Northeast Ohio counties face foreclosure risk, but others top the list

Remember the international coverage of Cleveland as a hotbed for eviction and foreclosure cases during the housing collapse and Great Recession? Maybe that won’t be the case in this recession.

A report on vulnerability to foreclosures prepared by Attom Data Solutions, a housing data provider based in Irvine, Calif., shows Northeast Ohio counties are trending lower than other parts of the nation so far this time around. The Midwest is faring better than the Northeast U.S., according to Attom. The data services provider said housing costs rising faster in pricier markets put them at more risk for foreclosures than flyover country.

The index takes into account unemployment linked to COVID-19, home equity, percentage of income to buy a home, prices, current foreclosure cases, housing debt and other factors. The lower a county’s ranking on the list, the greater risk the area has for foreclosures. Surprisingly, just three Northeast Ohio counties

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Which nursing homes had the most coronavirus deaths? N.J. will no longer tell you. Here’s the list.

Nothing captured the despair of the coronavirus outbreak in New Jersey like the Easter Sunday discovery of a makeshift morgue crammed with 17 bodies at one of the state’s largest nursing homes.

The virus rampaged through Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation Center last spring, killing 82 residents and two employees, one of the highest nursing home death tolls in the state.

Yet, the state Health Department’s “data dashboard,” the webpage that chronicles the pandemic’s ongoing toll in the Garden State, on Thursday listed no deaths at the Sussex County facility and just three COVID-19 cases.

In mid-July, state health officials made a decision to take down the total number of deaths at each nursing home, and instead started reporting only deaths and cases as they occurred during an active outbreak.

The only nursing homes, assisted living facilities and other long-term care facilities now listed on the dashboard are the 155 that

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Local General Contractors | Angie’s List

1. How much do contractors typically charge?

Answer: The average cost to hire a contractor is between $45 – $85 dollars per hour, while some may be more expensive, there will typically not be any cheaper options that would be qualified and licensed to do the contracting work.

2. How much are typical contractor project costs?

Answer: The average cost for a construction, redmodeling, or contractor project is between $4,000 – $18,000 dollars.  However, each project is different and costs can range from $1500 to change a small room, compared to millions of dollars for a whole home remodel or construction.

3. Should contractors be certified or licensed?

Answer: Yes.  Each state has their own requirements for licensing and certifications for contractors.  Be sure to check our state licensing tool to review the local contractor guidelines.

4. What questions should I ask a contractor?

Answer:

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How to List a House for Sale by Owner | Home Guides

Listing a home “For Sale by Owner” is an option many sellers choose to save money on the transaction. Without working with a real estate broker, the seller doesn’t have to pay broker fees on his end. Using different resources to list the home for sale by owner is the best way to quickly find a buyer.

Obtain the market value of the home. This will help you determine the best price to sell your property. Visit online real estate sites such as Zillow or Trulia to find out the recent sale prices of comparable homes sold in your neighborhood. You can also hire a real estate appraiser to get a value for your home.

Place a “For Sale by Owner” sign in front of your home with your contact information. Many hardware and home improvement stores sell attractive “For Sale by Owner” signs.

Use sale-by-owner Internet services to list

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HUD-Multifamily Housing – List of Properties for Sale

 

Weekly Listing of Multifamily Properties, Asset and Healthcare Loans for Sale

Visit each Wednesday for the Weekly Listing

The properties listed as FHA Property Sales below are offered “all-cash”, “as-is”, no financing or mortgage insurance provided. Properties with a “” are newly listed.

FHA Foreclosure and HUD-owned Property Sales
Property Information and Contact Units/ Bedrooms Minimum Price Sale Date
Project Independence Karen Davis-Rabb (817) 978-5765 11 Units Unstated October 13, 2020

Download the Invitation to Bid (bid kit) for the above-advertised properties! If you have a problem viewing or printing the bid kit, email the problem for assistance. If you have any questions after reading the information that you receive, contact the Realty Specialist assigned to the property.

 

Watch for the next Note sale announcement.

 

Assets Securing the Multifamily Note Sales
Property Asset Information and Contact   Units
There are no assets available at this time.    

 

Assets Securing the
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