Antigua Regulator Fired Over Stanford

Posted On June 24, 2009
By now, we are all too-well versed in the Ponzi scheme, made famous by Texas financier, R. Allen Stanford. In a recent, related event, the top Banking regulator in Antigua & Barbuda was fired days after being charged in connection to the $7 billion aforementioned Ponzi scheme. In an article from the Wall Street Journal, […]... Read more

Meet the Nouveaux Neighbors, Canadians now the largest buyers of U.S. Homes

Posted On September 8, 2008
From the Wall Street Journal: “Boosted by a stronger currency and rising house values at home, Canadians are now the biggest foreign buyers of U.S. homes. Most head for the Sunbelt, with Florida accounting for a third of all of their purchases. Canadians made up the largest proportion of foreign buyers from May 2007-May 2008 […]... Read more

Despite the Weak Dollar, Foreign Buyers aren’t Rushing In

Posted On August 12, 2008
An interesting article from the Wall Street Journal 8/12/08: American sellers are desperate to sell their homes to foreigners, who these days are more likely to have ready cash than their countrymen. And with falling home prices and a weak dollar, a place in the United States is more affordable for a wider variety of […]... Read more

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