quotas for imports of wheat, rice and corn, according to Geneva officials.

The United States continues to insist that China failed to make the necessary reforms after a WTO ruling in 2019, but the Chinese are firm in their disagreement.

The United States has responded, officials said, by pledging to suspend its WTO retaliation request against China for failing to reform the TRQ process.

“The United States has said it is ready to work with China to reach a resolution,” a Geneva official said.

Rabo Carbon Bank launches pilot program with five farms

Rabo Carbon Bank is launching a pilot program with five farms, which will be compensated for using regenerative agricultural practices to enrich the soils of their fields while capturing carbon from the air.

Based on Continuum Ag’s agronomic recommendations, each farm is committed to implementing a combination of practices to increase the carbon content of their soils. These practices may include little or no tillage; cover crops; planting “green” cash crops in living cover crops; more robust crop rotations; precision farming practices; and a transition to natural fertilizers.

Participating farms are located in North Carolina, Iowa and Arkansas and grow a variety of crops including broccoli, corn, cotton, peanuts, potatoes, rice, soybeans, sweet potatoes, tobacco, watermelons and wheat.

Rabo AgriFinance, a subsidiary of Rabobank, is facilitating the pilot program.

State agriculture departments vote on USDA’s $ 500 million plan to expand meat processing

The National Association of State Agriculture Departments submitted comments on USDA’s $ 500 million investment in expanding meat processing capacity, suggesting the department work with governments States to increase technical support to processors.

The organization – representing agriculture departments in all 50 states, 27 of which have their own meat and poultry inspection programs for small or very small establishments – wants the USDA to use the $ 500 million. dollars to devote more funds to offsetting employment costs, investing in workforce training programs and providing apprenticeship programs for small processing plants.

Additionally, NASDA’s public comments called on the USDA to look to “flexible funding structures” for Alaska, Hawaii and the four US territories outside the continent. The organization noted that the specialty crop and red meat industries in those states have not “received the same level of support and have been severely affected by the COVID-19 market and transportation disruptions.”

Florida again claims farm losses over Mexico

Florida has again released analysis showing that cheap Mexican fruits and vegetables continue to unfairly deprive American farmers of market share.

“Our Florida farmers are used to dealing with challenges – from hurricanes to invasive species – and they are used to competition,” said Nikki, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture. Fried said in a statement Monday.But they need quick and effective relief from the federal government to level the playing field, because at the moment we know that Mexico and others are not fighting fairly. “

Farmers in Florida and other states were stung in February when the International Trade Commission ruled that imported blueberries were not a “cause of substantial harm” to American growers.

Questions? Tips? Contact Bill Tomson at bill@agri-pulse.com

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Florida Law School Cannot Restore Aid Eligibility While Sue DOE https://arizonaheli.com/florida-law-school-cannot-restore-aid-eligibility-while-sue-doe/ https://arizonaheli.com/florida-law-school-cannot-restore-aid-eligibility-while-sue-doe/#respond Tue, 10 Aug 2021 20:45:00 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/florida-law-school-cannot-restore-aid-eligibility-while-sue-doe/ Law360 (Aug 10, 2021, 4:45 p.m. EDT) – A Florida federal judge rejected the Florida Coastal School of Law’s offer for a preliminary injunction to restore its Title IV eligibility, which could effectively shut down school before the end of his lawsuit against the US Department of Education and its secretary. U.S. District Judge Marcia […]]]>
Law360 (Aug 10, 2021, 4:45 p.m. EDT) – A Florida federal judge rejected the Florida Coastal School of Law’s offer for a preliminary injunction to restore its Title IV eligibility, which could effectively shut down school before the end of his lawsuit against the US Department of Education and its secretary.

U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard said in her denial on Monday that the school had failed to prove the department had acted improperly by canceling its participation in Title IV programs and setting the terms of a new deal program participation, or PPA.

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Nyjah Huston’s long, bizarre skateboarding trip to the Olympics https://arizonaheli.com/nyjah-hustons-long-bizarre-skateboarding-trip-to-the-olympics/ https://arizonaheli.com/nyjah-hustons-long-bizarre-skateboarding-trip-to-the-olympics/#respond Fri, 23 Jul 2021 09:00:38 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/nyjah-hustons-long-bizarre-skateboarding-trip-to-the-olympics/ “If he can get through his teenage years, I think he’s the future of street and park skateboarding,” said Dan Bostick, president of World Cup Skateboarding at the time. In the same article, Adeyemi Huston admitted that the attention was overwhelming. He has managed all aspects of Nyjah’s career – management, coaching, travel, filming. From […]]]>

“If he can get through his teenage years, I think he’s the future of street and park skateboarding,” said Dan Bostick, president of World Cup Skateboarding at the time.

