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Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago State Senate Kills Foreclosure Notification Bill Tagged with: Foreclosure Law New Hampshire Sales Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Government, News About Author: Seth Welborn Home / Daily Dose / State Senate Kills Foreclosure Notification Bill Foreclosure Law New Hampshire Sales 2019-04-30 Seth Welborn Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago April 30, 2019 1,299 Views The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: Taking Legislative Action Against Foreclosure Challenges Next: New Leader Announced for ALTA Print This Post New Hampshire House Bill 309, a bill intended to give homeowners more warning when facing foreclosure, was ended by voice vote in the New Hampshire, killing the bill, citing objections from banks and credit unions.Concord Monitor reports that the Bill would have required a sheriff to hand-deliver a notice of sale to a delinquent homeowner, noting that under the present law, that notice must only be mailed to the homeowner. Additionally, the bill would require that the notice itself explicit about the recourse a homeowner has to fight the non-judicial foreclosure procedure if he or she believes it was illegally issued.“The committee found that there was a large amount of opposition to the bill form various stakeholders and the financial community,” said Senator Harold French.Opposition to the bill, including banks, credit unions and municipalities, argued that the bill would have slowed the foreclosure process significantly and tie up the court decision. Opponents of the bill also argued that procedures developed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have already created guidelines for banks to follow during foreclosures, though advocates have said they are poorly enforced.Senator Dan Feltes expressed his disappointment in the final decision.“Establishing a process and going through it in some cases will expedite the (legal) process, rather than putting the onus on homeowners to go to court to stop a potentially unlawful foreclosure and instead going through a process right away … is what most the states do,” he said.Those in support of the bill, including Feltes as well as New Hampshire Legal Assistance, a provider of legal resources for low-income homeowners, state that notices can be lost or ignored when sent in the mail, and HB 309 offers a safer and more direct way of communicating with homeowners facing foreclosure. Advocates note that many homeowners, though they know they may be behind on payments, may not be aware of how behind they are. Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Share Save Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe
This home boasts an array of amenities including a pool, tiki bar and large entertainment system at 6 E. Aberdeen Road in Ocean City. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti) By Maddy VitaleAnyone who purchases the new home at 6 E. Aberdeen Road in the Gardens section of Ocean City will never be lonely.Guests will be treated to a gaming theater, tiki bar and pool, a Japanese steakhouse-style griddle and a lot more in this Tommy Bahama-inspired coastal retreat.“Garden’s Grand Seashore Estate,” as it is called, is being offered at $2.6 million and boasts 3,200 square feet of living and entertaining space in this five/six bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home.Designers John Giovanni Caccuitti and his daughter, Kellie Caccuitti Meier, spent more than a year creating a showpiece.There are even some surprises nestled in this spacious estate, including a secret passage to a bedroom by way of a wine door.This Tommy Bahama-themed home by award-winning designer John Giovanni Caccuitti is a dream vacation estate and one-of-a-kind showpiece three houses from the beach.“We try to think of what they would want to enjoy on vacation or in a home. We put conversation pieces in,” Caccuitti said while standing in the room behind the wine door.One of Caccuitti’s favorite features is the commercial kitchen. The professional griddle allows chefs to cook breakfast for a crowd.The professional griddle gives people a bird’s eye view of their meals being prepared. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti)“The kitchen island gives people a place to gather around and talk as they watch their meals being prepared,” he noted.When it comes to entertainment, all guests have to do is head outside to the swim-up tiki bar and have a seat, view their favorite games on the two televisions or just watch the waterfall. At night, the LED lighting showcases what feels more like an island getaway than a home in a residential neighborhood.Caccuitti and his designer daughter, Kellie Caccuitti Meier, meld their male and female tastes to create the perfect décor, amenities and entertainment systems that make this year-round home or vacation retreat an inviting setting for entertaining family and friends.“We are really great partners,” Meier said of her and her dad. “He does most of the architecture-based things and is more concerned with the electronics, whereas I am more concerned with where the furniture goes and the female touches.”The tiki bar and heated pool give the coastal home a getaway feel. