Dubois County Court News – November 28, 2022

Seatbelt Violation: Kameron S. Korvela; Julia A. Thomas; Ian D. Allen, $25. Speeding: Damian Regalado-Sandoval; McKenzi A. Brackett; Karen S. Eigel; Cameron N. Dorsey; Calvin S. Gessner, $141; Tracy R. Prechtel; Jonathan L. Frizzell; Shana L. Parker, found guilty, sentenced to pay $141. Operating With Expired Plates: Jayme R. Fest;...
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Barren Co. Property Transfers — Week of Nov. 21, 2022

GLASGOW — The following property transfers were recorded at the Barren County Clerk’s Office from Nov. 21 to Nov. 23, 2022. Tax information is not reported when money is not exchanged. Such instances include foreclosures, master commissioner deeds, divorce settlements and transfers made within a family. Nov. 21,...

Bankruptcy Lawyer: Do You Need One And What To Expect

Filing for bankruptcy can feel stressful, but the process can reset your finances and allow you to create a more stable fiscal foundation for the future. However, bankruptcy should be a last resort solution, as it will not only cause considerable damage to your credit score, it will also remain on record for 7 or 10 years, depending on the type.

State to pause accepting new applications for Oregon Homeowner Assistance Fund Program

Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) will pause accepting new applications for the Oregon Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) Program at 11 a.m. on Nov. 30. This pause will allow OHCS to process current applications in its pipeline, allow for minor system maintenance, and better project the amount of federal HAF funds remaining for homeowners. "Since making the first HAF program payment in January 2022, the program has served the most at-risk homeowners, keeping families in their homes," said Ryan Vanden Brink, assistant director of Homeowner...
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Michael Jessen Sued by Ex-Wife's Ex-Husband Over Alleged Dog Bite

This has been a rough couple of years for a generally well-liked 90 Day Fiance alum. Michael Jessen found himself back in court over the foreclosure of his home. His house, like his marriage, became another victim of the pandemic. But not every alleged victim in his life has a...

Help for homeowners as foreclosure rate seeing 'small but steady increase'

PORTLAND, Ore. — With a potential recession looming, homeowners are feeling the pinch. The foreclosure numbers aren't what we saw back in 2008 or even pre-pandemic, but they are increasing. "We're seeing an increase in foreclosure,” Kim Freeman, the assistant director of the home ownership program with Oregon Housing...

Tracking the Progress of Foreclosure Protections

The purpose of the HAF was to prevent mortgage delinquencies and defaults, foreclosures, loss of utilities or home energy services, and displacement of homeowners experiencing financial hardship after January 21, 2020. Funds from the HAF were earmarked to be used for assistance with mortgage payments, homeowner’s insurance, utility payments, and other specified purposes. The law prioritizes funds for homeowners who have experienced the greatest hardships, leveraging local and national income indicators to maximize the impact.

U.S. Mortgage Delinquencies Remain Near Historic Low in September

For the month of September, 2.8% of all mortgages in the U.S. (approximately 1.4 million loans) were in some stage of delinquency, representing a 1.1 percentage point decrease compared to 3.9% last year, according to a new report from CoreLogic. According to CoreLogic’s monthly Loan Performance Insights Report, in September...

How a Looming Recession Impacts CRE Deals

Transactions across all commercial real estate sectors are down in the second half of the year as investors grapple with higher costs of debt and increasing uncertainty. But opportunities arise. Commercial real estate investors and economists are expecting more interest rate hikes as the Federal Reserve continues to try and...

Wayne J. Strickland

Wayne Joseph Strickland of Kitty Hawk, NC passed away on Monday, November 21, 2022, after a very tough year of fighting cancer. Wayne was born in Maryland on August 14, 1956 to Joseph and Ruth Strickland. He grew up in District Heights, MD, and graduated in 1974 from Bishop McNamara High School. It was during his high school years when he met Laura Lukasewicz, his lifelong partner. They married in October of 1980 and lived for 13 years in Prince Frederick, MD. Their love of the ocean took them on many vacations in the Outer Banks. Wayne knew this was where he wanted to spend his life. So, in 1993, three years after the birth of their daughter, Erin Strickland, the family moved to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is Kitty Hawk that Wayne referred to as his home!

Foreclosure auction for 444 South Flower Street delayed

A foreclosure auction for Coretrust’s 444 South Flower tower in Downtown L.A. has been delayed, The Real Deal has learned. Oaktree Capital, a mezzanine lender on the property, in September pursued a UCC foreclosure auction for equity interests in the tower, with an auction set for Nov. 18. The...

What happens to nightly rentals as real estate market turns

We are in a new paradigm for real estate. With talks of a recession getting louder, what does this mean for real estate. In 2008/9 real estate was radically different than today. Companies like VRBO and Airbnb were not even around. How will the next recession be different for real estate? How will nightly rental properties perform? What will happen if a recession comes to fruition?