In the same article, Adeyemi Huston admitted that the attention was overwhelming. He has managed all aspects of Nyjah’s career – management, coaching, travel, filming. From 2006 to 2008, aged 11 to 13, Nyjah earned an average of $ 310,000 a year in sponsorships and contest earnings, according to court documents.

“We are learning,” Adeyemi Huston said. “We have established principles to keep the hype and the distraction out of his sight.”

To really keep it hidden, he moved the family to Puerto Rico. They found an isolated mountain farm. It was a life of tropical fruits and farm animals, reggae music and marijuana, dirt bikes and board games. Water and electricity came and went.

“The younger two liked it,” Kelle Huston said. “But the older ones were miserable, and Nyjah, in the middle, was too, because there was nowhere to escape. Here it is in 21 acres of land. Adeyemi said to me, ‘Oh, don’t worry, Ny, I’ll build you a training facility here.’ “

The illusion fractured, along with the family, under the competing tensions of social isolation and Nyjah’s growing fame. Relations with skateboarding have withered. Appearances and contests were missed. The sponsors became frustrated. Nyjah’s income in the first full year in Puerto Rico was half of what it was the year before.

Two years after the start of the Puerto Rico experiment, Kelle Huston devised an escape plan. She took the other children to visit California while Adeyemi and Nyjah, then 13, traveled overseas. She had no intention of going back.

“I had to leave Nyjah behind because that was the only safe route for me to get out,” she said. “Nyjah got out of the van to say goodbye to his siblings and me. Nyjah and I looked at each other and we both cried in silence. They had. He knew what I was doing.

Isha, then 9, struggled to return to Puerto Rico to visit her father. Her mother gave in and Isha stayed. She and Nyjah lived with Adeyemi in Puerto Rico for about a year.

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Homie Cash ™ Allows Buyers to Make Cash Offers on Homes https://arizonaheli.com/homie-cash-allows-buyers-to-make-cash-offers-on-homes/ https://arizonaheli.com/homie-cash-allows-buyers-to-make-cash-offers-on-homes/#respond Tue, 13 Jul 2021 10:00:00 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/homie-cash-allows-buyers-to-make-cash-offers-on-homes/ The new program improves your cash offer, giving you the edge you need to land a home in the highly competitive market. SALT LAKE CITY, July 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the housing market continues to set records with low inventory and increased competition among buyers, cash is king. Today Homie Loans announced Homie […]]]>


The new program improves your cash offer, giving you the edge you need to land a home in the highly competitive market.

SALT LAKE CITY, July 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – As the housing market continues to set records with low inventory and increased competition among buyers, cash is king. Today Homie Loans announced Homie Cash ™, a new program that allows buyers to make cash offers to dramatically increase their chances of winning the perfect home.

Cash offers are 3 times more likely to win in a competitive bidding war, making them one of the most effective strategies for improving a buyer’s chances of their bid being accepted.

“I’ve seen too many of our clients, from first-time homebuyers to empty nesters, lose the home they really want to investors or cash buyers. We saw the need, so we launched Homie Cash ™ to give shoppers a head start on the competition, ”said Johnny Hanna, Co-Founder and CEO.“ By turning your offer into a cash offer, Homie Cash ™ offers you peace of mind knowing you can bid cash as soon as you find a home you really want. “

On average, five or more deals are made on every home in Utah and Colorado. In utah, the number of cash offers increased 58% from the previous year in June. Cash offers represented 17% of transactions, compared to 10% the previous year. In Colorado, cash offers (as a percentage of total transactions) have increased year over year in the Denver metro area, increasing from 11.5% of all transactions in June 2020 to 20.2% of all transactions in June 2021.

One of the first Homie Cash ™ buyers looked at over 20 homes and made three traditional offers well above asking price over the course of a month and found no success. Then they started using Homie Cash ™ and the first cash offer they made was accepted. They were still worried that their offer would be rejected, but making a cash offer gave them the competitive edge they needed to stand out among many offers and land the home they really wanted.

“Homie Cash ™ is leveling the playing field by allowing buyers who don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars in their bank accounts to become cash buyers and compete with each other,” Hanna said. “We are putting the power back into the hands of disadvantaged buyers in this extremely competitive market.

