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  • The Mortgage Professor: Mortgage referral fees: When builders insist you use their lender

    The first two articles in this series on referral fees dealt with situations where mortgage lenders were the referrers and collected the fees from title insurance companies, appraisal management companies, mortgage insurance companies andothers. The...
  • $45,000 a week? U.S. Open neighbors hope so

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. The big square hot tub on the deck is nice. So is the tall gas fireplace in the high-ceiling living room, the fire pit in the yard and the view, between trees, of Puget Sound. But it's the golf course across the street Chambers...
  • Suffolk man sentenced for pocketing insurance premiums

    A former insurance agent has been sentenced to two years in prison for pocketing a policyholder's premiums. Joseph E. Barnes of Suffolk pleaded guilty this week in Portsmouth Circuit Court to obtaining money by false pretense. Virginia State Police...
  • Gambling bill faltering down the stretch

    Gambling bill faltering down the stretch
    If you're a betting man, double-down on the Florida Legislature doing next to nothing this year about the pent-up gambling challenges facing our state. If ever there were a time to act, this is the year, given that half of the two-prong compact with...
  • Risoldis ordered to face trial in Bucks County insurance fraud case

    DOYLESTOWN — Claire Risoldi, a prominent fundraiser for Bucks County Republicans accused of conspiring with her family to steal $20 million from an insurer, Wednesday was ordered to face trial on more than a dozen charges, including being part of...
  • Colleges getting out of health insurance business

    The federal health care overhaul is leading some colleges and universities to get out of the health insurance business. Experts are divided on whether this change will be good or bad for students. Some call it an inevitable result of health care reform...
  • Boston area expects a flood of claims after record winter

    After the Big Dig-out, it's time for the Big Payout. Or will it be the Big Denial? New England's epic winter is on pace to produce a corresponding number of claims as thousands of homeowners seek to repair damage. Successive storms dumped 110 inches of...
  • Space institute among newly named tenants at Rotunda

    Space institute among newly named tenants at Rotunda
    New tenants coming to the redeveloped Rotunda shopping mall and apartment complex in Roland Park range from a pet store and a kebob restaurant to the Space Telescope Science Institute, which tells the famed Hubble telescope what to explore in outer space....
  • Home seller under no obligation to give buyer documents

    Home seller under no obligation to give buyer documents
    Q: I just settled on closing my house sale, and the cash buyer now wants the property survey I paid for about 20 years ago. Is this a reasonable request? Also, the buyer wanted the blueprints of the remodeling I did 25 years ago, ostensibly so she can...
  • Aetna changes plan amid HIV drug complaint

    Aetna has agreed to change its prescription drug policy to ensure that Florida consumers with HIV and AIDS can access their medications at lower costs. Friday's announcement followed complaints last year alleging that Aetna and three other insurance...
  • Senate to take up historic Medicare bill after recess

    Senate to take up historic Medicare bill after recess
    After a marathon session of voting on budget bill amendments, Senate leaders failed Friday to bring up a vote on a potentially historic compromise to fix Medicare’s system for paying doctors and to extend funding for a popular government health...
  • Put Florida's insurers to a Fed test

    What passes for the property insurance market in Florida rests on this premise: Newer, state-based companies successfully have replaced national insurers that dumped policies when times got tough. Have they? Barry Gilway thinks so. The Citizens...