A record 5.4 million homeowners were either overdue on payments or in foreclosure at the end of last year.
Contrary to Mortgage Brokers Association reports of a spike in homeowner refinance applications, president and branch manager of H & R Mortgage, Inc. in Falls Church, Agnes Ginoba, said business is so bad that she’s only at her office once every two weeks – a small space she’s since had […]
As the economy continues to repair itself, many homeowners may find the do-it-yourself spirit striking them.
Standing in line at the grocery store, glossy magazine covers of country kitchens and Mediterranean-style corridors stare many shoppers in the face just before they reach for coupons to take the edge off their tab.
As with all trends today, the Internet has proved an invaluable asset to the eco-friendly boom of green housing in the United States.
Foreclosure issues continue to dominate the economic forecasts for our region and our nation. The Washington region, which came to the foreclosure market more slowly than other regions, suddenly is a “hot spot” for analysts. A recent survey of bank executives about key issues revealed that a declining economy, faltering […]
FALLS CHURCH, VA. – The Falls Church City Police Department is searching for a burglary suspect, wanted for breaking into a residence in the 700-block of Berry Street. The incident occurred on Monday, June 30 at approximately 12:35 a.m.
The housing and credit crisis has left no community untouched. Odds are someone in your neighborhood has already fallen behind on their mortgage payments. For those whose mortgages have not stretched their budgets past the point of breaking, it’s tempting to rest in the belief that your neighbor’s struggles are […]
Dr. Stephen Fuller’s prognostications reported on Page 1 of this edition seem reasonable, including favorable prospects for the City of Falls Church about right-sized and right-located condos. But they came notwithstanding the caveats he always includes in such presentations.
The Falls Church City Council, under fire from homeowners for considering a measure to halt development on small, so-called “sub-standard,” residential lots in the City, moved swiftly to defer action on the item at its meeting this Monday night.