Participating in Homie Cash ™ is easy. Buyers complete a short application to qualify for the program. Once the application is submitted, Homie Loans will pre-approve buyers to ensure they are eligible for a compliant mortgage before sending out an offer on a property. Once approved, they work with their Homie real estate agent to make cash offers with Homie funds.

Quick facts about Homie Cash ™:

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Homie Cash ™ is currently available in Utah and Colorado, with plans to roll it out to other states in the near future. For more information on Homie Cash ™, visit homie.com/cash.

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Homie uses modern technology, combined with the expertise of dedicated local agents to save thousands of customers. To date, Homie has already saved consumers nearly $ 100 million in real estate commissions and has helped clients buy and sell more than $ 3 billion in homes. The Homie family of companies is a one-stop-shop, saving customers time, energy and money. Homie has brought together real estate, mortgage, securities, insurance and market services under one roof to make life easier for its clients.

In 2020, Homie was named 25th in Deloitte’s North America Technology Fast 500, an annual ranking of the fastest growing companies. With a presence in Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Colorado and Utah, the company plans to expand this year. Homie Real Estate and Homie Loans are affiliated businesses in that they are both owned by the same person. To learn more, visit www.homie.com/cash. Homie Loans NMLS # 1016597.

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Securities Lending Laws By Different States – Film Daily https://arizonaheli.com/securities-lending-laws-by-different-states-film-daily/ https://arizonaheli.com/securities-lending-laws-by-different-states-film-daily/#respond Mon, 12 Jul 2021 14:37:32 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/securities-lending-laws-by-different-states-film-daily/ Over the past several decades, securities lending has become a popular type of financing in several states. This line of credit allows a borrower to obtain a loan against his vehicle title which serves as collateral. Instead of doing a credit check, lenders examine the value and condition of the vehicle before deciding on the […]]]>


Over the past several decades, securities lending has become a popular type of financing in several states. This line of credit allows a borrower to obtain a loan against his vehicle title which serves as collateral. Instead of doing a credit check, lenders examine the value and condition of the vehicle before deciding on the loan amount. To safeguard its interests, the lender places a lien on the title of the car. In the event of reimbursement on time, the creditor returns the title of the car to its original owner. However, default on payment grants the lender a right of repossession which allows them to repay outstanding debts on the proceeds from the sale of the vehicle. But each state has its own rules and regulations governing securities lending laws. For example, the laws of the states of Alabama and Georgia allow lenders to keep the excess sale proceeds in addition to paying off the entire loan. While in other states, securities lending laws work differently. Some states categorically prohibit securities lending laws while others have moderate restrictions on securities lending. Thus, having prior knowledge of the governing state laws is imperative for borrowers as well as lenders. Find below a list of securities lending laws that will help you better understand the regulations in various states around the world.

States that strictly prohibit securities lending

If you live in any of the following states, beware. These states have banned securities lending in any form. But you have the option of contacting credit companies who can work out legal methods to help you acquire title loans. In some cases, lenders are willing to offer an annual percentage rate of less than 300% in this category. Alaska, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Maryland, North Carolina, Washington , West Virginia and many others have strict laws restricting securities lending.

On the other hand, the legal framework of Kansas, South Carolina, California and Louisiana allows lenders to offer securities loans through existing loopholes. South Carolina and California have separate regulations to prohibit securities lending. States prohibit the value of interest below a threshold limit for each type of loan. While in Kansas more restrictive laws are in practice that make securities lending illegal. However, lenders can avoid this regulation by properly restructuring securities lending. There are other ways to avail title loans in states like these. All you need is a legal expert who can guide you every step of the way.

States with easy access to securities lending

Several states have introduced laws that support securities lending in general. This means that states have not put in place any modest restrictions that encourage many lenders and borrowers to engage with each other. To name just a few states, Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia and Tennessee are the best states to qualify for title loans.

Statements with no limit on securities lending

The following states have laws which are beneficial for lenders because they have not set any limit on the maximum limit of loan value and interest rate. Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, and Wisconsin are states that fall into this category. To give a few examples: in Illinois, the interest rate can go up to 36% while the Texas securities lending laws regulate the term of the loan to a period of 180 days or 6 months. Utah title lending is flexible, making it an ideal state for title lending. Virginia laws prevent local lenders from granting auto loans to active, in-service members.

Whether you are a first-time borrower or have had an exceptional credit rating in the past, it is essential to understand the securities laws applicable to the state in which you live. You can consult a financial advisor to get a better idea of ​​what works and what doesn’t for you based on your financial needs.



