Only hours after Deutsche Bank canceled its plans to expand its presence in North Carolina — and following a similar decision last week by PayPal — the state’s governor has signed an executive order that softens some aspects of a controversial bill that restricts cities’ ability to protect the rights of people based on sexual preference or gender identification. [More]
Though New York City real estate remains at a relative premium, a new report says that banks have ignored the upkeep of thousands of seized foreclosure properties, allowing them to fall into horrid levels of disrepair.
Deutsche Bank tried to foreclose on 14 properties in Ohio, but the federal court judge determined that the bank couldn’t sufficiently prove that it actually owned the mortgage notes, and dismissed the case. [IamFacingForeclosure]