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti)And when it comes to perfection in homebuilding and designing, nothing the father-daughter duo does is hurried.“It really takes us a year and a half to complete a home because it has to be just right. If we don’t like something, we change it,” Meier pointed out.The gaming theater on the top floor features a drop-down HD theater screen, HD projector and surround sound. Caccuitti and Meier describe it as heaven for kids to play life-size video games.It is just one more way they said they created a home with all generations in mind.The home features large drop-down theater screens. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti)For the grandparents who may want to stay inside and relax, while the party is out at the pool, the great room offers a perfect view of the scene outside, Meier said.Donna Ang, the realtor for the property and an agent with Fox Real Estate in Ocean City, called the home spectacular and added that the special amenities make the property so special.“All of John and Kellie’s properties are built with the family and extended family in mind,” Ang said. “There is space for everyone and really cool features and surprises throughout.”The wooden slats in each doorway are made with the finest craftsmanship. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti)The shore décor throughout includes driftwood color stained slats on the master bedroom doorways to complete the Tommy Bahama theme, creating the ultimate island beach estate look.Other touches that add to the coastal design are lighted etched glass artworks of iconic Ocean City scenes in all of the bathroom showers by artist Farrah Morgan.Caccuitti said there are built-in HD televisions, including two Alexa-controlled smart home computer/TVs, incorporated into the kitchen cabinets. There are also televisions in the bathroom mirrors and a home theater system in the great room.“We wanted to carry through the house the whole theater experience,” Caccuitti explained.The bathrooms feature etched glass artwork on the shower doors depicting iconic Ocean City scenes. (Photo courtesy John Giovanni Caccuitti)Bob and Marykay Lojewski purchased a home in the Gardens section built by Caccuitti and Meier last year.“Kellie and John don’t just construct a house, they build a destination where family and friends can relax, enjoying each other’s company,” the Lojewskis said. “Simply put, they put the wow factor into shore living.”For a private showing contact Donna Ang, Fox Real Estate, at 609-703-8970 or email [email protected] Real Estate Realtor Donna Ang is handling the property.The home has curb appeal.
Sprint Series of Texas Champion Jeff Day. (Photo by Karen Davis)GREENVILLE, Texas – After following the tour for the first time, veteran Jeff Day added the Sprint Series of Texas championship plaque to his collection of IMCA awards.Day won three of the 11 IMCA EMI RaceSaver events, finished in the top five in five more and – best of all – got to spend the summer racing with his son Michael, the SST runner-up.“We were competing against each other all season, and the races weren’t just between us, but a lot of times we were swapping slide jobs for the lead,” said the senior Day. “We both had a lot of fun on the series this year.”From Greenville, Texas, Day started racing a Sprint Car in 1996 and was champion at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s two years later. This season, he traveled with and pitted next to three-time national champion Johnny Miller, who was successful in his pursuit of the Elite Non-Wing Series title.“I thought we had a real shot at winning the series, but about half the field had a shot at it, too,” said Day, who won at Boothill Speedway and at Heart O’ Texas Speedway’s Johnny Suggs Classic before wrapping up the title with the checkers at Superbowl Speedway. “We had some lucky breaks but we earned it, too.”“One of the biggest highlights of the year had to be the win at Greenville,” he added. “It’s our hometown track and where I started racing street stocks in 1991.”Starts: 11Wins: 3Additional Top Fives: 5 HIS CREW: Wife Nancy, sons Michael and Jeff, Jimmy Hampton, James Freeman and Cliff Hukill.HIS SPONSORS: Rafter P Construction and Pop’s Dirtwork, both of Greenville.
MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNTrout is considered day-to-day, with the Angels noting he “will continue to be evaluated to determine his readiness to play.” Reading between the lines, it doesn’t make sense for Trout to travel to Texas for the three-game series if he’s not expected to play. The team returns home Thursday for an eight-game homestand. The slugger is off to a great start, with five home runs and a 1.529 OPS in 49 plate appearances. Angels star Mike Trout, who hasn’t played since leaving a game Tuesday with a strained groin, is showing signs of improvement.The team reported Sunday that an ultrasound earlier in the day showed improvement, and Trout also reports continued improvement. Although Trout did not travel with the team to Chicago for its series with the Cubs this weekend, he will travel with the club to Texas for the start of a three-game series Monday.