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Bellerin has to leave Arsenal but who can afford it? https://arizonaheli.com/bellerin-has-to-leave-arsenal-but-who-can-afford-it/ https://arizonaheli.com/bellerin-has-to-leave-arsenal-but-who-can-afford-it/#respond Sat, 10 Jul 2021 19:10:51 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/bellerin-has-to-leave-arsenal-but-who-can-afford-it/ Spain right-back Hector Bellerin was a target to return to Barcelona for many years and has also been linked with PSG sacks of cash in recent transfer windows but they just bought Achraf Hakimi instead. It looks like Arsenal are now happy to let him go, there don’t seem to be any big clubs interested […]]]>


Spain right-back Hector Bellerin was a target to return to Barcelona for many years and has also been linked with PSG sacks of cash in recent transfer windows but they just bought Achraf Hakimi instead. It looks like Arsenal are now happy to let him go, there don’t seem to be any big clubs interested anymore!

The Spaniard has been with us for ten years now and until a few years ago he was considered a world class winger but injuries slowed him down and he has only made 25 league starts during the last two seasons. Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit definitely thinks it’s time for Hector to leave. “It’s time for Hector Bellerin to leave Arsenal,” he told Paddy Power (as reported in the mirror).

“His stay there was very complicated because of the injuries. I can’t remember the last time he played an entire season without injury, that was the main problem for him.

“He needs to improve his skills. When you play at a high level, you have to play every three days. That’s not the case with him, and I haven’t seen any improvement in terms of the game. ”

But who’s going to get rid of him, considering the transfer fees we’ve come to expect and the big pay he gets from the Gunners. There was talk of Real Betis bringing him back to Spain, but I really don’t think they could afford it even if they wanted to. Most of the rumors were about Italian champions Inter Milan, but they themselves also suffer from financial difficulties and are only interested in a one-year loan. Their Chinese owners are losing money hand in hand and recently saw their stocks frozen due to a mountain of debt.

Arsenal is in desperate need of funds to pay for their own goals, and with none of our sales or loans bringing in much capital, it looks like Arsenal may have to hold onto Bellerin unless we get a big cash offer, but if it is only used as a backup, its value will drop even more I imagine.

Have we waited a year too long to unload Bellerin?



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Milan Market Update – four closed deals, five exits, five loan returns and six goals https://arizonaheli.com/milan-market-update-four-closed-deals-five-exits-five-loan-returns-and-six-goals/ https://arizonaheli.com/milan-market-update-four-closed-deals-five-exits-five-loan-returns-and-six-goals/#respond Fri, 09 Jul 2021 16:51:22 +0000 https://arizonaheli.com/milan-market-update-four-closed-deals-five-exits-five-loan-returns-and-six-goals/ The AC Milan transfer window wheels are firmly on the move with a number of signings already sealed but there is still a lot to work on. Milan News writes how Milan have already closed the permanent signings of Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali while Davide Calabria signed his renewal earlier today and […]]]>


The AC Milan transfer window wheels are firmly on the move with a number of signings already sealed but there is still a lot to work on.

Milan News writes how Milan have already closed the permanent signings of Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali while Davide Calabria signed his renewal earlier today and the arrival of Olivier Giroud from Chelsea and Brahim Diaz from Real Madrid is expected be sealed next week.

Departures: Brothers Gianluigi and Antonio Donnarumma, Hakan Calhanoglu, Soualiho Meité and Mario Mandzukic all left Milan either when their contracts expired or because their loans were exhausted.

Goals: In terms of signings, Milan want a right-back and a left-back to allow starters Davide Calabria and Theo Hernandez to catch their breath more. a central midfielder who can alternate with Franck Kessie.

Additionally, Maldini and Massara are working on an attacking midfielder to replace Calhanoglu, a right winger to rival Alexis Saelemaekers and a young striker to grow up under. Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Returnees: Several players will return from their loan periods, including Andrea Conti, Mattia Caldara, Alessandro Plizzari, Tommaso Pobega and Lorenzo Colombo. For each of them the chances of staying are minimal because they could serve as counterparties, coins to make capital gains or be loaned again.

Below you will find a summary of the operations that Milan has carried out so far or that they are currently working on …

Signed: Maignan, Tomori, Tonali, Calabre.

Almost official: Giroud, Brahim Diaz.

Positions to be reinforced: right back, left back, midfielder, attacking midfielder, right winger and young striker.

Departures: G. Donnarumma, A. Donnarumma, Calhanoglu, Meité, Mandzukic.

Return on loans: Conti, Caldara, Plizzari, Pobega, Colombo.



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