Countrywide denies bankruptcy speculation … and more

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Nov.November 26, 2007 09:35 AM
  1. 1. Countrywide Financial, the nation’s largest home mortgage company, denies speculation that it will file for bankruptcy more [Bloomberg]
  2. 2. When landlords default, tenants face eviction more [WSJ]
  3. 3. Insurers transfer costs to homeowners more [NYT]
  4. 4. Questions arise over contractor that will pour WTC foundations more [NYDN]
  5. 5. Tyler Hospitality’s planned Holiday Inn in Downtown Brooklyn is part of a wave of new development on Schermerhorn Street more [Brooklyn Paper]
  6. 6. Mortgage-related losses could hit $300 billion more [NYT]
  7. 7. Greenpoint homeowners skeptical about Exxon’s promise to speed up oil spill clean-up more [Brooklyn Paper]
  8. 8. Developer Charles Kushner’s controversial drive to close off pubic access to the beachfront at his Jersey shore home more [NYT]
  9. 9. Banks to seek support for credit market rescue fund more [WSJ]
  10. 10. Brooklyn awaits identity of food retailer coming to Court and State streets more [Brooklyn Paper]
  11. 11. Housing downturn decreases costs of building materials, renovation more [WSJ]
  12. 12. Brownstoner blog chief plans Fort Greene flea market more [Brooklyn Paper]
  13. 13. Even after Freddie Mac’s $2 billion loss, more bad news expected more [WSJ]
  14. 14. Plans debated for Pier 40 on the West Side more [Chelsea Now]
  15. 15. Only 13 Dutch farmhouses remain in Brooklyn down from 70 in 1950 more [Brooklyn Eagle]
  16. 16. Hempstead, Long Island, draws a variety of homebuyers more [Newsday]
  17. 17. The U.N. attempts to get its buildings up to code more [NYT]

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