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    Thursday, August 13, 2015   /   by Genesis Rosa

    *~*~Laurel Back 2 School Jam*~*~

    MUSIC!       ENTERTAINMENT!          GAMES!           MORE!

    The BACK 2 SCHOOL Jam is a fundraising event providing Laurel students in need of necessary school supplies to give them a head start for the school year. If you have school supplies to donate or your child may need supplies to jump start the school year. In the heart of Laurel at Granville Gude Park stage, entertainment, vendors and Laurel come together for an afternoon of music, community fun... all to prepare our youth for a successful upcoming school.

    Help Laurel students be successful!!

    This annual event takes place on Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Granville Gude Park in beautiful Laurel.

      If you are interested in being a sponsor or volunteer, please email Matthew Coates  at info@laurelboardoftrade.net or call at 301-483-0838.







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    Thursday, January 08, 2015   /   by Carlos Lancaster

    FHA slashing annual insurance premiums

     
    Interesting move by FHA.  This will save new homebuyers on their monthly payments or allow them to purchase a little more house. Read article below.
    http://www.inman.com/2015/01/07/fha-slashing-annual-mortgage-insurance-premiums-by-900-a-year/#.VK6yUednw30.email
    Urban Institute to FHA: Stop Overcharging

    DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 07, 2015


    In a recent blog post, Urban Institute officials argue that the Federal Housing Administration’s high home mortgage insurance premiums are unnecessarily sidelining potential home buyers and forcing new buyers to pay for past buyers’ mistakes.

    Aftermath of the FHA's Rising Costs
    FHA Turns Profit, NAR Urges Loan Changes
    FHA's Insurance Premiums Sidelining Buyers
    More Groups Urge FHA to Lower Premiums 

    Since 2010, the FHA has raised its annual premium 145 percent, which means a borrower with a $200,000 loan must be able to pay $1,600 more per year in fees. As the FHA has raised i ...

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